Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School to make 1,000 Ornaments for Capitol Christmas Tree

It’s an opportunity of a lifetime. Students at the Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School are making a thousand ornaments for the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree, and three-dozen of them will be selected to participate in the lighting ceremony in Washington D.C. Students from different grades were...

DNR Experts: Grouse, Waterfowl Hunting Forecast Looks Good

You can feel it in the air. Hunting season for grouse and waterfowl is coming up soon. We talk to experts in the field about what the outlook is like for hunters this Fall. When it comes to grouse hunting, Minnesota is the ideal place in the country. This year, a survey that...

In-Focus: First Friday Art Walk In Bemidji Brings Plenty of Art

It’s September 5th, and that means it’s the First Friday Art Walk in Bemidji. For this week’s In-Focus, Sara Mattison gives us a tour of the variety of art featured this month. We start at the Watermark Art Center. “Head in the Clouds, Feet on the Ground” is a...

Grand Rapids Police: Boy, 12, Involved in Fraudulent Pizza Fundraiser

Money, pizzas, and lies. Law officials say a 12-year-old boy is suspected of scamming neighborhoods in Itasca County by selling pizzas for a fake hockey fundraiser. Fundraising for the school district or non-profit organizations is normal business in Grand Rapids, but one suspect...

In-Focus: Lessons Learned Through Art of Yoga

Pigeon, cobra, and downward dog. These are animals you can find in nature. But they are also names of yoga poses. Yoga is a unique practice that reflects the natural elements of the world around us. For this week’s In-Focus, we explore the art of yoga from an instructor in...

Pickleball Sport Grows in Walker

It’s not football or baseball, it’s pickleball. And in Northern Minnesota, pickleball leagues are growing in popularity. Sara Mattison visits a club in Walker and shares why it’s an addicting social sport on this week’s Community Spotlight. The game is simple. You need four...

Bemidji Film Crew to Document Story of 80’s Show Madd Frank Presents

He wears Ghoulish make-up, a black hat, white gloves, and a cape. His name is Delray Dvoracek, but many know him as Madd Frank. Madd Frank was the host of a monster movie show that took the airwaves from 1985 to 1995. Even though the show is over, a local film crew in Bemidji is...

Sec. of the Interior Examines Poor Conditions at School in Bena

Across the country, federal officials are touring schools that are funded by the Bureau of Indian Education. The tour is part of an effort to redesign the BIE as it failed to keep pace with the deterioration of school facilities. Secretary Sally Jewell of the Department of the...

Research Project to Enhance Services for Deaf Community

Improving communication in the deaf community. That is what a community event, hosted by American Sign Language Interpreting Services, is trying to achieve. We explain how ASLIS is focusing on using technology to bridge the gap in communication. We communicate all day, everyday....

In-Focus: Music, Art Showcase Event Highlights Youth

Children and young adults have taken over Park Rapids. The 6th Annual Youth Music and Art Showcase event brings music, dance, and art to the community and it’s all about the youth. It provides young musicians with an opportunity to perform in front of a live audience. This...

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