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BP: Cass Lake man sentenced in 2017 shooting fatality

WALKER-A Cass Lake man was sentenced Friday to seven and a half years in prison for the shooting of a woman during a drug deal gone bad nearly a year before. During the emotionally charged court hearing, Brandon Roy, 25, pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter,...

 

Keith Wayne Lussier, Sr.

Keith Wayne Lussier, Sr. April 2, 1955 ~ November 1, 2018 (age 63) Keith Wayne Lussier, Sr., "Waa-Waash Binesi" which means "Swift Bird", age 63, of the Eagle Clan and Red Lake Minnesota began his journey to the spirit world on Thursday, November 1, 2018 from his home....

 

Girl Scouts, community mourn three Scouts and adult killed in hit and run

Lake Hallie, Wis. – A community and the Girl Scouts on Sunday mourned the loss of three girls and a parent who were struck and killed by a pickup truck that left the road while they picked up trash for a community service project along a rural Wisconsin highway. In front of Halmstad Elementary, teddy bears,...

 

Danielle Hunter leads Vikings' 24-9 sacking of Detroit

During Mike Zimmer’s first four years as the Vikings’ head coach, his teams had lost five of eight meetings against the Detroit Lions, falling by way of self-inflicted wounds, late-game lapses and, at times, just plain weirdness. On the three occasions the Vikings were able to break through the malaise and get the...

 

Dorothy Wilma (Oakgrove) Cobenais

Dorothy Wilma (Oakgrove) Cobenais April 30, 1945 ~ November 2, 2018 (age 73) Dorothy “Dot” Wilma Cobenais, “Azha waa shik” which means “Crossing Over”, age 73, of the Bear Clan and Redby, Minnesota began her journey to the spirit world on Friday, November...

 

Millennial men leave perplexing hole in hot U.S. job market

Nathan Butcher is 25 and, like many men his age, he isn’t working. Weary of long days earning minimum wage, he quit his job in a pizzeria in June. He wants new employment but won’t take a gig he will hate. So for now, the Pittsburgh native and father to young children is living with his mother and training to...

 

Migrant caravan in Mexico trudges through 'route of death'

ISLA, Mexico — Hundreds of Central American migrants from a 4,000-strong caravan winding its way through southern Mexico and toward the U.S. border splintered off on their own Saturday after broken promises of bus transportation. Patience appeared to be wearing thin among the exhausted trekkers after Veracruz Gov....

 

N. Korea threatens to resume nuke development over sanctions

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea has warned it could revive a state policy aimed at strengthening its nuclear arsenal if the United States does not lift economic sanctions against the country. The statement released by the Foreign Ministry on Friday evening said North Korea could bring back its "pyongjin" policy of...

 

BP: Mad rush to midterms: 2018 election has local GOP, DFL offices busy

BEMIDJI—There were few signs remaining at the Beltrami County Republican Party headquarters in Bemidji last week, with just a few small stacks leaning against the wall. But that's a good thing. "Those are all the signs we have left," Beltrami County GOP Treasurer Claude Sand said. "Almost all of our signs are gone,...

 

BP: 8 arrested in Hubbard County drug bust

PARK RAPIDS -- Ten people were arrested Tuesday in Hubbard County after multiple law enforcement agencies completed an extended investigation into drug trafficking, officials said. According to a release from the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office, authorities undertook controlled purchases of methamphetamine and...

 
 By DAVE SELVIG    Sports    November 5, 2018

LED BY MCCLAIN, THUNDERBIRDS RETURN PROMISING SQUAD

Rob McClain averaged a double-double last season for United Tribes Technical College. Pete Conway, McClain's coach, thinks the star sophomore is capable of even more. "We talked about some things after last season that he could do to take the next step," Conway said....

 

THUNDERBIRDS CRUISE PAST BISMARCK STATE IN OPENER

United Tribes made 18 threes and used a 16-2 run in the second half to cruise to a 105-79 victory in the first round of the Mon Dak Athletic Conference Tournament. Montel Carlow knocked down eight three pointers and led all scorers with 30 points. Rob McClain Jr. had...

 

Pioneers Dominate In Exhibition

DENVER – The University of Denver women's basketball team used a well-rounded performance to down Taylor University 106-66 on Saturday night at Hamilton Gymnasium. Nine of the 10 Pioneer's to see action in the game recorded at least one basket with four players reachi...

 

Peterson Advocacy Results in Timely Foreign Trade Zone Approval for Local Business

DETROIT LAKES - Last Thursday, the Department of Commerce approved Digi-Key Corporation’s application for Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) subzone status at their Thief River Falls facility following Congressman Collin C. Peterson’s (MN-7) advocacy efforts. The application was supported by Digi-Key’s grantor, the...

 

Peterson Welcomes Quick Attention from Secretary Perdue, Minnesota FSA to CRP Contract Issue

DETROIT LAKES – Congressman Collin Peterson issued the following statement in response to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Minnesota Farm Service Agency office announcement today that it would resume payments for Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contracts pending revisions and corrections: “I want to thank...

 

Driver in crash that killed 3 children told police she didn't recognize bus lights

The woman accused of driving past a stopped school bus in northern Indiana Tuesday told investigators she didn't see the school bus or the children in the path of her pickup truck until it was too late. "She couldn't make out what it was and by the time she realized ... the kids were right there in front of her,"...

 

Is the Nation's First Charter School Strike Imminent?

Teachers at a charter network in Chicago have voted to take the first step toward the country's first charter-school strike. Earlier this week, 503 of the Chicago Teachers Union's 536 members at Acero's 15 charter schools voted to authorize a strike. (Most unionized members turned out to vote.) They are fighting for...

 

Is Increased Poverty the Cause of Declining SOL Scores?

The Virginia Early Childhood Foundation has published a new biennial School Readiness Report Card exploring the relationship between childhood risk factors and educational outcomes across Virginia. The Foundation’s big argument, cast cautiously as “one plausible interpretation” of the data, is that recent...

 

Lack of counselors leaves students and schools more vulnerable

Aaron Stark felt alone as a teenager. A self-described obese social outcast, he moved often, and as a perpetual “new kid,” the bullying at his Colorado high school left him feeling hopeless and worthless. https://www.king5.com/article/news/i-section/lack-of-counselors-leaves-students-and-schools...

 

Halloween in Red Lake 2018 - P5

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Halloween in Red Lake 2018 - P6

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Redby Elder's Dinner 2018 - P11

Redby Elder's Dinner 2018 was held at the new Redby Community Center on Saturday, October 20, 2018. Elder's of the Redby Community received gifts, were treated to live music and a feast put on by the Redby Community....

 

Warriors end Regular Season with 54-6 loss to Blackduck at home - P13

The Red Lake Warriors ended their season with a 54-6 loss to Blackduck on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, in Red Lake. Red Lake finished it's season 0-7 on the year and the playoff games should be announced next week....

 

Warriors lose to Warroad 48-6 in Homecoming Game - P21

The Red Lake Warriors hosted Warroad in their Homecoming Game on Friday, October 5, 2018, losing 48-6....

 

Lady Warriors come out on top in 3-2 win over tough Kelliher-Northome Mustangs - P27

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Lady Warriors, coming off a win on September 20th at home over Fon du lac, held off Kelliher-Northome on Thursday, September 27th in five-games to take the victory. Red Lake won the first game, lost the second, won the third game and lost the...

 

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