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Articles from the November 14, 2016 edition

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Police on the lookout for missing Cass Lake girl

BEMIDJI—Police are on the lookout for a 16-year-old Cass Lake girl who has been missing since Oct. 23 and is considered a runaway. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Leslee Garbow went missing from Bemidji and could still be in the area. She may also have traveled to East Bethel, Minn. Bemidji Police Chief Mike Mastin said all of the...

 

Red Lake PEC seeks to increase voter participation

Red Lake PEC seeks to increase voter participation http://lptv.org/red-lake-political-education-committee-works-to-increase-voter-participation/...

 

Harold Keith Graves, Sr.

Harold Keith Graves, Sr. Born: Tue., Mar. 6, 1951 Died: Wed., Nov. 9, 2016 Visitation 2:00 PM Sat., Nov. 12, 2016 Location: Redby Community Center Traditional American Indian Service 12:00 PM Mon., Nov. 14, 2016 Location: Redby Community Center Harold "Zob" Keith Graves, Sr., 65 years old, of Red Lake, Minnesota began his...

 

Red Lake's Grace White signs Letter of Intent with Denver University - P2

RED LAKE – At a special ceremony at Red Lake High School on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, Senior Grace White signed her letter of intent with the University of Denver to play in their Division 1 Basketball Program. White is the first Red Lake athlete in any sport to commit, or even have the opportunity, to compete in NCAA...

 

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P10

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P10...

 

RLHS/RLMS Students Participate in Health Fair at Red Lake High School - P5

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

 

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - Set 2 - P8

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - Set 2 - P8...

 

Bemidji's Ojibwe Language Project Receives Recognition

Bemidji's Ojibwe Language Project received a formal recognition by the National Geographic Society on Thursday, November 10, 2016, with a certificate of appreciation received by mail. Signed by James Dion of the National Geographic Geotourism Program, the certificate reads: "The Mississippi River Geotourism Program Recognizes...

 

Red Lake Nation College hosts "Zombie Prom" - P10

Red Lake Nation College hosts "Zombie Prom" - P10...

 

Little Rock Community hosts Halloween Party at Little Rock Center - P10

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 - P15

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 - P20

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 - P24

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

 
 Events   

Headwaters Alliance for Suicide Prevention Meeting

The Headwaters Alliance for Suicide Prevention (HASP) is a community-based group of individuals and agencies coordinating local and regional suicide prevention efforts. The mission is to promote healthy communities by eliminating suicide in the region through education, advocacy & community involvement. The Alliance is facilitated through the Suicide Prevention Program at...

 

Middle schoolers chant 'build that wall' during lunch in aftermath of Trump win

During the 2016 presidential campaign, chants of “build that wall!” often echoed through rallies for Donald Trump, as his supporters cheered his proposal to construct a physical barrier on the border between the U.S. and Mexico. And in the aftermath of Trump’s victory, that chant could be heard elsewhere: in a middle school cafeteria. Students at Royal Oak Middle School...

 

Royal Oak students chant 'build the wall'

Royal Oak middle school students chanting, “Build the wall.” An investigation into reports of white students in DeWitt blocking pathways for minority students. Reports nationwide of schoolyard bullying in the wake of Tuesday’s presidential election. The incidents, a response to the election of Donald Trump as the next U.S. president, created some tense situations in...

 

Principal on leave for alleged anti-Trump comments; student who voiced support for Trump attacked

Donald Trump’s election as president has sparked scattered reports of rancor on California campuses and beyond. A Muslim college student in San Diego was robbed, and Latino high school students in Northern California were given mock “deportation letters” by a classmate in incidents that authorities believe were tied to the election. Meanwhile, in the Bay Area, a...

 

A Donald Trump presidency may provoke more bullying in schools

Donald Trump has won the presidency, but not before launching one of the most ugly and fractious campaigns in American history. As the 2016 election season now comes to a close, there are signs that it has left scars behind, particularly in the schools of the United States. The National Education Association (NEA), the nation’s largest teachers’ union, recently launched an...

 

Snyder: Make School Safe Again - Why We Must Speak Out Against Surge in Election-Related Bullying

We knew America was divided by this election. We knew campaign tensions had carried over to America’s classrooms. (Just last week, we canvassed schools across Los Angeles that reported spikes in bullying — harassment that echoed the words and themes of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.) But we had no idea just how bad things would get for minority students. Or how...

 

How teachers calm, educate students amid swirl of election emotions

In Springdale, Ark., a second-grader from Mexico came to school Wednesday with tears in her eyes. She asked: “Does this mean we’re going to have to get all the stuff out of our house?” says Justin Minkel, her teacher at Jones Elementary, where 99 percent of the students live in poverty, and 85 percent speak English as a second language. He reassured her that...

 

What a Trump presidency means for America's public schools

Republican President-elect Donald Trump spoke about education only in broad terms on the campaign trail, leaving plenty of uncertainty about how his administration now intends to handle policy questions ranging from standardized testing and school accountability to the treatment of transgender students. But Trump’s stunning election is likely to mean a clear contrast with som...

 

Education Department could see brain drain

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT COULD SEE BRAIN DRAIN: The Education Department appears poised to lose a significant chunk of its institutional knowledge, as some career employees with decades of experience are looking for the exits because they’re unable to stomach a Trump administration. Some younger employees who joined the Education Department after being energized by President...

 

State school chief: Help schools that were eligible for state takeover

State School Superintendent Richard Woods says the defeat of the Opportunity School District Tuesday will intensify his agency’s efforts to help failing schools that were eligible for state takeover. The effort to amend the state constitution to allow the state to seize schools and the local taxes supporting those schools was firmly rebuffed by voters; 60 percent voted...

 

Maine became the first state in the country Tuesday to pass ranked choice voting

Amid a national vote that rocked the political world Tuesday, voters in Maine narrowly approved a measure that supporters say will be respectively disruptive to the state’s political status quo. With 98 percent of the vote reporting in the state, 52 percent of voters approved a ballot question making Maine the first state to implement ranked choice voting, a fundamental...

 

'Constant fear' as Latino immigrants brace for life under Trump

Jocelyn Hernandez dressed in all black on Wednesday morning as she faced an uncertain future. An Obama administration program for young immigrants brought to the country as children allowed Hernandez, a North Hennepin Community College sociology student, to work, drive and plan for a career as a teacher. President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to end the deportation reprieve...

 

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