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Twins fan banned from Target Field over pursuit of baseballs goes to bat to stay at games

Jason Gabbert says he is just an enthusiastic fan trying to collect baseballs tossed into the stands by players and ball boys at Target Field. The Twins disagree. http://www.startribune.com/twins-fan-banned-from-target-field-over-pursuit-of-baseballs-goes-to-the-plate-to-come-back/500642671/...

 

Minnesota charities reap millions in donations on Give to the Max Day

Millions of dollars poured into Minnesota charity and school fundraising accounts Thursday for Give to the Max Day, the unofficial statewide giving holiday. With more than $18 million raised by 8:45 p.m., organizers of the annual event were within striking distance of besting last year's record total of $20.6 million....

 

BP: Three-month weather outlook sticks with warmer than normal winter forecast

WILLISTON, N.D. -- It sure looks good on a map. The reality remains to be seen. The Climate Prediction Center issued its monthly long-range temperature and precipitation outlooks Thursday. It contains very little change from earlier forecasts that the Northern Plains and much of the United States, should experience...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    November 15, 2018 

"Not In Our Town" informational meeting held in Redby on sexual exploitation and trafficking of youth

REDBY, MN - A dinner, documentary and discussion on sexual exploitation and trafficking of youth was held at the New Redby Center on November 14, 2018 from 5:30 - 7:30 PM. According to a press release on Friday, November 15, 2018, it stated: The community discussion...

 

RLNC dedicates Classroom 203 in honor and memory of the late Lucy Barrett

On November 14, 2018, the Red Lake Nation College dedicated Classroom 203 in honor and memory of the late Lucy Barrett, who passed away on Monday, July 23, 2018. After retiring after 41 years at the Red Lake Hospital, and at the age of 68, she went back to school and...

 
 By Michael Meuers    News    November 15, 2018 

County Commissioner/Wolfe Center Chair Reports to Tribal Council

Wolfe Center Board Chairman Reed Olson, who is also a Beltrami County Commissioner, gave a report on the functions and services provided by the shelter, to the Red Lake Tribal Council in his capacity as Chairman of the Wolfe Center, a shelter for inebriates, at the Coun...

 

Minneapolis police kill dog, wound a second while executing arrest warrant at St. Paul home

Victoria LaQuier was in her aunt’s basement when Minneapolis police kicked open the front door Tuesday morning and fired three shots in quick succession. When police escorted her upstairs what she saw shocked her: one of the family’s dogs was dead, slumped on the floor as blood pooled around him. A second family...

 

Push is On to Strengthen Penalties For Drivers Who Don't Stop for School Buses

Twenty-six million kids ride the school bus every day. And this month, there is a nationwide effort being mounted to come down harder on drivers who don't stop for those buses when they are letting kids on or off. https://kstp.com/news/strengthen-penalties-drivers-dont-stop-school-busses-federal-pet...

 

Farms and forests could be key to curbing greenhouse gas emissions

Managing the nation’s landscapes with carbon in mind — from prairies to farms to urban and northern forests — could cut greenhouse gas emissions as much as 21 percent annually, or about equal to the discharge of all cars and trucks on the road today. And Minnesota is among the states that could do the most: It...

 

St. Paul City Council passes $15 minimum wage, and mayor signs it

Minnesota’s second-largest city has joined the growing wave of cities across the country that have decided to require that workers be paid a minimum of $15 an hour. The St. Paul City Council followed their counterparts in Minneapolis on Wednesday and approved the citywide $15 minimum wage, which will be completely...

 

Minneapolis School District returns to post-Labor Day start to school year

Starting next school year, Minneapolis Public Schools will resume classes a day after Labor Day — a statewide tradition for many school districts. The change, approved by the Minneapolis school board at its regular meeting Tuesday night, would affect the school calendars for the next three years, beginning with the...

 

Guard troops search for more wildfire victims; 56 dead

PARADISE, Calif. — With at least 130 people still missing, National Guard troops searched Wednesday through charred debris for more victims of California's deadliest wildfire as top federal and state officials toured the ruins of a community completely destroyed by the flames. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke joined...

