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Madelyn Haasken

Multimedia Editor

Madelyn Haasken is the multimedia editor at the Bemidji Pioneer. She is a 2020 graduate of Bemidji State University with a degree in Mass Communication, with minors in writing and design. In her free time, she likes watching hockey, doing crossword puzzles and being outside.

The last bang of the Red, White and Boom fireworks grand finale closed out the Bemidji Jaycees’ 78th Annual Water Carnival in colorful fashion on Monday evening.
Dozens of runners took to the shoreline of Lake Bemidji on Monday, July 4, to participate in the Double Your Fun Color Run as part of the Bemidji Jaycees' 78th Annual Water Carnival.
The perfect summer day made for a very Grand Parade on Sunday as community members lined the sidewalks of downtown Bemidji as the Bemidji Jaycees’ 78th Annual Water Carnival events continued.
A crowd of hundreds gathered along the Lake Bemidji waterfront in Library Park to watch all sorts of flips and tricks from the Bald Eagle Water Ski Show on Sunday afternoon.
Pioneer photographers share their favorite photos from June.
Dozens of anglers gathered at the shore of Lake Bemidji on Saturday for a day of fishing as part of Bemidji’s 30th annual Fishing Has No Boundaries event.
A group of law enforcement officers, Special Olympics participants and community members gathered at Paul Bunyan park on Monday for Bemidji’s leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Minnesota.
After being held virtually in 2021, Bemidji’s Loop the Lake Festival returned for its eighth year and brought hundreds of riders to the shoreline of Lake Bemidji for a day of biking.
For the past two weeks, young thespians from around the community took the stage at Bemidji State’s Bangsberg Hall for a summer theater day camp.
When Bemidji’s Mark Morrissey headed to California last week, he was hoping for a few good days of climbing on Mount Shasta — what he didn't expect was that he would be involved in a rescue operation for three fallen climbers.