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BEMIDJI — The Bemidji VFW baseball team closed out its home slate Tuesday night with a doubleheader against Grand Rapids. And while Bemidji dropped the first game 7-1, the VFW...
THIEF RIVER FALLS — The Bemidji American Legion team is headed to the state tournament for the first time since 2011. After a thunderstorm wiped out Saturday’s scheduled game against...
BEMIDJI — The humidity was nearly oppressive Thursday afternoon, but the water breaks were relatively few. About 60 tennis players in grades six through eight took to the tennis courts...
BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji State men’s hockey program moved quickly to hire the newest member of the Beavers coaching staff. Less than a month after longtime assistant Ted Belisle announced he was leaving the program to take a scouting job with the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL, the Beavers announced on Wednesday that they have hired Eddie Olczyk Jr. to join head coach Tom Serratore and assistant Travis Winter behind the BSU bench.
BEMIDJI — The preseason accolades for the Bemidji State football team keep growing. The Beavers were ranked No. 19 in the Sporting News NCAA Division II Preseason Top 25 poll, which was released earlier this summer. Now, a BSU player is getting some individual attention from a national publication. Sophomore defensive back Gunner Olszewski was selected to Lindy’s Sports Magazine’s All-Division II second team.
The Bemidji Blue Ox amateur baseball team extended its win streak to 11 games with a pair of doubleheader sweeps this past weekend. The Blue Ox beat the Warroad Muskies...
Jodi Sandmeyer loves seeing the same faces over and over again. For 32 years, Sandmeyer has been a coach and a volunteer for nearly every sport offered by Special Olympics. She’s been with the organization in Bemidji since almost the very beginning.
BEMIDJI -- With more than 130 athletes of all ages, the Special Olympics Bemidji team is one of the largest in the state. Such a large team would be almost impossible to achieve without an also large group of dedicated volunteers.
Well, here we go again. As you might have heard, the question before our nation today is a dire one: Do we want four more years of relative harmony? Or do we want to blow up the system once again? I’m talking, of course, about the announcement earlier this week that Minnesota State Mankato had submitted an inquiry to join the National Collegiate Hockey Conference, expressing the desire to leave Bemidji State and the Western Collegiate Hockey Association behind.