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Stanley Strong

Stanley Strong June 25, 1950 - Saturday, November 4, 2017 Service Information American Indian Center, Minneapolis, MN Friday, November 10, 2017 3-6 PM Visitation Information None Stanley "Windy/Buddha/Stan Sr./Uncle/Dad/Grandpa" Strong, age 67, died at home on November...

 

Cory J. Bush Sr.

Cory J. Bush Sr (June 4, 1983 - November 6, 2017) Corey Bush Sr., age 34, of Mahnomen, MN, died Sunday, November 5, 2017. Corey James Bush was born on June 4, 1983 to Debra Bush in Park Rapids, MN. He grew up in Akley for a brief amount of time before moving to...

 

Red Lake Police Department: Missing Fishermen Update - Day 3

"Missing Fishermen Update day 3" On today's update Wednesday, November 8th, the Red Lake Department of Public Safety did not have any success with locating the two missing fishermen. Flight operations were once again conducted by the Minnesota DNR and US Border Patrol...

 

Search For Missing Red Lake Fishermen Continues

The search continues for two missing fishermen on Red Lake. The Red Lake Department of Public Safety reports it did not have any success locating either Deland Beaulieu, 29, or the 17-year-old boy who were on a Red Lake Fisheries boat when it flipped on Monday. Authorit...

 

Bemidji Pioneer: Search for missing fishermen continues Wednesday

RED LAKE -- A third day of searches showed no sign of two Red Lake fishermen who went missing Monday after their boat capsized on Lower Red Lake. Searchers spent most of the day Wednesday looking for Deland Beaulieu, 29, and a 17-year-old boy, who were on the Red Lake Fisheries boat when it flipped. A post on the Red...

 

Bemidji Pioneer: Missing Bemidji girl found, Illinois man arrested

BEMIDJI -- An Illinois man was arrested early Wednesday morning in connection with the short-lived disappearance of a Bemidji girl on Tuesday. According to a release from the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office, the 13-year-old girl’s parents reported her missing at about 9 a.m. Tuesday after discovering she was not...

 

Missing 13 year old female from Bemidji located

A 21 year old male from Oswego, Illinois is currently being held in the Beltrami County Jail for the premiere criminal charges of Third Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct and Deprivation of Custodial or Parental rights. The investigation and subsequent arrest started with a parent contacting the Beltrami County...

 

Bemidji Pioneer: New charge in Bemidji assault case

BEMIDJI -- A Bemidji man accused of shooting at two people during an early October altercation was charged with second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon Wednesday. Deavion Ladell Beasley, 24, was initially charged with gross misdemeanor possession of a firearm after a domestic violence conviction following the...

 

Jacob Frey declared Minneapolis' new mayor, defeating incumbent

Challenger Jacob Frey won the Minneapolis mayor’s race Wednesday, defeating incumbent Betsy Hodges in a crowded race to lead Minnesota’s largest and most liberal city that was rocked by two fatal police shootings. Frey, 36, a one-term City Council member, emerged from more than a dozen candidates to challenge...

 

Vikings place Bradford on IR to make room for Bridgewater, still have QB controversy

The names have changed, but the Vikings still have a quarterback controversy. The Vikings placed Sam Bradford on injured reserve Wednesday to make room on the roster for Teddy Bridgewater. http://www.twincities.com/2017/11/08/vikings-place-bradford-on-ir-to-make-room-for-bridgewater-still-have-qb-co...

 

Suspect identified in woman's St. Paul stabbing death

St. Paul police have identified the man they arrested for allegedly killing a woman Tuesday afternoon in a Frogtown apartment. Htoo Day, 61, was booked into Ramsey County jail on suspicion of homicide for the stabbing death in an apartment complex at 195 West Edmund Ave. http://www.twincities.com/20...

 

Sudden infant deaths attributed to unsafe sleep practices, Health officials say

For a few days this week, commuters driving past the Lowry Avenue Bridge in Minneapolis will see its lights colored blue, light blue and pink in honor of Infant Safe Sleep Week, an initiative to encourage safe sleep practices for infants. The Nov. 5-11 initiative seeks to lower the rate of sudden infant death syndrome...

 

Former President Barack Obama shows up in Chicago for jury duty

CHICAGO — Former President Barack Obama, free of a job that forced him to move to Washington for eight years, showed up to a downtown Chicago courthouse for jury duty on Wednesday morning. The 44th president’s motorcade — considerably shorter than the one he had when he lived in the White House — left his home...

 

One of four charged in Harriet Island rape of teenage girls found guilty

Deandray Easley wasn’t the one who sexually assaulted two teenage girls who were repeatedly raped at gunpoint in a St. Paul park this past summer, but his actions that night were enough to convince a jury that he played a pivotal role in what happened. After a day and a half of deliberations, a Ramsey County...

 

Minnesota Senate leader warns of staff furloughs over budget veto

Minnesota Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka says the Senate may furlough staff and stop cutting checks as soon as December if the courts don’t restore their operating budget. The state’s Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party Governor Mark Dayton vetoed the House and Senate’s $130 million budget this spring amid a...

 

Bad River Youth Dies after Officer-Involved Shooting

A youth has died as a result of an officer-involved shooting on the Bad River Reservation in northern Wisconsin. The Ashland County Sheriff's Office says the shooting happened after deputies responded to a report of a male walking around Maple Street carying a knife. At about 11:48 a.m., a deputy fired a shot,...

 

Cass Lake-Bena School District Regroups After Referendum Fails

The results of Tuesday’s election will send the Cass Lake-Bena School District back to the drawing board. Voters overwhelmingly voted down a $37.8 million referendum that would have built a new intermediate elementary school for grades 3-5 and renovate its current building for pre-k through second grade. For the...

 

Hall of Fame Nominations Accepted Now

A Medal of Honor recipient, an astronaut, U.S. Congressmen, renowned artists and authors are among those who have been inducted into the Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame. Nominations of outstanding individuals to join this distinguished group as members of the 2018 Hall...

 

Join Hy-Vee's Homefront Effort and Help Serve Our Nation's Veterans

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (Nov. 8, 2017) — To honor our nation’s veterans, Hy-Vee is encouraging its customers to join its Hy-Vee Homefront initiative and help the men and women who have served America. The Hy-Vee Homefront initiative is comprised of several company efforts, including Hy-Vee’s “Round Up for the...

 

Halloween 2017 held all over the Red Lake Indian Reservation - P13

Halloween 2017 held all over the Red Lake Indian Reservation - P13...

 

Halloween 2017 held all over the Red Lake Indian Reservation - P14

Halloween 2017 held all over the Red Lake Indian Reservation - P14...

 

Warriors lose to Bagley in RLHS Homecoming game, 53-14 - P37

On Friday, October 13, 2017 the Red Lake Warriors football team hosted the Bagley Flyers in their homecoming game, losing 53-14....

 

Warriors lose to Bagley in RLHS Homecoming game, 53-14 - P38

On Friday, October 13, 2017 the Red Lake Warriors football team hosted the Bagley Flyers in their homecoming game, losing 53-14....

 
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MEMORIAL DINNER FOR BRIAN LEE JOHNSON

MEMORIAL DINNER FOR BRIAN LEE JOHNSON 20 YEARS Little Rock Center Friday November 10, 2017 6:00pm FRIENDS & FAMILY WELCOME!...

 

Parents Need a Reason to Dig Into School Quality Data, Study Finds

It's not enough for parents to have access to data on school quality; they need an explicit reason to start comparing schools to make use of that information, finds a study released this morning in Education Next. New school options, be they from a move, a charter school opening, or the No Child Left Behind Act's...

 

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