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The Latest on the Christmas Storm

The weather is settling down for the rest of this week after a duo of smallish weather systems have produced scattered snow, strong wind, and icy roads in spots the past two days. The only concern drivers are expected to have the rest of this week is scattered icy stretches of road due to daytime snow melt being redeposited onto road surfaces at night and early in the morning....

 

"T'was the Night Before Christmas" musical play held at Red Lake High School

On Wednesday evening, December 21, 2016, at the Red Lake High School Cafeteria, dinner and the musical play, "T'was the Night Before Christmas" was presented by students to about 100 guests. The musical by Clement C. Moore and adapted by Kathryn Schultz Miller, was directed by RLHS teachers Andrea Bondy, Jade Dockendorf and...

 

'Crippling storm' potential could impact Christmas travel plans

BEMIDJI -- A hazardous weather outlook was issued for Bemidji and surrounding areas Wednesday with the potential of a significant Christmas weekend storm that could cause travel problems throughout the region. A big weather system coming through Sunday, Christmas Day, has the “potential to be a genuinely crippling storm” for a large swath of the area, according to WDAY...

 

Elder's Christmas Party held at the Seven Clans Casino Event Center - P3

The Elder's Christmas Party was held at the Seven Clans Casino Event Center in Red Lake on Monday, December 19, 2016....

 

2016 Red Lake Trust Fund Distribution on Saturday, December 17, 2016 - P4

2016 Red Lake Trust Fund Distribution on Saturday, December 17, 2016...

 
 By Peggy Nelson    News    December 22, 2016

Red Lake High School Students deliver pillows, lap blankets, cards and door decorations to JPECC

This week, Red Lake High School students delivered pillows, lap blankets, cards, and door decorations to the Jourdain Perpich Extended Care Center. The students made these items In Peggy Nelson's sewing class and Patrick Desjailait's art class....

 

Warriors continue to win, now 7-0 with 99-38 victory over Laporte - P5

The Red Lake Warriors basketball team continue to win as they up their record to 7-0 on the season with 99-38 win over Laporte on Thursday, December 15, 2016, in Red Lake. Red Lake never trailed and led 63-20 at the half. Most of the starters only played about half a game, as well. Rob McClain led all scorers with 18 points,...

 

Red Lake Warriors down Kelliher-Northome 88-47 to go to 6-0 on season in Home Opener - P7

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 Warriors down Kelliher-Northome 88-47 to go to 6-0 on season in Home Opener - Set 2 - P6

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 - P7

Red Lake Elementary School Christmas Program held on Tuesday, Decemberr 13, 2016 - P7...

 

Lady Warriors go to 4-0 on seasion with 85-42 win over Kelliher-Northome - P9

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 - P10

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 - P26

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 - P34

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P34...

 

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - Set 2 - P32

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - Set 2 - P32...

 

The Jeff Jourdain/Amanda Charnoski Wedding of Saturday, October 8, 2016 - P48

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

 

2 - FINANCIAL ELIGIBILITY SPECIALISTS OSHKIIMAAJITAHDAH (NEW BEGINNINGS)

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT 2 - FINANCIAL ELIGIBILITY SPECIALISTS OSHKIIMAAJITAHDAH (NEW BEGINNINGS) Open: December 19, 2016 Closing: January 6, 2017 @ 3:00 p.m. POSITION SUMMARY: The Financial Eligibility Specialist serves as a primary contact and resource for any client who is receiving Cash and Food benefits for the Red Lake Nation...

 

Schoolcraft earns state recognition: Bemidji-area school named a High Quality Charter School

BEMIDJI—Schoolcraft Director Adrienne Eickman said she's proud of her staff after the state named the Bemidji-area charter school a "High Quality Charter School" last week. "This is an incredibly talented group of people that work out here, and they work incredibly hard," Eickman said Wednesday. "Any pat on the back that they can get, because they're just really incredible...

 

Attorney for anti-pipeline activists argues for dismissal

BAGLEY -- Two Washington state women accused of tampering with Enbridge pipeline valves will return to Minnesota to give testimony regarding a motion to dismiss the charges. Emily Johnston, 50, of Seattle, and Annette Klapstein, 64, of Bainbridge Island, Wash., are each charged with criminal damage to property of critical public service facilities, utilities and pipelines;...

 

Sanford to open clinic in Park Rapids

Sanford Health announced this week it will open a new clinic in Park Rapids spring of 2017. The Sanford Health Park Rapids Clinic will be located in the three-story building at 110 Seventh Street West. Renovations and construction of the third floor of the building will begin immediately with future plans for second floor renovations, according to information released by...

 

Minn. Rep. Peterson supports Trump's wish to repeal NAFTA

LAKE PARK, Minn. — So what can Americans, and particularly farmers in rural Minnesota, expect from a Trump presidency in 2017? "Honest answer? I have no idea — and no one else I know does either," said U.S. Congressman Collin Peterson (D-Minnesota), addressing a group of about 30 Becker County residents during an Agricultural Issues Forum hosted by the Detroit Lakes...

 

Feds Launch Inaugural Teacher and School Leader Grant Competition

The United States Department of Education yesterday announced a new grant competition to train teachers that serve low-income and minority children. The Teacher and School Leader (TSL) program is designed to assist states, local educational agencies and nonprofit organizations in developing, implementing, improving and expanding “comprehensive performance-based competition...

 

There's A Simple Way To Help Kids Learn More: Start School Later

In recent years, American teens have earned less than stellar scores on a national exam administered by the U.S. Department of Education. On the National Assessment of Educational Progress ― also called the Nation’s Report Card ― only about 34 percent of eighth-grade students scored high enough to be deemed proficient in reading in 2015. Only about 33 percent scored...

 

Teen Violence Can Be Contagious, Study Contends

TUESDAY, Dec. 20, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Violence could be contagious among teens, according to Ohio State University researchers. The researchers studied data collected in the mid-1990s from more than 5,900 seventh- through 12th-graders at 142 U.S. schools. Their key finding: Students were far more likely to engage in a violent act if a friend had also done so. The youths...

 

Report: Officers broke rules handcuffing elementary students

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (AP) — Six of the 10 officers involved in arresting elementary students at a school in Tennessee violated their department's policies, an internal police investigation determined. Murfreesboro Police Chief Karl Durr said the case prompted police to respond to the community's concerns with reforms, including giving officers the option to handle juvenile...

 

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