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BEMIDJI, Minn. - Rick Santorum appeared in Bemidji two days before Tuesday's Minnesota caucuses, urging those taking part in the selection of the next Republican candidate to support his campaign. "You're going to have an opportunity to reset this election," said the former U.S.
BEMIDJI - Deborah Davis hid her face with a fan created from a copy of the Bill of Rights as the Bemidji City Council made it official: "Gaea" will return to downtown Bemidji. The council voted unanimously Tuesday night to reverse last week's decision by City Manager John Chattin to remove "Gaea" from its spot at the intersection of Fourth Street Northwest and Beltrami Avenue Northwest due to concerns about what was depicted on the abdomen of the beaver. "I do believe good always wins," Davis said after the meeting, her voice slightly cracking.
When the phone rang Wednesday morning, Amanda (Norgaard) McBride all but groaned. "Now who's calling?" she wondered. McBride has given countless media interviews in the past week, recounting the birth of her third son, 1-week-old Joseph Dominick Phillips. Joseph was born at 12:20 a.m. May 19 in a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt that was going about 70 mph from Bagley to North Country Regional Hospital in Bemidji. His mother was driving the vehicle since his father, Joseph Phillips, is unable to drive due to seizures.
BEMIDJI, Minn. - The charge against a 31-year-old man here has been amended to second-degree murder without intent after an infant he was caring for in December died from its injuries. Timothy Kenneth Lundberg of Bemidji allegedly caused fatal injuries to a 7-month-old infant on Dec. 18, when the child was in his care. Lundberg was arraigned on the new charge Tuesday morning in Beltrami County District Court.
An 18-year-old Bemidji man was arrested Monday following a pursuit in the Bemidji area. The man also is suspected of burglary. According to a press release from the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office: A 2004 GMC Sierra pickup was stolen on Christmas Day from Heartland Auto Sales of Bemidji.