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Finding his voice: Sophomore D’Andre Gordon, who moved to Bemidji from Jamaica in 2013, serves on Minnesota Youth Council
Governor challenger happy with poll numbers
Chamber Ambassadors: Panache
September 19th Severe Weather
Chamber Ambassadors: Cattails Bar and Grill
FOOTBALL: Bemidji rolls past Sartell in battle of unbeatens
FOOTBALL: Beavers look for first win against high-powered Upper Iowa
BOYS SOCCER: Bemidji thumps Hibbing 7-0
BEAVERS ROUNDUP: Grenier named BSU women's hockey captain
TENNIS: Bemidji improves to 13-1 with win over Thief River Falls
Theodore Roman Anglesburg
Grayson James Waddell
Melba Vienna (Beighley) Rockensock
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
Paul Nelson: Fall is a perfect time to target muskies
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
Center keeps taking away more of our property taxes
Out-of-state contributions to candidate questioned
Claesson-Huseby works for the sake of the county
Michael Reagan Piling on the NFL
Gene Lyons: Theater of war unavoidable
October 10, 2013
Artist Terry Honstead explores all areas of art in her work
GULL LAKE — Terry Honstead has moved to Gull Lake, so don’t go looking for her studio on Lake Avenue in Bemidji this year. Honstead’s new studio is above a three-car garage with lots of open space so she can work on several different projects at the same time, which...
entertainment / art
October 10, 2013 - 12:14am
October 2, 2013
Local artist finds his niche in retirement
BEMIDJI — Retired and looking for a new hobby, Darrell Magnussen turned to an interest he had for sometime but never took very seriously — woodworking. He and his wife, Margo, spent four winters in Texas and he was fascinated by the men who were turning out segmented bowls....
October 2, 2013 - 11:46pm
October 18, 2012
Studio Cruise joins artists, patrons
BEMIDJI – It only took a couple of years from the initial idea of Gayle Quistgard and Cindy Habedank of VisitBemidji to become reality because...
news / local
October 18, 2012 - 11:43pm
October 17, 2012
Studio Cruise: Pottery, family come full circle for Boock
BEMIDJI – Josh Boock speaks about the guidance of his father, Ron Boock, during his formative years as the core reason why he is a potter today....
October 17, 2012 - 11:29pm
October 9, 2012
First City of Arts Studio Cruise: Artist’s work shares the story within
BEMIDJI — Marley Kaul is hoping that when people come to visit his studio during the First City of Arts Studio Cruise, they will come in close and examine the brush strokes and the colors and try to discover the story within. I am anticipating bright sunny days during the Studio...
October 9, 2012 - 8:55pm
October 3, 2012
Studio Cruise artist got her start at very young age
BEMIDJ – Ruth Ann Nordlund cannot remember a time when she was not making art. Her mother told her that at 3-years-old, she wanted to make...
October 3, 2012 - 8:20am
September 26, 2012
Studio Cruise artist’s work exalts the senses, intellect
BEMIDJI – When asked to name the genre or school of painting that Paula Swenson’s work most closely exhibits, philosopher Stephen Hicks...
September 26, 2012 - 11:54am