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 News    May 21, 2019 

BP: Authorities arrest inmate who escaped during visit to ER

BEMIDJI-Authorities arrested an escaped inmate on Sunday after he fled custody last week during a visit to the Sanford Bemidji Medical Center emergency room. Adam Johnson, 27, was arrested just after 1 a.m. Sunday in the 2400 block of Paul Bunyan Drive Northwest, along...

 
 By Nathan Green    News    May 21, 2019 

Inmate Who Escaped From Authorities In Bemidji Taken Back Into Custody

The inmate who escaped from Red Lake authorities outside of Bemidji's Sanford Hospital last week has been taken back into custody. 27-year-old Adam James Johnson was arrested early Sunday morning in Bemidji. The Bemidji Police Department's daily activity report says...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 21, 2019 

Red Lake High School Prom 2019 - P17

The Red Lake High School Prom 2019 was held on Saturday, April 27, 2019 at the Red Lake Casino Event Center. Keon Dow and Angel McClain were this year Prom King and Queen....

 
 News    May 21, 2019 

The Alabama abortion ban is just the latest in a long, deliberate and strategic attack on Black women

It's difficult for women like myself and those younger to imagine a time when Roe v. Wade didn't exist. A time when there were back-alley abortions, when hangers substituted for safe medical procedures and when an overall infringement on autonomy over our own bodies...

 
 News    May 21, 2019 

Celebrate new public art along the shores of Bde Maka Ska on June 8 at 10:30 a.m.

May 20, 2019 (Minneapolis) - The City of Minneapolis and Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) are pleased to announce the dedication of a new gathering space and public artwork at Bde Maka Ska on June 8, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. Festivities will include music, comments from descendants and artists, refreshments...

 
 News    May 21, 2019 

YMCA Makes Swimming Accessible to All Through Teaching Water Safety Skills

• According to the USA Swimming Foundation and University of Memphis, two children die every day because of drowning. • According to a national research study conducted by the USA Swimming Foundation, the University of Memphis and University of Nevada-Las Vegas, 60...

 

Red Lake Police Department seeking information on unidentified person

The Red Lake Department of Public Safety and the FBI are trying to identify an unknown white male. The unknown white male was present at the Wilton Bar in the early morning hours of January 6, 2019. (Please see the photographs attached). The unknown person was picked...

 

D.A.R.E. Program Graduation Ceremony for the 5th graders at RLES

The D.A.R.E. Program Graduation Ceremony for the 5th graders at RLES was held on Friday, May 17, 2019...

 

St. Paul schools await final Capitol funding verdict

The public stepped up to provide new funding for St. Paul Public Schools, but district leaders still were looking anxiously to the State Capitol for help in solving its budget problems. The deal announced by state officials Sunday hit one important target: a 2% increase in the state’s bedrock per-pupil funding...

 

Venezuela's economic collapse ranked among world's worst in decades

MARACAIBO, Venezuela – Zimbabwe's collapse under Robert Mugabe. The fall of the Soviet Union. Cuba's disastrous unraveling in the 1990s. The crumbling of Venezuela's economy has now outpaced them all. http://www.startribune.com/venezuela-s-economic...

 

BP: Bellanger and Affield to present at Bemidji Speaks

The Bemidji Public Library and Bemdji Speaks recently announced that Tim Bellanger and Wendell Affield will be presenting "SomeDay" at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11, at the Bemidji Public Library, 509 America Ave. NW. Bemidji Speaks is a local lecture series that is set up similar to a TedTalk, but on a smaller scale....

 

Construction begins on Highway 59 and Highway 2 overpass

BEMIDJI, Minn. – Construction will begin on Hwy 59 bridges crossing Hwy 2 and BNSF Railroad east of Erskine, on Monday, May 20. Highway 59 will be closed at that time. Thru Hwy 59 traffic will be detoured using county roads 35, 8 and 41 to McIntosh. Currently crews are working on reconstruction and replacement of...

