Tom Brady’s Connection to Small Minnesotan Town

As Tom Brady gears up for his 10th Super Bowl trip, it might not catch many catch Minnesotans off-guard. It’s the trips he took when he was younger that might....

Line 3 Opposition Continues with Caravan Along Pipeline Route

Those who oppose the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline are continuing to make themselves heard. On Friday, a group calling themselves water protectors took part in a protest...

Walz Authorizes Use of National Guard for Upcoming Trials of Ex-Minneapolis Officers

Gov. Tim Walz has authorized the Minnesota National Guard to deploy in preparation for potential civil unrest during the upcoming trials of four ex-Minneapolis police...

Heating Assistance Available To Low-Income Households

Rep. Matt Bliss, R-Pennington, is reminding residents that heating assistance is available to those who are struggling to pay their bills. “Between rising energy costs...

Bemidji Fire Department Gets New Personal Protective Equipment

The Bemidji Fire Department was able to purchase new and additional SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus) personal protective equipment through the Assistance to...

Bemidji Brewing Hosting Community Growler Giveback Program

There will be no Community Pint Nights at Bemidji Brewing this year due to COVID-19 restrictions, but the brewery will be hosting a months-long event in order to give...

Cuyuna Lakes Chamber’s Annual Ice Fishing Contest About to Kick Off

The Cuyuna Lakes Chamber of Commerce’s 17th annual Ice Fishing Contest kicks off Saturday, February 6. Like the recent contest from the Brainerd Jaycees, you can...

In Focus: Bemidji Woodcarvers Featured at Gallery North

The Bemidji Woodcarvers Club has been around for decades, helping shape those with a passion for woodcarving. This month, they are showing off their work at Gallery North...

Bemidji State University to Give Presentation on Indigenous Sustainability Program

On February 18, Bemidji State University will host a virtual presentation on the Niizhoo-gwayakochigewin program. The program is focused on Indigenous perspectives on...

Lakeland Currents – Keeping Your Drinking Water Clean

Join Lakeland Currents host Jason Edens for a discussion about municipal water quality in our region. Our guest is Charlie Gammon, Waste Water Treatment Supervisor with...

1,054 New COVID-19 Cases, 22 Deaths Reported Friday

The state reported 1,054 new COVID-19 cases along with 22 related deaths on Friday. One of the deaths came from the Lakeland viewing area: A Morrison County resident...

Health Officials Say Those Considering Holding Super Bowl Parties Should Think Again

Health officials say Minnesotans thinking about holding Super Bowl parties should think again – even though the state’s coronavirus numbers are improving....