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Students anxious for BHS prom, now at Sanford Center

BEMIDJI – Bemidji High School senior Brianna Neumann never expected to be asked out to prom so publicly.

Bemidji Pioneer, 05/04/2012

As college grads enter work force, still no debt solution

BEMIDJI – More than 1,000 students will receive their undergraduate and graduate degrees from Bemidji State University, Northwest Technology and Oak Hills Christian College in the coming days.

Bemidji Pioneer, 05/03/2012

After more than four decades, educator plans retirement

BEMIDJI – P. Bruce Anderson’s youngest grandson won’t be the only one leaving Northern Elementary School this May as he moves on to middle school. His grandfather is also leaving.

Bemidji Pioneer, 04/29/2012

‘A good place to start’ – School district looks at special ed changes

BEMIDJI – It came as no surprise to Tricia Denzer, Bemidji School District’s director of special education, to hear what could be improved with special education programming in the district.

Bemidji Pioneer, 04/29/2012

Changes to GED exams could impact 1,200 students in area

BEMIDJI – Dressed in a traditional black commencement gown and topped with a hat and yellow tassel, Audra “Tina” Grogan smiled as she stood behind the podium at Bemidji High School.

Bemidji Pioneer, 04/26/2012

Bemidji School District: Staffing changes made

After waiting one week before deciding whether to approve a list of staffing changes for next year, members of Bemidji School District’s Board of Education appeared more ready to make such a decision during a special school board meeting held Monday.

Bemidji Pioneer, 04/24/2012

Bemidji Rotary: Exchange program gives insight into cultures, common job

BEMIDJI – The Australian island of Tasmania, with its many rounded mountain ranges, tall gum trees and unique wildlife like the Tasmanian Devil, looks very different from Bemidji, and yet a handful of Tasmanians have been impressed by the First City on the Mississippi.

Bemidji Pioneer, 04/22/2012

Bemidji man turns 100

BEMIDJI – Treating yourself to a bologna sandwich once in a while and maintaining “a good Scandinavian work ethic” are the keys to living a long life, according to Dennis Johnson, the nephew of John Johnson who turned 100 on Monday.

Bemidji Pioneer, 04/19/2012

School board to consider staffing changes at Monday meeting

BEMIDJI – School board member Bill Faver said nothing for nearly two hours as district administrators, the superintendent, students and other board members discussed administrators’ recommendations Monday to reduce staffing by 10 positions next year.

Bemidji Pioneer, 04/18/2012

Families will pay more for school meals next year

This was not a local decision, but rather one made by the federal government, Marleen Webb, Bemidji School District’s food services coordinator, said of why school lunch prices have increased over the last two years.

Bemidji Pioneer, 04/17/2012

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