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Fundraiser helps homeless children
New book on the (food) shelf: Healthy choices cookbook available at Bemidji Community Food Shelf
TEAM Industries partners with more area schools
Ambassadors congratulate First Realty Real Living
Ambassadors congratulates Shannon Miller Agency
AXEMEN: Bemidji kicks off 2015 with four-time defending IFL champs
WRESTLING: Maas advances to semifinal in Class AAA state individual tournament
MEN'S HOCKEY: BSU gets road win at Ferris State, 2-1
WOMEN'S HOCKEY: Beavers take game one from Minnesota Duluth
TRACK: Bemidji State's Crummy sets PR at NSIC Indoor Championships
Lois June Merschman
Dwight Lyman Sandgren
Rev. Vernon A. Nelson
David M. Reinard
John Eggers: How cold is it?
Northland Stargazing: Open clusters, saints' days, and the vernal equinox
Cyndi Fenske: March into the Library
Patrick Guilfoile: Shining light on obesity
A NATIVE VOICE: Education: What is it?
Off The Record Blog: ‘Parks And Recreation’ Goes Out On A High Note
Pioneer Previews: Much to do as March approaches
Art briefs - Sunday Feb. 22
To play in Paris: Bemidji organist to perform this summer at Notre Dame Cathedral
Pioneer Previews: Time to 'Go for Baroque' with the BSO
Peterson, Northland Tackle honored by Fishing Hall of Fame
PAUL NELSON FISHING COLUMN: Anglers' attention turns to perch as season winds down
Blane Klemek: Here one day and gone the next
DNR to fly elk surveys in northwest Minnesota
PAUL NELSON COLUMN: Poutin’ time: 35th annual Eelpout Festival starts Friday
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Base transportation debate on solid data
Peter Funt: Trump is in the clown car
Bob Franken: Rudy’s love hatefulness
Byron York: White House traps itself in terrorism word games
Danny Tyree: ‘The Sound of Music’ turns 50
November 10, 2014
Doug Lewandowski: Caving in
I’m caving in … giving up … accepting the inevitable - resigned. - - - I AM a senior citizen. Sixty-eight looms on the horizon. I have been retired for three years now. It is not a bad gig. I get to do what I want to do, when I want to do it. No one tells me how I should dress,...
November 10, 2014 - 10:13pm
Missy Thomas: November is National Caregiver Awareness Month
Caregiving often takes many forms. If you provide things like transportation, housekeeping, personal care, financial support or other similar tasks to family, friends, neighbors, and/or loved ones, you are a Caregiver. According to the National Family Caregivers Association, family...
November 10, 2014 - 10:12pm
Sue Bruns: Small town cafes and the potato dumpling gang
In the past several weeks, I’ve made four trips to Fosston and East Grand Forks to supervise student teachers. One of the best perks about the trip is that it allows me time to try out small town cafés between stops. On my first trip, I selected the B-B Cafe in McIntosh, open...
November 10, 2014 - 10:11pm
November 9, 2014
Library Corner: Authors and stories abound at the Library
The hours of daylight may be getting shorter in November, but the library schedule of special events and services sure is a long one this month. At 10:30 a.m. Monday, we invite you to watch history come alive as illustrator Steve Stark combines art, history and presentation to...
November 9, 2014 - 12:23am
John Eggers: Let's go dancing
Here's a question that each candidate running for office should have been asked. "How would you make the world a better place?" Wouldn't that be a great question for each person to answer? What would you say? How would you make the world a better place? Thanks to Matt Harding,...
November 9, 2014 - 12:19am
November 8, 2014
Time to Give to the Max
What if your donation to United Way could be matched, making it worth twice the amount? This week it can! Donations to United Way of Bemidji Area through Give to the Max Day will be matched by an anonymous donor, up to $2,000. This Thursday, the Bemidji community is invited...
November 8, 2014 - 10:38pm
November 6, 2014
Helenruth Schuette: Gardeners prepare for winter’s rest
Helenruth Schuette Beltrami County Master Gardeners In the north, the harvest is over. Think about which garden goodies you and your family enjoyed most. Next spring, vow to be in better harmony with your harvest and plant these items. Look over new recipes this winter for your...
November 6, 2014 - 12:01am
November 2, 2014
Patrick Guilfoile: Why is cancer so uncommon in humans?
If you know the statistics about cancer, the title of the article probably strikes you as odd or just plain wrong. The fact that about 40 percent of people in the U.S. eventually develop some form of cancer seems to remove the disease from the “uncommon” category. Yet if you...
November 2, 2014 - 12:24am
John Eggers: Some deer camp jokes
Are you getting ready for deer camp? Have you prepared your list of things to take? Don’t forget your license and don’t forget to memorize a few deer camp jokes. If you don’t get your deer, you will get some good laughs — well, maybe. Lost In The Woods Two guys get lost...
November 2, 2014 - 12:22am
November 1, 2014
You can do it, too: Give to the Max
As the United Way campaign efforts begin to finalize, please be sure you have made your pledge or sent in your donation. The community campaign is truly that -- the community's campaign. Donating to United Way is one of your best opportunities to support the great work of this community's...
November 1, 2014 - 11:36pm
Fighting the urge to live in fear
On the darkest of nights, we try to prepare for them. We exercise caution, and with our senses heightened, scan from left to right, searching for any sign of them. When we finally feel at ease, get a good layout of the landscape, one pops out in front of us and halts. If we are...
November 1, 2014 - 11:36pm
October 28, 2014
Protecting deciduous trees, shrubs from winter damage
Minnesota's cold winters can damage deciduous trees and shrubs as well as the more obvious injuries to evergreens. Winter sun and wind can damage bark, branches and flower buds and prolonged cold can damage roots. One common injury is "sun scald," which is characterized by elongated...
October 28, 2014 - 11:56pm
October 26, 2014
John Eggers: Where are you going?
Albert Einstein was once traveling from Princeton on a train when the conductor came down the aisle, punching the tickets of every passenger. When he came to him, Einstein reached in his vest pocket. He couldn’t find his ticket, so he reached in his trouser pockets. It wasn’t...
October 26, 2014 - 12:43am
Scotty Allison: Veterans Office seeks family correspondence
Recently, it was announced that the Beltrami County Veterans Service Office will be collecting stories from county veterans and their families to support an ongoing project at the Minnesota State Capitol Mall. The project, which is called "the Minnesota Military Family Tribute," was...
October 26, 2014 - 12:41am