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A hairy woodpecker stops for snack at a feeder on Tuesday morning at Lake Bemidji State Park. (Jillian Gandsey | Bemidji Pioneer)
Paula Anderson, owner of Sterling Carpet One Floor & Home, accepted a shadow box containing Sept. 11 steel from Ground Zero from retired New York firefighter Tom Delpino, who represents...
Bemidji High School students cheer on the Bemidji High School football team Friday against Sauk Rapids-Rice. (Jillian Gandsey | Bemidji Pioneer)
A group of about 50 cyclists traveled through Bemidji Thursday on the Mississippi River Trail to celebrate its completion. The trail spans from the Mississippi headwaters in Itasca State Park...
The Bemidji Area Mountain Bikers decided to give themselves a name last summer. “We had a big group of people that rode a lot, and there was just no real...
Justen Berttunen cleans up the work site at 1207 Bemidji Ave. N. where a future low-income home is being built through the YouthBuild program through Bi-CAP. He and three others were working on the basement of the home on Monday afternoon.
AJ Biermaier (left) helps freshman Morgan Winslow of Blaine with move-in day paperwork on Friday outside of Oak Hall at BSU. JILLIAN GANDSEY | BEMIDJI PIONEER
BLACKDUCK—The Blackduck City Council voted Monday to support creating a fund to help offset costs for a 113-year-old trestle bridge severely damaged by arson on April 13 in Blackduck. City Administrator Christina Regas met with the Bemidji-based Northwest Minnesota Foundation following a work session between the council, the Department of Natural Resources and the Department of Transportation on July 30. "In order to get it rolling, the city just needs to support it," Regas said Monday, noting there does need to be $2,000 in startup funds, which can come from the city or other entities
Coach Troy Hendricks addresses the Bemidji High School football team after the first half of practice on Monday at BHS. To see a video from practice, click here .
Brian Hiller from the Bemidji State biology department, along with others, placed geolocators on purple martins Wednesday.