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Moorhead police: New synthetic opioid U-47700 may have played role in apparent overdose death
1 hour 32 min ago
Pharmacy Phanatics Relay For Life team donates
1 hour 53 min ago
Relay for Life donation
1 hour 54 min ago
New van for Minnesota Chapter No. 7 DAV
1 hour 55 min ago
Dunlap supports Fern Township fundraiser
1 hour 57 min ago
First National Bank Bemidji Foundation donates to Churches United Inc.
1 hour 58 min ago
Laporte School receives grant to implement STEM carts
1 hour 59 min ago
Alash Ensemble
A leap of faith: BSU Department of Music concert series returns
2 hours 6 min ago
August 27, 2016
Nick Murray shows where it all began: one of his first brewers, which he and John Schott used to brew beer in his garage before pairing with Lakeside Brewery. The brewer now sits at Lakeside Tavern, and they plan to make small ‘mystery’ beer batches in it. KAYSEY PRICE / FORUM NEWS SERVICE
‘Brew boys’ bring new flavor: Beer hobby turns into obsession, business pairing
5 hours 31 min ago
Pipeline recognition event set for Sept. 3
6 hours 31 min ago
COUNTY GOVERNMENT: Making an impact
7 hours 31 min ago
Crews combing Alexandria lake for missing person
8 hours 54 min ago
Jim Rasmussen shows some of his gear he wears when he takes to the road on his motorcyle.
Motorcycle crash victim says gear saved his life: Without vest ‘no way he could have survived’ first responder says
8 hours 58 min ago
Godson, a 7-year- old boy from Jos, Nigeria, has a serious condition called Blount’s that cause his legs to painfully bow outward. Godson and his mother Martha have been staying with Steve and Kym Kovacic in Bemidji.  (Maggi Stivers | Bemidji Pioneer)
A godsend for Godson: Nigerian boy stays with Bemidji family as he undergoes surgery for rare disorder
9 hours 9 min ago
World Wide Day of Play set
15 hours 32 min ago