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Maggi Fellerman

Reporter

Maggi is a reporter at the Bemidji Pioneer focusing on outdoor and human interest stories. Raised in Aitkin, Minnesota, Maggi is a graduate of Bemidji State University's class of 2022 with a degree in Mass Communication.

You can contact Maggi at (218) 333-9798 or mfellerman@bemidjipioneer.com.

The Bemidji Blue Ox Marathon is celebrating 10 years on Friday, Oct. 7, and Saturday, Oct. 8.
Bemidji Early Childhood Family Education's annual Fall Family Fun event returned to Buena Vista Ski Area on Tuesday after the coronavirus halted the annual event for several years.
The Beltrami County 4-H’s horse drill team saddled up for a competition of a lifetime on Sept. 16, but in the words of head coach Derek Wickum — the results were a bit interesting.
Pioneer photographers share some of their favorite photos from September.
Students and staff members of Leech Lake Tribal College recently loaded their canoes and set out on Upper Rice Lake near Bagley to take part in the honored tradition of harvesting wild rice.
Braving the rain and chilly September temperatures, the Bemidji High School cross country teams lined up with Section 8-3A opponents for a home section preview meet at Greenwood Golf Course on Friday.
The smell of grilled hot dogs and fresh sweetcorn filled the venue’s parking lot as community members gathered for the long-awaited grand opening event on Sunday, Sept. 11.
Participants and their dogs gathered on Friday, Sept. 9, for the 11th annual United Kennel Club all-breed dog show for a weekend of competition at the Beltrami County Fairgrounds.
Furry and feathered pets of all shapes and sizes gathered with their owners on Wednesday at Calvary Lutheran Church for a “Blessing of the Animals” worship service in celebration of all of God’s creatures.
As Pittman and “her hobby that got out of control” is coming up on 20 years in business, she’s excited to share new goals for the future of Shifting Gears.