Baudette News


10/20/2018 01:30 AM  ~~~Source~~~
RRCC 'Voyageur Career Expo' deemed a success 

Of the local surrounding area high schools invited, 27 students attended from Falls High School, 26 students attended from Indus High School, 13 students attended from Kelliher High School, 38 students attended from Lake of the Woods High School, Baudette, and 49 students attended from Littlefork-Big Falls High School.


10/16/2018 12:10 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Small-town Minnesota government unresponsive to records request after open-meetings controversy 

ROOSEVELT, Minn.-Half a month after a small-town City Council member in northern Minnesota allegedly threatened a reporter during a public meeting, the investigation is still open and council members have dodged phone calls and an open records request. At the Oct. 1 Roosevelt City Council meeting, reporter Doris Knutson from Baudette's weekly Northern Light Region was sworn at by the city clerk and said she felt threatened by a council member who towered over her and yelled.


10/02/2018 07:53 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Looking Back: Practice for the Big Falls Hula Hoop Contest underway 

Rainy River Community College student Jim Ivory and classmates Jarred Dodd, Joe Lennon and Max Hutzler participated in four preparatory kayak lessons prior to the three-day trip the Outdoor Pursuits I class took on Lake Kabetogama. "The 6- to 7-foot waves were the greatest," Ivory exclaimed.


10/01/2018 08:39 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Sisters Katrina and Tasha Baldwin both diagnosed with rare brain disorder 

Cristiano Ronaldo 'hired detective to follow rape victim and discredit her while his lawyers hammered out 300,000 deal to silence her and even had a mole inside the Las Vegas police' Incredibly rare coincidence as two sisters are BOTH diagnosed with one-in-a-million brain disorder that causes repeated strokes - despite having no genetic link to the disease Neither sister is of East Asian descent, in whom the syndrome mostly occurs, nor do they have any genetic link to the disease For one person to be diagnosed in the US, it's one-in-one million odds; but for two sisters it's virtually unheard of Two sisters have been diagnosed with a rare brain disorder that causes repeated stroke due to blocked arteries in million-in-one odds.


09/28/2018 11:39 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Sisters diagnosed with rare disease weeks apart recovering from brain surgeries 

Tasha Baldwin, left, and sister Katrina, right, were both diagnosed with moyamoya disorder, which blocks arteries in the brain. Two sisters diagnosed with the same one-in-a-million disease weeks apart are recovering side by side after undergoing matching brain surgeries.


09/22/2018 11:43 AM  ~~~Source~~~
DNR seeks input on Lake of the Woods and Rainy River walleye, sauger regulation changes 

Walleye and sauger fishing regulations that could change on Lake of the Woods and the Rainy River are the topic of an open house from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 8 at Lake of the Woods School in Baudette. The changes proposed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources would reduce the number of walleye and sauger allowed to be kept in the winter on Lake of the Woods.