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Buck Theodore Eide, 19, of Bemidji, has been sentenced for his role in a July 7, 2006, car crash that seriously injured a Bemidji woman. Eide pleaded guilty Oct. 23 and was sentenced Nov. 26 for gross misdemeanor criminal vehicular operation resulting in bodily harm. The charge had been reduced from a serious felony of criminal vehicular operation resulting in great bodily harm. He was sentenced to one year in jail with 335 days stayed for six years, placed on supervised probation and ordered to pay or work off a $50 fine.
It has been said that a successful marriage takes a team effort -but for Nate and Jamie Haskell, they take that idea to the next level. The Haskells today begin competing together in the U.S. Mixed Doubles Championship at the Bemidji Curling Club. A curling team typically is composed of four individuals, but for the Mixed Doubles Championships, each team will consist of a pair of competitors. Or, in the Haskells' case, one married couple.
Icy roads contributed to crash Wednesday on U.S. Highway 2 in which a Bemidji woman was seriously injured. According to the Minnesota State Patrol out of Thief River Falls, Monika Tibbets, 63, of Bemidji, was a passenger in a vehicle heading west on U.S.
The driver of the vehicle that rolled Wednesday on U.S. Highway 2 has been identified. Anton Tibbets, 24, of Bemidji was driving the 1991 Dodge Dakota, which rolled while the vehicle was heading west on an icy Highway 2. He lost control of the vehicle and rolled into the median, according to the State Patrol out of Thief River Falls. Monika Tibbets, 63, of Bemidji, a passenger in the vehicle was seriously injured in the crash, according to the State Patrol.
The Bemidji City Council unanimously voted to support the Joint Economic Development Commission - but not until after a previous motion to terminate the agreement failed. Historically, the council has approved three-year agreements with the JEDC and contributed $20,000 a year. Due to a mistake, the JEDC this year was acting for retroactive approval and funding for 2007, plus $25,000 a year for 2008 and 2009.
Two of the three suspects in Friday's drive-by shooting have been charged. Jesus Thomas Ali, 21, of St.
Don't call it the parks and recreation commission. Due to a "nay" vote from Councilor Jerry Downs, the name will remain the Parks and Trails Commission. The name of the commission was inadvertently changed to the Parks and Trails Commission during the recodification of the Bemidji City Code, which was adopted Aug.
Bemidji is already meeting a new requirement for phosphorus discharge, yet the City Council on Monday decided to contribute $1,000 to a fight against the new level restriction. The Coalition of Greater Minnesota, to which Bemidji belongs, is threatening a lawsuit with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency over its new requirement for all new or expanding wastewater treatment facilities to meet a 1 milligram per liter phosphorus limit.
The city of Bemidji has proposed a levy increase of 9.9 percent for 2008. During a Truth in Taxation hearing at Bemidji City Hall Monday, Finance Director Ron Eischens explained the levy increase and answered questions from the City Council. One resident attended the hearing, but did not ask questions or address the council. The City Council will adopt the final budget during its Dec. 17 meeting.
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