Three in one
PEQUOT LAKES - A health and wellness business trio in Pequot Lakes provides crossover between a fitness center, a workout studio and chiropractic clinic.
Katie Roberts, originally from the Mankato area, has been named family service worker at Bridges of Hope, a faith-based nonprofit organization that helps families in need by providing parent support services and by connecting them to area social service, mental health and faith community resources.
HACKENSACK - Tim Rudolph, owner of Pro-Tow Auto Care at Hackensack, is a 2008 recipient of American Towman magazine's Order of Towman Cross medal.
CLC Regional Advisory Committee hosts first meeting
The new Central Lakes College Regional Advisory Committee convened Jan. 15 in the Rosenmeier Room on the Brainerd campus.
Two from Staples join CLC Foundation Board
STAPLES - Two Staples community residents were elected to serve three-year terms on the Central Lakes College Foundation Board of Directors.
Steel, aluminum donations help college programs
The welding program at Central Lakes College in Brainerd received steel valued at more than $9,000 from two area businesses, Clow Stamping of Merrifield and Graphics Packaging of Crosby.
After a little interruption, NE
Brainerd store back in business
Highway 25 Liquor reopened Tuesday after a minivan drove through the building, causing extensive damage, a few days before Christmas.
BIZ BUZZ: Farewell for Country Time Cafe and Bakery
The recession and cost of doing business has taken its toll on a restaurant that opened 14 months ago.
LAKES AREA SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER
FIRE - Brian Jensen Thursday reported a vehicle was on fire at 8:45 p.m. in a driveway on the 17,900 block of Cattail Court in Emily. The Emily Fire Department was called.
WALKER - The following appeared recently in Cass County District Court:
The following recently appeared in Crow Wing District Court:
Pine River-Backus I.S.D. No. 2174
Meets 5 p.m. Monday
Morrison Board to meet Friday
LITTLE FALLS - The Morrison County Board will meet in a planning session at 8:30 a.m. Friday in the county board room.
Fatal industrial mishap
ST. CLOUD - Police are investigating a fatal industrial accident at Phillips Recycling in St. Cloud.
Two arrested in Bowlus drug bust
BOWLUS - A 39-year-old man and a 39-year-old woman, both of rural Royalton, were arrested Wednesday at a residence near Bowlus after officers executing a search warrant recovered methamphetamine, the Morrison County Sheriff's Department reported.
VANDALISM - Pamela Henderson, 1000 block of South Seventh Street, Wednesday reported what appeared to be gang symbols were scratched around the door to her apartment. The responding officer checked the door and reported there appeared to be incidental key scratches and other minor vandalism but not gang symbols.
Kathleen Lordbock of Re$ale Design and Home Staging has joined Keller Williams Realty Brainerd Lakes as a Realtor/staging specialist.
A hole no more on Hole-in-the-Day Bay
NISSWA - A home that used to be called "an eye sore" along Highway 371 just north of Hole-in-the-Day Bay on Gull Lake in rural Nisswa is no longer.
BAXTER - GriefShare support group will begin a new series at 7 p.m. Feb. 2 at Lakewood Evangelical Free Church in Baxter.
Let's put the men in mentoring
Kinship Partners needs male mentors! The majority of the children on our waiting list are boys waiting for a male mentor. Research shows that today boys outnumber girls in learning disorders, dropout rates, violence, stuttering, obesity, gambling and video game fixations, school suspensions, hyperactivity, low grades and general disengagement.
Emergency crews praised
I am writing this letter because I cannot keep up with the cards, flowers, gifts, favors, food and prayers that have been sent to me since Dec. 9. All of you mean so much to me and I appreciate what you have done.
Brainerd students to compete in spelling bee
BAXTER - The Brainerd School District Spelling Bee for sixth- through eighth-graders will be at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at Forestview Middle School in Baxter.
A double back flip? On a sled?
ASPEN, Colo. - Snowmobiler Levi LaVallee has gone flippin' mad.
Forestview student tried to set classmate's hair on fire
BAXTER - A Forestview Middle School eighth-grade girl was suspended for 10 days and may be charged with fifth-degree assault after she apparently tried to set another eighth-grade girl's hair on fire at school Tuesday.
