Jennifer Hartman, the daughter of Jim and Judy Hartman of Baxter, graduated from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth. Hartman earned a business degree.
A couple of big games are coming up this week for Crosby-Ironton's girls' basketball team, as sports writer Jeremy Millsop will report in Tuesday's Sports.
Franklin's diva gets a chance to shine
Lea Anderson's colleagues at Franklin Junior High School said they always knew she was an "EveryDay Diva," but now a national television audience will be able to watch her in action.
Getting away from it all
A portion of the 11,986 anglers who fished for prizes in the 14th annual Brainerd Jaycees $150,000 Ice Fishing Extravaganza paid attention to the business of fishing Saturday on Hole-in-the-Day Bay on Gull Lake. The crowd was the second largest in tournament history.
Kixters victorious in conference kick
The Kixters won the Central Lakes Conference Saturday in high kick for the seventh year in a row.
Area lawmakers provide overview of what's to come
BAXTER -- With the start of the 2004 Legislative session just two weeks away and a proposed $760 million state bonding bill on the table, area lawmakers getting ready for what may be a long session.
Crosslake man's first time fishing on Gull pays off
Until Saturday, Dean Olson had never fished Gull Lake. He had never caught a fish heavier than 4 pounds.
Men thankful after rescue from ice
It was an experience they never want to have again.
Nisswa Jubilee will go on, thanks to community
The Nisswa Winter Jubilee is back.
Sex offender laws discussed at Pequot Lakes town meeting
PEQUOT LAKES -- In the same high school auditorium where nearly four years ago missing college student Dru Sjodin was crowned homecoming queen, Pequot Lakes residents expresse
This was Brainerd
JANUARY 19 - 30 years ago (1974) - Officials expect the Brainerd School Board to end this fiscal year with a balance of about $1,800,000. This will be far above balances recorded a few years ago, but below the school district's record balance when the last fiscal year ended on June 30, 1973.
CLC-Staples offers course on 'How to Refuse to be a Victim'
STAPLES -- Experts agree the single most important step toward ensuring personal safety is making the decision to refuse to be a victim.
Little Falls teen dies after vehicle hits two trees
LITTLE FALLS -- A 16-year-old Little Falls teenager died after the vehicle she was in ran off the road and struck two trees Sunday, the State Patrol reported.
Frances T. Moore
HACKENSACK -- Frances T. Moore, 83, died Saturday, Jan. 17, 2004, at Whispering Pines Good Samaritan Center, Pine River. Funeral
AITKIN -- Alma Koski, 91, of Aitkin, formerly of East Lake, Minn., died Friday, Jan. 16, 2004, at the Aicota Health Care Center in Aitkin.
Richard 'Schultzie' Schultz
CROSSLAKE -- Richard "Schultzie" Schultz, 78, Crosslake, died Saturday, Jan. 17, 2004, at his home. Services will be Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2004, at 1 p.m. at the Crosslake Luthera
GLEN -- Myrl Curtis, age 79, of the Glen Community, died on Saturday, Jan. 17, 2004, at the Aicota Health Care Center in Aitkin. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Aitkin Westside Church. Interment will be in the Malmo Cemetery. Friends may call at the Sorensen-Root-Thompson Funeral Home from 5-7 p.m. on Tuesday and the church one hour before the services.
LITTLE FALLS -- Lindsey Liebel, 16 year old resident of Little Falls, passed away Sunday as the result of an automobile accident. Funeral arrangements for Lindsey Liebel are pending with the Shelley Funeral Chapel in Little Falls.
Joyce E. Hahn
SPRING LAKE PARK -- Joyce E. Hahn, 64 year old resident of Spring Lake Park, Minn., formerly of the Swanville area, passed away Friday, Jan. 16, 2004, at Unity Hospital in Fridley, Minn. Funeral services for Joyce Hahn will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Swanville Bible Church with Pastor David Packo officiating.
