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Snow falls, and slippery roads follow
Local food shelf, shelter and family program all receive grants
Crime report for 11-30
U-Morris student died of ‘undetermined causes’
State lifts poultry exhibition ban
VIDEO: BSU women prepare for home-and-home series with UND
BEAVERS: Best named NSIC North player of the week
BOYS PREP BASKETBALL: Despite 11-point loss, Bemidji takes plenty of positives
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Beaver men hold on in NSIC opener in Crookston
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Crookston hands BSU women first loss of the season
Roger Alan Knopps
Arlene "Sis" Abrahamson
Emmie K. Lutz
John Eggers: You know it’s winter in Minnesota when...
Patt Rall Column: Let's all be thankful, no matter how small the blessing
Cyndi Fenske: December is a busy month at the Bemidji Public Library
Sacred substances: Food as our way to give thanks
John Eggers: ‘Over the River and Through the Woods’
OFF THE RECORD Review: ‘Fargo’ Season Two, Episode Eight: Loplop
ART BRIEFS - SUNDAY NOV. 29
OFF THE RECORD Review: ‘Fargo’ Season Two, Episode Seven: Did You Do This? No, You Did It!
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Off The Record REVIEW: ‘Fargo’ Season Two, Episode Six: Rhinoceros
Blane Klemek: Minnesota owls are hunters of the night
Bemidji second-grader lands 55-inch muskie during birthday trip
PAUL NELSON FISHING COLUMN: It's safe to go shopping, but not ice fishing
Blane Klemek: Once swarming the prairies, bison are still a sight to behold
Rare bird spotted in Minnesota, last sighting reported 21 years ago
Pioneer Editorial: The lights are still on in Bemidji
Rich Lowry: Grateful for what they hate
Cokie & Steven V. Roberts: Why is Trump still winning?
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Amendment purpose was to prevent national denomination
Rick Jensen: Clinton, Trump and political choice
Beltrami County Extension Master Gardeners
May 21, 2013
Wally Peck: New veggies gardeners can try
Gardeners can be a strange lot sometimes. While others are anxiously awaiting the latest spring fashions or looking for the new cars in the showroom, gardeners get excited about new plant varieties. The promises in the seed catalogs are for bigger, tastier, earlier, showier or...
May 21, 2013 - 11:14pm
May 14, 2013
Master Gardener: Penstemon can offer season-long color
By Mary Lou Marchand Special to the Pioneer Penstemon or beardtongue, are steadily growing in popularity with gardeners. The tubular blossoms remind us of foxgloves but more varieties of penstemon are reliably hardy in our climate. Given the proper conditions, these plants will...
May 14, 2013 - 11:39pm
April 30, 2013
Wally Peck: Keep an eye on the herbicides
The phone call went something like this: "Last spring I bought new starter mix and planted my tomato seeds like I usually do. Very few germinated and the seedlings that came up died. What did I do wrong?" Last year, there were many questions like that in periodicals, extension...
April 30, 2013 - 11:55pm
April 23, 2013
Jan Maas: Growing blueberries in Northern Minnesota
Blueberries are becoming an increasingly popular fruit to grow in our Northern Minnesota region. Their health benefits are well known, being rich in antioxidants as well as providing 300 percent of the recommended amount of vitamin C in each one cup serving. Blueberry bushes are also...
April 23, 2013 - 11:09pm
April 16, 2013
Wally Peck: ‘Why can’t I grow that here?’
With the flurry of seed and plant catalogs we get every winter comes the nagging question every gardener has: I wonder if that plant will make it here? Many catalogs and nurseries are very good about clearly labeling their plants for zone recommendations; however, some are not. With...
April 16, 2013 - 11:19pm
March 15, 2013
Master Gardeners receive awards
BEMIDJI – The Beltrami County Extension Master Gardeners recently received awards for their years of service in providing horticulture advice...
March 15, 2013 - 4:28pm