Sled run on ice at Breezy fast but not Chris Hanson's fastest
Blazing down a 1,000 foot strip of ice at more than 161 mph aboard a snowmobile just inches off the lake is impressive (about 100 mph slower than a 6,000 horsepower NHRA Funny Car at the 660 foot mark of a quarter-mile dragstrip).
Staples man publishes book about his experiences in marriage, parenting, faith
STAPLES -- David Anderson became a teacher, a husband and a father all at age 22. Now, at 58, Anderson is a retired father of five, who is busier than he was some 36 years ago.
It sat all summer, seed in it, untouched. Come fall, the birds began to pay attention to it again. Soon it ran out, empty, no seed. For a while they kept coming, but before long they stopped. Perhaps weeks went by.
The First Congregational United Church of Christ, Brainerd, will begin the second session of the new Sunday school curriculum titled "Seasons of the Spirit" Sunday. The first session featured an awareness of other cultures. The second session will feature the study of the fullness of Advent.
School district could save $333,000 by refinancing
The Brainerd School District is expected to save about $333,000 if it refinances $4.6 million in bonds.
Colleges see record applications
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A record number of high school students are applying to some Minnesota colleges, likely in response to uncertainty over their futures, college officials said.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Wheat receipts Thursday 52, a year ago 152.
SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) (USDA) -- Thursday cattle estimate: 450. Last Thursday: 358. Year Ago Thursday: 478. Wednesday actual: 955.
MINNEAPOLI(AP) -- Wheat receipts Wednesday 70, a year ago 75.
SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) (USDA) -- Wednesday cattle estimate: 950. Last Wednesday: 0. Year ago Wednesday: 0. Tuesday actual: 1012.
One-dish meals help simplify life
After a busy holiday season, I was ready to kick back, relax and enjoy a low-key weekend.
School lunch menus
The following recently appeared in Crow Wing District Court:
Mother, 4-year-old injured in car accident
A Brainerd mother and her 4-year-old daughter were injured Monday after their car collided with another vehicle at an uncontrolled intersection in Brainerd, sending their vehicle crashing into a tree.
Kletta Isreal, Brainerd, a girl, Keles Precious-Miracle Rush, 5 pounds, 15 ounces, Dec. 19, 2002. Grandparents are Flora and Willie Walker, Robbinsdale, and Mr. and Mrs. Perkins, Chicago.
Keith and Kathy Watson, Brainerd, a girl, Savannah Lynn, 7 pounds, 7 ounces, Dec. 6, 2002. Grandparents are Don and Lois Watson, Palisade, and Sheila Engebretson, Sebeka. Great-grandparent is Katherine Anderson, Motley.
Senate finance chair taking more pessimistic view of budget
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Officially, Gov. Tim Pawlenty and lawmakers have a $4.56 billion projected deficit to cope with over the next 30 months.
The decision by Rep. Mary Ellen Otremba, DFL-Long Prairie, to pass rather than vote for a pro-choice DFL leader for speaker of the House was a decision of the heart.
Cass commissioners talk about state budget deficit's possible effects on county
WALKER -- Patricia Coldwell of the Association of Minnesota Counties Tuesday told the Cass County Board the county currently receives $3,002,198 in state funds.
Pawlenty makes two council appointments
Gov. Tim Pawlenty on Thursday named Peter Bell chairman of the Metropolitan Council and Vicki Grunseth chairwoman of the Metropolitan Airports Commission.
Pawlenty wants to promote agriculture
HUTCHINSON (AP) -- Gov. Tim Pawlenty said Thursday he wants to keep state farmers competitive and promote agriculture during his administration.
Pawlenty stands firm on taxes
BLOOMINGTON -- Days before he releases the first part of his state budget fix, Gov. Tim Pawlenty assured business leaders Wednesday night that he won't buckle to pressure to consider tax hikes along the way.
Smallpox vaccine expected to arrive in Minnesota soon
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Minnesota health officials expect smallpox vaccine to arrive soon for voluntary immunization of health care workers.
Robbinsdale hospital opts out of smallpox plan
ROBBINSDALE (AP) -- North Memorial Medical Center told employees it is not recommending they get the smallpox vaccine during the first phase of a federal inoculation program.
