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Farmington School Board sees orange at meeting, votes White for boundary change
Farmington, Rosemount school districts set levies
ISD 192 boundary change options remain the same
Farmington police report: November 22-27
FHS grad hurt in hit and run
crime and courts
Girls hockey: Tigers 2-5 heading into Missota
Girls basketball: Tigers take out Rockets
Boys hockey: Tigers complete Roch sweep
Boys basketball: Tigers upset No. 10 JM, move to 3-0
Swimming and diving: 200 breaststroke relay first, team second at Relays
Farmington resident has created 13 libraries in Rwanda
Your weekend: Downtown Dazzle Day is Saturday
Downtown Dazzle Day returns to Farmington
Looking back: Dakota County mourned the death of President Kennedy 50 years ago
Your weekend: Farmington Ground Round offers Thanksgiving meal for free
arts and entertainment
Emil J. Viskocil, 98
Avenelle M. Scobie, 98
LuVerne L. Radtke, 79
Gerald "Gerry" G. Grant, 90
Lois Mae Sivertson Ozmun, 65
Student column: It’s a shopper’s dream
Nathan's column: After a while, it grows on you
Editorial: Farmington schools aren’t afraid to innovate
Michelle's column: The Great Turkey Experiment of 2013
Letter to the editor: A purple circle surrounded by green
Richard and Bridget Pederson vs Bremer Bank - Mortgage Foreclosure
Peter & Cindy Reuvers vs. Merill Lynch Credit Corp.
Noel & clara Zahler vs. Residential Mortgage Group, Inc.
Theresa and Kevin Kirk Mortgage Foreclosure - Caliber Home Loans
JP Morgan vs Jeffrey and Donna Omelenik - Mortgage Foreclosure
August 22, 2012
Safety tips: help keep kids safe, parents worry-free
It is recommended that parents walk the route to school with students before the start of the year to assess hazards and select a course with...
August 22, 2012 - 6:56am
August 21, 2012
Tom Purcell: Genetically engineered children
“Sit down over here. It won’t take but 20 minutes for us to custom-design your fetus.” “You want to custom-design our child, doctor?” “In the summer of 2012, University of Washington researchers made a massive biotechnology breakthrough. Few people talked about it at the...
opinion / commentary
August 21, 2012 - 10:55pm
August 20, 2012
Lunch workers study how to get kids to eat healthy
DENVER (AP) — There will be more whole grains on school lunch menus this year, along with a wider selection of fruits and vegetables and other...
August 20, 2012 - 1:28pm
A survey of practicing physicians by Everydayhealth.com yielded the following most-popular, doctor-prescribed resolutions: Monitor your blood...
August 20, 2012 - 6:51am
August 17, 2012
Bemidji Pioneer Business Briefs for August 19
Realtor expands market into Bemidji BEMIDJI – Betsy Hollister, an Edina Realty sales associate, is now a full-time associate in the Bemidji and Bagley areas. She is a member of the Northwest Minnesota Association of Realtors and the Greater Lakes Association of Realtors, as well...
August 17, 2012 - 10:58pm
Chiropratic Sport and Spinal Rehab donates to Northwoods Coalition for Family Safety
Chiropractic Sport and Spinal Rehab of Bemidji donated items to the Northwoods Coalition for Family Safety. Donors were encouraged to drop off items from Aug. 6-10 at CSSR in exchange for free services. From left are Valerie Robinson, NCFS advocate; Jyll Gudvangen, NCFS house manager;...
August 17, 2012 - 10:55pm
August 16, 2012
Wellness court: Ceremonies, cultural activities help recovery process
By Tom Robertson, MPR News 91.3 FM CASS LAKE – Fred Isham sits near a blazing fire just outside Cass Lake on the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. The 37-year-old tribal member helped build the fire to heat carefully selected stones that will be used in a nearby sweat lodge. Inside...
news / region
August 16, 2012 - 9:14pm
Parkinson’s disease: Pedal and Roll event planned in Bemidji
BY DELANEY DALY Pioneer Staff Writer BEMIDJI – Eleven years ago, Chuck Austad of Bemidji was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease – a diagnosis to an estimated 50,000 people annually in the U.S. “The thing about Parkinson’s is that you lose the ability to do the things you...
news / local
August 16, 2012 - 8:53pm
Group cycles through Bemidji
Joy Sigelman of Minneapolis leads a group of friends Wednesday along Shevlin Avenue Southwest on their way to Laporte and back. The cycling group...
news / local
August 16, 2012 - 12:33am
Survey: Minnesota, North Dakota will be among best places to live in 2032
By Marino Eccher, Forum Communications FARGO – Twenty years from now, cars will fly, your iPhone will double as your au pair, and the “Spiderman” trilogy with be on its 12th reboot. And Minnesota and North Dakota will be among the top five states to live in, according to a...
August 16, 2012 - 12:04am
August 15, 2012
Thousands lose state health insurance
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — More than 3,000 people have been kicked off the state's health insurance plan. An audit found they are ineligible relatives of state employees. The audit of 34,000 Minnesota employees required workers to submit tax returns, birth certificates and marriage...
August 15, 2012 - 6:39am
August 13, 2012
Colorful area CSA offers subscribers four months of produce, local connections
A southeast breeze rippled spring green stalks on a patch of Elephant garlic. Crimson early strawberries peeked out from deep green leaves surrounded...
August 13, 2012 - 6:43am
August 8, 2012
Depression need not be part of aging process
Myth: Depression is an expected part of growing older. Fact: While older adults are susceptible to depression, it is not a "given" that one should expect to have to deal with depression as one gets older. As we grow older, all of us will experience some life changes such as retirement,...
August 8, 2012 - 6:37am
August 6, 2012
CUT CALORIES: without going hungry
All-time high obesity rates have led many people to seek ways to cut some fat and calories from their diets. Doing so doesn't have to be so difficult or intimidating. Obesity rates in the United States have reached a plateau. For the last five years the statistics indicate Americans...
August 6, 2012 - 6:13am
August 5, 2012
New ISD 192 partnership with area doctor can help parents identify whether their children have sleep disorders
A new partnership between the Farmington School District and FamilyHealth Medical Clinic may just help some kids do better in school. The program promotes sleep screenings for kids who may be at risk for sleep disorders, including sleep apnea. Under the direction of Dr. Gerard...
education / health
August 5, 2012 - 7:05am