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MONTE DRAPER \ BEMIDJI PIONEER (From left) Jeff Lueken, Joe Lueken, Rick Phillips and Bemidji Area Schools Superintendent Jim Hess helped unveil a new program, Safe Schools Ambassadors, on Thursday afternoon. Philips is the executive director and founder of Community Matters that developed the anti-bullying program that will be implemented in the elementary schools later this fall.

Blocking out bullying: New program launched to help curb bullying in Bemidji schools

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BEMIDJI -- Bullying is an epidemic that continues growing and mutating, now skewing younger, becoming meaner and spreading electronically, an anti-bullying advocate said Thursday while visiting Bemidji.

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