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Blackduck running back Lucas Reiplinger makes a sack in last week’s game against Pillager. (Audrey Zimmerman - The American)
Blackduck football falls to Pillager
11 min 33 sec ago
Dad’s Day breakfast set for Oct. 8
1 hour 28 min ago
State to host student success meeting in Bemidji
2 hours 7 min ago
First City Squares offers lessons
2 hours 44 min ago
Faith briefs -- Sept. 23
3 hours 59 min ago
Vehicle strikes Moorhead High student in crosswalk near school
6 hours 59 min ago
UPDATE: Minot police arrest 14-year-old on school shooting threat
7 hours 59 min ago
At the end of a news conference, Helen Meyer, chair of the board of trustees at Mitchell Hamline School of Law and a former justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, and Diane Galatowitsch, a third-year student at the school who runs the self-help clinic, prepare to break a bottle of champagne on the bus in St. Paul on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. (Pioneer Press: Jean Pieri)
Law school unveils state’s first legal services van
8 hours 59 min ago
September 29, 2016
The Tim Hortons restaurant in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, from the company's media photos on its website.
Tim Hortons is building in Brainerd
11 hours 14 min ago
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Mayville, N.D., man sinks putt heard around the golf world at Ryder Cup
13 hours 41 min ago
Volunteers and performers led a walk through Greenwood Cemetery telling stories about select individuals buried there Thursday during the Voices of the Past Cemetery Walk. Pictured is Patty Lester, who portrayed May Given, a county public health nurse. (Maggi Stivers | Bemidji Pioneer) play button
Historical society brings back cemetery walk
13 hours 58 min ago
Bemidji man charged with arson
18 hours 1 min ago
EDUCATION: Hess to receive leadership award from Minnesota Association of School Administrators
18 hours 20 min ago
Scientists urge further review of Dakota Access
18 hours 24 min ago
Dr. Roland Kehr (left) helps DNR forester Alex Brothen measure the circumference of his eastern (Canadian) hemlock Tuesday at his home at 723 North Fourth Street in Brainerd. Kehr is settling a 40-year-old question of whether or not his tree is a state record and belongs on the Big Tree Registry. Steve Kohls/ Brainerd Dispatch
Record-seeking hemlock: North Brainerd tree is contender
19 hours 45 min ago
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