Christians around the world will gather Friday to mark the beginning of Easter weekend and the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. For about 3,000 Brainerd area churchgoers that means another Good Friday service at Brainerd High School.
There's only one day that separates Friday from Sunday.
For most of us it's that day in between that we spend the majority of our week thinking about.
We get to sleep in. Eat breakfast late. Live beyond the schedule.
For more than 30 years Greg Rosenberg has invested his life in creating the kind of art that moves people.
His most recent masterpiece took him more than two years to complete. And now Rosenberg can sit back and enjoy the view.
If you've driven down Washington Street through Northeast Brainerd lately chances are you've noticed the billboard for The Journey North - the one with the eyes.
The advertisement doesn't say much but for many in the Brainerd community it says enough.
When Marina Grabowski graduated from college the plan was to pursue a career in civil engineering - the field she spent four years studying.
Like many women, Grabowski took a hiatus from her career to start a family.
With at least 11 expectant mothers due to deliver between Dec. 30 and Jan. 3, there was bound to be a New Year's baby in the Brainerd lakes area.
And there was - Katelynn Marie Mayfield was born at 12:55 a.m. to Maria and James Mayfield of Brainerd.