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Number crunching: Officials look to build additional school space without raising taxes
New kind of dental profession slowly takes root
Snustads give Win-E-Mac gets biggest gift ever: School district says $2 million endowment will pay for scholarships, programs
Park Rapids students using iPads for school
Court report for Dec. 8
BOYS BASKETBALL: Buffalo races past Bemidji 81-51
MEN'S BASKETBALL: Beavers spoil Bowen's return again, top Minnesota-Duluth 90-79
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Bemidji State rallies from 23-point deficit but falls short against Minnesta-Duluth
MEN'S HOCKEY: For the second straight game, Bemidji State and Michigan Tech skate to 2-2 tie
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Rosenbloom’s big game lifts Beavers over Huskies
Frank Edward Spears
Nancy Ann Allen
Cecelia Marie Drouillard "Muckwa-wii-da-se-maad-equat-wan" which means "Bear who walks with the women",
Local authors to sign books
Pioneer Previews for Dec. 8: Music, music, everywhere for today, week
Author plans talk on how Pearl Harbor hit small-town Minnesota
Art briefs for Dec. 5
'The King and I' opens Friday
Blane Klemek: How animals survive the chilly winter months
Paul Nelson: Heavy snow hampers development of ice on Bemidji area lakes
Trumpeter swans shot near Detroit Lakes; DNR seeks public’s help
Blane Klemek: Do bears hibernate? The truth about outdoor myths
Paul Nelson: Ice fishing season has arrived for Bemidji area anglers
Letter: Recent weather calls global warming in question
Letter: Historical Society’s bonfire was a big success
Richard Hanson: Reinventing Northwest Technical College
Arlene Getz: Mandela’s message of reconciliation
State should increase funding for disability services
Scotty Allison: What veterans need to know about dental care and the VA
Your Health: Cholesterol levels and your health
Arland O. Fiske: The Scandinavian colleges in America
John Eggers: How to have the best Christmas ever
Paul Ericsson: Santa will be coming to the Bemidji Library this month
April 29, 2012
Don't chuck the celery ... make some tasty soup
Any other time, I wouldn't give a second glance to a recipe for celery soup. I use celery when I make a pot of stock, and sometimes I add it...
April 29, 2012 - 12:00am
March 4, 2012
Watercress takes center stage in colorful, flavorful soup
Whether Irish or not, as March 17 approaches, many home cooks start thinking green. Food coloring and sprinkles turn cookies and cupcakes into...
March 4, 2012 - 12:05am
January 1, 2012
Resolving to eat some Yellow Pea Soup
It's clear the time for resolutions is here. As I lay on the couch recovering from the stomach flu just a couple of days after Christmas, I saw...
January 1, 2012 - 12:00am
October 23, 2011
Take the chill out with Creamy Tomato Basil Soup
Fall is slowly settling in. As I write, the sky is charcoal gray with ribbons of white bleeding into the darkness. The sun poked through a break...
October 23, 2011 - 12:00am
October 9, 2011
It's a pasta impostor: Spaghetti squash takes the spotlight in soup
Hard-skinned winter squash is at its best right now. I enjoy browsing through the farmers markets and picking my way through bins at the grocery...
October 9, 2011 - 12:00am
August 14, 2011
Watermelon soup? That's cool.
Cooks all over the United States have been challenged for more than a month with sweltering heat. A reader in Texas asked me if I could publish...
August 14, 2011 - 10:00am
April 3, 2011
From bog to bowl: Watercress inspires creamy soup
Watercress often goes unnoticed in the produce department at the grocery store, maybe because there's usually not much of it. Its scarcity could...
April 3, 2011 - 12:00am
January 2, 2011
Bean Soup: Have another bowl
It's funny that I always seem to think of my dad when I make bean soup. It's not because he was an expert with the soup pot. Far from it. My...
January 2, 2011 - 12:00am