Initiative could connect voyageur-related attractions on both sides of the border
By LORI SWANSON, Minnesota Attorney General
By TAMMY FLUTO
Bemidji Social Security Manager
You probably don’t need a reminder that natural disasters lurk around the corner when we least expect it.
Bob Christianson of Gannon Ridge Taxidermy & Wild Game Processing in International Falls was recently awarded a blue ribbon at the world taxidermy championships held in St. Charles, Mo.
DNR Staff Report
A statewide study is being conducted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to help ensure the continued health of the state bird, the common loon.
Koochiching SWCD to get $22,500 to work with RLSC on Rat Root River log jam removal
New lottery results now are available for hunters who applied for a 2011 Minnesota bear hunting permit.
Bemidji State University has announced its 2011-12 inductees into its chapter of the Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society for students in business, management and administration.
In April, nearly 175 students presented works at Bemidji State University’s 12th Annual Student Scholarship and Creative Achievement Conference.
Stapleton receives PhD in mathematics
Nathaniel Stapleton received his doctorate of philosophy degree in mathematics May 15 from the University of Illinois.
Rainy River Improvement Company expanded the capacity of its International Falls sub-station by the addition of three new transformers.
KOOTASCA Community Action won the “Partners in Affordable Housing Award” at the Affordable Housing in Greater Minnesota Conference May 4 in Mountain Iron, hosted by USDA Rural Development, Greater
To the editor,
To the beautiful memory of our dear wife, mother and grandmother, Beth Diane Prettyman, who passed away 10 years ago, June 14, 2001.
Loving and kind in all her ways.
25 YEARS AGO
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Fogelquist of Bemidji and Mr. and Mrs. Les Bjorkquist of International Falls announce the forthcoming marriage of their children, Palma Esther and Michael Scott.
A government shutdown — which could happen without a budget deal at the state Capitol by June 30 — would be good for no one.
In an ideal world, it would make sense to continue the Q-Comp program at the Falls School District for one more year.
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