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Construction of the new football/soccer complex at Chet Anderson Stadium at Bemidji State University created a new problem bleachers coated with dirt. Shown left, BSU grounds keeper James Wizner and student worker Katie Pisiak work in tandem with power washers on Thursday afternoon.
June Biuener and Terry Thomas help unpacksome of the 800 boxes of books on Tuesday afternoon for the annual Library's Book Sale that begins today and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Bemidji Armory.
Jess Hannekel, Pine River, wore two hats at the Triple B Rodeo on Friday night as Minnesota High School Rodeo Queen and a fierce competitor in calf roping making a...
The Dragon Boat Festival got under way on Friday evening with a parade of teams and a new event "Sprint Races." The races begin at 9 a.m. today. Shown above Team "The Scourge" from Luekens Village Foods had some colorful characters.
Threatening storm clouds Tuesday evening led way to a beautiful sunset under the span of the Paul Bunyan State Trail bridge.
MONTE DRAPER \ BEMIDJI PIONEER The Beltrami County Fair's Bake-Off was on Thursday afternoon with more than 20 entrants in the wild rice, blueberry and chocolate categories. Shown left, judge Dan Voss savors the taste of a wild rise dish as Amanda Thomas gets her first taste.
Runners in the four day Celebration of Sobriety & Health ran through Bemidji on Wednesday night, shown left, Roxanne Johnson, Floyd Jourdain Jr. Alex Neadeau, Sam Strong and Harvey Roy. The four day fun for sobriety started in Red Lake on Wednesday and will conclude at the Mash-ka-wisen pow wow grounds at Fon du Lac on Saturday.
Nick Giles, 11, of Bemidji, smiles after completing a mini-solo Wednesday at the fifth annual Drumset Camp at the Headwaters School of Music. A total of 24 campers are developing their drumming skills as a group and through private lessons. The camp concludes Friday with a 3 p.m. concert for families and friends.
Lori Johnson, left, and Darolyn Erickson take some leftovers from the Sanford Health Taco Feed on Wednesday on the lake shore in downtown Bemidji as part of the 2013 Dragon Boat Festival. Last year, the taco feed served more than 1,500 people. All proceeds go to the Sanford Health Foundation of Northern Minnesota.
Beltrami County judge Betty Moths, left, shows Antonia Long, a member of the Nebish North Starts, where to trim off the leaves on the stems of her flowers during 4-H judging on Tuesday afternoon at the Beltrami County Fair. The fair opens Wednesday with a full list of activities.