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Results are in for new Red Lake Tribal Council member
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Shakeup at Bemidji Airport Authority Board
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Plane catches fire after crash in Longville
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Thief River Falls man faces sexual assault charges
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Morrison County aid approved
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Crime report for Sept. 16
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Bemidji fire calls for Sept. 11-14
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Road work on Bemidji Avenue starts Monday
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Daily arrests for Sept. 12-17
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The Bemidji Sculpture Walk piece "Agent Orange" was reported damaged Sunday morning in this photo from the Bemidji Police Department. (Submitted Photo)
Vandals again damage sidewalk sculptures
September 16, 2014 - 4:30pm
Bemidji’s Kyle Johnson (11) fights for a header against St. Cloud Cathedral’s Collin Strong during Tuesday’s game. Cathedral won 1-0. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer
BOYS SOCCER: St. Cloud Cathedral tips Lumberjacks 1-0
September 16, 2014 - 11:22pm
'The job I was supposed to have': Community Ed director honored with state recognition
September 16, 2014 - 8:47pm
Bemidji Mayor Rita Albrecht (left) and Red Lake Tribal Chairman Darrell Seki participate in a meeting between the Bemidji City Council and Red Lake Nation Tribal Council on Monday in Bemidji. Longtime officials with both groups could not recall a meeting between the two having ever taken place before. (Zach Kayser | Bemidji Pioneer)
Bemidji City Council, Red Lake Tribal Council meet
September 15, 2014 - 10:38pm
Bob Franken: A lesson from the violence
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The summer issue of in magazine is now available throughout the Bemidji area.

in is a free lifestyle magazine published quarterly by The Bemidji Pioneer. Copies have made available at businesses ...

The Pioneer has a new app for iPad users.

BEMIDJI -- Readers of the Pioneer now have one more avenue to get their news. In an exclusive partnership with Lueken's Village Foods, the Pioneer now has an iPad app. ...

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