The flags of each military branches and the United States and Minnesota State Flag are on display in the gathering area of the Veterans Home in Bemidji.
Bemidji Chamber of Commerce members were invited to the Bemidji Veterans Home that is being completed. Ground breaking ceremony was held in 2021 near the Sanford Health buildings located at 920 Anne St. NW. Home Administrator Kevin Gish took the almost 100 people around who were there for the...
Lund Lutheran Church congregation in Gully invites all family, friends and neighbors to join in a 125th year celebration on July 16.
Your own level of “Home-Made” is Best !   Pot-Luck in Gully for Lund Church 125th on July 16.  Bring it on!  Summers are short in this neck of the woods. Every day is heavily loaded with scheduled activities and unscheduled surprises. For many people in such a short season of working and/or playing...
The Gerald Dyrdahl Pro Class race was won by Dan Revering. He is shown with some of the past winners of the Gerald Dyrdahl pro races that were present for the presentation.  He received $10,000 and a gun for his day.  Shown with Dan from left to right are: Taylor Bunke -2021 winner, Chad Lian -2019...
 The Palubicki's, Jim, Nina and Leah. In 1975 Jim and Nina purchased the Red Owl in Fosston and owned and managed the store until 2006 when their daughter Leah purchased the business.
By Kim Spaeth-Hedlund, Editor, McIntosh Times  Change is in the air in Fosston. Starting Thursday, December 29th, Palubicki’s Family Market will change hands and become Hugo’s Family Marketplace. The community first shopped Palubicki’s in 1975 when Jim and Nina Palubicki moved to Fosston and bought...
The riders were lined up and ready to go in front of Vernes Lutheran Church and along County Highway 5 north of McIntosh.
Years ago, Rupert Syverson called his neighbors to go on an ATV trail ride. What started out as a small group of friends taking a short ride around the area has become the community ride it is now. After Rupert passed away, his nephew, Leslie Finseth, continued the tradition and as time passed the...
Car Show winners at the Gonvick Pumpkin Day and Car Show who took home 100 dollars each. The winners are selected by votes from each car show participant. Winners from last weekend were from left to right: Steve Fjerstad, Fosston; Angie and Gary Coan, Bemidji; Rick Myrum, Pengilly; Randy Ridlon, Solway and not pictured, Owen Shegrud, Bagley who had to go to attend a wedding before the awards were announced.
Five car  show winners received $100 each from the Gonvick Diamond Jubilee Committee during Pumpkin Day in Gonvick. No entry fee was required for the 75 cars that were entered in the show. Winners were selected by show participants each getting  five cars to vote for. Winners were Steve Fjerstgad...
Pumpkin weigh off winners at the Gonvick Pumpkin Day activities were from left to right in the front row; Ray and Monique Norman, Anne Bergh, Leo and Jack Nordlund, Bryson Fiedler and the winner a second year in a row Wade Klema. Back row: Frank Bergh, Wayne Bergh and Lori Bahr, Jesse Eck, Blake Prestemon, Tucker Johnson, Bob Edevold, JJ Solberg and Charlie Bergh.
The full day started out with the craft and flea market people coming in to set up their wares. Kandi's Kitchen was open at 6:30 in the morning. Cars started coming into town for registration at 9:00 am. There were 75 cars lined up on Main Street in Gonvick on Saturday, September 25. Clearwater...
For the past 15 years, Lakes Concrete Plus, Inc. has served northern Minnesota with their ready mix, aggregate materials, septic tanks, Amvic and misc. accessories. Like many small businesses, the pandemic hit them hard, but thanks to the Line 3 replacement project, they are seeing a much-needed...
12-year-old McKenna Bjerk of Mahnomen.
For so many of us when the pandemic hit last spring we did not know what to do with ourselves while stuck at home, but that was not a problem for 12-year-old McKenna Bjerk of Mahnomen, MN who used this time last spring to write a book and is now a published author.   McKenna's 187 page chapter book...
Alan Roy believes building up the economy, improving health care, supporting education, and caring for veterans are among the most important issues facing people in our region, and these are the issues he will focus on if he wins the senate seat.
By Bonnie Kirchman “You have a heart for helping people,” Alan Roy was told. And that is why people approached him and encouraged him to run for office in the 2020 election. Roy is seeking election to the Minnesota State Senate Second District seat and is the endorsed DFL candidate. The main reason...


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