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Community Appreciation Day Fireworks

Bemidji State football players Nick Chiono, left, and Dylan Valentine, right, watch the fireworks display at Chet Anderson Stadium after BSU's 27-0 victory over Minot State in the season opener Thursday night. A school-record crowd of 4,711 watch...

Fireworks display
Bemidji State football players Nick Chiono, left, and Dylan Valentine, right, watch the fireworks display at Chet Anderson Stadium after BSU's 27-0 victory over Minot State in the season opener Thursday night. A school-record crowd of 4,711 watched the game and the fireworks as part of Bemidji State's Community Appreciation Day. Pioneer Photo/Eric Stromgren

Bemidji State football players Nick Chiono, left, and Dylan Valentine, right, watch the fireworks display at Chet Anderson Stadium after BSU's 27-0 victory over Minot State in the season opener Thursday night. A school-record crowd of 4,711 watched the game and the fireworks as part of Bemidji State's Community Appreciation Day. Pioneer Photo/Eric Stromgren

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