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Dennis Doeden

Reporter

Dennis Doeden, former publisher of the Bemidji Pioneer, is a feature reporter. He is a graduate of Metropolitan State University with a degree in Communications Management.

He joined Forum Communications Company in 1979 and worked at The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead for 22 years in various newsroom positions. He was named publisher of the Bemidji Pioneer in 2001 and served in that post until 2019. He welcomes story ideas at ddoeden@bemidjipioneer.com or by phone at 218-333-9771.

A newly published children’s book by Red Lake author Elizabeth Barrett and illustrator Jonathan Thunder brings the Seven Grandfather Teachings of Love, Respect, Courage, Honesty, Wisdom, Humility and Truth to colorful life for young and old.
Peter Nordquist became 1 of 9 Americans to join a humanitarian team that was in Poland for about a week before crossing the Ukrainian border on Sunday, April 10, and traveling to Lviv on a crowded bus.
The Carrs are one of nearly two dozen families that have taken advantage of Greater Bemidji’s 218 Relocate program, which offers incentives to those who move to Bemidji and work remotely. Tony is a geospatial technician for Boeing, creating flight charts for commercial airline pilots. They moved here from Denver with their two young daughters in June, and are living with Sharon’s parents on Lake Movil until Dec. 14 when they close on their new home.
Darolyn Erickson will be among the competitors Oct. 16 at the Minnesota Sings! statewide competition in Woodbury, although she won’t be able to attend. A recording of her song has been sent in to be played at the event. Three others from the Bemidji Sings! event will compete live at the state event.
Colleagues, patients, bandmates, fishing and hunting buddies, and fellow golfers are sharing fond memories of Jim Thompson, who died on Aug. 16 at age 88.
Friends and family members are rallying to support artist Maureen O’Brien after a June 1 chimney fire destroyed her 103-year-old home a mile south of Solway, Minn. She has been battling life-threatening medical ailments since March, and is unaware of the fire.
BEMIDJI, Minn. — Former Chief Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court Russell A. Anderson died Tuesday, Sept. 15, at age 78.