 

FBI examining more video in search for Wisconsin teen

MILWAUKEE — The FBI is examining additional surveillance video taken from an expanded area around the Wisconsin home where a couple was shot and killed and their daughter was apparently abducted, the sheriff leading the investigation said Wednesday. Jayme Closs, 13, disappeared early on Oct. 15, when sheriff's...

 

BP: Taking on trafficking: Groups hold meeting on human trafficking, sexual exploitation

REDBY—Silence isn't going to help anyone. That was one of the core messages brought forward Wednesday evening during an informational meeting in Redby on human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Combined with a documentary about the issue, both advocacy workers and law enforcement representatives spoke about...

 

ACTING ATTORNEY GENERAL MATTHEW WHITAKER DELIVERS REMARKS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE RURAL AND TRIBAL ELDER JUSTICE SUMMIT

Des Moines, IA - Today I am announcing that the next edition of our Journal of Justice Policy and the Law—formerly known as the USA Bulletin—will focus on Elder Justice. It will also be the longest bulletin we’ve ever published since we started it back in 1953. These bulletins are public, and so they can be used...

 

Headwaters Science Center presents at Red Lake Early Childhood Center - P2

On November 5, 2018, the Bemidji Headwaters Science Center visited the Red Lake Early Childhood Center. There, they presented some of their exhibits and visited with children and their parents The Headwaters Science Center is an institution that contributes immensely...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    November 15, 2018 

Halloween in Red Lake 2018 - P19

Halloween in Red Lake 2018...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    November 15, 2018 

Halloween in Red Lake 2018 - P20

Halloween in Red Lake 2018...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    November 15, 2018 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow: Saturday Afternoon Session - P53

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow: Saturday Afternoon Session The new 2018-19 O-Bah-Shiing (Ponemah) Labor Day Royalty. Princess: Jade Cloud Brave: KaVern Kingbird Obashing Singing Contest 1st Place-Warpaint 2nd Place-High Noon 3rd Place-Southern Boyz 4th Place-Standing Horse...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    November 15, 2018 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow: Friday Evening Session - P57

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow: Saturday Afternoon Session The new 2018-19 O-Bah-Shiing (Ponemah) Labor Day Royalty. Princess: Jade Cloud Brave: KaVern Kingbird Obashing Singing Contest 1st Place-Warpaint 2nd Place-High Noon 3rd Place-Southern Boyz 4th Place-Standing Horse...

 

Armored school doors, bulletproof whiteboards and secret snipers

The expo had finally begun, and now hundreds of school administrators streamed into a sprawling, chandeliered ballroom where entrepreneurs awaited, each eager to explain why their product, above all others, was the one worth buying. Waiters in white button-downs poured glasses of chardonnay and served meatballs...

 

Buckle Up, Betsy DeVos: House Democrats Take the Helm

As Democrats take control of the U.S. House of Representatives for the first time since 2010, they could usher in some big changes in how Washington approaches education and a lot more oversight of U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. But it won't necessarily mean huge changes in policy. Rep. Bobby Scott, D-Va.,...

 

Texas education board moves to reinsert Hillary Clinton, Helen Keller into curriculum

The Texas State Board of Education backed a motion Tuesday evening to reinsert Hillary Clinton into the state's 11th-grade U.S. history standards, two months after voting to remove the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee from the state's curriculum. In a separate action Tuesday, the board backed restoring disability...

 

Maine test scores dip slightly in math, English, science

Standardized test results for Maine students dipped slightly in the 2017-18 school year, with half of Maine students testing at or above grade level for English, and 37 percent testing at or above grade level for math. In 2016-17, 53 percent of students were at or above grade level in English, and 39 percent were at...

 

Mississippi teacher shortage sparks a new change in licensing some educators

Mississippi is moving forward with a proposal that would allow more than 100 teachers to obtain certification on a performance-based licensure system. The pilot program, first announced at a September state Board of Education meeting, is a pivot from Mississippi’s current requirements for certification and...

 

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