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Jesse Anderson with Caleb Schute and their families march along Bemidji Avenue in the Walk to End Alzheimer's on Saturday morning in Bemidji. (Jillian Gandsey | Bemidji Pioneer)
Bemidji walks to end Alzheimer’s
3 hours 39 min ago
Luncheon and silent auction in Blackduck
11 hours 42 min ago
Falk new board chair of Bemidji Chamber board
12 hours 9 min ago
Mell joins Sanford Health Walker Clinic
12 hours 42 min ago
Boo Bash set for Oct. 28
12 hours 42 min ago
Houg awarded national scholarship
13 hours 42 min ago
BSU's social work program ranked
14 hours 2 min ago
Community Health Workers to gather at NTC
14 hours 26 min ago
Affinity Plus wins state award
14 hours 42 min ago
Paine named to national committee
14 hours 47 min ago
Ace on the Lake recognized as top performer
15 hours 2 min ago
Ambassadors visit REM North Star
15 hours 12 min ago
Ambassadors congratulate The Least of These
15 hours 42 min ago
September 23, 2016
The Wolfe Center, a nighttime shelter for chronic homeless inebriates in the former Headwaters Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Church, had an open house on Friday evening in Bemidji. (Jillian Gandsey | Bemidji Pioneer)
Homeless shelter ready for first full winter in operation
23 hours 25 min ago
U.S. Attorney Andrew M. Luger, center, (surrounded by from left, BCA Superintendant Drew Evans, Sterns County Sheriff John Sanner, and Special Agent in charge of the Minneapolis Division of the FBI, Richard Thornton) speaks at the microphone when officials announce federal child pornography charges stemming from the Jacob Wetterling investigation at the U.S. Federal Courthouse in Minneapolis on Thursday, October 29, 2015. (Pioneer Press: Jean Pieri)
It took DNA to crack the Jacob Wetterling case
September 23, 2016 - 5:50pm