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Shawl dancer Alexis Jones participates in the 41st annual Bemidji State University Council of Indian Students Pow-Wow Saturday afternoon. She was one of 232 dancers registered for the first session. 16 drum groups performed over the weekend. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

BSU Council of Indian Students Pow-Wow popular event, continues today

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BEMIDJI — Hundreds of people adorned in vibrant, jingling regalia danced to the beat of 15 vivacious drum circles accompanied by human harmonies in the John Glas Fieldhouse at BSU Saturday afternoon. The first grand entry for the 41st annual Pow-Wow had 232 registered dancers, more were anticipated at the evening performance after the feast.

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Crystal Dey
Crystal Dey covers crime, courts and Beltrami county government for The Bemidji Pioneer. Originally from Minnesota’s Iron Range, Dey has worked for the Echo Press in Alexandria, Minnesota, The Forum in Fargo, North Dakota, The Tampa Tribune in Tampa, Florida, the Hartford Courant in Hartford and West Hartford News in West Hartford, Connecticut. Dey studied Mass Communications at Minnesota State University Moorhead with an emphasis in Online Journalism. Follow Crystal Dey on Twitter @Crystal_Dey.
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