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SCSU Basketball Steamrolls Bemidji 92-60 for Regular Season Finale

The St. Cloud State men's basketball team wrapped up the regular season in style, pummeling Bemidji State 92-60 on Saturday night.

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Will Clayton, Flickr
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Bemidji Woman Prepares To Celebrate 104th Birthday

Tillie O'Rear, a Bemidji woman who lived through both world wars and remembers when televisions were introduced, is celebrating her 104th birthday this weekend.

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Huskies Battle For a 2-2 Tie Against Bemidji, Move to Shootout

The St. Cloud State University men's hockey team fought back in the third period to earn a 2-2 tie against Bemidji State University last night at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center.

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SCSU Husky Hockey Wins Season Opener 3-2

The #9 ranked St. Cloud State University Huskies are off to a great start, defeating Bemidji State University 3-2 to open the season.

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Bemidji: Craig Myran Photography, flickr
Bemidji: Craig Myran Photography, flickr
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Body of Man Missing Since October Found Near Bemidji

The Ramsey County medical examiner's office has identified a body recovered from a Beltrami County lake as that of a missing man.

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Bemidji: Craig Myran Photography, flickr
Bemidji: Craig Myran Photography, flickr
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Bemidji Driver Accused of Forcing Child to Walk Home

A Bemidji bus driver has resigned after allegedly dropping a 6-year-old a quarter mile from home in freezing temperatures as punishment. According to Daryl Bohn and Amber Thayer, their younger son, Darrion, tried to disembark the bus after his 8-year-old brother was let off at their driveway Feb. 20.

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Workers at Bemidji, Wahpeton Groceries Taking Over

Four hundred employees of grocery stores in Bemidji and Wahpeton, N.D., are getting ready to take them over.

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Storm Knocks Out Bemidji Phones; No Travel Advised

Authorities in Bemidji are asking residents to travel only for emergencies after a severe thunderstorm caused widespread damage and knocked out most phone service in the city.

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3 Children Pulled from Minnesota Lake after Boat Capsizes

Emergency crews pulled three young children from a northern Minnesota lake after the sailboat they riding capsized. Clearwater County Sheriff Mike Erickson says the children were unresponsive when rescuers pulled them from Clearwater Lake northwest of Bemidji and began CPR.

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Damaging Storms Move Through Northern Minnesota

Electricity has been restored to nearly all Otter Tail Power customers affected by the severe thunderstorms that blew through northwestern Minnesota early Friday.

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