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Friday, January 15, 2016


Iron Range Rep. Carly Melin won’t seek re-election

Minnesota House District 6A covers Hibbing, Chisholm, Marble, Taconite, Nashwauk, Keewatin and Bigfork, as well as Floodwood in the south, along with many rural townships.
Minnesota House District 6A covers Hibbing, Chisholm, Buhl, Marble, Taconite, Nashwauk, Keewatin and Bigfork, as well as Floodwood in the south, along with many rural townships.
State Rep. Carly Melin (DFL-Hibbing) announced she would not seek re-election in 2016.
State Rep. Carly Melin (DFL-Hibbing) announced she would not seek re-election in 2016.
Today State Rep. Carly Melin (DFL-Hibbing) announced that she would not seek re-election to the House of Representatives.
Her announcement was a surprise to many, but those in politics knew the challenges she faced in balancing her job as a lawyer in Hibbing with a young family and legislative service.
Melin won a special election to replace Rep. Tony Sertich in 2011 and has been elected twice more since. She’s been a vocal supporter of the mining industry and unions during her tenure, while also championing the Women’s Economic Security Act and leading the fight for limited medical marijuana legalization two years ago.
Melin was only the second woman elected to serve a central Iron Range district. Rep. Lona Minne was the first, while former Rep. Carolyn McElfatrick represented portions of the far western Iron Range in her single term that also began in 2011. In countless meetings, even today, Melin was the only woman, and the youngest to boot. That’s tough sledding, and she deserves a lot of credit.
She writes:
I am proud of my work as a legislator, including increasing investment in Iron Range K-12 schools, securing funding for various infrastructure and community projects across the region, advocating for the less fortunate, and fighting for working and middle class Minnesota families. During my time as Chair of the IRRRB Higher Education Committee we’ve made important investments in programming for students attending our area community colleges. On a statewide level, I’m especially proud of having authored the Women’s Economic Security Act, the Medical Cannabis Therapeutic Research Act, and the Criminal Records Expungement law. My public service has been dedicated to improving the quality of life of others and these accomplishments have attributed to that overall mission.
Melin’s departure opens up a House seat in the heart of the Iron Range at a time of great tumult in the local economy and political sphere. The 6A race will likely see a true donnybrook in the DFL primary.
I thank my family, friends, constituents, and colleagues for the support they’ve shown me throughout my six years in the House. By making this announcement now, I want to give those considering serving the Iron Range the time necessary to make their plans before precinct caucuses and the campaign season begins. Even as I make this announcement, I know my work–and term–is far from over. I look forward to the upcoming legislative session and plan to continue my focus on assisting Iron Range families who have been impacted by recent turmoil in the domestic steel market which in turn has impacted our taconite mining industry.
Melin was widely considered a rising DFL star when she was first elected. Unfortunately, this is another example of the hardship facing people with families who wish to serve in the legislature, especially in districts far from the Capitol.
Although I’ll exit public life when my term expires, I will always have a passion for serving the public and plan to continue doing so through other community involvement. For now, I look forward to focusing on my legal career on the Iron Range and spending more time with my family.
Melin and husband Zeb Norenberg have one child and they expect another later this year.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015


 Really Weird 15 years from the Date of Barbs Dad Death Cpl Jim Anderson his only Daughter has Died  Barbara Armstrong aka Ande Obituaries

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Armstrong, Barbara L. Age 59, of Elk River. Preceded in death by parents. Survived by husband, Paul; sons, Joshua (Jessica), Justin (Lynette); step-children, Steven (Sue), Sheri (Hans); several grandchildren; brother, Mark; and step-father, Tom. Memorial service Friday 11 AM, Dares Funeral Home 805 Main St. NW Elk River, MN. with visitation one hour prior to service at the funeral home. Private interment. Arr. Dares Funeral Home 763-441-1212 dares

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Sunday, March 24, 2013

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Federal Jury Finds Native Mob Gang Members Guilty of Attempted Murder, Racketeering, and Other Charges Twenty-One of Twenty-Five Indicted Gang Members Earlier Pleaded Guilty to RICO-Related Charges, While Another Pleaded Guilty to Murder

