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Whether lining up to ride the ever-popular Zipper or to enjoy some cheese curds and lemonade, families and friends flocked to the Sanford Center parking lot on Thursday night to enjoy a taste of summer as the Bemidji Jaycees' 78th Annual Water Carnival kicked off in style.
Wagons, bikes, rollerblades, scooters and toy cars decorated in red, white and blue were on display as children made their way down Lake Boulevard for a Kiddie Parade on Saturday morning during the Bemidji Jaycees’ 78th Annual Water Carnival.
The future opening of the Kingdom Builders Christian School plays into the founders’ beliefs that Bemidji can never have too many Christian schools.
Michael Herbert, an amateur World War II historian, spent more than two years researching and writing his recently published book titled “Leaving Campus: A World War II Epitaph.”

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NOAA will use this computer upgrade to launch new model applications starting this fall.
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