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The final round of the 16th Lake Bemidji Dragon Boat Festival had an unexpected shakeup, which led to the first-time team The Need for Giga-Speed claiming the championship.
The Red Lake Boys and Girls Club will host a publication celebration for author Elizabeth Barrett's new children’s book, "Mashkiki Road," at 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 14, at the club, 23810 State Hwy 1, in Red Lake.
The Blue Ox wallopped Ada 14-1 on Sunday in Ada behind a 10-run seventh inning. That secured Bemidji a convincing victory in the winners bracket final of the Region 10C Tournament, clinching the team’s seventh state berth in the past nine seasons.
In addition to feeding their resort guests, Bob and Helen Kohl hosted community dinners for major holidays, serving up nearly 250 meals in four seatings.

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The reason for this comes from global weather.
It would, however, be premature to pronounce it dead.
A newly published children’s book by Red Lake author Elizabeth Barrett and illustrator Jonathan Thunder brings the Seven Grandfather Teachings of Love, Respect, Courage, Honesty, Wisdom, Humility and Truth to colorful life for young and old.
From far and near, family members of the 1212 Crew have traveled to compete in the Lake Bemidji Dragon Boat Festival races for over 12 years, but the race is more than just winning to them.
What was printed on this day 10, 25, 50 and 100 years ago.

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Elle Bush, a 2022 graduate of Bemidji High School and a two-year varsity starter on the BHS girls soccer team, committed to the Northwestern women’s soccer program on Tuesday during a signing ceremony at the high school.

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Gary Tharaldson, North Dakota’s successful hotel developer and owner of Tharaldson Ethanol in Casselton, North Dakota, describes how his company will move forward after the death of chief operating officer Ryan Thorpe. Tharaldson urges people to check in on others but said there was no warning at work that would have predicted the tragedy of Thorpe's death by suicide.

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