Commercial addition -- Brainerd Dispatch newspaper, Nor-son, Inc., 506 James St., $90,000.
Home Stretch classes set in Little Falls, Walker
The homeowner training program called Home Stretch will be offered in Little Falls and Walker in February.
'Ultimate' Fish houses to be raffled
Winning the ultimate fish house is going to take a raffle ticket.
Housing market study results meeting set Jan. 21
Results from a lakes area housing market study will be discussed from 8 to 11 a.m. Jan. 21 at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Baxter.
Quinn Marana joined Aspen Real Estate, Brainerd.
Sheriff says three burglary rings active
The Crow Wing County Sheriff's Department is investigating whether the string of burglaries at homes and cabins throughout the county in recent weeks was the work of three different burglary rings.
Many lakes area residentsare gambling with their health by not having medical insurance. Look for the story Sunday.
Nine arrested in Brainerd, Merrifield in meth lab case
Nine people were arrested in Brainerd and Merrifield Monday and Tuesday by the Lakes Area Drug Investigative Division for drug and firearm charges in connection with a methamphetamine lab.
Field was muddy, but who's complaining?
Kevin O'Grady (top), Shane Sullivan and Justin Ward (Bottom) enjoyed the warm weather on Wednesday. Temperatures in the 50's created some mud for a football game at the Brainerd High School football field.
What caused hole?
What caused the black hole in North Long Lake?
Many lakes area residents are gambling with their health by not having medical insurance. Look for the story Friday.
BLACK HOLE MYSTERY DEEPENS
True to its nature, the black hole on North Long Lake has suddenly and mysteriously changed.
Carlson retiring from county health services
After 30 years as the Crow Wing County Community Health Services administrator, Carol Carlson handed in her resignation.
A Page 8A story Thursday should have said Crow Wing County will appoint someone to serve as interim county health services administrator.
Three allegedly stomped, kicked victim repeatedly
ONAMIA -- Though he was already unconscious, three Onamia young men allegedly continued for about 10 minutes to stomp, kick and beat 45-year-old Melvin Duane Eagle Jr. on his head and body numerous times, blows that eventually killed him.
This was Brainerd
JANUARY 10 - 80 years ago (1923) - King, the sporting goods manager, just received a factory shipment of the old time sun-cured smoking tobacco. The old timers know what it is.
Baxter officials to hold town meeting in March
BAXTER -- Residents will have an opportunity to voice concerns, see where city projects are headed and ask questions at the Baxter Town Meeting in March.
A state spending freeze memo from the governor's office created initial shock waves Thursday that a purchase plan for the Potlatch mill was in serious jeopardy.
CASS LAKE -- A multi-agency emergency ice rescue exercise will be conducted Saturday on the ice and in the waters of Cass Lake.
Lawmakers breath easier
Brainerd area lawmakers were breathing easier this morning after state officials clarified that loan money for purchase of the Potlatch mill was not in jeopardy despite Thursday afternoon's state spending memo calling for a freeze on discretionary spending.
BAXTER -- The Highway 210 Corridor Management Plan, which covers 16 miles from Motley to the end of the four-lane road in Baxter, is available at these locations: Minnesota Department of Transportation offices in Baxter, Baxter City Hall, Motley City Hall, Pillager City Hall and the Brainerd Public Library.
Crow Wing boat, water budget has surplus
The Crow Wing County Sheriff's Department received a late Christmas gift Tuesday.
Arrests may solve rash of home, cabin burglaries
The recent rash of cabin and home burglaries throughout Crow Wing County may have been solved today.
Cass County gains funds for food, shelter
Cass County was chosen to receive $14,618 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the area.
This was Brainerd
JANUARY 9 - 20 years ago (1983) - Twenty-one teachers will be laid off next year as the Brainerd School Board seeks to dig its way out of a financial hole caused by a drastic drop in state revenue.
Ready to dive
Todd Matthies, a member of the Minnesota School of Diving, made a communication check Wednesday before a dive in the Highway 371 bay of North Long Lake. He could communicate from under water with personnel in a rubber boat on the ice-covered hole.