Cass board hopes to change how commissioners will serve on committees
BACKUS - Cass County Board voted Tuesday to name only one commissioner to represent the board on any committee this year where state statute allows and to seek legislative changes to one appointee where statutes currently require two commissioners.
Hearing set on raising gun carrying fee
The cost to legally carry a handgun in Crow Wing County may be on the rise.
Are you ready for some ice fishing?
It's appropriate that a fishing tournament that attracts participants from around the world would, well, go worldwide.
Lowell Elementary School fourth-grader Betsy Rardin used drum sticks to beat out a rhythm on her stability ball Thursday at the Brainerd school during physical education class. Brainerd YMCA fitness instructors Kris Peterson and Heidi Rudstrom directed the Drums Alive session throughout the day at the elementary school. Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls
Heart center planned here
A Brainerd Lakes Heart and Vascular Center is being planned as an addition to St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
Seminar aimed at protecting people from scams and cons
Crow Wing County Triad, which represents a three-way partnership between area seniors, law enforcement and the community as a whole, is hosting a meeting aimed at helping protect people from scams and cons.
It's the event, not catching fish, that lures some anglers to Gull Lake
If you were looking for Gary Whiteman's crew, and this was just another ice fishing contest, it would be fairly easy to spot the bunch. Just look for the big crowd.
Marching onto the ice
No doubt keeping warm by thinking about the fish they would catch, anglers started marching onto the frozen Gull Lake Saturday morning. By 9 a.m. it was still only 18 below.
A Page 7A story in Wednesday's Dispatch incorrectly stated the rate set in 2003 for dry floor events at the Brainerd Area Civic Center was $100 per day for one arena and $200 per day for both arenas. The story should have said in 2003 the rates were increased by $100 and $200 respectively, for a total of $1,100 for one arena and $1,900 for both.
Nisswa man wins fishing contest
The results of the Brainerd Jaycees $150,000 Ice Fishing Extravaganza are in and Zachary Bailey of Nisswa took first place with a 5.98 pound walleye.
Cass has its eyes on federal funds
BACKUS - Several Cass County departmental supervisors submitted to the county board Tuesday projects they have "shovel ready" to apply for federal economic stimulus package funds when Congress approves a plan.
String of fish house break-ins reported
Thieves have broken into and damaged a number of fish houses on North Long Lake and stolen thousands of dollars of equipment and electronics, the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Department reported.
Ah, the spectacle before the fishing
Call it Extravaganza Eve. Or the Extravaganza before the Extravaganza.
A colorful contingent of Pequot Lakes fans attended the Patriots' game against the Crosby-Ironton Rangers Friday in Crosby. Pequot won 56-51.
Motorists urged to use caution on Highway 371 Saturday during event
Motorists are advised to use caution Saturday on Highway 371 during the Brainerd Jaycees $150,000 Ice Fishing Extravaganza on Gull Lake.
meeting on use of
Rep. Jim Oberstar, D-Minn., will attend a public meeting later this week where the possibility of expanding health care programs for area veterans will be discussed.
District eyes $10 million slice of federal stimulus pie
No one knows when, where or how President Barack Obama's soon-to-be launched economic stimulus package will be implemented to create more jobs and build infrastructure.
The ice looks good.
Polar Plunge set for March 7
BREEZY POINT - The fourth annual Polar Bear Plunge for Special Olympics will begin at 1 p.m. on March 7 at Breezy Point Resort at the Marina.
Blast from the past
FISHING DERBY BIG SUCCESS - Brainerd Jaycees are all smiles today and the above photo, a joint endeavour of Johnson Studio and Mid-State Air Taxi Service, shows one and all why. The Jaycees sold 1,127 tickets to their Fishing Derby at Gull Lake Sunday and as the picture discloses that number was perhaps tripled as anglers brought along their wives and children, many of them watching bobbers from the comfort of their cars. Weather was exceptional throughout the afternoon.
COMING MONDAY IN SPORTS
Brainerd and Sauk Rapids coaches and players will battle on the hardcourt for something other than a conference win.
Motley man faces child porn charge
MOTLEY - A 55-year-old Motley man was charged Wednesday in federal court for allegedly possessing child pornography.
