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LIVING UNITED: 2020, A Year Of Generosity

There has been no shortage of words or phrases to describe the year 2020. Many of them can’t be repeated on the airwaves, and WON’T be repeated here. But Denae Alamano, Executive Director of the United Way of the Bemidji Area, has been front and center in the efforts to get people and businesses through this tough time. And the word …

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CHATABOUT WEDNESDAY: Soon To Be Interim JPB Planning Director Jayman Carlson Previews Tonight’s Meeting

The monthly Joint Planning Board of the city of Bemidji & Northern Township will have their monthly meeting tonight at 6pm. And yes, it’s a week earlier than usual due to the upcoming Christmas holiday. Jayman Carlson, Assistant Planner and soon to be Interim Planning Director, previews the meeting and discusses key issues the board is working on. If you …

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CHATABOUT TUESDAY: MN DOT Project Manager Joe McKinnon On The Highway 71 Corridor Project & BPD’s Jesse Becker On Car Theft

Big changes are coming to Highway 71 North and MN DOT Project Manager Joe McKinnon discusses them on today’s Chatabout. Citizens can take a look and make comments during the virtual Open House on now through Monday (12/14) HERE. Then in Part 2, Bemidji Police Department Auto Theft Investigator Jesse Becker discusses the Unattended Vehicle Ordinance and auto theft trends …

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RADIOTHON 2020: Over $23,000 Raised! Thank YOU, North Country

New ways of doing things was the theme of 2020. We saw schools, businesses, and organizations do things differently to meet the challenges of Covid-19. And The 32nd Annual Radiothon To Prevent Child Abuse was no different. Several things were different this year, but the important things weren’t. We dedicated a day of broadcasting to focus on the efforts and, …

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Your Order Is Ready! Support Our Local Restaurants

The Covid-19 outbreak has had a devastating impact on every facet of our life here in Minnesota. Restaurants and hospitality services are literally woven into our lives and our communities. We know that the Coronavirus outbreak has been catastrophic to our economy, with many restaurants forced to close their doors or operate well below capacity. Now, they’ve been forced into another …

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