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Superintendent's Summary of the Red Lake School District #38 February Board Meeting

The Red Lake School Board met at the Ponemah School on February 18th for its regular meeting. Superintendent Lundquist shared the following information relative to activities underway improve achievement, attendance and enrollment: * The District Leadership Team, with representatives from each of the buildings, has begun to...

 

Lady Warriors move to 22-2 with 67-42 win over Blackduck

RED LAKE, MN - The Lady Warriors jumped out to a 5-0 lead right away, and used the full court press and fast-break offense to take a 47-13 lead at the half, and cruise to the 67-42 win. Junior Averi Holthusen needed 30 points to reach the 1000-point milestone, but came up just 11 points short. She will have that opportunity...

 

Lady Warriors JV comes from behind to beat Blackduck 49-41

The Red Lake Lady Warriors JV trailed at the half 19-13, but came back in the second half to win 49-41 in Red Lake....

 

Warriors down Pine River-Backus 90-79 - P5

RED LAKE, MN - The last time the Red Lake Warriors played Pine River-Backus on January 2, 2015 in Pine River, they lost 80-75. This time it was much different, as they took a halftime 49-41 lead all the way to win 90-79. In the first game Red Lake had also played without 3 of their top players. In Red Lake however, they were in...

 

"Coming Together for the People"

"The dynamics of oppression on a culture, and the dynamics of alcoholism in the family, resemble each other so much as to be indistinguishable from each other when viewed through Indian eyes," ~Dr. Cecil White Hat, (Lakota Sioux) 8th Annual Drug and Gang Summit. The Ninth Annual Red Lake Drug and Gang Summit was held Wednesday...

 

Bemidji Area Reading Canines (BARC) Wins Statewide Touchstone Energy® Community Award

Bemidji, Minn. - Bemidji Area Reading Canines [B.A.R.C] was named the 2015 winner of Minnesota's Touchstone Energy Community Award. They received the award on February 18, during the Minnesota Rural Electric Association's annual meeting in St. Paul. B.A.R.C was selected from among all the local award winners throughout the...

 

Valentine's Dance held at the Red Lake Center - P5

On Saturday, February 14, 2015 the Red Lake Community held a Valentine's Dance at the Red Lake Center....

 

"Coming Together for the People"

"The dynamics of oppression on a culture, and the dynamics of alcoholism in the family, resemble each other so much as to be indistinguishable from each other when viewed through Indian eyes," ~Dr. Cecil White Hat, (Lakota Sioux) 8th Annual Drug and Gang Summit. The Ninth Annual Red Lake Drug and Gang Summit was held Wednesday...

 

Cass Lake-Bena beats Walker/Hackensack/Akeley to end regular season

CASS LAKE — It was tight at first, but the Cass Lake-Bena High School’s boys basketball team pulled away late to beat Walker/Hackensack/Akeley 64-48 Thursday. The Panthers (21-5) and Wolves (12-13) went into halftime at 27-24 with CLB holding the slim advantage. But Alvin Wind and the Panthers proved to be too much for WHA. http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/...

 

Lady Warriors improve to 21-2 with 74-22 win over Lake of the Woods - P7

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors improved their record to 21-2 on Thursday, February 12, 2015 with their 74-22 win over Lake of the Woods. Red Lake jumped out to an early 8-0 lead in the first minute of play, a lead they would never lose, and held Lake of the Woods to just 6 points in the first half as they rallied to...

 

Hymns to the horizon: Art of George Morrison at Minnesota History Center

Although he is Minnesota's best known and most successful American Indian artist, George Morrison never flaunted his status. "I never played the role of being an Indian artist," he once said. "I always just stated the fact that I was a painter, and I happened to be Indian." From the start of his long career, Morrison...

 

Lady Warriors JV win over Lake of the Woods 60-24 - P7

The Red Lake Lady Warriors JV won over Lake of the Woods 60-24 on Thursday, February 12, 2014 at home....

 

Ninth Annual Red Lake Drug and Gang Summit held in Red Lake - P9

RED LAKE, MN - The Ninth Annual Red Lake Drug and Gang Summit kicked off on Wednesday, February 11, 2015 at the Red Lake Seven Clans Casino, Hotel and Events Center. Community Members, Tribal Programs, School Personnel, Mental Health Services and other programs and services from all Nations were welcome. The event was scheduled...

