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County approves 7.67 percent preliminary levy increase
Dayton, Franken protest reinstatement; Nike halts gear sales in Twin Cities
'The job I was supposed to have': Community Ed director honored with state recognition
Willmar man killed in crash with truck
VOLLEYBALL: BSU rallies in third set but is swept in home opener
VOLLEYBALL: Bemidji has fun in win over Roseau
SWIMMING: Lumberjacks cruise past Warroad
BOYS SOCCER: St. Cloud Cathedral tips Lumberjacks 1-0
TENNIS: BHS tops Detroit Lakes, Crookston
Donald Julius Schmeckpeper
Valerie Ann Vorderbruggen
Elizabeth "Betty" Schwartz
Shop, collect for winter gift-giving
John Eggers: Who do you encourage in this world?
Patrick Guilfoile: Malaria, mosquitoes and fatal attraction
Consider cover crops
Art Lee: The demolition of ‘a fine old lady’ — a historical landmark gone (alas?)
From concept to concerts: Long-planned Minnesota Orchestra residency is this week
Common Chords schedule
Pioneer Previews: Community Theater’s ‘On Golden Pond’ opens Friday
Artist works on mural
The Beach Boys officially coming to Bemidji
A half-century of wilderness: 1964 federal law set stage for the second ‘W’ in BWCAW
Blane Klemek: Oh, to be a bird for a day? Count me in
Paul Nelson: Boat control is important when fishing in the fall
Paul Nelson: Fish are constantly looking for abundant food sources
Paul Nelson: Slower presentations are effective as summer turns to fall
Letter: Jumpsuit, hood took BSU protest too far
Letter: Comic encourages children to smoke
Rich Lowry: Where’s the strategy to defeat ISIS?
Cokie & Steven V. Roberts: The health of democracy
Pioneer Editorial: AIS find is all too common
April 19, 2014
Letter: Questioning the role of literature in education
A recent Pioneer article by Crystal Dey quotes Bemidji Schools Superintendent James Hess on the subject of having “high school seniors graduate with a completion certificate they can present to potential employers.” She quotes him as saying “To me that’s a lot better than...
opinion / letters
April 19, 2014 - 11:24pm
December 26, 2012
Children’s book will help missionary work on Montana reservation
BEMIDJI – Why would a young Native American man of Mohawk heritage leave his home in Bagley to pursue a missionary career on the Flathead Reservation in Montana? The answer to that question has its genesis in a vision that Earl Shongo, Jr. saw when he was 13 and attending a youth...
news / local
December 26, 2012 - 11:11pm
October 12, 2012
Booth to have stories in two anthologies
Bemidji native Roy C. Booth will have three short stories published in two upcoming anthologies from Scarlett River Press of Lindsay, Ontario. A continuation of the introduction from the 1865 classic “The Book of Werewolves,” “Sabine Baring-Gould and the Werewolf” will be...
October 12, 2012 - 7:35pm
‘Diaphanous’ cover artist wins award
BRIGHTON, England —Daniele Serra has won the 2012 British Fantasy Award for Best Artist. He was the cover artist for the book “Diaphanous” by Roy C. Booth of Bemidji and R. Thomas Riley of Minot, N.D. The 2012 British Fantasy Awards were presented Sept. 30 at Fantasy Con by...
October 12, 2012 - 7:17pm
October 8, 2012
E-books a hit at Bemidji Public Library
BEMIDJI – Danae Meyer was excited about the possibility of downloading a new e-book to her iPad Monday afternoon, though she struggled to find...
news / local
October 8, 2012 - 11:50pm
September 24, 2012
A Christmas dream: Author, illustrator team up for children’s book
BEMIDJI – Draw closer, young and old, to hear Of Santa and his flying deer, Of how an angel, seedpod small, Brought kindly Santa to us all....
news / local
September 24, 2012 - 11:19pm