■ About RAP
Release Advanced Planning (RAP) program offers a team approach involving corrections, public health, law enforcement, prosecution and community organizations, to work with an inmate to plan a successful re-entry to the community.
On behalf of the Central Minnesota Council and Pine Tree District of the Boy Scouts of America we would like to extend our sincerest appreciation to the Brainerd, Baxter and Pillager communities for their generous support of the 2013 Scouting For Food campaign. Collectively, the community gave over ...
With Minnesota’s small game hunting season underway and the firearm deer season set to begin Nov. 9, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) says making a blaze orange fashion statement this fall might not get you on the best-dressed list, but it just might save your life.
Tyler Millner suffered through an injury plagued junior season.
This season, opposing defenses are suffering.
A healthy Millner is a fast Millner and that means big plays for the Pierz Pioneers football team.
Miller turned on the burners Sept.
The committee meeting, already scheduled to give organizations an opportunity to make their case for funding, came after the board voted 4-1 earlier this month against increasing appropriation for 2014.
■ Benefit for Sara
and Merle Berry
JENKINS - A benefit picnic lunch for Sara and Merle Berry will be at 2 p.m. Sept. 28, at the Jenkins VFW.
Sara, the daughter of Roger and Debbie Martin, is on dialysis again awaiting a second kidney transplant.
■ BAELN kicks off year with presentation on Minnesota’s endangered, threatened and special concern species
Rich Baker, endangered species coordinator for the state of Minnesota, will review the components of the state’s law and discuss the highlights of recent changes to Minnesota’s list of ...