Brainerd Volleyball

It’s a brand new team and a brand new season for the Brainerd Volleyball team. And despite losing an early game to Pequot Lakes, the girls still have high hopes. But being a young and inexperienced team, they know they still have areas to improve And it’s the same...

Arc United Holds Town Forum in Bemidji

Bemidji City Hall was filled with people to learn more about the Minnesota Olmstead Plan that works to give people with disabilities the rights and services they deserve.
Posted On 01 Sep 2015

Hatfield Leads Lumberjacks

Bemidji High School senior Logan Hatfield had a season to remember as a junior, rushing for over 1,500 yards. He was greatly helped by a senior-laden offensive line, and as the team reloads from losing four seniors to graduation, Hatfield has a greater challenge. Despite those...

Community Spotlight: BIR Performance Driving School

Nestled away in the heart of Brainerd International Raceway is a school… a driving school. The school began 24 years ago, and now teaches everyone from beginners to experts. The class allows the students to learn in a classroom setting and behind the wheel, all while being...

Food Angels is Getting Ready to Feed Park Rapids Students

Over 50% of all students in the Park Rapids go home for the weekend with nothing in the pantry to eat. An initiative called Food Angels is working to reverse that problem, by providing a bag a food for kids to take home with them on Fridays. This year, they’ve expanded to...
Posted On 31 Aug 2015

In Focus: Talley Gallery Opens with “Intersections”

Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery opened up for the year on Thursday, featuring visual artist Karen Gustafson’s exhibit, “Intersections.” It blends both science and art with a magnified look at what makes up processed and natural foods, and even...
Posted On 28 Aug 2015

Memorial Hall Renovations

The historic Memorial Hall at Bemidji State is nearly done getting a makeover. Nearly $14 million went toward the renovations, which include new technology, classrooms and work space for students and faculty. BSU began work on the project in the summer of 2014. Learn more about...

Members of the Chippewa Indian Nation Gather to Protest

Today members of the Chippewa nation gathered in Nisswa to fight for the right to harvest rice, a right they’ve had since 1855 on a treaty.
Posted On 27 Aug 2015

Fishing Tips: Catch and Release

Most of our “Fishing Tips” explain how to catch fish. This week’s segment demonstrates how to let them go. Ray Gildow of the Nisswa Guides League and Mandy Uhrich, the “Bassing Biologist” show how to properly release fish.
Posted On 27 Aug 2015

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