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MINNEAPOLIS—Earlier today in federal court, a jury found three members of the Native Mob street gang guilty on a number of charges related to the gang’s criminal activity. Following a nearly two-month trial, the jury found Wakinyon Wakan McArthur, age 34, guilty on six counts, including racketeering; William Earl Morris, age 25, guilty on four counts; and Anthony Francis Cree, age 26, guilty on six counts, including racketeering and attempted murder. On July 19, 2012, the defendants were charged in a superseding indictment. Following today’s conviction, U.S. Attorney Todd Jones said, “The Native Mob has wreaked havoc on tribal and non-tribal communities across Minnesota and our region. Its members traffic in drugs and guns, using violence, intimidation, and in some instances, murder, against those who stand in their way. This case, brought against more than two dozen Native Mob members, including its leaders, exemplifies the broad reach and effectiveness of a federal RICO prosecution, which carries penalties of up to life in prison, in attacking violent criminal organizations. This investigation took several years and the cooperation of numerous local, state, federal, and tribal law enforcement agencies. Their hard work has made our communities safer.” The Native Mob is a regional criminal gang that originated in Minneapolis in the early 1990s. Members routinely engage in drug trafficking, assault, robbery, and murder. Membership is estimated at 200, with new members, including juveniles, regularly recruited from communities with large, male, Native American populations. Association with the gang is often signified by wearing red and black clothing or sporting gang-related tattoos. According to the 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment, the Native Mob is one of the largest and most violent American Indian gangs in the U.S. and is most active in Minnesota and Wisconsin. The evidence presented at trial proved that since at least the mid-1990s, the named defendants and others have conspired to conduct criminal activity through an “enterprise,” namely, the Native Mob, in violation of the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act. The primary objective of this “enterprise” is to preserve, protect, promote, and enhance the Native Mob’s power, territory, and financial gains. To that end, gang members distribute illegal drugs, from crack cocaine to ecstasy. They also provide monetary support to other members, including those incarcerated; share with one another police reports, victim statements, and other case discovery; hinder or obstruct officials from identifying or apprehending those wanted by the law; and intimidate witnesses to Native Mob crimes. Moreover, they maintain and circulate firearms for gang use and commit acts of violence, including murder, against individuals associated with rival gangs. On December 21, 2012, Shaun Michael Martinez, age 35, pleaded guilty to shooting and killing fellow gang member Jeremee Kraskey. Martinez, also known as Tinez, pleaded guilty to one count of murder resulting from the use and carrying of a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence. In his plea agreement, Martinez admitted that on February 26, 2011, he killed Kraskey to prevent him from offering law enforcement information about the Native Mob’s criminal activities, which were the subject of a joint federal-state investigation. Martinez specifically admitted that on February 26, 2011, he drove Kraskey to a residence in the 3500 block of 14th Avenue South in Minneapolis, where he shot Kraskey three times. Martinez further admitted his use of a firearm occurred during and in relation to a conspiracy to violate federal racketeering laws. According to the evidence presented at trial, the defendants committed numerous overt acts as evidence of their “criminal enterprise”:
  • Immediately after the death of Kraskey, McArthur and others held an “emergency” Native Mob council meeting to discuss, among other things, Kraskey’s murder.
  • On March 4, 2010, McArthur, Cree, and others attempted to kill a man by shooting him three times with a .40-caliber handgun, the attack being in retaliation for the man’s supposed cooperation with law enforcement. At the time of the shooting, the man was holding his 5-year-old daughter in his arms.
  • On July 10, 2010, McArthur and others attended a meeting to discuss killing enemies of the Native Mob; the transportation of firearms from northern Minnesota to Minneapolis; the storage and location of gang firearms;, drug trafficking; collecting money for incarcerated Native Mob members; and the identity of persons believed to be cooperating with law enforcement against the Native Mob.
  • On March 7, 2010, in south Minneapolis, Native Mob members attempted to kill a Native Vice Lord gang member by shooting him in the neck.
  • On August 24, 2010, McArthur ordered members of the Native Mob a drive-by shooting of a rival gang member’s apartment in Bemidji.
  • On March 28, 2011, McArthur ordered members of the Native Mob to conduct a home invasion in Cass Lake.
For their crimes, the defendants who were tried and convicted in this case face a potential maximum sentence of between 20 years and life in federal prison. Since the federal justice system does not have parole, prison terms will be served virtually in their entirety behind bars. United States District Court Judge John R. Tunheim will determine their sentences at a future hearing, yet to be scheduled. In addition to the defendants in this case, a number of Native Mob members have been prosecuted in related cases: Kenny Roberts and Corey Benjamin were convicted in 2010 of being armed career criminals in possession of firearms; Gordon Reese was convicted in 2007 of assault, methamphetamine trafficking, and possession of firearms, and he is serving a 30-year sentence; Rueben Crowfeather was convicted in 2008 of drug trafficking and has served his sentence; and Alden Fairbanks has pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy charges and is awaiting sentencing. This case was the result of a long-term, cross-jurisdictional investigation conducted by numerous local, state, federal, and tribal law enforcement officers dedicated to making Minnesota’s streets and communities safer. These agencies include representatives from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives; the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration; the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs; the FBI-funded Headwaters Safe Trails Task Force; the Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force; the Minnesota Department of Corrections; the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension; the Carlton County Sheriff’s Office; the Mille Lacs Tribal Police Department; the Bemidji Police Department; and the Minneapolis Police Department. These investigators were assisted by those from—in alphabetical order—the Becker County Sheriff’s Office, the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office, the Carlton County Attorney’s Office, the Cass County Attorney’s Office, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office, the Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office of Wisconsin, the Duluth Police Department, the Fon du Lac Tribal Police Department, the Fridley Police Department, the Itasca County Sheriff’s Department, the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office, the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office, the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office, the Leech Lake Tribal Police Department, the LCO Reservation Police Department, the Lower Sioux Tribal Police Department, the Mahnomen County Sheriff’s Office, the Minnesota State Patrol, the Mille Lacs County Attorney’s Office, the Mille Lacs County Sheriff’s Office, the New Brighton Police Department, the North Central Drug Task Force, the Prior Lake Police Department, the Red Lake Tribal Police Department, the Redwood County Sheriff’s Office, Richfield Police Department, the Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office, the St. Paul Police Department, the U.S. Marshals Service, the Minneapolis Violent Offender Task Force, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, and the White Earth Tribal Police Department. This case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Andrew R. Winter and Steven L. Schleicher.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