 

Lady Warriors improve to 20-2 with win over Kelliher-Northome 84-45 - P10

RED LAKE, MN - After coming off their 55-42 loss to Crookston on Monday night, the Red Lake Lady Warriors came back strong on Tuesday, February 10th against Kelliher-Northome, taking a 46-23 halftime lead and cruising to a 84-45 win. The Lady Warriors never trailed and were lead by two players each scoring 22 points, freshman...

 

Crookson hands Lady Warriors 2nd loss of season, 55-42 - P16

RED LAKE, MN - Missed shots and too many turnovers on the night, allowed the Crookston Pirates to come into Lady Warrior territory and hand them their second loss on the season, 55-42. Crookston's defense only allowed Red Lake's top gun, Grace White, to connect for just 12 points, while Alexis Desjarlait hit for 11 and Samantha...

 

Laporte man found guilty in marijuana case

PARK RAPIDS -- David Paul Patterson, 51, of Laporte was found guilty Wednesday night of possessing seven pounds of marijuana with intent to sell it, according to a release from the Hubbard County Attorney's Office....

 

Governor, lawmakers, reach deal on commissioner pay raises

ST. PAUL -- Legislative leaders and Gov. Mark Dayton agreed to a deal to nick state budgets, remove the governor’s ability to dole out commissioner raises and delay currently enacted pay increases, according to House and Senate leaders....

 

Enhanced drunken driver penalty sought

ST. PAUL — The traffic death of a southern Minnesota 5-month-old has resulted in an effort to increase penalties if a driver at fault was convicted of a driving offense within the previous 10 years....

 

Rep. Persell Recognized by Coalition as 'Champion for Racial Equality'

ST. PAUL, MN – A statewide coalition of advocates for racial equity, Voices for Racial Justice, has recognized State Representative John Persell (DFL – Bemidji) with their ‘Champion for Racial Equality’ award and an A+ grade for his work to end racial inequality in the 2013-2014 legislative session. “It’s an honor to do the work of increasing racial equity for all...

 

Citizens' Council for Health Freedom Testifies on Three Ways to Protect Medical Privacy at House Committee Hearing

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Twila Brase, president and co-founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org), a Minnesota-based national organization dedicated to preserving patient-centered health care and protecting patient and privacy rights, testified Tuesday in front of the Minnesota House of Representatives Civil Law and Data Practices Committee, which...

 

Travois celebrates 20 years of service and a $1 billion impact in Native communities

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Feb. 18, 2015) — Travois, a mission-driven consulting firm, is celebrating 20 years of service and a $1 billion impact in American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian communities. The Kansas City-based company is kicking off a #20YearsEquals campaign to highlight its clients’ and partners’ incredible achievements over the past 20 years. Since...

 

Minneapolis mayor does not back citywide minimum wage increase

Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges said Thursday that she does not support raising the city’s minimum wage as a way to tackle economic disparities, setting herself apart from a growing coalition of advocates trying to boost the city’s base wage....

 

Krista Marie Fisherman

Krista Marie Fisherman Born: Wed., Feb. 13, 1980 Died: Fri., Feb. 13, 2015 Krista Marie Fisherman, Bineskwe which means "Thunder Bird Woman", 35 years old, of Redby, passed away at the Sanford Hospital in Bemidji on Friday, February 13, 2015. She was born on February 13, 1980 in Minneapolis, the daughter of Charles and Darlene...

 

Peterson says he's 'uneasy' about a Vikings return

While Vikings decision-makers are taking every opportunity to publicly state they would like suspended running back Adrian Peterson to play for the team this season, Peterson himself is apparently “uneasy” about the prospect of returning the Vikings....

 

FDA: Medical device for gallstones may transmit deadly bacteria

Deadly drug-resistant bacteria can be difficult or even impossible to remove from the tiny crevices of a reusable medical scope doctors use to remove gallstones and detect cancer in half a million Americans a year, the Food and Drug Administration warned Thursday....

 

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