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MISSING PERSON – update description and photo

The Bemidji Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in locating Jeremy Jourdain. Mr. Jourdain was last seen in the 500 block of Wood Avenue in Bemidji at approximately midnight on October 31st. Residents are asked to check their properties and any out buildings, campers, or structures on their property. Mr. Jourd...

 

John A. Smith, Sr.

Smith, John A., Sr. "Johnny" age 75, of Minneapolis Journeyed to the Spirit World on Thursday, November 3rd, 2016 at Abbott-Northwestern Hospital. John “Johnny” Allen Smith Sr. “Yellow Feather” (Waysagwonnabe), age 75, of Minneapolis Journeyed to the Spirit World on Thursday, November 3, 2016. He was born on May 23,...

 

Hunters urged to watch for missing teen

BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji Police Department is asking hunters to be on the lookout this weekend for Jeremy Jourdain, a 17-year-old Cass Lake boy missing since Monday night. In an updated news release Friday morning, Bemidji Police Chief Mike Mastin urged those entering the woods for this weekend’s Minnesota deer opener to check property and outbuildings for any signs of the...

 

WEATHER: Despite warm fall, colder, snowier winter on the horizon

BEMIDJI—Despite a string of mild winters and Saturday temperatures in the 70s, "Brrmidji" will earn its nickname this season with colder-than-average temperatures and heavier snowfall, according to Jeff Makowski,a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Grand Forks, N.D. While Makowski calls seasonal outlooks "a bit uncertain," he said that while Minnesota and...

 

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P6

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P6...

 

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - Set 2 - P4

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - Set 2 - P4...

 

RLHS/RLMS Students Participate in Health Fair at Red Lake High School

RLHS/RLMS Students Participate in Health Fair at Red Lake High School...

 

Red Lake Nation College hosts "Zombie Prom" - P6

Red Lake Nation College hosts "Zombie Prom" - P6...

 

Little Rock Community hosts Halloween Party at Little Rock Center - P6

On Friday, October 28, 2016, the Little Rock Community hosted a Halloween Party at the new Little Rock Center. The event featured an assortment of snacks and lunch, numerous free games for the kids and a costume conest. The event was sponsored by the Little Rock Community....

 

The Mynor and Lacy (Ducheneaux) Aguilar Wedding of October 22, 2016 - P11

The Mynor and Lacy (Ducheneaux) Aguilar Wedding of Saturday, October 22, 2016, held at the Little Rock Center....

 

Bagley too much for Red Lake in 55-16 loss at home - P16

From KKCQ Sports - Bagley at Red Lake 55-16 Bagley was too much for the Red Lake Warriors this afternoon as they racked up 39 points in the first half on their way to a 55- 16 win. The Flyers 180 yards on the ground in the first half dominated play and the clock and the second half was a blend of replacement players for the...

 

The Jeff Jourdain/Amanda Charnoski Wedding of Saturday, October 8, 2016 - P20

The Jeff Jourdain/Amanda Charnoski Wedding of Saturday, October 8, 2016, held at St. Mary's Church in Red Lake....

 

Walker-Hackensack-Akley downs Red Lake 69-28 in Warrior's Homecoming game -Set 2 - P31

Red Lake hosted WHA on Friday, September 23, 2016. The Warriors are now 0-4 and will travel to Pine River on September 30th, to Pillage on October 7th before hosting Bagley on October 14th. Red Lake Warriors Football Schedule 2016: http://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2016/07/27/sports/red-lake-warriors-foo...

 

ELECTION DAY: When and where for Tuesday

BEMIDJI—Election Day is down to just a few days away, but there's no calm before the storm. Across the state of Minnesota, election workers are setting up booths and residents are either voting early or doing some last-minute studying. According to Kay Murphy, Bemidji City Clerk Kay, the latter is one of the most important things citizens can do before Nov. 8....

 

Trump plans Minnesota stop Sunday

ST. PAUL -- Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who has indicated in recent days that he thinks Minnesota is his to win, will make his first public visit to the state Sunday, Nov. 6. “We’re going to Minnesota,” Trump said at a rally in Florida, according to reporters who were there. Trump’s Minnesota campaign confirmed the visit. Minnesota Republican Party...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session - P45

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session...

 

Minnesota Historical Society Announces New Director of American Indian Initiatives

MNHS created this leadership position to help develop and implement a vision and strategy for American Indian programs and services in collaboration with American Indian communities throughout the state and beyond. “MNHS has been building relationships with American Indian communities,” said Stephen Elliott, director and CEO. “We welcome the leadership Joe Horse Capture...

 

Accused kidnapper's mother dismissed guardianship petition

BEMIDJI -- A petition filed by the mother of Jacob Kinn -- a Bemidji man accused of kidnapping and sexually assault a 5-year-old girl -- asking to be appointed his guardian, was dismissed Friday by a judge, five days after Kinn’s mother herself filed a notice dismissing it. The notice, which reads, in part, “COMES NOW petitioner, Teri Kinn, by and through her attorney,...

 

Charlene Rose Mason

Charlene Rose Mason Born: Sun., Mar. 6, 1955 Died: Thu., Nov. 3, 2016 Visitation 10:00 AM Tue., Nov. 08, 2016 Location: Little Rock Community Center Funeral Service 2:00 PM Wed., Nov. 09, 2016 Location: Little Rock Community Center Charlene Rose Mason, age 61, "Auzhe Ne Quay" which means "Big Stone Lady", of the Dodem Eagle...

 

Russian media back Trump, question US democracy

MOSCOW — Russian state-owned media does little to hide its preferences in the U.S. presidential election. News reports about the race for the White House on Russian television devote most of their time to elaborating on Donald Trump's allegations that Hillary Clinton is corrupt and the election is rigged. "Clinton has a choice. Either she gets the presidency or she goes...

 

'Worst that I've seen,' says attorney for man bitten by St. Paul police dog

A St. Paul police officer has been suspended and a second placed on unpaid leave after an arrest that left a man hospitalized for two weeks and prompted an apology from the city’s police chief. Chief Todd Axtell released a graphic dashcam video of their actions on Friday — more than four months after the June 24 arrest — following a use-of-force review and internal...

 

Edina High investigating racially charged photo, message

Edina High School authorities said Friday they’re investigating a racist photo and message shared through social media by a student earlier this week. Edina High Principal Bruce Locklear sent a letter to students and parents Thursday, describing the photo as “racially charged” and as having “disrespectful language.” “Several students who saw the post were deeply...

 

In the final stretch, Minnesota elections offices have longer hours and growing workloads

For past presidential elections, Hennepin County’s election office typically added about a dozen temporary workers to help manage the rush of voters and ballots. This year, with the storm of an attention-grabbing presidential race and the first-ever opportunity to vote early without an excuse, officials had to hire another 80 workers, draft Hennepin County employees from...

 

Clinton's campaign taps star power as Trump goes it alone

CLEVELAND — Hillary Clinton dispatched musical and political celebrities across battleground states Friday to try to energize Democrats in what's become an increasingly competitive race. Donald Trump, meanwhile, defended his go-it-alone approach. The Democratic presidential nominee wrapped up a day of campaign stops at a packed, star-studded concert in Cleveland. Standing...

 

Warm weather delays fall fertilizer application

Farmers encouraged to check soil temps before applying nitrogen FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, November 4, 2016 Warm weather delays fall fertilizer application Farmers encouraged to check soil temps before applying nitrogen ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) advises farmers and fertilizer applicators to check soil temperatures before fall...

 

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