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Thankful for community: Public meals bring out the best in Bemidji
At home with Anders: Bemidji family celebrates first Thanksgiving with newborn son
Ready for the rodeo
BSU’s summer Ojibwe immersion camp earns national award
Red Lake students meet Chelsea Clinton
INDOOR FOOTBALL: Axemen axed from IFL
MEN'S HOCKEY: Beavers score three goals in the third to top Huntsville 4-1
TOUGH ROAD BACK: Big BSU forward Dickman makes quick recovery from Achilles injury to contribute this season
No age limits for members of senior bowling league
CHASING MOM: Second-generation Beavers Hanna and Haley Zerr following in mom’s record-setting footsteps
Paul Robert "Hutt" Stillday
Darlene Marie Needham
Leonard "Sonny" McDougall
Sylvester "Vesty" Raymond Poxleitner
John Eggers: ‘Over the River and Through the Woods’
Sacred substances: Food as our way to give thanks
PATT RALL COLUMN: Another jewel in the crown for BSU Music Department
PAUL NELSON COLUMN: Don’t expect to start ice fishing soon
John Eggers: Are your children engaged?
OFF THE RECORD Review: ‘Fargo’ Season Two, Episode Seven: Did You Do This? No, You Did It!
OFF THE RECORD BLOG: Bemidji’s Stoner Avenue signs appear on top 10 ‘Commonly Stolen Street Signs’ list
Off The Record REVIEW: ‘Fargo’ Season Two, Episode Six: Rhinoceros
Rock band Styx to headline Lakes Jam 2016
Off The Record Blog: They Are Bringing Back Mystery Science Theater 3000
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
Cougars make a Midwest comeback, but likely won't boom in Minnesota
Patricia Jesperson: Private-sector Rx for workforce woes
Will Durst: How many turkeys died for your dinner?
Byron York: A gift to 2016 GOP candidates
Rich Lowry: The president’s sanctimony on Syrian refugees
Cokie & Steven V. Roberts: No place for amateurs
October 24, 2015
Wallert to speak at BSU lecture series
BEMIDJI -- For the last 25 years, Dr. Mark Wallert, associate professor of biology at BSU, has guided undergraduates through real-world research experiences that have shown them what it means to be working scientists. As a new member of its biology faculty, Wallert is running his...
News / local
October 24, 2015 - 3:23pm
October 14, 2015
Oooo. . . it’s Oobleck: Bemidji Middle School class super sizes experiment (w/ video)
BEMIDJI -- It’s white. It feels like mud when you dip your hand slowly in, like a brick wall when you clench your fist and punch it: Oobleck...
News / local
October 14, 2015 - 6:04pm
January 25, 2015
PATRICK GUILFOILE: Bad luck and cancer
Cancer is very common. At least a third of us will have a brush with it at some point in our lives. We've learned a great deal about the causes of cancer over the past couple of decades. In general, some change in our DNA or a change in the regulation of our DNA ultimately causes...
January 25, 2015 - 12:00am
November 3, 2014
Fire in the sky: Meteor sightings Sunday has area abuzz
BEMIDJI -- Reed Olson was out at Ruttger's on Sunday when he just happened to look up at the right spot at the right moment. "It was about 4:45 so the sky was bright and blue and I saw it -- it didn't look like a meteor at night, which is normally orange or yellowish white --...
News / local
November 3, 2014 - 9:25pm
November 2, 2014
Patrick Guilfoile: Why is cancer so uncommon in humans?
If you know the statistics about cancer, the title of the article probably strikes you as odd or just plain wrong. The fact that about 40 percent of people in the U.S. eventually develop some form of cancer seems to remove the disease from the “uncommon” category. Yet if you...
November 2, 2014 - 12:24am
July 13, 2014
Patrick Guilfoile: Do our brains make us weak?
One of the big questions in evolutionary biology is why we are so different compared to our closest living relative, the chimpanzee. Even though we are genetically very similar, there are great differences in outward appearance, behavior, culture and other characteristics. Consequently,...
July 13, 2014 - 12:00am
August 27, 2013
Tina Dupuy: The creationist with an iPhone paradox
Americans believe in science. Generally, most of us have faith in medicine. A majority of Americans, though ever-thinning, tell pollsters they’re religious and yet we’ve reached virtual consensus about going to the hospital when we’re sick. We are, in some cases, obligated...
opinion / commentary
August 27, 2013 - 11:54pm