This was Brainerd
20 years ago (1989) - American Indian stereotypes that are being phased out in the Brainerd School District are the subject of a lawsuit by the MCLU. The school board last spring set a three-year changeover to replace the Indian logo.
This was Brainerd
JANUARY 23 - 60 years ago (1949) - The Brainerd Junior College Red Raiders took their perfect season record to nine games with a 59-55 victory at Virginia. Chuck Warnberg led the scoring with 15, assisted by Flash Flaaten with 11 and Tuffy Kovatovich with 9.
A lakes area snowmobile legacy, thought to be forgotten, has renewed life in Crosby.
Evelyn Miller, 87, died Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009, at St. Cloud Hospital. Arrangements are pending with the Brenny Funeral Chapel of Staples.
Leo W. Fuhrer
Leo Wayne Fuhrer, 61, of Brainerd, died at his home Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2009. Services for Leo will be 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009, at the Brenny Funeral Chapel in Baxter with Stacie Fuhrer officiating. Friends are welcome to gather two hours prior to services. Interment will be at Minnesota State Veterans Cemetery near Camp Ripley, Minn. Potluck luncheon to follow services at the Salvation Army.
STAPLES - Ida Kirk, age 82, of Staples, passed away early Thursday morning, Jan. 22, 2009, at the Lakewood Care Center. Mass of Christian Burial will be 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 26, 2009, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Staples with the Rev. Lauren Germann officiating. Interment will be in Evergreen Hill Cemetery at Staples. Visitation will be from 4:30 until 7:30 p.m. Sunday with prayers/rosary at 7 p.m. at the Brenny Funeral Chapel of Staples. Friends may also gather for one hour prior to services at the funeral chapel on Monday.
Dorothy A. Parkki
TAMARACK - Dorothy A. Parkki, age 93, of Tamarack, died Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2009, at the Community Memorial Hospital in Cloquet, Minn.
Isabelle U. Trettel
NORTH PRAIRIE - Isabelle U. Trettel, 94, of North Prairie, Minn., passed away Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009. Mass of Christian Burial is 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, at Holy Cross Catholic Church in North Prairie, Minn. Visitation is 5-8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 23, and one hour prior to the service all at Holy Cross Catholic Church in North Prairie.
Alta M. Blakesley
AITKIN - Alta May Blakesley, age 87, of Aitkin, died Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2009, at Aitkin, Minn.
F.W. 'Fritz' Hoemberg
STAPLES - F.W. "Fritz" Hoemberg, 83, of Staples, passed away Tuesday evening, Jan. 20, 2009, at his home in Staples. Memorial services will be 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, at Faith Lutheran Church in Staples with Pastor Steve Sveom officiating. Visitation will be Friday evening from 5-7 p.m. at the Brenny Funeral Chapel of Staples and also for one hour prior to services at the church on Saturday.
John E. Nelson
John Edison Nelson, 78, resident of Brainerd, died Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009, at his home. He was born Feb. 28, 1930, in Palisade, Minn.
Carlton E. Powell
Carlton Earl Powell, 78, Brainerd, passed away at his home in Brainerd on Jan. 21, 2009. He was born May 10, 1930, in Defiance County, Ohio, to James and Mary (Kiester) Powell. He married Mary Snavley on April 12, 1951, at St. Peter's Reformed Church in VanWert, Ohio.
PEQUOT LAKES - Services for David Siefke, 80, of Pequot Lakes, will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 26, 2009, at the Kline Funeral Home in Pequot Lakes. Visitation will be 4-7 p.m. Sunday at the Kline Funeral Home in Pequot Lakes and one hour prior to the service on Monday. Burial will be in the Pequot Lakes City Cemetery. David passed away Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2009, at the Whispering Pines Nursing Home in Pine River.
STAPLES - Ida Kirk, age 82, of Staples, passed away early Thursday morning, Jan. 22, 2009, at the Lakewood Care Center in Staples. Arrangements are pending with the Brenny Funeral Chapel of Staples.
Diane M. Proulx
MERRIFIELD - Diane Marie Proulx, 63, Merrifield, died Jan. 13, 2009, at St. Cloud Hospital.
LITTLE FALLS - Everett Bellefeuille, 87-year-old resident of Little Falls, Minn., passed away Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009, at St. Otto's Care Center in Little Falls, Minn. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Little Falls, Minn., with Father Nicholas Landsberger officiating.
