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Articles from the December 2, 2015 edition

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County Courts Install Red Lake/Leech Lake Flags - P2

"It's no secret that the Native American Community is in our court rooms to a large extent for both criminal court and child protection cases. So for people who come to court who see a white judge, a white prosecutor, a white defense attorney, and who themselves are not white, to be able to see the flags, and know that by those...

 

Red Lake Warriors win Home Opener with Blackduck 75-64 - P5

Red Lake Warriors win Home Opener with Blackduck 75-64 Junior Varsity, 7th and 8th Grade Boys also victorious...

 

Photo-shoot of the 2015-16 Red Lake Warriors and Lady Warriors - P9

Photo-shoot of the 2015-16 Red Lake Warriors and Lady Warriors on Thursday, November 19, 2015. 2015 NCTC Boys Holiday Tournament - December 7th, 8th and 10th: http://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2015/11/19/sports/2015-nctc-boys-holiday-tournament-december-7th-8th-and-10th/41321.html 015 NCTC Girls Holiday Tournament -...

 

Red Lake Warriors win Home Opener with Blackduck 75-64 - Set 2 - P5

Red Lake Warriors win Home Opener with Blackduck 75-64 Junior Varsity, 7th and 8th Grade Boys also victorious...

 

Halloween Night 2015 in Red Lake - P37

Halloween Night 2015 in Red Lake - P37...

 

Halloween Night 2015 in Red Lake - Set 2 - P37

Halloween Night 2015 in Red Lake - Set 2 - P37...

 

Red Lake Chemical Health sponsors 5K Color Walk/Fun Run for Recovery - P47

RED LAKE - On Tuesday, September 29, 2015, Red Lake Chemical Health sponsored a 5K Color Walk/Fun Run for Recovery. Registration began at 9 AM, with T-shirts going to the first 100 participants, and the event kicked off at 10 AM on the road by the Red Lake Boys and Girls Club. Walkers and runners went through the Red Lake...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session - P64

The Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow was held on the weekend of September 4, 2015....

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Friday Evening Session - P64

The Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow was held on the weekend of September 4, 2015...

 
 Events   

Chairman's Community Meeting - Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015

Chairman's Community Meeting - Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015 6 PM - Redby Community Center Dinner will be served...

 

Snow falls, and slippery roads follow

BEMIDJI—The Bemidji area missed the brunt of winter's first real storm Tuesday, but enough snow (and rain) fell to allow for some covered and slippery roads. Early Tuesday, the Bemidji area was included in a winter weather advisory through the night as snowfall was moving north and to the east from the Red River Valley, according to the National Weather Service office in...

 

COUNTY GOVERNMENT: Beltrami Board approves 2016 tax levy 3-2

BEMIDJI -- The Beltrami County Board of Commissioners met for a special budget meeting Tuesday which included a Truth in Taxation hearing and multiple financial topics, including next year's property tax levy. The property taxes payable in 2016 was set at $20,137,494 by the Board, which is $1,310,245 or 6.96 percent higher than what was levied in 2015. The levy was approved in...

 

U-Morris student might have died from meth: Suspect in case will be charged with concealing location of her body

STARBUCK, Minn. -- The man who was last seen with University of Minnesota-Morris student Laura Schwendemann of Starbuck will be charged with gross misdemeanor charges for concealing the location of her body, which was found in a Douglas County cornfield near Alexandria on Oct. 26, 12 days after she was reported missing. Douglas County Attorney Chad Larson said the man,...

 

YMCA Fosters After School Enrichment Opportunities Right Where Students Live

· In Minnesota, over 200,000 young people in kindergarten through 12th grade have no safe place to go after the school bell rings. · Nearly 40 percent of kids from low income backgrounds don't attend after school or summer learning programs. · Studies show an achievement gap between students from low-income families and their...

