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Two preschool classes at the Pine Pals Intergenerational Learning Child Care and Preschool in Bemidji spent about 30 minutes entertaining the older residents at GoldPine — fondly referred to as “grandfriends” — with music and dancing as part of Pine Pals second anniversary celebration this week.
December is always a time for an array of musical programs. But this year, three special concerts are on the docket, starting on Tuesday, Dec. 6, with the Bemidji Symphony Orchestra’s “Holidays at Home” performance. Then comes a concert on Saturday, Dec. 10, by globetrotting pianist Brayden Drevlow, followed by the Bemidji Chorale’s 43rd holiday concert on Sunday, Dec. 11.
St. Thomas picked up a goal with 1:20 remaining, sending what would have been a three-point triumph for the Beavers into overtime. Neither team scored in the additional frame, and Bemidji State won the shootout 2-1 to clinch two of a possible three points in the CCHA standings.
Entering Tuesday’s contest at 5-0 – the Lumberjacks’ best start in at least 21 seasons – Bemidji had hopes of matching up with Warroad, the reigning Class A state champions. But the Jacks instead ran into a humming buzzsaw, losing for the first time this season.

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Bemidji took Moorhead, last season’s top seed in Section 8AA, to overtime in a 4-3 road loss on Tuesday. The adrenaline of that game wore off in the interim, though, and the Jacks struggled to bring the same quality of performance to the table on Thursday.

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