Leona F. Rahn
AITKIN -- Leona F. Rahn, 82, Aitkin, died today, Jan. 10, 2003, at Aicota Health Care Center in Aitkin.
John A. Nelson
John A. Nelson, 74, Brainerd, former owner of Nelson-Doran Funeral Home in Brainerd, died Thursday, Jan. 9, 2003, at home.
Helen I. Kleinschmidt
LITTLE FALLS -- Helen I. Kleinschmidt, 89, Little Falls, died today, Jan. 9, 2003, at St. Otto's Care Center in Little Falls.
Lena E. Holsapple
Lena E. Holsapple, 95, Brainerd, died Thursday, Jan. 9, 2003, at Woodland Good Samaritan Village in Brainerd.
Helen I. Kleinschmidt
LITTLE FALLS -- Helen I. Kleinschmidt, 89, Little Falls, died Thursday, Jan. 9, 2003, at St. Otto's Care Center in Little Falls.
Carol B. Anderson
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS -- Carol B. Anderson, 84, Columbia Heights, formerly of Pillager, died Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2003.
Melvin D. Eagle
ONAMIA -- Melvin Duane Eagle, 45, Onamia, died Sunday, Jan. 5, 2003, on the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Reservation.
LITTLE FALLS -- Merlin Becker, 69, Little Falls, died Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2003, at St. Cloud Hospital.
Ella N. Simmons
MESA, Ariz. -- Ella N. Simmons, 73, lifelong Brainerd resident, died Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2003, in Mesa, Ariz.
PINE RIVER -- Thelma Torske, 93, Pine River, died Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2003, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
CROSBY -- Lillian Linn, 99, Crosby, died Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2003, an hour before her 100th birthday, at the Cuyuna Regional Care Center in Crosby.
Feeling a draft
America's all-volunteer military is largely regarded as a success. Most observers agree that armed forces personnel are more professional and patriotic than ever before.
Old is new
Did you notice that the Fox network is bringing back "Dragnet?
Vox Pop, voice of the people, publishes Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Submissions are limited to 100 words.
It seems to me that most agree, all you know and feel will determine how you solve, or answer a problem. But if you think a bit, I feel that you will see a possible fallacy in that.
The words of denigration expressed towards the work of Dr. Doug Rokke in a Dec. 31 Open Forum entitled "Handling uranium" were without merit.
Remains found in Willmar identified
WILLMAR (AP) -- A human skeleton found behind a Wal-Mart here has been identified, authorities said Thursday.
WALKER -- The Mississippi Headwaters Board will meet 9 a.m. Jan. 17 at the Cass County Courthouse in Walker.
Schroeder Milk agrees to pay for hazardous waste violation
MAPLEWOOD (AP) -- Schroeder Milk Co. will pay almost $100,000 to settle a hazardous waste violation, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday.
Federal appeals court approves Linehan's continued confinement
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Dennis Linehan will remain locked up under a federal appeals court ruling that prosecutors say affirms the state's law allowing indefinite commitments of some sex offenders after they finish their sentences.
Blandin laying off 298 workers in Grand Rapids
GRAND RAPIDS (AP) -- Blandin Paper Co. of Grand Rapids announced Wednesday it is laying off 298 of its 800 workers as it permanently shuts down two of its four production lines.
Pawlenty vows to help, but says problem is bigger than Blandin
ST. PAUL -- Gov. Tim Pawlenty vowed Thursday to help laid-off workers at Blandin Paper Co. of Grand Rapids, but emphasized that the problem was bigger than these 298 workers.
Man pleads guilty to New Ulm bank robbery
ST. PAUL (AP) -- An 18-year-old Courtland man, who masterminded a New Ulm bank robbery involving five other teen-agers, pleaded guilty Thursday to the crime.
High demand eats up student financial aid
ST. PAUL (AP) -- High demand has eaten up state financial aid grants for thousands of new college students and most summer school students in Minnesota, according to an education official.
Recovering vehicles that fall through ice is complicated, expensive process
FERGUS FALLS (AP) -- This winters' warm temperatures have made driving on ice a high-risk adventure in much of Minnesota. But if a vehicle breaks through and sinks to the bottom of a lake, the right insurance will keep an owner's wallet afloat.
