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Wanda Roff is this year’s ambassador for cancer survivors for Saturday’s Relay for Life at the Sanford Center. She will be part of a group who will donate their hair to Locks for Love during the event. Roff purchased her Honda motorcycle three years ago as a treat to herself for remaining cancer free.  Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer
Striking a blow against cancer: Beltrami County Relay for Life on Saturday at Sanford Center
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(Left to right) Katie Meulebroeck, assistant manager of The Old Schoolhouse; Lois Dale, owner of The Old Schoolhouse and Diane Halverson, owner and instructor at Diane’s Dance Studio.

BEMIDJI — In the early 1970s, Lois Dale and Diane Halverson, mother and daughter, were searching the Bemidji area for building that could be used as dance studio.
Halverson ...

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. ...

Looking to contact the Pioneer about a question or submit information for publication?  Readers can call (218) 333-9200 for service, but here are a number of ways we can ...