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BEMIDJI -- Over at Rail River Folk School, a food truck operates on the weekends, selling locally-made burritos from organic ingredients. The food is made by the two owners/operators, Leslie Arndt and Julia Oxenreider. The place has a unique name: Foiled Rotten. "My friend came up with it a long time ago," Oxenrider said. "Back when we were first dreaming of starting a food truck. It was kind of a thought floating around that wasn't really anything. "We were just thinking of names for fun and she came up with that.
BEMIDJI -- The Minnesota Adult Career Pathway program offers an opportunity for people to expand their knowledge in construction trade jobs. It's a free program offered at Northwest Technical College through a partnership with the college, Rural Minnesota CEP, Inc. and Adult Basic Education and Area Businesses. According to students Donovan Hanchon and Benjamin Meat, the appeal was the free nine credits.
BEMIDJI — Classic rock band Chicago performed Sunday evening at the Sanford Center.
BEMIDJI — How many songs will Chicago be playing tonight? Probably in the 25 range, not six to four of them. Rest assured, the classic rock band is set to...
BEMIDJI — Crime. Corruption. Murder. Ah jeez, it’s happening in Bemidji. A fictional Bemidji that is. About half of “Fargo,” the 10-episode FX Television series adaptation of the 1996 Academy...
BEMIDJI -- Much of "Fargo" may take place in Bemidji, but that doesn't necessarily mean everyone in Bemidji embraces "Fargo." There were definitely mixed feelings by Bemidjiians about the 10-episode series that debuted Tuesday night. While some liked the national spotlight, others thought the subject matter was a bit much. Bemidji Mayor Rita Albrecht said the show as a bit on the dark side.