At 720 square miles, the Brainerd School District is Minnesota’s fifth largest school district in geographic area. Six public elementary schools lie within its borders: Baxter, Garfield, Harrison, Lowell, Nisswa, and Riverside. Though varying in size, the staff in each of these schools work hard t...
President Ahmadinejad announced Wednesday that Iran is mastering the entire nuclear fuel cycle. That mastery includes mining, processing, enriching, and fabricating fuel from uranium for a nuclear power plant such as the one at Bushehr in Iran.
A recent unsigned correspondence (Vox Pop) published by the Dispatch asked, "Why would any business want to move to Brainerd?" followed by a political rant.
Let me identify many reasons why Brainerd would be a winner for your business: 1.
Just across the German border in the small Czech city of Temelin is one of Europe's most accident prone nuclear power plants. Green Party officials in Germany have repeatedly called for "the entire facility to be shut down immediately." No longer.
Forestview Middle School is 339,000 square feet, the entire site area covers 180 acres of land, and we currently have 1,880 students in grades 5-8. At first glance, it could be said that the building looks "imposing." Imposing? Yes.
Significance - that's what Kinship Partners is all about. Each one of us, someday, wakes up and asks ourselves, "What did I do to make a difference in this world?" And some of us, including me, didn't have a good answer for that question.