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Minnesota State Moorhead athletic director reaches out to WCHA

Minnesota State Moorhead’s athletic director reached out to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association commissioner last week, just before news came out that the hockey league will likely be losing two teams to a new Big Ten Conference.

Senate tax bill takes slightly different route

ST. PAUL — Senate Republicans would cut some state aid to cities, lower a statewide business property tax and increase property tax refunds for homeowners making less than $100,000 a year.

Sanford Health: Series of children’s clinics planned

Sanford Health is embarking on an expanded mission to establish “well over 20” children’s clinics outside its service area in the United States and abroad.

Little Women will be staged in Akeley

Little Women will be staged in Akeley

Minnesota Folklore Theater will present “Little Women” from Louise May Alcott’s famous story at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays from March 25-April 3 at the theater located at 6 Broadway Street in Akeley.

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The Bemidji State tennis team fell 7-2 to Minnesota-Duluth Wednesday afternoon at UMD.

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Relay for Life Honorary Chair Jim Ferden focuses on hope
When cancer survivor Jim Ferden gets the chance to talk to a person who has been diagnosed with cancer, his message is one of hope. Its not a death sentence by any means, he said, adding that a pos...
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Stillday's bear
Since I started work at the Pioneer newspaper in 2000, I have traveled to the Red Lake Nation many times. A couple of times I have seen bears in the distance. Last week I drove up to Ponemah to pay ...
6/1/14 at 8:38 PM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/61/50/50/ BEMIDJI BEAT
Conservative group gives Bemidji area legislators failing grade
Americans for Prosperity, the conservative advocacy group, gave a failing grade to each of the four Bemidji area legislators for their performance last session. And they "failed" with flying colors. ...
8/16/13 at 3:27 PM
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Back to the Trail
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6/20/13 at 4:17 PM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/62/50/50/ BEMIDJI ART NEWS
Midwinter Interlude Opens at the Ramsey Gallery, Sax, Drags and Rock 'n Roll and Big Happenings for the BSO next week.
Bemidji State University Midwinter Interlude is already installed in the Ramsey Gallery, street level off of the main parking lot of BSU's Bangsberg Fine and Performing Arts Complex. This installation...
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Night fishing will open July 21 on Mille Lacs Lake
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New Year’s Eve Around the World
New Years Eve is a truly worldwide event, and a great holiday to experience away from home. One of the worlds most iconic celebrations is in Sydney, Australia, which puts on a spectacular fireworks di...
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