Carl Wilkens, who said he was the only American who remained in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide, Friday spoke to students and others at Central Lakes College on the Brainerd campus about his experience.
The Brainerd Warriors dance team took third place Tuesday in its first Central Lakes Conference high kick meet at St. Cloud Tech.
"It's early in our season, and our first time out, but we are disappointed in the outcome," said head coach Cindy Clough.
BAXTER — Baxter resident Erin Anderson is high on life.
Anderson, the wife of Pastor Hans Anderson of Trinity Lutheran Church, loves so many things, but music is her specialty. Anderson teaches piano to students at her home and at the church three days a week. She also is the part-time music direc...
Art focus: Creative writing.
Adviser nomination: “Vanessa is a diligent and talented writer who gives her all in every assignment. Her creativity shines through in this class, especially when she wrote a terrific children’s story to read to Tamie Swanson...
LITTLE FALLS — The fifth annual Christmas at the Mansions tour that begins Friday at Linden Hill in Little Falls will again be a treat to many.
Friends of Linden Hill, a nonprofit group sponsoring the tour, are offering more glitzier and glamorous decor, while featuring the history of the Musser a...
Business sponsors and special guests of Sertoma’s Winter Wonderland experienced a special red carpet event Thursday during the “VIP Preview Evening” at the Northland Arboretum.
Businesses and guests got a sneak peak of the fifth annual lighting display, after walking down a red carpet in the a...
CLC OSP visits TCC Head StartBrainerd Boys Hockey vs St. Cloud ApolloBrainerd Post Office ActivitySanta Visits Brainerd LibraryBHS Boys Hoop vs. RogersRazing a House.Area Firefighter TrainingPaul Bunyan Wrestling Tournament ChampionshipsWreaths for the Fallen
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