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Easter Egg hunt tradition continues
Honeywell helps Bemidji use less juice: “Energy audit” aimed at upping efficiency in public buildings
Bemidji School Board to hold ideation wrap-up meeting
Bar asks permission for kickboxing event, street dance
Republican Mills promotes ‘four pillars’ in campaign for Congress
BASEBALL: Beavers rally in game two to split doubleheader with Concordia
INDOOR FOOTBALL: Axemen let one slip away in bizarre fashion
SOFTBALL: MSU Moorhead walks off to sweep doubleheader from BSU
INDOOR FOOTBALL: Axemen receiver Browder is determined to find success
Softball: Beavers drop doubleheader at Northern
Colleen Jeanne Bitker
Orlyn "Ole" Risland
Mary Olive Scheuneman
Avielle Jane Johnson
Paul Algot Lundberg
Jason Ogaard: What is Heartbleed and who named it?
Scotty Allison: Travel rules can be tricky
John Eggers: Do you love your neighbor?
Mary Lou Marchand/Master Gardener: Annual vines bring garden variety
John Eggers: So, you think you have Alzheimer’s
Arts Briefs for 4/20/2014
A week to Chicago
Region 2 awards arts grants
Pioneer Previews: BSO to put on quite a show
Cantus comes to Bemidji
Famous snowy owl set free after rehab in Minnesota
Blane Klemek: Bluebirds are finally back in Minnesota
Winter Severity Index numbers top 180 in Bemidji area
Paul Nelson: Cold extends ice fishing season but accesses are deteriorating
Blane Klemek: Out on a crow ‘hunt’ with my father
Letter: Questioning the role of literature in education
Will Durst: Let’s get more ‘lethaler’
Michael Reagan: Don’t dump Pennsylvania’s governor
Joe Gandelman: Fall of the House of Bush?
Letter: Are stay-at-home moms being exploited?
September 21, 2013
Capitol Chatter: Judge happy more money lands in the courts
ST. PAUL — The new Minnesota Appeals Court chief judge says the court system looks financially better than a few years ago. "We can always use more," Edward Cleary said after Gov. Mark Dayton named him chief judge on Wednesday. Cleary, who has served on the Appeals Court...
September 21, 2013 - 10:26pm
August 1, 2013
MN notebook: Two sides disagree on property taxes bills
ST. PAUL — Minnesotans may receive lower property tax bills next year or local officials may keep those taxes the same. It all depends on who you ask, and neither side knows for sure. Republicans and Democrats continued their fight over taxes Tuesday as Democratic Gov....
August 1, 2013 - 12:22am
May 11, 2013
State budget talks continue, but no deal
ST. PAUL — Minnesota’s top Democratic politicians met Saturday, trying to figure out how to raise and spend $38 billion over the next two...
May 11, 2013 - 10:33pm
March 12, 2013
Legislative notebook: Dayton delays budget plan
ST. PAUL — Wrangling the numbers in a revised budget proposal forced Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton to postpone its release. His spokeswoman, Katharine Tinucci, on Tuesday tweeted the announcement will come “later in the week. Still working on final numbers.” The Democratic governor...
March 12, 2013 - 11:44pm
January 23, 2013
Dayton budget emphasizes new money for education, job
By Don Davis and Danielle Killey Forum News Service ST. PAUL — Nearly $730 million more would be available to education and jobs programs under a budget Gov. Mark Dayton proposes for the next two years. The plan Dayton released Tuesday would increase taxes about $2 billion. The...
January 23, 2013 - 1:16am
Questions remain on Dayton tax plan impact
By Danielle Killey and Don Davis Forum News Service ST. PAUL – Gov. Mark Dayton said tax changes he proposed Tuesday would not cost middle-class Minnesotans more money. Dayton said his state budget and tax reform plan is a starting point for conversation as the Minnesota Legislature...
January 23, 2013 - 1:03am
January 21, 2013
Dayton ready to deliver tax, spend package
By Don Davis and Danielle Killey ST. PAUL — If Minnesota Democrats ever are to see a state budget they like, today is the day. Gov. Mark Dayton is ready to announce his proposal at midday, giving Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Laborites the only chance they have had in a generation...
January 21, 2013 - 11:15pm