Progress made in Holmquist killing, newspaper reports
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) -- A break may be imminent in the 1998 killing of 16-year-old Julie Holmquist from the northwestern Minnesota town of Hallock, the Grand Forks Herald reported Friday.
St. Cloud district closing three schools
ST. CLOUD (AP) -- The St. Cloud School Board voted to close three elementary schools as the district tries to cut $3 million to $5 million from its budget, board members said.
Walker business owner pleads guilty to fraud
ST. PAUL (AP) -- The owner of a Walker real estate title company pleaded guilty Thursday to defrauding her clients and a local bank of about $652,000.
State will run out of prison space by July
ST. PAUL -- The state's prison population is rising unexpectedly fast and Minnesota will run out of prison beds as soon as July.
State settles with fired state worker
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A longtime state employee, who was fired briefly for releasing embarrassing public records to a newspaper, has settled a potential lawsuit against his employer for $150,000.
Many missing from state sex registry
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- More than 20 percent of the thousands of sex offenders who are required to register with the state can't be found, the head of the registration program said.
Rocori nipped the Brainerd Warriors 52-51 in sophomore boys' basketball Tuesday.
Tech boys blast Brainerd
ST. CLOUD -- The St. Cloud Tech Tigers shut out the Brainerd Warriors 6-0 in Central Lakes Conference boys' hockey Thursday.
Sartell/Sauk Rapids girls shut out Little Falls
SARTELL -- Brittany Beck and Megan Wurdelman each scored goals and collected two assists as the Sartell/Sauk Rapids Stormin' Sabres downed the Little Falls Flyers 7-0 in a Central Lakes Conference girls' hockey game Tuesday.
Brainerd girls' hockey team is surprising
While the story of the winter season so far may be the Brainerd High School boys' basketball team's best start in 37 years, the 11-4-1 record compiled by the Warrior girls' hockey team can't rank far behind.
Flyers pick up first win
ST. CLOUD -- Shae Tabatt and Beth Prokott finished first and second in the all-around to lead the Little Falls Flyers past the St. Cloud Apollo Eagles 131.2 to 120.15 in Central Lakes Conference gymnastics Thursday.
NorthStar Iceway hosts season opener
NorthStar Iceway, located 13 miles south of Brainerd on County Road 45, opened its season last Sunday.
Kavanaugh's shot tips Pillager
PILLAGER -- Luke Kavanaugh scored with four seconds left to lift the Pillager Huskies to a 64-62 non-conference boys' basketball victory over the Swanville Swans Thursday.
Alex swimmers take advantage of Warriors
With two of their high-point leaders not in the lineup the Brainerd Warrior boys' swimming and diving team felt the effects of their absence Thursday.
Femling third in alpine invitational
LUTSEN -- The Brainerd Warrior girls' alpine ski team placed second and the boys' team finished third at the Cook County Invitational Thursday.
Cardinals pin Pelican Rapids
STAPLES -- Brandon Redemske, Chris Dobson, Hakan Binek, Cory Detloff, Mark Tollefson and Rory Self scored pins as Staples-Motley defeated Pelican Rapids 47-23 in non-conference wrestling Tuesday.
Aitkin pins Rush City
AITKIN -- Eighth-grader Brett Mlynar set the tone for the Aitkin Gobblers as he picked up his first career varsity victory in Aitkin's 46-19 Great River Conference win over Rush City Thursday.
Warriors ski to first, second place
DETROIT LAKES -- The Brainerd Warriors didn't let blustery and cold conditions stop them from first and second place team finishes at the Detroit Lakes nordic skiing invitational Thursday.
Local sports shorts
The second Golden Gloves Boxing card of the season is scheduled 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Wadena Armory. Twelve bouts are scheduled, with Wadena hosting boxers from Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Willmar, Brainerd and Grand Forks, N.D.
WARRIORS' ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Mandy Hanson has been indefatigable between the pipes for the Brainerd Warriors girls' hockey team.
Little Falls boys defeat River Lakes
LITTLE FALLS -- Little Falls goaltender Paddy Stoy picked up his first varsity win in the Flyers' 7-1 triumph over the River Lakes Stars in Central Lakes Conference boys' hockey Thursday.