CROSBY -- Marie Olson, age 81, of Crosby, died on Friday, Jan. 16, 2004, at the Cuyuna Regional Care Center in Crosby. She was born in Swatara to Henry and Halma (Albert) Olson. She was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Crosby.
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LITTLE FALLS -- Leona Gohl, 83, Little Falls, died Jan. 19, 2004, at St. Otto's Care Center in in Little Falls, Minn. Arrangements are with Brenny-Simonet Funeral Home, East Chapel.
Pater leads CLC men
HIBBING -- Mike Pater finished with 21 points and seven rebounds to lead the Central Lakes College Raiders to a 97-86 Northern Division victory over Hibbing Saturday.
Raider women earn first division victory
HIBBING -- Bobbi VanWechel nailed the last two free-throws to ice a 64-63 win for the Central Lakes College Raiders over the Hibbing Cardinals in a Northern Division matchup Saturday.
The Brainerd Warriors sophomore boys' basketball team beat Sauk Rapids 60-37 Thursday.
Holznagel's four points lead BHS past Sartell
SARTELL -- Erin Holznagel recorded two goals and two assists in the Brainerd Warriors 9-1 Central Lakes Conference girls' hockey victory over the Sartell Sabres Saturday.
Carlier makes 52 saves in LP-GE/W-DC victory
WADENA -- Jill Carlier made 52 saves and Nikki Ecklund, Heather Bodle and Amanda McManigle scored goals as Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Wadena-Deer Creek defeated East Grand Forks 3-1 in girls' hockey Saturday.
Carlson, Pillager sneak past Hill City
PILLAGER -- Megan Carlson had 13 points and Whitney Hoheisel 10 to help the Pillager Huskies past Hill City 48-44 in girls' basketball Saturday.
Ice Fishing Extravaganza results
Wilczek wins at Bemidji; Flyers take fifth
BEMIDJI -- Ted Wilczek's individual championship at 119-pounds lifted the Little Falls Flyers to fifth at the Bemidji wrestling tournament Saturday.
Duluth East blitzes Warriors with seven goals
Duluth East bolted from the starting gate like a pack of Greyhounds.
Lakers down Patriots
BREEZY POINT -- Despite outshooting the Detroit Lakes Lakers 37-31, the Pequot Lakes Patriots fell 7-3 in Mid-State Conference boys' hockey Saturday.
Stoll's 30 points pace Huskies
PILLAGER -- The Pillager Huskies won a battle of 30-point scorers in a 79-62 section boys' basketball victory over the Hill City Hornets Saturday.
Warrior wrestlers win in Wisconsin
ST. CROIX FALLS, Wisc. -- Led by Tyler Jensen's and Tom Zelinske's individual championships the Brainerd Warriors wrestling team won the St. Croix Falls Invitational Saturday with 189 points.
BHS comeback attempt falls short
ALEXANDRIA -- A slow start for the Brainerd Warriors boys basketball team had them playing catch up in a 55-54 loss to the Alexandria Cardinals in Central Lakes Conference action Saturday.
State forecast for South Dakota
Today...Mostly cloudy. A chance of light snow northwest. Highs from 5 to 10 above northeast...To 30 to 35 southwest.
State forecast for Iowa
Today...Partly to mostly cloudy. Highs 8 to 18.
State forecast for Minnesota
Wind chill advisory in effect this morning far southeast...
Wisconsin state forecast
Wind chill advisory for parts of western wisconsin this morning...
We're still waiting
Weather drawing by Victoria Babineau in the Lowell School second-grade class of Mrs. Holbrook.
State forecast for North Dakota
Today...Mostly cloudy with scattered flurries. Highs around zero
The Nisswa Garden Club meeting and luncheon will be 12:30 p.m. Thursday at Iven's. The program by Burt Knandel is titled "Dried Flower Arranging." The coordinator is Jody Hedtke. Hosts are Marie and Charlie Boudrye and Sue Jordan. Non-members who wish to attend may call 963-7494 before Monday to make reservations. The cost is $10.
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