Department of Public Safety Begins “Click It or Ticket” Campaign

Cars are well equipped to provide many safety features in the event of a crash, but all of those safety features go out the window when a rider is not wearing a seat...

Local Author Talks About America’s Longest War Against Indigenous Peoples

Over the course of history, America has been drawn into a great many wars. After the United States recently left Afghanistan, President Biden called it the end of...

Nisswa Getting Ready for 48th Annual Fall Festival

Preparations are underway in Nisswa for this Saturday’s 48th annual Nisswa Fall Festival. The all-day event starts at 7 AM with a pancake breakfast at the fire...

Tate Rusk Named New Brainerd/Little Falls Girls Hockey Head Coach

The 2010 Brainerd alum has been an assistant coach with the Warriors since 2017. When Jack Freeman accepted the Activities Director Position in August, Freeman turned to...

In Focus: Horace May Elementary in Bemidji Displays New Nature Mural

Horace May Elementary School had quite a bit of help this past winter of 2020 to place a 500-square foot mural that depicts various aspects of their outdoor classroom....

Silent Auction Being Held for Daughter of Bemidji Assistant Football Coach

Friends and family of a Bemidji High assistant football coach whose daughter has been diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer are rallying to raise funds for the...

US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Elderly, High-Risk

WASHINGTON (AP) — Dealing the White House a stinging setback, a government advisory panel overwhelmingly rejected a plan Friday to give Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots...

Federal Relief Act Offers Funding for BSU, NTC Students

Through the American Rescue Plan Act, a third round of financial assistance is available for Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College Students who have...

2,645 New COVID-19 Cases, 13 Deaths Reported Friday in MN

The state today reported 13 new COVID-19 related deaths along with 2,645 new coronavirus cases. There was one death reported in the Lakeland viewing area, a Wadena County...

Minnesota Supreme Court says Pardon Votes Must be Unanimous

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled Thursday that unanimous votes are required for the state Board of Pardons to grant clemency. Justices overruled a...

Bemidji-Moorhead Football Game Cancelled Due to COVID-19 Spread

Originally aired September 15, 2021 on Lakeland News

BSU Football Passing Game Off to Quick Start

Originally aired September 16, 2021 on Lakeland News