Kern reaches 1,000-point mark
BERTHA -- Senior Raya Kern became the first Verndale Pirate girls' basketball player to reach 1,000 points in a career as she nailed two free throws with two seconds left in a 45-32 loss to Bertha-Hewitt Thursday.
Aitkin boys improve to 6-2
RUSH CITY -- Roman Haberkorn scored 16 points, John Swanson 15 and Jacob Mehr 11 to help the Aitkin Gobblers to a 63-55 Great River Conference boys' basketball victory over Rush City Tuesday.
Meyer collects 44 saves in loss
RICHMOND -- Flyers goalie Kim Meyer turned away 44 shots for Little Falls in a 4-0 loss to the River Lakes Stars in Central Lakes Conference girls hockey Thursday.
Brainerd gymnasts enjoy big night
It was a momentous meet for the Brainerd Warriors gymnastics team Thursday.
Tech attacks Brainerd in girls' hockey
If you listened closely, you might have heard the eerie theme music from the movie "Jaws" Thursday at Brainerd Area Civic Center as the Brainerd Warriors girls' hockey team squared off against the St. Cloud Tech Tigers.
Warriors overcome Little Falls
Unlike influenza, winning was a contagion the Brainerd Warriors wrestling team didn't mind spreading around.
Raiders prepare to face Hibbing, Rainy River
After starting the season with four straight losses, the Central Lakes College Raiders men's basketball team has rattled off four consecutive wins, including last Saturday's dramatic 77-76 overtime victory over Ridgewater.
Gopher women beat Illinois
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Ninth-ranked Minnesota found a simple remedy for its slow start: Go to the basket.
Anonymous donor makes U of M confident in saving three sports
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- An anonymous pledge of matching funds has made Minnesota athletic director Joel Maturi confident the school will have the $2.7 million it needs to avoid dropping men's and women's golf and men's gymnastics.
Two governors, one puck, no excuses
SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) -- He already had a swearing-in ceremony, sure. And on Saturday, there'll be the usual black-tie ball.
Twins resume contract talks with Hunter
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Twins have resumed long-term contract talks with All-Star center fielder Torii Hunter, but they aren't in a rush to get anything done.
Vikings promote O'Leary to defensive coordinator
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- George O'Leary was promoted to defensive coordinator of the Minnesota Vikings, replacing the fired Willie Shaw.
Wild can't catch Columbus
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Coaching his first NHL game since the 1997-98 season, Doug MacLean looked calm behind the Columbus Blue Jackets' bench.
Hudson, Garnett lead Timberwolves
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Troy Hudson rebounded from a bad game at the expense of the Golden State Warriors.
CLC students to present two one-act plays
The Theatre Misfits, a student organization at Central Lakes College, will present two one-act plays Jan. 16-18.
'Love Letters' to be staged in Grand Rapids
GRAND RAPIDS -- Tickets will go on sale Tuesday for the Grand Rapids Players performance of "Love Letters," a play by A.R. Gurney.
Heartland Poets to meet Friday
Heartland Poets, a local chapter of the League of Minnesota Poets, will meet 6 to 10 p.m. Friday in the large room of the Brainerd Public Library.
Auditions scheduled in Wadena for 'Wizard of Oz'
WADENA -- The Wadena Area Madhatters will perform L. Frank Baum's "The Wizard of Oz" as their spring production.
Pillager graduate to have play published in England
BOVEY -- Roy and Cynthia Booth of Bovey will have their children's play, "How the Jellyfish Lost Its Bones," published by New Theatre Publications of Croydon, England.
GRAA hosting 10 visual arts workshops
LITTLE FALLS -- The Great River Arts Association will host 10 visual art workshops for children and adults this spring at the Arts Center.
Traveling tips to be shared in Crosby
CROSBY -- Sylvia Graff will lead the second Unlimited Learning session, "Traveling Foibles: Tips and Techniques," at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Hallett Community Center in Crosby.
Breezy Point Resort on Pelican Lake will be the site of Ice Fest on Friday and Saturday, with bonfires and karaoke contests both nights, and an ice slide, ice sculpture/ice bar, snow golf, human bowling, radar runs, horse sleigh rides and power ice auger contest during the day Saturday.
