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Annalise Braught

Annalise Braught

Editor & Photographer

Annalise is the editor and a photographer at the Bemidji Pioneer. She is a Mass Communication graduate from Bemidji State University. Her favorite pastime is exploring the great outdoors and capturing its natural beauty on camera. Contact Annalise at (218) 333-9796, (218) 358-1990 or abraught@bemidjipioneer.com.

King Norway will be reigning from the corner of Fourth Street and Beltrami Avenue in downtown Bemidji as part of this year’s Bemidji Sculpture Walk.
The Bemidji Police Department has released updated information in the case of 15-year-old Nevaeh Kingbird, who has been missing since late October.
From fire trucks to motorcycles, wheels of all sizes were on display for children to explore on Tuesday during the Early Childhood Family Education program’s annual “Wheels” event.
Several cabins and the boathouse at Ruttger's Birchmont Lodge have sustained damage due to high winds moving ice off Lake Bemidji.
Several hundred people walked in solidarity on Thursday to raise awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Many held signs bearing messages like “Bring her home” and “No more stolen sisters,” while others painted red handprints on their faces to display the cause's symbol.
Landowners along Line 3 can submit comments to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission until May 19 to request that eventual decommissioning costs are the responsibility of Enbridge.
Landowners along Line 3 can submit comments to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission until May 19 to request that eventual decommissioning costs are the responsibility of Enbridge.
Pioneer photographers share their favorite photos from April.
In celebration of 50 years of events, Bemidji State’s Council of Indian Students hosted a round dance event on Saturday, April 9, in the BSU Gymnasium.
The Home, Sport and Travel Show continues through 8 p.m. on Saturday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Sanford Center. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for ages 6-17. Children 5 and under will be admitted free.