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The 92.1 / 107.9 The River Easter Egg Hunt is Saturday, April 4th at 11am in the BEMIDJI HIGH SCHOOL parking lot (note location change from year's past). Our egg hunt is for kids 12 and under (must be with an adult). There will be candy, prizes, a picnic lunch...and lots of eggs!

FREE tickets are available at: McDonalds, Menards, Cost Cutters, Pet Zone, Raphaels, Coca Cola, Citizens State Bank, Thrivent Financial, Perkins, Marketplace Foods, Benusa, Downtown Meats, First National Bank, Green Mill, Big Apple Bagles, Erbert and Gerberts, Bemidji Chrysler Center, Bemidji Sports Center, Dickeys BBQ and Iverson Corner Drug.

Our Easter Egg Hunt is Saturday, April 4th in the BEMIDJI HIGH SCHOOL parking lot, and starts at 11am SHARP!

The hunt goes fast...don't be late!

We'll see you Easter Saturday for the 92.1 / 107.9 The River Easter Egg Hunt!


How would you like to win one of 12 trips being given away with the "Passport 2 Summer"?

92.1 / 107.9 The River is giving away trips to: The Black Hills, Wisconsin Dells, Seven Clans Thief River Falls Waterpark, Red Lake Outdoors, and the grand prize...a Carnival Cruise to Cozumel!

You can also register by texting PASS to 62582!



REGISTER HERE FOR THE PASSPORT TO SUMMER!


Top Stories From MinnesotaDailyNews.com
26th March 2015
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Two bull elk were illegally shot and killed near Grygla in an area that holds Minnesota’s smallest elk herd and has been closed to hunting since 2012, according to the Department of Natural Resources.

“Our investigation found that these elk had been shot and left,” said Lt ... read more





Third annual Headwaters Film Festival kicks off Wednesday
Bemidji City Council Approves Contract for New City Manager
Bill Maki Named President of the Northeast Higher Education District
Governor in Bemidji talking transportation

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Trey Lyles scored 14 points, Andrew Harrison added 13 and the unbeaten Kentucky Wildcats, chasing history and a ninth national title, rolled to a 78-39 victory over West Virginia on Thursday night in the NCAA tournament.
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The Tennessee Volunteers have fired Donnie Tyndall, as the basketball coach is "highly likely" to be found responsible for NCAA violations stemming from his time at Southern Miss, the school announced Friday morning.
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