Rotary Reading Challenge

Walker Hackensack Akeley Elementary School kicked off their Rotary Reading Challenge today in Walker. Students, from pre-school to 6th grade, must read 40,000 books between Christmas Break and Spring Break. If they accomplish their goal, Principal Jill McGowan will kiss an...

Golden Apple: Regional Robotics Competition

For this week’s Golden Apple:  Teams from Northern Minnesota competed in a regional robotics competition in Northome this past weekend. Beltrami County’s 4-H Team, the Robo Rangers, took home first place, with the Koochiching County’s 4-H Team, Think Tank,...

Autopsy Results Reveal Cause of BSU Students Death

The Bemidji Police Department has released the preliminary autopsy results in the death of Sandra Lommen. The preliminary autopsy results indicate that the 20-year-old died due to the exposure of hypothermic conditions and that the cause was ruled accidental. Early reports say...

Local Author Signs Books in Bemidji

Local Author, Susan Carol Hauser, of Puposky, signed books and sampled one of her recipes today at the Woolen Mills in Bemidji. Hauser was also recently selected for the 2015 Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant in Nonfiction for $9,785. Find out what she plans to...

Nevis Boys’ Basketball

The Nevis Tigers demand respect with a 6-0 record. They also gain recognition with a number eight ranking in Class A. The team returns three starters from last season. A literally big addition to the team, 6’5″ senior Kevin Hale transferred from Nashwauk-Keewatin to...
Posted On 18 Dec 2014

Lakeland News – December 16, 2014

Lakeland News is the only locally produced television newscast originating out of north-central Minnesota. Lakeland News, along with Lakeland Public Television, was nominated for a Upper Midwest Emmy in 2013. The newscast has been airing weeknights on Lakeland Public Television...
Posted On 17 Dec 2014
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Bemidji High School Has a New Time for Graduation

Last night, the School Board voted to push back Bemidji High School’s graduation from 10am to 7:30pm on May 20th in order to accommodate the regional track meet.

Northwood’s Adventure – Curling Picking Up Popularity In Brainerd Lakes Area

What features large stones that slide across a sheet of ice towards an even larger bulls-eye? The answer; curling. Curling became an Olympic sport in 1998 after a 74 year hiatus. It has since grown in popularity and now is treated as an amateur sport with clubs popping up all...

Lakeland News – December 15, 2014

Lakeland News is the only locally produced television newscast originating out of north-central Minnesota. Lakeland News, along with Lakeland Public Television, was nominated for a Upper Midwest Emmy in 2013. The newscast has been airing weeknights on Lakeland Public Television...
Posted On 16 Dec 2014
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In Focus: 12th Annual It’s Only Clay Exhibit

It may only be clay, but artists from all over the country have turned dirt and water into much more than just minerals. The Watermark Art Center’s 12th annual “It’s Only Clay” juried art show is back in Bemidji, and it’s showcasing a sampling of...

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