City of Brainerd v. Brainerd Invs. P'ship :: March, 2013 :: Minnesota Supreme Court Decisions :: Minnesota Case Law :: US Case Law :: US Law :: Justia

City of Brainerd v. Brainerd Invs. P'ship :: March, 2013 :: Minnesota Supreme Court Decisions :: Minnesota Case Law :: US Case Law :: US Law :: Justia Opinion Summary: Central Lakes College (CLC) formally petitioned the City of Brainerd to reconstruct a road. The City validated the petition and resolved to pay for a portion of the project with special assessments. Appellants, who owned property adjacent to the road, challenged the legality of the petition, arguing that because CLC was an instrumentality of the State, and the State cannot be bound by special assessments of its property, CLC was not an "owner" of property permitted to petition for an improvement under Minn. Stat. 429.031(1)(f). The district court granted summary judgment for the City. The Supreme Court affirmed, holding (1) CLC was an "owner" of property under the plain language of the statute; and (2) therefore, CLC's petition was valid.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

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Monday, July 5, 2010

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Small, rural hospitals, struggling to stay afloat financially, took another blow last week when Gov. Tim Pawlenty turned down the opportunity for Minnesota to get an early start at expanding Medicaid … more

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Governor rapped for Medicaid “opt-out”

Decision criticized as political move that puts Pawlenty’s presidential ambitions ahead of the state’s interests

By Tom Klein

Small, rural hospitals, struggling to stay afloat financially, took another blow last week when Gov. Tim Pawlenty turned down the opportunity for Minnesota to get an early start at expanding Medicaid eligibility.

In a letter to Human Services Commissioner Cal Ludeman, the governor cited the state’s costs to enroll early, which he claims would total $430 million over the next three years to obtain $1.4 billion in federal funding.

But DFLers dispute the governor’s numbers

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Sharon is Medicare Receipent: Duly concerned with cost of Nursing Homes:Hospitals,all HalfWay Homes Committment Facilitys "overtaking" Seniors & Vets Nursing Care

Pawlentys covert outsourcing our Medical Records to France, has put MN Health Care Receipents "at risk"

Sharon has for years exposed, the SCAP Panel ie Committment's that triggered the one yr. at Brainard and Murder of Cpl Jim Anderson THEREFORE Fiscal Accountability must be obtained

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haven't been to Aitkin for 10 years........Corrupt Judges, SheriffScott Turner Please be apprised

that Sharon 2nd husband had PTSD from Korea, Marine, Silver Star, Purple Heart etc. his daughter Barb Armstrong aka Stringfellow aka Anderson took her Father "OUT" for Greed, exploitating a Vunerable Adult

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The solution has helped Minnesota save tens of millions, including more than $30 million in the last three years on federal high performance bonuses that analysts say would not have been possible without the data warehouse.

In addition, the warehouse has helped DHS be more responsive to the Legislature and to potential laws proposed in that body.

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