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Ethel M. Hagen
LITTLE FALLS - Ethel M. Hagen, 95-year-old resident of Little Falls, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2009, at St. Otto's Care Center in Little Falls. Funeral services for Ethel M. Hagen will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at Bethel Lutheran Church in Little Falls with the Rev. Blaine MacNeil officiating. Burial will be in the Darling Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday from 4-7 p.m. at the Shelley Funeral Chapel in Little Falls and Monday one hour prior to the service at Bethel Lutheran Church. Arrangements are with the Shelley Funeral Chapel in Little Falls.
CUSHING - Thomas Severson, of Cushing, died Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009, at his cabin.
Evelyn L. Miller
MOTLEY - Evelyn L. Miller, 87, Motley, passed away Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009, at St. Cloud Hospital. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Motley with Father Gregory Mastey officiating. Interment will be in the Motley Public Cemetery. Wake services will be from 5-7 p.m. Sunday with rosary at 6:30 p.m. at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Motley. Also friends may gather for one hour prior to services at the church on Monday.
ST. JOSEPH - Services for Lois Bishop, 88, of St. Joseph, formerly of Backus, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009, at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Pequot Lakes. Visitation will be 4-7 p.m. Friday at the Kline Funeral Home in Pequot Lakes and one hour prior to the service at the church Saturday. Burial will be in the Bethlehem Lutheran Cemetery near Pine River. Lois passed away Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009, at the Arlington Place in St. Joseph.
Clarice A. Payne
STAPLES - Clarice A. Payne, age 65, of Staples, passed away Tuesday evening, Jan. 20, 2009, at the Lakewood Care Center in Staples. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, at the Assembly of God Church in Staples with Pastor Roy Miles officiating. Friends may call from 5-7 p.m. Friday at the Assembly of God Church in Staples and for one hour prior to services at the church on Saturday. Interment will be in Evergreen Hill Cemetery at Staples in the spring.
John E. Nelson
John E. Nelson, 78, Brainerd, passed away Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009, at his home in Brainerd. Services are pending with the Halvorson-Johnson Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Brainerd.
Inauguration was truly awesome
WASHINGTON - It is the curse of the journalist always to be present, but never really There.
I would like to respond to a letter in Monday's Open Forum about Sen. Norm Coleman. I would hope that he is re-elected as I know he is concerned about immigration issues. I have sent many letters and made some phone calls to his office and have nine letters in response from his office. That tells me they do respond. I also have called Sen. Koering and Rep. Ward and have also relieved timely responses from them.
Open Forum: Israeli leaders bolster their popularity
I'm sick of hearing damage to Israeli houses equated with the annihilation of entire neighborhoods and their inhabitants. The news media seems to qualify every mention of the destruction wrought by Israel upon the Palestinian people by mentioning property damage in remote Israeli settlements. Similarly the 13 Israeli deaths are portrayed as an equitable tit for tat to the 1,300 recorded Palestinian deaths in this latest campaign of terror. If news media were required to give equal coverage to each individual Palestinian killed as is given to each Israeli casualty, there would be no room for commercial breaks on the nightly news and the rainforests of western Canada would be wiped out in supplying extra pages to newspapers.
OUR OPINION: TREASURY
Timothy Geithner's expected confirmation as the new U.S. Treasury secretary has been tarnished by news of his perplexing failure to pay self employment taxes for 2001 through 2004 on time.
What do you think?
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OUR OPINION: RESERVES
One mark of leadership is to see opportunities where others see only signs of despair.
If the county commissioners get per diem in the county why don't regular county employees? Why do the commissioners get pay raises when other county employees' wages are frozen and laid off? Oh, that's right, the top takes care of the top and doesn't care about the people under them. Keep up the good work and maybe we'll be the first county that has commissioners but no county employees. How arrogant and self-serving you people are!
DEERWOOD - The ice-fishing shanty appeared almost out of place here, if that can be said of an ice-fishing shelter on any lake in the heart of a Minnesota winter. But there it was, a "permanent" turquoise shanty, alone on Snoosebox Lake.
Keeping roads on ice
The road was barely visible through the blowing snow. On each side, tiny shacks were encased in winter's tight grip. All were dark and lonely.
