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MnDOT adds new features to 511 traveler information system

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Motorists using the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s 511 traveler information system this winter have several new features to help them know what the state’s road conditions are before they venture out on the roadways. “Overall, the 511 traveler information system is getting better each year and more people are using it,” said Kelly Braunig,...

 

Winter truck load increases begin Dec. 16 for north, north central frost zones

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Winter truck load increases will begin Friday, Dec. 16, on unrestricted highways in the north and north central frost zones, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. Vehicles will be allowed to operate up to 10 percent over the standard legal maximum loads on unrestricted highways during the...

 

Red Lake Warriors down Kelliher-Northome 88-47 to go to 6-0 on season in Home Opener - Set 2

The Red Lake Warriors played their first game at home on Tuesday, December 13, 2016, taking a 48-20 half time lead and cruising to the 88-47 victory. The win put the Warriors at 6-0 on the season. Rob McClain led Red Lake with 21 points, Jamie Cook and Rob Beaulieu each added 12 points, WIll Morrison netted 10 points, Anthony...

 

Red Lake Elementary School Christmas Program held on Tuesday, Decemberr 13, 2016 - P2

Red Lake Elementary School Christmas Program held on Tuesday, Decemberr 13, 2016 at 1 PM - P2...

 

Red Lake Warriors down Kelliher-Northome 88-47 to go to 6-0 on season in Home Opener - P2

The Red Lake Warriors played their first game at home on Tuesday, December 13, 2016, taking a 48-20 half time lead and cruising to the 88-47 victory. The win put the Warriors at 6-0 on the season. Rob McClain led Red Lake with 21 points, Jamie Cook and Rob Beaulieu each added 12 points, WIll Morrison netted 10 points, Anthony...

 

Lady Warriors go to 4-0 on seasion with 85-42 win over Kelliher-Northome - P4

The Red Lake Lady Warriors went to 4-0 on the season with their 85-42 win over Kelliher-Northome on Friday, December 9, 2016 in Red Lake. Alexis Desjarlait led the Warriors with 22 points on the night, Gerika Kingbird nailed 20 points, Angel McClain added 13, Grace White hit for 12, Danielle Seki had 7, Dominic Dickenson netted...

 

Lady Warriors crush Laporte 108-36 in season home opener - P5

The Red Lake Lady Warriors crushed Laporte 108-36 in their season home opener on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at Red Lake. Grace White led Red Lake with 27, Alexis Desjarlait added 25, all in the first half, Gerika Kingbird had 18, Angel McClain hit for 15, Kaylynn Chaboyea had 11 and Danielle Seki 9. Kortni Kerby led Laporte...

 

Red Lake's Grace White signs Letter of Intent with Denver University - P21

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 - P29

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P29...

 

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - Set 2 - P27

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - Set 2 - P27...

 

The Mynor and Lacy (Ducheneaux) Aguilar Wedding of October 22, 2016 - P34

The Mynor and Lacy (Ducheneaux) Aguilar Wedding of October 22, 2016 - P34...

 

The Jeff Jourdain/Amanda Charnoski Wedding of Saturday, October 8, 2016 - P43

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

 

Women's March on Washington – Minnesota (Formally know as the Gathering for Justice)

MINNEAPOLIS-SAINT PAUL, MN – On January 21, 2017 – the day after the Presidential Inauguration, over 200,000 women are expected to congregate in Washington D.C., in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families -- recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country. Well...

 

Sundog season: Frigid temperatures bring out morning display

A sundog appeared around sunrise Wednesday morning over Lake Bemidji. Sundogs most commonly occur on cold mornings. http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/news/local/4180158-sundog-season-frigid-temperatures-bring-out-morning-display...

 

Workforce Impact director busy as county transitions to new employment training program

BEMIDJI—Beltrami County's new employment training program won't launch until Jan. 1, but for Workforce Impact's director, the operation is already underway. Brian Ophus, a lifelong resident of Bemidji and BSU graduate, is helming Workforce Impact, the program set to replace the county's contracted services with Rural Minnesota Concentrated Program, Inc., or CEP. Since the...

