Bob Reha Feature Archive

Teachers and staff from the Red Lake High School gathered in Bemidji on Thursday. They discussed what's next for the school as they move to recover from the March 21 shooting that left 10 people dead. (03/31/2005)
Funeral services continue Monday for the victims of the school shooting on the Red Lake Indian reservation. The Ojibway people of Red Lake are struggling to cope with violence that left 10 people dead. Counselors and tribal elders are urging people to speak out and do the things necessary to begin healing the wounded. (03/27/2005)
A long week of sorrow and grief in Red Lake is reaching its peak, with the first of many wakes and funerals for the victims of the shooting spree. (03/25/2005)
Two days after the shooting rampage on the Red Lake Reservation, the community remains stunned. There was some good news Wednesday, when doctors reported that three of the teenagers wounded in Monday's shooting are improving. The community is quiet, but it's clear strong emotions lie very close to the surface. (03/23/2005)
One day after the shootings in Red Lake, people gathered in nearby Bemidji to comfort one another and pray. (03/22/2005)
Kelly Roysland is a vital player for the Minnesota Gophers basketball team. Her love of sports is a family affair. Her grandmother Bernice Carlin is a pioneer in women's athletics (03/18/2005)
A federal judge in Billings, Montana will hear arguments against lifting the ban on Canadian cattle from American markets. (03/02/2005)
The number of coyotes living in Minnesota is on the rise, and the animals are becoming more common in populated areas. Some legislators are proposing to bring back bounties on coyotes, which would pay people for each one they kill. (02/13/2005)
Minnesota is a state of extremes. In the summer it can be oppressively hot, while winter brings blizzards and body- numbing cold. One fourth grade teacher in Moorhead has made winter survival part of her classwork. (02/07/2005)
President Bush began a campaign swing for Social Security reform on Thursday with a stop in Fargo. He challenged a wary Congress on Thursday to "put partisanship aside." (02/03/2005)
Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minn., flew around the state for summits in Moorhead, Hibbing and Rochester to announce legislation aimed at keeping jobs in the United States. (01/24/2005)
North Dakota lawmakers will likely toughen the laws against violent sex offenders this year. Lawmakers rejected the idea of reinstating the death penalty, but tougher penalties for violent sex offenders are expected to pass. (01/18/2005)
Hockey players from around the globe are in Grand Forks and Thief River Falls this week for the World Junior Championship tournament. Ten teams are playing hoping to win the gold medal. (12/30/2004)
City and county officials in Fergus Falls are looking for new ways to dispose of garbage. When the city's incinerator closes, trash from seven counties will need to find a new home. (12/06/2004)
Food banks in Minnesota are seeing a decline in corporate donations. In the past, food banks have gotten surplus from major food manufacturers. But in a weak economy, surplus items that normally would be donated have found a new, secondary market. (11/22/2004)