ELI AND LISA LOVEN
Lisa Schultz and Eli Loven were married Sept. 12, 2008, at Immaculate Heart Catholic Church in Crosslake with Father Dennis Hoffman officiating.
Wedding planned - Lisa G. Thesing and Kyle T. Hawkinson
Lisa G. Thesing and Kyle T. Hawkinson announce their engagement. Parents are Ray and Dorothy Levno, Brainerd, and Harry Hawkinson, Minneapolis, and the late Doris Hawkinson. A March 28 wedding is planned at First Lutheran Church in St. Louis Park.
50th anniversary - Del and Bobbie (Weygand) Seehafer
Del and Bobbie (Weygand) Seehafer, Fort Ripley, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with their children and grandchildren in the Twin Cities. They were married Jan. 24, 1959, in St. Mathias.
90th birthday - Earl W. Carlson
Earl W. Carlson will celebrate his 90th birthday with an open house from 2-4 p.m. Feb. 1 in the 200 dining room at Woodland Acres Apartments, 200 Buffalo Hills Lane, Brainerd.
Engagement announced - Whitney Fry and Rory Thune
Whitney Fry and Rory Thune announce their engagement. Parents are Tim and Shandolynn Fry, Baxter, and Ronda and Dave Glende, Brainerd, and John and Linda Thune, Brainerd. A June wedding is planned at the bride's home on White Sand Lake in Baxter.
History occurred before our eyes this week.
CROSSLAKE - Mission of the Cross Lutheran Church, Crosslake, will host a six-week course on "10 Biblical Traits Your Kids will Remember you For" from 6:30-8 p.m. Feb. 5 through March 11.
Brainerd lakes area churches
Warrior boys win again, girls second
LUTSEN - Brainerd Warriors Alpine skiing teams continued to roll Thursday as the boys' team won the Moose Mountain Invite and the girls' team was second behind Duluth East.
Brainerd sweeps the deck against Little Falls to remain unbeaten
Class 2A's eighth-ranked and undefeated Brainerd Warriors won all four disciplines en route to a 142.10-128.15 Central Lakes Conference victory over the Little Falls Flyers Thursday in Brainerd.
Moorhead sneaks by Warriors
Brett Jenkins' second-period goal knotted Thursday's Section 8-2A matchup between the Brainerd Warriors and Moorhead Spuds at Brainerd Area Civic Center.
Thelen paving way for LF Nordic team
It's Jackie Thelen's turn to pilot the seventh-ranked Flyers.
Warriors win rematch
The Brainerd Warriors and Alexandria met on Friday for a rematch of their thrilling game earlier in the season, which was won by the Cardinals 79-73.
Levi falls off sled
ASPEN, Colo. (AP) -Snowmobiler Levi LaVallee from Longville followed through with his plan to attempt the double back flip, landing the stunt - sort of - Friday in the Winter X Games.
Aces WERE wild
The Alexandria Aces Basketball Performance Team made a stop Thursday in Brainerd. The team, skilled in basketball spinning, synchronized dribbling, tumbling and other amazing feats, performed early in the day at Riverside School and again at the halftime show at the Brainerd High School basketball game. Members of the team range from ages 5 to 12 and have performed at many sporting events, including NBA and NCAA games.
Warriors bounce back
Any concerns about whether the Brainerd Warriors would show any aftereffects of Thursday's 2-1 overtime loss to Moorhead were quickly dispelled a day later.
Pats prove too much for PR-B
PINE RIVER - Mindy Howard scored a game-high 18 points as the Pequot Lakes Patriots knocked off rival Pine River-Backus 69-41 Thursday.
W-DC tops New York Mills
NEW YORK MILLS - Donny Tabery lead Wadena-Deer Creek with 22 points, 11 rebounds, and five assists in a 72-36 non-conference victory over New York Mills Friday.
Flyers pin loss on Warriors
LITTLE FALLS - Dan Babineau, Brandon Mutz, Mack Glasby and Sam Pagel picked up pins for the Brainerd Warriors, but the Little Falls Flyers matched that to pick up a 36-33 Central Lakes Conference victory Thursday.
Patriots effective when it counts
CROSBY - It's rare for a team that commits 34 turnovers and attempts 23 fewer shots to win a basketball game.
