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Christian Women's luncheon Monday BEMIDJI—The Christian Women's luncheon meeting will be at 1 p.m. Monday in the community room at the Eagles Club, 1270 Neilson Ave. SE. Use the back entrance. The speaker will be Kimberly Dawn Nyborg, an International Falls radio announcer. She will sing and speak on God's Extreme Makeover, release said.
1960s exhibit at History Center in Shevlin SHEVLIN—"Coming of Age, the 1968 Generation," a traveling exhibit that explores the self- expression, upheaval, change and sounds of the '60s and the Vietnam War will be on display from Oct. 20 to May 1 at the History Center in Shevlin.
SAUK RAPIDS — Senior Nicole Crummy placed 20th to lead the Bemidji State cross country team to sixth place at the Bob Waxlax Invitational in Sauk Rapids. Crummy covered the...
WAYNE, Neb. — Sarah Stram scored her sixth goal of the season in the 29th minute and Anna Fobbe recorded her third shutout of 2015 to lead the Bemidji State...
BEMIDJI—A 34-year-old female inmate has been flown to a Duluth-area hospital after she was found to be unresponsive and then revived at the Beltrami County Jail early Tuesday. At approximately 2:37 a.m., Beltrami County correctional staff were notified of a medical emergency regarding an inmate within the facility, according to a release from the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office. The woman was found to be unresponsive, not breathing and without a pulse.
BAGLEY—One suspect is in custody and one is being sought after an undisclosed amount of cash was taken Sunday from Kubiak's Grocery Store in Bagley. The cash was stolen Sunday morning, according to a release issued from the Bagley Police Department Tuesday afternoon. The store is located off Central Street West in Bagley. The department asks anyone with information in relation to the incident to contact the Bagley Police Department at (218) 694-6150 or visit the Bagley Police Department Facebook page to send a private message.
Kairos Alive! Dance Hall event today BEMIDJI — Kairos Alive! Dance Hall, an all-ages dance party that blends artist and audience participation to create a fun-filled time, will take place...
Men's event set for Tuesday BEMIDJI—A Men and Sons in Christ event will be held 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Bemidji National Guard Armory, 1430 23rd St. NW. The idea for the event came several months ago as a small group of Bemidji-area men were discussing how there seemed to be many small groups of Christian men meeting at various times and places in Bemidji for bible study and fellowship, according to a release.
CASS LAKE—The U.S. Department of Justice announced in a release Monday more than $23.2 million in grant funding will be awarded to local and tribal law enforcement agencies for body cameras. One of the recipients is the Leech Lake Tribal Police Department in Cass Lake. The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe will receive $41,967. The local department is one of 73 agencies in 32 states to be funded. The Minneapolis and Saint Paul Police Departments each will receive $600,000. Submitted grant applications totalled 285 with 55,000 cameras requested.
Art Leap celebrates 10th anniversary PARK RAPIDS—Art Leap, an "open studio event" featuring artists' studios and culturally rich destinations in the Park Rapids area, will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year, a release said. The studios will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 26-27. Highlights of Art Leap include music, live music and other performances and seeing fall colors at their peak while driving from studio to studio. A 10th anniversary celebration of Art Leap, Noon Hour Concerts and the Park Rapids Lakes Area Arts Council is planned at 7 p.m. Sept.