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BASEBALL: Bemidji holds off rival Brainerd - Bemidji Pioneer
BEMIDJI — Leading 7-0 heading into the fifth inning, the Bemidji High School baseball team was looking to easily finish off its regular-season finale Thursday against rivals Brainerd. However, the Warriors (13-7) weren’t about to give up that easily.
BASEBALL: BHS earns No. 2 seed in section tournament - Bemidji Pioneer
BEMIDJI — After a win against Brainerd on Thursday to finish the regular season, the Bemidji High School baseball team earned the No. 2 seed in next week’s Section 8AAA tournament. The Lumberjacks (12-7) won the final six games of the season and ...
GOLF: BHS girls shoot season-low in regular-season finale - Bemidji Pioneer
GRAND RAPIDS — Morgan Miller and the Bemidji High School girls golf team wrapped up the regular season strong by shooting its lowest score of the year at Pokegama Golf Course in Grand Rapids. Miller shot a season-low 75 (37-38) to take second overall ...
Cancer survivors picnic at Sanford Bemidji on June 7 - Bemidji Pioneer
BEMIDJI -- Sanford Cancer Center is inviting the public to the Cancer Survivors Picnic from 1 to 3 p.m. June 7 in the healing garden at Sanford Bemidji Medical Center, 1300 Anne St. NW. The free event will feature food, a program and an opportunity to meet ...
BASEBALL: Bucks begin first season - Bemidji Pioneer
BEMIDJI — The Bemidji Bucks are newcomers in the community’s amateur baseball action this summer. The new squad, consisting of former Lumberjack players playing college ball elsewhere and Bemidji State players who are staying in town for the summer ...
BASEBALL: Blue Ox ready for another good season - Bemidji Pioneer
BEMIDJI — With a 10-1 win over Park Rapids last weekend, the Bemidji Blue Ox team showed just how ready they are for another season of amateur baseball. “We’re coming off a successful season last year,” Blue Ox manager Matt Baier said. “We ...
TENNIS: Hokanson wins sub-section title - Bemidji Pioneer
ALEXANDRIA — Matt Hokanson remains undefeated after the Sub-Section 8AA North Tournament. The Bemidji senior went 4-0 during Thursday afternoon’s individual singles tournament in Alexandria, lifting his personal record to a perfect 23-0 on the season.
Noel and Nelson earn recognition - Bemidji Pioneer
FOSSTON—Kristi Noel and Luke Nelson with Thrivent Financial in Fosston have received the 2014 Voices in Philanthropy (VIP) Award from InFaith Community Foundation in Minneapolis. They were selected among only 43 representatives nationwide to be honored.
Labraaten selected for President's Club - Bemidji Pioneer
BEMIDJI—Sara Labraaten of Bemidji recently was selected for the President's Club award by State Farm Insurance Companies. Labraaten was ranked in the top 20 out of more than 18,700 State Farm agencies. The President's Club award is given to agencies that ...
Dunn joins BSU Foundation - Bemidji Pioneer
BEMIDJI—Adrian Dunn has been named the new director of annual giving for athletics for the Bemidji State University Foundation. In the next several months, Dunn will get reacquainted with the community, assist with the B-Club 100 Golf Marathon and other ...
Ambassadors congratulate Evolve Creative - Bemidji Pioneer
The Bemidji Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recently congratulated Evolve Creative on its relocation to 481 Mag Seven Court SW, No. 3. Evolve Creative is a design agency that offers web design, web development, print and logo design and can be reached ...
Nortech Systems celebrates 25 years: Veteran employees recognized at gathering - Bemidji Pioneer
BEMIDJI—More than 150 employees and guests gathered Wednesday in Bemidji to celebrate Nortech Systems' 25th anniversary with a plant-wide meeting, recognition ceremony and luncheon. Nortech manufactures a variety of wire harnesses, cable assemblies and ...
Holiday Forecast - Bemidji Pioneer
Today's picture-perfect weather is likely the best this weekend has to offer. But it looks like Saturday will still bring us very good weather and thechance of rain will be limited to isolated showers until Memorial Day, itself, which does look rainy.
Cass County EDC meets charity review council standards - Bemidji Pioneer
BACKUS—The Cass County Economic Development Corp. recently announced it now meets the Accountability Standards of the Charities Review Council. The standards are used to assess if a nonprofit organization meets the highest quality of standards regarding ...
Rasch, Hanson join Oak Hills staff - Bemidji Pioneer
BEMIDJI—Michael Rasch has been named vice president for enrollment management at Oak Hills Christian College and Kerin Hanson has joined the college as an admissions counselor. Rasch will lead the admissions department as well as provide oversight into ...