Your Friday News Brief: June 23

By: News Director Larissa Donovan. FEATURED PHOTO: Opponents of the proposed Line 3 project march and voice their opposition with the “Daughter Water Walker”–a creation by Annie Humphrey of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe. Photo credit to Larissa Donovan. BEMIDJI–The final public comment hearing on the draft Environmental Impact Statement for Line 3 was… Continue reading Your Friday News Brief: June 23

Your Thursday News Brief: June 22

By: News Director Larissa Donovan, with contributions from News Intern Madison Liapis. FEATURED PHOTO: Racing planes from the Air Race Classic’s stop at the Bemidji Regional Airport. Photo credit to News Director Larissa Donovan. BEMIDJI– A Redby man changed his plea Tuesday, according to court documents. Forty-three-year-old Gary Cobenais has pleaded guilty to the felony… Continue reading Your Thursday News Brief: June 22

Your Wednesday News Brief: June 21

By: News Director Larissa Donovan. Featured Photo: Watermark Art Center receives a check for $1,500 from Bemidji Noon Rotary. Watermark steering committee members pictured are, L-R: Marilyn Miller, capital campaign co-chair; Lori Forshee-Donnay, executive director; Lorie Yourd, board president; Paul Diehl, project manager; and Chris Keenan, capital campaign co-chair. The donation will go toward Watermark’s… Continue reading Your Wednesday News Brief: June 21

Your Monday News Brief: June 19

By: News Director Larissa Donovan Featured Photo: Brigid’s Pub in downtown Bemdiji is now under new ownership. Pictured are new owners Travis Glass and Jake Robinson. Retrieved photo. HUBBARD CO– A 26-year-old Bemidji man was transported to the Sanford Hospital in Fargo with non-life-threatening injuries following a crash in Hubbard County Sunday. According to the… Continue reading Your Monday News Brief: June 19

Your Friday News Brief: June 16

By: News Director Larissa Donovan BEMIDJI– The Bemidji City Council will discuss parking and utility connections during their Monday meeting. America Avenue between 3rd and 4th Streets may be subject to 2-hour calendar parking if the council approves the resolution. According to the council packet, city staff will place signage to alert downtown drivers. The… Continue reading Your Friday News Brief: June 16