BAXTER - What happens when you give 12 students about $2,000 and a bus ride to the local Walmart?
You get cartloads of Christmas presents donated to their peers who otherwise may not have a gift waiting for them under the Christmas tree.
Instead of Carnegie Hall, how about singing a few carols at city hall?
Brainerd City Council President Mary Koep said at Monday night’s meeting that she’d like to see carolers performing in city hall during this holiday season, suggesting they come and sing for city staff an hour a day.
The Brainerd City Council Monday night approved the sale of a $1 million general obligation bond to help pay for its 2011 street improvements.
Paul Steinman, the city's bond counsel, said the city had three bidders for the bond sale.
Two premature twin boys are now working to grow bigger and stronger in a Duluth hospital while their hometown community is rallying around their family.
A spaghetti dinner benefit is being planned from 5-8 p.m.
PEQUOT LAKES — Pequot Lakes school bus drivers and their supporters recently began circulating information to parents and community members alleging that a school board member said a “monkey could drive your kids to school” during a particularly contentious negotiations session. Bu...
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What is a "living wage" for a family of four in the Brainerd Lakes Area?