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Klander joins BSU Foundation staff in Twin Cities
Shepherd named manager at RiverWood Bank
UPS honors Thompson
Carlson earns customer service honor
Kaquatosh receives industry award
AXEMEN: After QB Owens leaves to play baseball, backup White, WR Balentine will pick up slack this week at Green Bay
COLLEGE HOCKEY: Minnesota Duluth, St. Cloud, North Dakota all move on to regional finals
WOMEN'S HOCKEY: Scanlan named USCHO national coach of the year
INDOOR FOOTBALL: After slow start, Axemen running back Kalokoh starting to crank it up
MEN'S HOCKEY: Former BSU defensman Prapavessis to sign with AHL Rochester
Russell Eugene Michalek
Laurie Jean Hanson
Raymond A. Theisen
James "Jim" Earl Hannigan
Ervin A. Jacobson
Blane Klemek: Ruffed grouse are the drummers of the woods
MASTER GARDENERS COLUMN: How best to protect the pollinators
John Eggers: The winter adventures of Simon and Simone
Patrick Guilfoile: Does finger length point to agreeableness?
MOLLY MIRON COLUMN: One of the most difficult, but most honored times of my career
Welcome to the 'Thunder' dome: Celtic Thunder to hit the stage Tuesday
Pioneer Previews: Oxcars on tap today
Art briefs - Sunday March 22
Art briefs - Sunday March 15
An extravaganza of guests: BSU, Headwaters to host variety of musicians this week
READER PHOTO: Sundog in the afternoon
PAUL NELSON COLUMN: Don't give up on ice fishing season just yet
PAUL NELSON COLUMN: Meltdown makes things tricky for ice anglers
Photo of the Day: Pussy Willows
Blane Klemek: The northern cardinal is indeed a popular bird
Gerhardson birthday celebration
Georgie Anne Geyer: Democracy still has a chance in Tunisia
Danny Tyree: It’s not a war on Easter, but...
Will Durst: A Bush, Clinton rematch?
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Why Congress wrote that letter to Iran
Rick Jensen: Bibi reveals Obama’s hypocrisy
January 4, 2015
'Kudos for Kids' a book of fun and family
BEMIDJI -- What started out as a family project back in the 1960s has found its way into a published book by a well-known Bemidji board member of learning in youth to senior non-profits who wanted to renew interest in reading to the young. Perhaps becoming a grandmother again spurred...
January 4, 2015 - 12:14am
Pioneer Previews: Arts for all tastes coming up
With the dawn of the New Year, new initiatives are beginning to raise interest in the lull of wintertime. For example, the highly successful fundraiser for the Beltrami County History Center played to a full house, as who doesn't like to play "Clue?" What is even more interesting...
January 4, 2015 - 12:00am
December 21, 2014
Pioneer Previews: Dregni reads perfect for holiday break
This time of year, we turn inward toward our family and friends to continue our holiday traditions or start ones with newly established familial relationships. The concerts are done, presents still need to be wrapped — we're using bags this year to save some time for relaxing...
December 21, 2014 - 12:22am
December 14, 2014
Booking signing set for Woolen Mills
BEMIDJI -- Two books by a local author have been issued in new editions from a new publisher. In celebration of that, local author Susan Carol Hauser will sign copies of the books, "Wild Rice: An Essential Guide to Cooking, History, and Harvesting" and "Wild Sugar: The Pleasures...
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December 14, 2014 - 12:48am
September 7, 2014
PIONEER PREVIEWS: A chance to bond over the 'Pond'
Coming up quickly are some events that will tempt you to take the children and help them start their memory boxes; strains of the string section, a line from a play that might impact their relationship with family or any other aesthetic encounter. • "On Golden Pond," a production...
September 7, 2014 - 1:45am
Rescinding a toxic tale: Local author adds cross-cultural twist to Cinderella story
BEMIDJI -- Cinderella isn't always a blond-haired, blue-eyed English girl. Not the way Peter Marino tells the story. The author has fused the timeless tale of transformation with local lore to produce "CinderFace: A Children's Ojibwe Poem." The 13-scene poem centers around nine...
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September 7, 2014 - 1:45am
July 27, 2014
'Northern Bass' should be caught at Lake Bemidji State Park
• If you enjoy the music of the 50s and 60s, "stroll" on over to the amphitheater of Lake Bemidji State Park. A family group from Akeley -- Northern Bass -- will be rockin' and rollin' at 1:30 p.m. as part of the 2014 Lake Bemidji Concert Series. Headwaters School of Music and the...
July 27, 2014 - 12:11am
Ripe for reading: Not too late for summertime reading with local, regional authors
BEMIDJI -- July is almost gone, but there still time left to settle down with a good book on the pontoon or the deck and enjoy some summertime reading. Speaking of pontoons, have you seen the book "Goodnight Loon" by Abe Sauer, which is soon to be sold at Big River Scoop in...
July 27, 2014 - 12:00am
July 6, 2014
The 'contrary warrior': Born in Red Lake, Adam Fortunate Eagle is bound for the history books
Adam Fortunate Eagle is awaiting another film crew, expected to arrive later in the week. This particular group, coming from Frankfurt, Germany,...
July 6, 2014 - 12:09am
June 11, 2014
Red Door Bookstore hits milestone; Volunteer program passes $100,000 in sales
BEMIDJI-- The Red Store Bookstore is red hot with success. The bookstore has surpassed the $100,000 mark reaching $100,176.63 in sales by...
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June 11, 2014 - 12:14am
June 10, 2014
UPDATED: Pioneer Previews: Right time for 'She Wrights'; event moved to Rail River Folk School
A performance of songs, theater and films written by women will be the premiere event of the newest established arts nonprofit organization in Bemidji. It will start at 2 p.m. at the Rail River Folk School, 303 Railroad St. SW, Bemidji. Cate and Al Belleveau are quickly working...
June 10, 2014 - 9:50am