 

Found Money - Bemidji Police Department

Found Money In early October of this year, a concerned citizen found money outside of an Edward Jones in Bemidji. The Bemidji Police Department has posted information on our Facebook page, but has not received any information as to the rightful owner of the money. If anyone has any information as to who may have lost their money in Bemidji, please contact Captain James...

 

Foam, Dome & Drip - Affordable Ways to Protect Your Home

For as little as $1 per 6’ of insulation, you can stop pipes from freezing during winter and even when the power goes out. 1. Insulate pipes exposed to the elements or cold drafts with insulating foam. For as little as $1 per 6’ of insulation, you can stop pipes from freezing and save energy. 2. Place an insulating dome or other covering on outdoor faucets and spigots to...

 

IDEA Competition Deadline Approaching

BEMIDJI, MN -- December 2, 2015 - The deadline to enter the eighth annual IDEA Competition is fast approaching - December 31 is the last day to register. More than $300,000 has been awarded to Northwest Minnesota entrepreneurs in the past seven years. The competition has earned a reputation in the region for helping competitors turn great ideas into great businesses. The...

 

Call for Entries: Urban Land Institute Urban Open Space Award

WASHINGTON (December 1, 2015) – The Urban Land Institute (ULI) today announced that it’s now accepting entries for its Urban Open Space Award, an annual program that recognizes outstanding examples of successful large- and small-scale public spaces that have socially enriched and revitalized the economy of their surrounding communities. The Institute will accept entries...

 

St. Louis Park backs away from plastic bag ban

Earlier this year, St. Louis Park took aim at being the first city in Minnesota to ban plastic bags. Now city leaders are backing away from that goal — it would be more symbolic than substantive, they say — but moving ahead on a companion proposal requiring all takeout food packaging to be reusable, recyclable or compostable. A public hearing on the proposal is set for...

 

Mille Lacs produces second monster muskie in 17 days

For the second time in less than a month, Lake Mille Lacs has coughed up a lunker of stunning proportions that has added more mystique to an already growing wonderment in Minnesota over muskie fishing. The catch on Thanksgiving eve of a beastly muskie, estimated at 61 pounds by Dominic Hoyos of Stillwater, eclipsed the possible world record fly-fishing muskie caught by Robert...

 

UnitedHealth Group CEO takes blame for exchange push

UnitedHealth Group chief executive Stephen Hemsley said Tuesday his company shouldn’t have expanded so quickly on government-run health insurance exchanges, saying the new marketplaces are costing the insurer money and still need time to develop. At an investors meeting in New York, Hemsley added more detail on why the nation’s largest insurer has soured on the exchanges,...

 

Zuckerberg welcomes his daughter, and will devote $45 billion to combat world ills

SAN FRANCISCO — Talk about birth announcements: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife say they'll devote nearly all their wealth — roughly $45 billion — to solving the world's problems in celebration of their new baby daughter, Max. Zuckerberg's wife, Priscilla Chan, gave birth to a 7-pound, 8-ounce daughter last week. But the couple didn't put out the news until...

 

In challenge to Senate, Obama says parts of global climate deal must be legally binding

LE BOURGET, France — President Barack Obama said Tuesday that parts of the global warming deal being negotiated in Paris should be legally binding on the countries that sign on, setting up a potential fight with Republicans at home. Obama's stand won praise at the U.N. climate conference from those who want a strong agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the...

 

Native American Church in Kenwood sues county

A church in Kenwood that makes use of marijuana and peyote in their religious practices has filed a federal lawsuit against Sonoma County and the Sheriff’s Department, charging civil rights violations in connection with a raid by law enforcement that confiscated and destroyed hundreds of marijuana plants. The Utah-based Oklevueha Native American Church (ONAC) set up a branch...

 

First phase of inquiry into missing, murdered indigenous women expected this week

The federal government is expected to release the details of the first phase of a national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women this weekend, CTV News has learned. Ottawa plans to make the announcement, which is expected to begin with the consultation of the victims’ families, on or before the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women on...

 

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