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BEMIDJI NEWSLETTER

The Bulldogs entered the weekend seventh in the eight-team CCHA. They certainly didn’t look like it.
The Bemidji State men’s basketball team was maybe sticking around just long enough to steal a road win. But then, in a flash, Southwest Minnesota State put an end to any thievery.
Taryn Frazer broke the Cass Lake-Bena girls basketball program record for points on Saturday, surpassing Amanda Gehrke's total of 2,198.
Despite plenty of pressure mounting in the final moments, the Beavers played with veteran poise and calmly collected a 70-67 victory over Southwest Minnesota State on Saturday in Marshall.

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On Friday afternoon, Bemidji State women’s hockey coach Jim Scanlan stressed the importance of adding on after the Beavers let a one-goal lead slip away in a 2-1 loss to St. Cloud State.
Bemidji Lions Club president Leon Nelson recently presented a $500 donation to the Boys and Girls Club of the Bemidji Area.
Blue jays are a true year-round Minnesota avian resident. That alone is endearing. And even though the species is often maligned as a nest-robbing egg and nestling thief, the blue jay is among a group of birds considered one of the most intelligent avifauna on the planet.
The Bemidji Area Schools Board of Education will have their first meeting of the new year at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 24, in the district office board room.
After 22 years as promoters of the rodeo held each year during the Beltrami County Fair, the owners of Gold Mine Ranch recently announced via letter to their sponsors that they will no longer be the promoters of the event.
As you may know, Bemidji Area Schools had to cancel four days of school this past week. The decision to do so was not because of the community spread of COVID in our schools. On the contrary, our schools are still safe and healthy thanks to the many strategies we have had in place since the beginning of the pandemic.

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Not only did the Bemidji State men’s hockey defenseman score a goal, he may also have prevented one by himself.
BSU is now 1-7 this season in games decided by 10 points or fewer -- including qualifying losses in each of the past four games -- with the lone win coming in nonconference play.
Due to Friday’s 66-59 road loss at Sioux Falls, BSU dropped its eighth straight game against the Cougars and will have to endure some unwanted history for a little while longer.

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