Bemidji man wins Great American Think-Off on side of poetry
For Marsh Muirhead, poetry certainly matters.
It was his arsenal of thought-provoking arguments, compiled mentally since his childhood, which led to the Bemidji man's victory at the 19th annual Great American Think-Off on June 11.
In front of a crowd at the New York Mills School auditorium, Muirhead debated in favor of poetry's merit in a competition judged by those present at the NY Mills Regional Cultural Center event.
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