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With health care bill dead, Republicans turn to taxes
Audit: Minn. welfare programs have lax eligibility checks
Nurses ratify new contract with Sanford Bemidji
It's back: Minnesota Senate has plan to revive Real ID
Planned Parenthood sees brief reprieve after healthcare bill yanked
Adrian Peterson willing to take less money for right fit
Raskob's game-winner sends UMD into region final
BSU baseball games rescheduled
SDSU soccer adds BSU's Janssen to staff
MEN'S HOCKEY: Former Beaver O’Connor signs with Walleye
Marjorie Ann Fraki
Ruth Arlene (Smith) Evarts
Donald S. Ness
Edward Locke Gallagher
MASTER GARDENERS: Garden seed planning starts now
JOHN EGGERS COLUMN: Time for a love story
DELGADO COLUMN: Native American graves and repatriation protection emerge once again
JOHN EGGERS COLUMN: What about kids that don't want to learn?
PRIME TIME: Children's Time on Sunday morning
Donald Trump once called actress Emma Thompson for a date
'Wheel of Fortune' unfortunate guess goes viral
'Sesame Street' to welcome muppet character with autism
Kim Kardashian breaks silence on Paris robbery
Bemidji Symphony Orchestra presents 'Celtic Legends'
BLANE KLEMEK COLUMN: The BWCA: Memories of a special place of pure, natural beauty
PAUL NELSON COLUMN: Spring is here, and open water isn't too far behind
Catch-and-release walleye season for Mille Lacs Lake again this year
PAUL NELSON COLUMN: Reassess ice conditions every day and make safe decisions
BLANE KLEMEK COLUMN: The white pasque flower and horned lark-- harbingers of spring
Torry's Van Benefit
Don (Pail) Hill
'Bright sadness' describes Lenten journey at Fargo church
Planning the spring garden calendar
Fielding Questions: Rabbit damage can ruin evergreens
Phillips: Everything changes when kindness enters the room
Minding our Elders: Feeling useful integral to emotional health
February 3, 2017
PAUL NELSON: Bite for most fish has been spotty this season
A few inches of new snow was enough to help make travel on the lakes a little smoother by filling in some of the dead spaces between the bumps...
February 3, 2017 - 11:00pm
November 8, 2016
HITTINGER COLUMN: Alaska sweep shows what Beavers are made of
More than a few members of the Bemidji State men’s hockey team still weren’t sure what time it was on Tuesday. The Beavers had departed from...
November 8, 2016 - 11:51pm
August 18, 2016
PAUL NELSON COLUMN: Slower fall cooldown better for fishing
Warm summer days with highs in the 80s are absent from the extended forecast through next week, and they could be almost done for the summer. The last half of August and the first part of September can still get pretty warm, but there are already signs of fall creeping up on us from...
August 18, 2016 - 7:00pm
June 30, 2016
PAUL NELSON COLUMN: Busy weekend ahead for area lakes
The Fourth of July weekend is one of the busiest on the lakes in the Bemidji area. Anglers will be sharing the lakes with pleasure crafts of all kinds this weekend, especially if the weather cooperates. Surface water temperatures in the lakes finally exceeded 70 degrees this week....
June 30, 2016 - 10:28pm
June 23, 2016
PAUL NELSON COLUMN: Summer solstice means lots of fish are feeding
The summer solstice means these are the longest days of the year. The long days give the fish plenty of time to feed, so they don’t need to feed when the conditions are not favorable for whatever skills they use to catch their prey. The most efficient approach is for fish to rest...
June 23, 2016 - 7:34pm
May 5, 2016
PAUL NELSON COLUMN: Walleyes, sauger and pike season is May 14
The season for walleyes, sauger and northern pike opens next Saturday, May 14, for the Inland Waters of Minnesota. The season for stream trout in designated trout lakes also opens on May 14, with trout anglers required to purchase a trout stamp along with their fishing license. Surface...
May 5, 2016 - 10:59pm
February 2, 2016
HITTINGER COLUMN: Give it time, and North Star Cup will be a new Minnesota tradition
Minnesotans might turn up their noses about this sometimes, but when it comes to matters of hockey, Canadians usually have pretty sound opinions....
February 2, 2016 - 11:34pm
August 9, 2015
Blane Klemek: Meadowlarks and bobolinks continue to sing
Two of my favorite grassland nesting songbirds, the bobolink and meadowlark, are members of the blackbird family. The family, Icteridae, includes...
August 9, 2015 - 12:36am
October 22, 2014
COLUMN: Gophers series means a lot for BSU
A week after upsetting then-No. 2 North Dakota -- and having to wait for a long week of practice at home in Bemidji -- it would, perhaps, be...
October 22, 2014 - 10:51pm
March 20, 2014
HITTINGER COLUMN: College hockey changes hit home this weekend with Final Five, Big Ten Tourney
Anyone who skipped watching the first day of March Madness in favor of the Big Ten Network’s coverage of the inaugural Big Ten Hockey Tournament...
March 20, 2014 - 10:29pm
April 26, 2013
John R. Eggers: The Seven Teachings can help us all
Why so much tragedy and violence? The first thing my 96-year-old father said to me when I walked in the door to his house last week was, “Why do so many terrible things happen?” I don’t believe I answered it for him, but it is a good question. It does seem as if there are...
April 26, 2013 - 4:24pm
Ask A Trooper: Question about dogs in transport
Question: Thank you for your articles! I see a lot of pick-up trucks that have dogs walking loose and riding in the box. Isn’t that against the law? Please write about this for me. Thank you! Answer: Generally no, it is not against the law for dogs (or any animals, or humans for...
April 26, 2013 - 2:55pm
April 19, 2013
Jason Ogaard: Advice for online 2 factor authentication
A lot of my life exists in the digital world. My pictures are on Facebook and flickr and many other cloud services. My communication happens mainly via email or some type of instant messaging. I do my banking online, pay my bills online, watch TV online. The Internet is a pervasive...
April 19, 2013 - 5:13pm
Arland O. Fiske: Skansen – Sweden in miniature
If you could visit just one place in Sweden, where would you go? I’d suggest Skansen, an open-air museum that covers 75 acres. Two million people a year visit Stockholm’s greatest tourist attraction, twice as many people as live in Sweden’s capital city. Back in 1891 when Skansen...
April 19, 2013 - 4:28pm
Ask A Trooper: Question about reduced conflict intersections
Question: How do troopers, deputies and city police like the new style of intersections where drivers can’t go straight across another roadway, but instead have to take a right and go down a ways, then turn around and then make a right turn again? Also, what is the deal: left turns...
April 19, 2013 - 4:24pm