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Jillian Gandsey

Multimedia Editor

Jillian Gandsey is the Multimedia Editor at the Bemidji Pioneer. She is an Iron Range native and a 2013 graduate of Bemidji State University. Follow Jillian on Twitter and Instagram @jilliangandsey. Contact her at (218) 333-9786, (218) 996-1216 or at jgandsey@bemidjipioneer.com.

Dolan, 34, pleaded guilty to two felony charges on June 30 during a plea hearing. He will serve 14 years in prison for sexually abusing students while he was working at the school.
Neil Dolan, 34, pleaded guilty to two felony charges during a plea hearing: first-degree criminal sexual conduct, and second-degree criminal sexual conduct.
A common merganser on Lake Bemidji has taken on at least one other brood of ducklings.
Whoever told Louis Saxton to “run” as he was walking out of King Soopers on Monday afternoon may have saved his life. The 18-year-old Bemidji native was simply shopping for groceries on March 22, prior to what would become the scene of a mass shooting at the grocery store in Boulder, Colo.
Keith Ehrich and Kory Lussier, both of Red Lake, made initial appearances on Friday, March 19, before Magistrate Judge David T. Schultz in U.S. District Court.
Home saliva testing for COVID-19 through the Minnesota Department of Health and Vault Health is available to Minnesotans and I recently gave one a try.
BAGLEY, Minn. -- Court documents filed in May reveal that a former Bagley High School resource officer charged with two counts of criminal sexual conduct allegedly had multiple victims and that his misconduct dates to 2011.
BEMIDJI -- Hundreds of people gathered in Paul Bunyan Park on Saturday afternoon and marched to the Bemidji Police Department to show solidarity with George Floyd, the man who died after a former Minneapolis police officer pressed his knee into Floyd's neck despite his repeated requests for the officer to stop.
The charges stem from an early Sunday, May 3, incident where a man was found dead inside a burning home and another man suffered gunshot wounds at a residence about 10 miles west of Bemidji.
A man was found dead in the burning home with what appeared to be a bullet wound to the head.