Farwell, Minn. has a population of about 50. It doesn’t have traffic lights or a gas station. But as of this summer, four buildings — most of its remaining town center — are now open as renovated arts and community spaces.
The board is set to approve a three-year school bus transportation contract with Bemidji Bus Lines for bus services of three regular routes and one evening-only route.
Ukraine and Russia have traded accusations over multiple recent incidents of shelling at the Zaporizhzhia facility, Europe's largest nuclear power plant. Russian troops captured the station early in the war.
The last record of a traditional bark lodge built here dates back to the Lower Sioux Agency in the spring of 1862, right before the U.S.-Dakota War.
Roger W. Lehmann, born in Fairmount, N.D., in 1924, enjoyed camping, traveling, fishing, hunting and spending time with his family.
If you’re like most people in the United States, you might assume that Itasca is an Ojibwe word, but it turns out that’s far from the case.
Mark Evenson was a central part of youth baseball in Bemidji before the dedication of the Mark Evenson Memorial Fields that now bear his name.
Dr. Claude Vivian “Mr. Conservation” Hobson bears the distinction of having two things named after him at Bemidji State University.
A plaque below a large painting of a man named Charles Scrutchin hangs in the Bemidji High School’s media center, detailing the accomplishments and importance this man played in local history.
Tucked behind a winding road and a forest of green lies the unofficial “jewel” of the Beltrami County Park system.