 

Moving the needle toward recovery: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service honors Midwest endangered species recovery champions

A breakthrough conservation discovery and a career devoted to finding solutions for at-risk species define the winners of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 2018 Endangered Species Recovery champions for the Midwest Region. The Midwest champions join individuals and teams across the United States who are...

 

Construction begins on Highway 71 from Blackduck to Koochiching county line

BEMIDJI, Minn. – Construction will begin on Highway 71 from Blackduck to the Koochiching county line beginning Monday, May 20. This work will take place until approximately mid-July. Traffic will be detoured onto Highway 72 and Highway 1. During this time, crews will complete grading and resurfacing. They will also...

 

School cafeteria worker fired for giving food to student who couldn't pay

CANAAN, N.H. - A New Hampshire school cafeteria worker says she was fired for giving a student food even though he couldn't immediately pay. Students and staff are rallying behind a Mascoma Valley Regional High School lunch lady fired for allowing a boy to run up an $8 lunch debt rather than go hungy. Bonnie Kimball...

 
 By Dennis Weimann    News    May 20, 2019

Escaped Inmate Remains Free From Custody

A prisoner who escaped from custody outside of Bemidji’s Sanford Hospital remains on the run tonight. According to an official with the Red Lake Detention Center, Adam James Johnson, 27, has not been located since he escaped on Wednesday night. The Beltrami County Sheriffs Office website shows a warrant is out for...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 20, 2019

Red Lake High School Prom 2019 - P16

The Red Lake High School Prom 2019 was held on Saturday, April 27, 2019 at the Red Lake Casino Event Center. Keon Dow and Angel McClain were this year Prom King and Queen....

 

Memorial Day Weekend Kicks off Summer at MNHS

Next weekend marks the start of summer at MNHS historic sites and museums. Several sites from Charles Lindbergh House and Museum to Historic Fort Snelling to Jeffers Petroglyphs will open their doors to the general public for the 2019 season, and visitors can enjoy a...

 

THE GUTHRIE THEATER PRESENTS STORIES FROM THE DRUM, AN INDIGENOUS-LED PERFORMANCE PIECE ON THE McGUIRE PROSCENIUM STAGE

(Minneapolis/St. Paul) — The Guthrie Theater (Joseph Haj, artistic director) announces three performances of Stories From the Drum — a collaboration with local Native communities and nationally recognized artists Larissa FastHorse and Ty Defoe to support an Indigenous-led, Indigenous-driven and...

 

Open and accessible? Here's what happened when we tried to attend 10 Detroit charter school board meetings in a month

When parents have an issue with their child’s school, there’s at least one place where parents are guaranteed a hearing on anything from school finance to student discipline: a school board meeting. Yet in Detroit, a city with an infamously troubled school landscape, dozens of board meetings are hard to find or...

 

To China, All's Fair in Love and Trade Wars

Just how bad are things between the United States and China? Over an evening beer in Beijing this week, a friend and I debated which prominent American company China would whack first. It’s a serious question—and the answer could be the next ugly step in the escalating economic dispute between the two powers. The...

 

BP: Summer opening set for Red Lake Trading Post, which will include a variety of products, services

RED LAKE-It could be easier for Red Lake residents to buy healthier foods this summer. Or buy fishing line. Or do a load of laundry. Red Lake Nation leaders hope to have a replacement for the Red Lake Trading Post up and running by the end of June or early July. The...

 

Details emerge in Saturday incident near Arlee

MISSOULA – MTN News is continuing to follow a bizarre and potentially scary story out of the Arlee area. We originally received reports from the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office that a pregnant female was allegedly assaulted and dragged into the woods by a man carrying a tire iron. https://kpax....

 

Minneapolis makes push to ban new drive-through services

After making the initial push earlier this decade, Minneapolis officials are now moving to ban new drive-throughs in an effort to cut down on vehicle traffic and meet the city's sustainability goals. At a meeting Thursday afternoon, the city's Planning Commission was...

 

SAT to add 'adversity score' that rates students' hardships

The College Board, the company that administers the SAT exam taken by about 2 million students a year, will for the first time assess students not just on their math and verbal skills, but also on their educational and socioeconomic backgrounds, entering a fraught...

 

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