UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS UND’s Red River Trio to perform in Fargo, Bemidji May 4 and 5
The Red River Trio, a group comprising three select students from the University of North Dakota Music Department, will perform at 5:15 p.m., at Schmitt Music, 4101 13th Ave. S.W., in Fargo, on May ... Posted on 5/3/13 at 1:34 PM
STAFF BLOG FORUM COMMUNICATIONS CO. Forum Communications Co. announces 2013 Forum Forward class
FARGO, N.D. -Forum Communications Co.has named its Forum Forward class for 2013, company officials announced Friday. This year's class is comprised of eight individuals, salespeople, reporters, editor... Posted on 4/12/13 at 1:24 PM
STAFF BLOG GRAND FORKS GOURMET Local 'Caribou Coffee' Stores Safe From Corporate Axe
Caffeine cravers rejoice!
It seems local Caribou Coffee locations in Grand Forks, Fargo and Bemidji are not included in the group of 80 other stores that will close this month, according to a manag... Posted on 4/9/13 at 11:56 AM
STAFF BLOG ADDICTED TO RUNNING A new path, a grand adventure
The past several days have been a bit hectic as I've received well wishes and congratulations from friends, family and former co-workers scattered across the country.
But for those who haven't heard,... Posted on 3/13/13 at 5:46 AM
FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY WCHA weekly preview: March 11-17
Going into the final week of the WCHA regular season, the standings were tight and hardly anything was set in stone.
Five teams were fighting for the MacNaughton Cup, four teams for the #1 seed in th... Posted on 3/11/13 at 8:34 PM
The Rev. Bob Kelly’s appearance in Beltrami County District Court on Tuesday was more than a routine function of the criminal justice system for the pastor of Peoples Church. For Kelly, it was an opportunity to address the community’s views toward and handling of poverty in Bemidji.
On Saturday, several people spoke passionately in favor of legalizing gay marriage during the meeting at Bemidji City Hall, which was attended by DFL Sens. Rod Skoe of Clearbrook and Tom Saxhaug of Grand Rapids, as well as Rep. John Persell, DFL-Bemidji.
A Bemidji man was seriously injured Saturday when he lost control of his car on an icy two-lane highway near here and was broadsided by a vehicle traveling toward him, the Minnesota State Patrol reported.
Amber Neumann calls her brainchild the “anti-group.”
Once a month, women of all ages, all walks of life, come together in a local restaurant to get together, to talk, to celebrate their accomplishments.
Blue Star Investments of Grand Forks and B&B Enterprises of Bemidji competed to purchase the same land, both making offers to the city. Blue Star offered more, but the city decided to sell land to B&B. City officials said Blue Star misrepresented the situation.
After 19 years with the Herald, Managing Editor Matt Cory has accepted a job as editor of the Bemidji Pioneer. Cory will start his new job in mid-April. He replaces Steve Wagner, who was named editor of the Herald earlier this month.
David Quam grew up in Grand Forks and came to Bemidji every weekend starting at 6 years old. His dad and uncles would bring him over to Lake Andrusia and their wilderness retreat. Uncle Art Quam was a railroad engineer here in Bemidji in the 1940s.
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