David Kraemer and Muriel, Carrie and Diana Poehler have free art displays at two Little Falls sites.
Poetry contest deadline approaching
The League of Minnesota Poets is sponsoring the 18th annual Manningham Poetry Competition.
Legacy Chorale auditions set today and Saturday
Midseason auditions for the Legacy Chorale of Greater Minnesota will be 6 to 10 p.m. today and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Baxter.
Minneapolis most lucrative stop for 'Producers' touring show
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- "The Producers" sold more than $4.7 million worth of tickets during its monthlong run at the Orpheum Theater, making Minneapolis the most lucrative stop so far for the national touring company of the Mel Brooks musical smash.
Teen idols Peter Noone, Micky Dolenz, Gary Puckett to appear at casino
ONAMIA -- Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits, Micky Dolenz of The Monkees and Gary Puckett of the Union Gap, performers from the 1960s, will headline two Teen Idol shows Feb. 7 at the Grand Casino Mille Lacs Events & Convention Center.
Author of Scandinavian heritage books to speak
The Sons of Norway will host Arland O. Fiske, author of many books on Scandinavian heritage, at their meeting at 7 p.m. Jan. 17 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Brainerd.
Pillager students to stage 'The Girl in the Mirror'
PILLAGER -- "Whether she lives or dies now is largely a matter of her own will."
Rippleside choirs, band to stage concert
AITKIN -- The Rippleside Elementary School choirs and band will present a winter concert at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 16 in the Aitkin High School auditorium.
Larsen enjoys playing variety of roles
Adrienne Larsen of Baxter recalls playing a secretary and a stripper in the same play, "The Sting," her sophomore year at Brainerd High School.
Shows must go on
PEQUOT LAKES -- For the past 24 years, the Pequot Lakes auditorium has been a cornerstone for the community, a place where Pequot Lakes Community Theater was born and where countless students have taken the stage for choir and band concerts and plays.
For week of Jan. 9-15; bands perform from 9 p.m. to close with no cover unless otherwise noted.
International Festival planned in Staples
STAPLES -- An International Festival will run 2 to 9 p.m. Jan. 18 at Staples Motley High School in Staples.
State forecast for South Dakota
Wind advisory north central and east through midday...
Iowa state forecast
Wind advisory today for western and much of northern iowa portion of eastern iowa...
I love January
Weather drawing by Victoria Babineau of Gayle Kub's first grade class at Lowell school.
Minnesota state forecast
Today...Partly to mostly cloudy. A few snow showers or flurries north and east. Brisk northwest winds. Highs from the single digits above zero north to the teens south. Tonight...Partly cloudy. Lows from around 10 below zero north to 5 above south.
Iowa state forecast
Today...Blustery. Mostly cloudy with scattered mainly morning flurries. Partial clearing this afternoon. Highs in the 20s.
State forecast for South Dakota
national weather service sioux falls sd 421 am cst fri jan 10 2003
Minnesota state forecast
Wind advisory today west and south central...
Wisconsin state forecast
Today...Partly or mostly cloudy...Blustery and cold. Snow showers likely in the lake superior snowbelt. Scattered flurries elsewhere. Highs 10 to 15 north to low 20s southeast.
Wisconsin state forecast
Today...Mostly cloudy. Snow showers likely in the lake superior snow belt. Scattered snow showers and flurries elsewhere. Early highs in the 30s with slowly falling temperatures.
State forecast for North Dakota
Today...Partly sunny with scattered snow showers in the east. Highs around zero in the northeast to near 20 southwest.
It's getting cold
Weather drawing by Mikinzee Salo of Mrs. Brenny's third grade class at Baxter school.
State forecast for North Dakota
Wind advisory statewide this morning...
North-South: Mark Anderson and Joe Heal, 63.5; Ann Whalen and Gladys Norrgard, 62; Mary Jane Janacek and Betty Swart, 59.5; Cliff Johnson and Ann Richardson, 59.5. East-West: Warren and Betty Nelson, 60; Patrick Spradlin and Bruce Eastman, 59.5; and Joyce Roehmer and Marcella Jenson, 45.
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