A rural Brainerd psychiatrist who was the subject of a Minneapolis Star Tribune report that he engaged in a pattern of false billing claims while administrating medical staffs in mental health hospitals said Monday the state was fully aware of his private practice.
Dr. Robert B. Jones made ...
The Patriots Day bombings in Boston, at this point, have raised far more questions than answers. Law enforcement officials are working feverishly to determine who planted the bombings that killed three people and injured more than 170.
Income tax preparers are bracing themselves for the final push as they get ready to close the books on the 2013 tax season.
"We're working all weekend," Mary Farmer, a general partner with Nisswa Tax Service, said Friday.
The fall of Bataan in the early months of World War II is a just a historical footnote to many, but its significance hasn't diminished for those whose loved ones fought and later suffered on that Philippine peninsula.
Several Brainerd area projects were included in the $800 million House DFL bonding bill that was announced Tuesday but area representatives had mixed reaction to the proposal.
Rep. John Ward, DFL-Baxter, and Rep.
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