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Miller, Gabrelcik and Carlson earn honors BEMIDJI — Local American Family Insurance agents Shannon Miller, Todd Gabrelcik, and John Carlson of Bemidji have been named All American Agents by American...
Carlson honored for customer experience BEMIDJI — John Carson, an American Family Insurance agent in Bemidji, has been recognized for providing outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in...
FERGUS FALLS -- Morgan Miller carded a 79 and Morgan Williams and Kelsey Isaacson each shot 80 to lead the Bemidji girls golf team at Saturday's second round of the Fergus Falls Invitational held at Pebble Lake. The Lumberjacks also were able to count Megan Dondelinger's 88 and the collective team score of 327 is Bemidji's lowest round in a number of years. "The kids played awesome golf," said BHS coach Jeff Nelson. "This is the best we have shot in a long time.
The following cases were heard on May 8, 2014 by Beltrami District Judge Shari R. Schluchter: Derek John Klobucher, 32, of Princeton was sentenced for second-degree DWI to 365 days in the Beltrami County Jail of which 364 days are stayed for four years. Klobucher served and was credited with one day time served. He has been placed on four years supervised probation and must pay a $1,000 fine. Klobucher has been sentenced to electronic home monitoring for 30 days within 45 days. The following cases were heard on May 12, 2014 by Beltrami District Judge Paul T.
Acme Tools employees awarded BEMIDJI — Acme Tools, a tool distributor and retailer of tools and equipment, recently announced Mark Hahn and Aaron Schmitz have been recognized as Certified Tool...
BEMIDJI — Every year, Sanford nurses work hard to save lives and to improve the health of thousands of individuals. With more than 430 nurses, Sanford Health of Northern Minnesota is the largest employer of nurses in the region. To celebrate the profession, the nursing staff was recently honored with a reception and award ceremony.
BEMIDJI -- The public is invited Thursday to celebrate the ceremonial groundbreaking of a planned expansion of the Cass Lake Indian Health Service facility. The event will be12:30-3 p.m.in the front parking lot. The Cass Lake IHS is expanding its outpatient clinic space and will renovate much of the existing clinic, providing a new and updated facility. This project will add almost 28,000 square feet of new space and remodel 8,500 square feet of existing space.
BEMIDJI -- Bemidji's playoff seeding may have taken a hit Thursday, as the Lumberjacks were swept by Grand Rapids in their season finale doubleheader. Grand Rapids won the first game 9-0 before losing the second game 14-11. The Lumberjacks, who finish the regular season 9-10, were No.
Rosequist accepted to U of M - Morris BEMIDJI —- Miranda Rosequist, of Bemidji, has been accepted to and has chosen to attend the University of Minnesota, Morris. Rosequist, a...
ST. PAUL -- Jenna Truedson finished second in the 1600 and Sam Carlson was third in the 800 and the veteran runners led the Bemidji track and field athletes at Friday's Hamline Elite Meet. Truedson completed the race in a school-record time of 4:56.65 and was only .29 seconds behind the winner, Anna French of Wayzata. "It was an awesome race," said BHS girls coach Chris Lehman.