Wolverines cage Panthers
PARK RAPIDS - Mitch Steffens, Jared Wegscheid, Matt Hagen and Eddie Lustila each tallied pins for the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines in a 40-29 Mid-State Conference win over the Park Rapids Panthers Thursday.
CLC to offer baseball camps
The Central Lakes College baseball program will offer winter camps for pitching, hitting and catching for players in grades 9-12 in the CLC gym.
Flyers nip Alexandria
ALEXANDRIA - Wesley Waytashek scored 22 seconds into the third period as the second-ranked Little Falls Flyers nipped the Alexandria Cardinals 1-0 in Central Lakes Conference action Thursday in a matchup between the top two teams in Section 6-1A.
Riewer, Cardinals light up scoreboard
STAPLES - Jordan Riewer scored a career-high 37 points to lead the Staples-Motley Cardinals to an 86-77 win over the Pierz Pioneers Thursday.
Lunkers hope to catch fans
Many people in the lakes area strive to catch a lunker. Now they will have an opportunity to catch a Brainerd Lakes Area Lunkers baseball game.
LOCAL SPORTS SHORTS
Brainerd Warriors head coach Rod Reuer was recently selected the 2008 Minnesota Track and Field Coaches Association Class 2A Boys Coach of the Year.
Staples-Motley defeats Pillager
STAPLES - Caitlin Robinson scored 14 points, nine from beyond the arc, to lead the Staples-Motley Cardinals past the Pillager Pioneers 53-45 in non-conference action Friday.
Finstad all-conference; Flyers sweep
SPICER - Brainerd Warriors junior Amanda Finstad placed fifth in the skate portion of the Central Lakes Conference Nordic ski meet to earn all-conference honors Thursday at the Prairie Woods Learning Center.
HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD
St. Cloud Tech aces Warriors
At halftime of Thursday's game between the St. Cloud Tech Tigers and Brainerd Warriors, the Alexandria Aces Performance Team entertained with a spectacular assortment of ballhandling tricks.
Flyers silence the Storm
LITTLE FALLS - Fifty-eight seconds was all it took for the Little Falls Flyers' Cody Bue to pin his opponent and pick up his 100th career win to help the Flyers' route the Sauk Rapids Storm 59-12 in Central Lakes Conference Friday.
A win at 112 has become standard in Aitkin
Keith Wasserzieher sits tied for fifth place on the Aitkin Gobblers' all-time wins list.
Cards creep by Warriors in overtime
ALEXANDRIA - Brittney Lind scored with 10 seconds remaining in regulation and Michelle Anez lit the lamp in overtime to help the Alexandria Cardinals come back and defeat the Brainerd/Little Falls Flying Warriors 5-4 Thursday.
JV boys' hockey ties
The Brainerd Warriors and St. Cloud Apollo tied 2-2 in junior varsity boys' hockey Friday.
Flying Warriors fire 26 more shots, lose
When you outshoot an opponent 41-15 you would expect the team with 41 shots would win.
Park Rapids defeats Pequot
PARK RAPIDS - Brooke Serfling turned away 56 Park Rapids shots and the Panthers outshot Pequot Lakes 59-26 in a 3-1 Mid-State Conference win Thursday.
State forecast for N.D.
Wind chill advisory north and east today...
Wisconsin state forecast
Lake effect snow advisory into this evening for iron county...
State forecast for Iowa
Wind advisory in effect this morning for north central iowa...
Hooray for snow
Weather drawing by Mia Sam in the Lowell class of Jan Wilcox.
State forecast for S.D.
Wind chill advisory portions of east tonight into saturday morning...
State forecast for South Dakota
Wind chill advisory far east this morning...
We can dream
Weather drawing by Chloe Seeling in the Eagle View second grade of Mrs. Trottier.
State forecast for North Dakota
...Wind chill advisory north central and east today...
State forecast for Minnesota
Wind chill advisory northwest today through saturday morning...
State forecast for Minnesota
...Wind chill advisory through this afternoon northwest...Through
State forecast for Iowa
.Today...Sunny...Becoming partly cloudy late in the afternoon. Highs
Wisconsin state forecast
Wind chill advisory this morning for all but far southeast wisconsin...
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