Scott and Tiffany (Schafer) Kreutzer, Sartell, a boy, Gavin Scott, 7 pounds, 13 ounces, Jan. 19, 2000. Grandparents are Gerald and Gloria Kreutzer, Brainerd, and Lynn Schafer, St. Joseph.
Meets 7 p.m. Tuesday
BURGLARY -- Steven Koshenina, 26, was arrested for damage to property and first degree burglary after kicking in the door at a residence on the 400 block of South Ninth Street. Koshenina was taken to the Crow Wing County jail.
SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) (USDA) -- Monday hogs: 1,000 (includes 300 feeder pigs).
The Crosslake Fire Department responded to a fire at Crosslake residence early Sunday morning.
Mickelson finds he's not out of the woods until the end
SAN DIEGO -- Tiger Woods walked slowly up the fairway to the 18th green Sunday at Torrey Pines, waving his cap to salute the gallery as it cheered and whistled and clapped.
What he said
Quotations from Charles Schulz's 1980 book ''Charlie Brown, Snoopy and Me.''
Kixters kick their way to state
The Brainerd Varsity Dance Team, the Kixters, are the Section 3A high kick champions and will advance to state competition Saturday at the University of Minnesota's William's Arena.
Minnesota Reform Party considers disaffiliation
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota Reform Party leaders approved a special state convention March 4 in St. Paul to consider disaffiliating from the national party and reclaiming the Independence Party name.
This was Brainerd
20 years ago (1980) - Tina Faber, rolling a 670 to win the singles and teaming with Bea Sechser for a 1,244 to capture the doubles title, walking off with a major portion of the Brainerd Women's Bowling Assn. City tournament prize money this season.
Author offers hope for parents
Barbara Coloroso travels the world on behalf of children. This week, her relentless crusade brings her to the lakes area.
Area news briefs
Craig Dreeszen, a cultural planning expert from Massachusetts, will spend three days in the Brainerd lakes area.
Gang activity rising in northern Minnesota
DULUTH (AP) -- Gang activity is on the rise in northern Minnesota, where law enforcement officials have come to grips with the realization that large metropolitan areas no longer have a monopoly on gang problems.
Franklin honor roll students listed
The following students were named to the Franklin Junior High School honor roll for first semester
The number to call for tickets to the James Sewell Ballet Co. performance at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Charles Martin Auditorium in Little Falls was incorrect in Thursday's Tempo section. The correct number is (320) 632-0960.
Minn confirmation, feedlots top week's agenda in St. Paul
ST. PAUL -- Commerce Commissioner Steve Minn will get a second chance to defend his leadership of two state agencies when the Senate Commerce Committee decides whether to recommend his appointment.
The 18-person Brainerd High School Distributive Education Clubs of America Competitive Events team competed Feb. 2 at the District 5 DECA Competition in St. Cloud.
Minnesota people remember Schulz
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Minnesotans remembered ''Peanuts'' creator Charles Schulz in the city where he grew up a day after the famed cartoonist died in his sleep in Santa Rosa, Calif.
Students on St. Francis School A, B honor rolls announced
The following students from St. Francis School were named to the A honor roll:
Despite health woes, family happy Mom, son are alive
On Valentine's Day a year ago, Tina and Todd Herron of north Brainerd were anxiously awaiting the birth of their fifth child, Dawson.
Few pharmacists disciplined
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Minnesota regulators have disciplined only a handful of pharmacists per year for the past decade, most for stealing drugs or errors in dispensing.
Comedian Lewis stuns audience with remarks about women
ASPEN, Colo. (AP) -- Jerry Lewis stunned an audience gathered to honor his work by saying he doesn't like female comics and views a woman as ''a producing machine'' for children.
Polls: Independent appeal has McCain close to Bush in S.C., ahead in Michigan
WASHINGTON -- John McCain's appeal among independents and Democrats has him in a dead heat with George W. Bush in South Carolina and slightly ahead in Michigan, new polls indicate. Bush has an advantage among Republicans in both states.
You were a good man, Charles Schulz
SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- Monte Schulz, eldest son of the ''Peanuts'' creator, saw his father's spirits sag as the cartoonist battled illness and was forced to give up his beloved comic strip.
Growing number of companies take headache out of tax preparation
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- Jimmy Granillo spends most of his days with a pencil in his hand as he keeps track of taxes for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Money granted for immunization program
Public health nurses sometimes unwittingly give a child a second dose of the same vaccine because the records weren't available to prevent it.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Zagat Survey is getting $31 million from major investors who think the restaurant guidebook can be a delectable dish on the Web and Wall Street.
Trump decides against running for president
WASHINGTON -- New York tycoon Donald Trump said today he won't run for president because the Reform Party is ''self-destructing'' and can't provide the support a candidate needs to win.
Highlights of Tom Landry's fabled life
-- Flew 30 B-17 missions with the Eighth Air Force during World War II. He was discharged as a first lieutenant in November of 1945.
NBA drinks from its fountain of youth
OAKLAND, Calif. -- The subject is Kevin Garnett, and nobody is at a loss for words. Nobody stammers or pauses. Impressions leap forward.
West wins in NBA's new Jordan-less era
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Those who were looking for the next Michael Jordan to break from the pack at the All-Star game will have to wait another year.
NFL salary cap shouldn't be blamed for all of the bad decisions
The NFL's salary cap gets blamed for everything these days but global warming.
The last time I talked to Tom Landry, I had called a year ago last December to solicit his opinion on whether George Allen, his longtime rival, deserved to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
LITTLE FALLS -- Lucile Johnson, 81, Little Falls, died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000, at her son's home in Little Falls.
Amy V. Anderson
Amy V. Anderson, 89, