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Diane Lynn (Wickner) Jourdain

Diane Lynn (Wickner) Jourdain July 16, 1949 ~ October 14, 2022 (age 73) Diane Lynn Jourdain, 73, was born July 16, 1949, in Bemidji, MN to Alfred and Lottie Wickner. She died peacefully in her sleep on Friday, October 14, 2022, at her home in Red Lake, MN. Diane grew up in Bemidji and after graduating high school, she attended...

 

Michael L. Troxell

Michael L. Troxell June 4, 1971 - November 14, 2022 Michael Leonard Troxell, 51, of Rice Lake, MN, died on Monday, November 14, 2022 at his home in Rice Lake, MN. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, November 22, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. at the Rice Lake Community Center in Rice Lake, Minnesota. A wake will begin the evening...

 

Red Lake School Board Certifies Election at Regular School Board Meeting of November16, 2022

RED LAKE, MN - At the Regular School Board Meeting held on Wednesday, November 16, 2022, the Board certified the November 8, 2022 Elections where four new board members were elected to the 7-member Board of Education. Those elected were Tina Stately, Thomas Barrett, Chris Jourdain and Nicole Desjarlait, whose terms will begin...

 

Gov. Tim Walz announces departures of 4 state commissioners

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz must replace his top health, education and public safety leaders after announcing the largest shakeup of his cabinet. State Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm, Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington, Education Commissioner Heather Mueller and Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Commissioner Mark...

 

GOP wins slim House majority, complicating ambitious agenda

WASHINGTON - Republicans won control of the U.S. House on Wednesday, returning the party to power in Washington and giving conservatives leverage to blunt President Joe Biden's agenda and spur a flurry of investigations. But a threadbare majority will pose immediate challenges for GOP leaders and complicate the party's ability...

 

Woodbury teen sentenced for driving stunt that killed passenger

A Woodbury teenager has been sentenced for a driving stunt that sent his speeding car into an airborne crash that killed one of his passengers and seriously injured three other teens. Kyle S. Hollister, 18, was sentenced on Tuesday in Washington County District Court after he pleaded guilty to criminal vehicular homicide and...

 

Health care shortages create 'dehumanizing' ER pileups in Twin Cites area hospitals

No seat was available outside the St. John's Hospital emergency department on one recent afternoon - not in two waiting rooms, or the hallway between them, or the benches at the sliding glass front door, or near the decorative Snoopy. Some patients slept, others writhed in pain, others twitched and wondered if they should...

 

Vikings are rolling, and rolling the tape

Patrick Peterson speaks fluent Football. Ask the Vikings cornerback about a specific play in a game and he will dissect it like a mathematician explaining the Pythagorean theorem. His vast football IQ stems from playing 12 NFL seasons and, perhaps more so, from exhaustive preparation over the years that includes studying...

 

Codifying abortion access a top priority after Democrats take power in Minnesota

Minnesota Democrats say they rode a wave of anger over the U.S. Supreme Court's reversal of Roe v. Wade into complete control of state government, giving them a clear directive from voters to enshrine abortion protections into state law. Democrats' push will vault the issue to the forefront when lawmakers return to the Capitol...

 

Could Trump campaign from jail? Absolutely.

Former President Donald Trump's "BIG" announcement coincides with the increasing likelihood that he will be charged, perhaps convicted, and possibly even incarcerated for one or more federal or state offenses. This leads one to wondering whether he could still run for president again under any of those conditions. The answer is...

 

Despite buzz about layoffs, many Minnesota firms are still eager to hire

Big-tech companies on the West Coast this fall have been laying off hundreds, even thousands, of people at once. But in Minnesota, employers are still actively hiring. While some are becoming more cautious amid concerns about a possible recession next year, for now the biggest obstacle for many Minnesota businesses remains...

 

Poland, NATO say missile strike wasn't a Russian attack

PRZEWODOW, Poland - NATO member Poland and the head of the military alliance both said Wednesday that a missile strike in Polish farmland that killed two people appeared to be unintentional and was probably launched by air defenses in neighboring Ukraine. Russia had been bombarding Ukraine at the time in an attack that savaged...

 

Amid Adderall shortage, people with ADHD face withdrawal and despair

Without medication, patients are wondering what comes next. By the time Michael Kenneally found himself pacing outside a CVS drugstore in Cambridge, Mass., this summer, he was on a first-name basis with the pharmacist. Kenneally, 48, had been told multiple times that his Adderall prescription couldn't be filled. For 25 days, he...

 
 By Mary Balstad    News    November 17, 2022

Beltrami County Board Votes to Build a New Jail Facility

After months of looking over several possible options and feedback from the public, the Beltrami County Board of Commissioners finally came to a decision on what to do with the deteriorating county jail at their Nov. 15 meeting. The future of the facility will be to build a new jail. In an unanimous vote, Commissioner Craig Gaas...

 

Cherokee Nation Fights for Delegate in Congress

The Cherokee Nation is exercising its treaty rights by fighting for its own delegate in the U.S. House of Representatives. On Nov. 16, the House Committee on Rules held a hearing on legal and procedural factors in seating a Cherokee Nation Delegate. The 1835 New Echota Treaty treaty signed by the United States and the Cherokee...

 

Tribal Business Round-up: Nov. 14, 2022

This week in Tribal Business News, a native-owned energy company is awarded $31 million to build a state-of-the-art microgrid for a SoCal tribe; California voters rejected sports betting measures that would step on tribal sovereignty; and Google launched a digital coaching program to leverage tribal broadband.  Indian Energy...

 

Native America Calling: Sports teams honoring tribes

A promising trend: Sports teams honor tribes At a time when some holdout sports teams ignore calls to end problematic mascots and imagery, some teams are turning to Native American designers for appropriate designs. The NBA's Phoenix Suns are debuting new uniforms, jersey logos and center court design created in collaboration...

 

Parent/Teacher Conferences held at Red Lake Elementary School - P2

Parent/Teacher Conferences held at Red Lake Elementary School on Tuesday, November 15, 2022 from 2 PM - 7 PM....

 

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities - P23

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities Hundreds participate in annual Halloween event...

 

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities - P24

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities Hundreds participate in annual Halloween event...

 

Food and Fun for all at the Halloween Costume Party held at the Red Lake Community Center - P16

Food and Fun for all at the Halloween Costume Party held at the Red Lake Community Center on Tuesday, October 25, 2022....

 

Polk County West beats Red Lake 76-6 - P19

Polk County West beats Red Lake 76-6 Warriors host Parent Appreciation Night at half...

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team host Laporte, lose 3-0 in set - P31

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team hosted Laporte on Thursday, September 29, 2022, lose 3-0 in set. Junior High wins 2-0; Junior Varsity lose 2-0. Parent Appreciation Night also held during their last home game....

 

Red Lake Comp Health holds Suicide Prevention "Hike for Health" - P32

Red Lake Comprehensive Health Program held their Suicide Prevention "Hike for Health" on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 from 3:30 PM to 5 PM at the Red Lake High School East parking lot. T-shirts and prizes were given away, an opening prayer waspresented, followed by a walk around the Government Center and a light meal. They...

 

Annual Labor Day Pow Wow held in Ponemah - Saturday Afternoon Session - P49

Annual Labor Day Pow Wow held in Ponemah Obashiing Labor Day Princess Jasinda Kingbird Obashiing Labor Day Brave Kordae kingbird Ponemah Parade Winners: Kiddie 1st - Ymanni Burris - $200 2nd - Waylen Johnson Cloud - $150 3rd - Cataleya Burris 4th - Olivianna Zamora & Judy Honorable Mentions Devin Johnson Coburn Johnson...

 

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