 

Line 3 meeting in Clearbrook cancelled

CLEARBROOK -- An Enbridge-hosted meeting in Clearbrook, Minn., set for Wednesday has been cancelled after a similar meeting in Bemidji Tuesday ended early when police told an activist to leave. Both meetings were scheduled to allow landowners and community members to ask questions and voice concerns regarding the replacement of Line 3, an Enbridge oil pipeline that runs from...

 

Bail set at $1 million for St. Paul man accused of killing woman in rural Cass County

FARGO — A judge on Wednesday, Dec. 14, set bail at $1 million—cash or bond—for a St. Paul man charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of a Minnesota woman. Timothy Barr, 51, appeared in Cass County District Court Wednesday afternoon via closed circuit TV from the Cass County Jail. Cass County State's Attorney Birch Burdick told Judge John Irby that Barr's...

 

Minn. man accused of tying woman to chair, brutally beating her for hours

WARREN, Minn.—A Warren man has been charged in a brutal assault that authorities say lasted hours and left a female victim with multiple injuries, including broken ribs, hemorrhaged kidneys and a collapsed lung. Michael John Slusar, 37, has been charged with first-degree assault, third-degree assault and intentional restraint, all felonies. If convicted, he could spend up to...

 

F-rated Indiana schools increase with new grading system

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The number of Indiana schools that received failing marks roughly doubled to 130 this year, while the number receiving A grades fell by half under new ratings for the 2015-16 academic year released by the Indiana Department of Education on Tuesday. The ratings were the first under a new accountability system that had more rigorous standards and assessments....

 

Silicon Valley high school students used a Dropbox account to share sexually explicit photos, police say

Students from multiple Silicon Valley high schools shared and distributed sexually explicit images of other teenagers via an online file-sharing account, police said. Mountain View police have been investigating the Dropbox file-sharing account, which has been frozen to prevent users from uploading, sharing and downloading images, department spokeswoman Katie Nelson said. The...

 

Schools With Police But No School Counselors: A Closer Look

Among the findings from the most recent federal Civil Rights Data Collection that got the most attention: 1.6 million students attend public schools that have an on-site law enforcement officer but no school counselor. That's a relatively small share of the nation's students, but civil rights groups—many of which have pushed for a scaling back or removal of police from...

 

U.S. Bank Stadium suite guests included network of DFL activists and friends

The guests lists at two U.S. Bank Stadium luxury suites revealed this week showed how those with ties to powerful DFLers open doors to amenities not available to the politically unconnected. On Monday, the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA) released the names of dozens of people who had been guests of commissioners and staff members in two luxury suites at U.S. Bank...

 

Met Council's transit operations facing big deficit

People who use Metro Transit might be looking at cutbacks or fare increases as the Metropolitan Council grapples with a projected $89 million budget shortfall in its transportation operating budget over the next two years. The regional planning body hopes that instead state lawmakers will provide a long-term source of revenue to pay for bus, light rail and other transportation...

 

Attorneys for officer claim Castile was high on marijuana, not responsive to commands

The St. Anthony police officer who fatally shot Philando Castile during a traffic stop last summer has asked the court to throw out the charges against him, claiming that Castile’s own actions contributed to his death. Lawyers for Jeronimo Yanez filed a motion to dismiss the manslaughter charge filed against him in November. In an eight-page memo supporting the motion,...

 

Adrian Peterson returns to a Vikings offense vastly different than the one he left. Will it work?

When the air horn sounded Wednesday afternoon, signaling the start of the first Vikings practice of the week, Adrian Peterson reclaimed his old spot at the front of the team stretch and helped lead his limber teammates. Individual drills soon started, with Peterson standing behind fellow running backs Jerick McKinnon and Matt Asiata in the handoff line. Moments later, he...

 

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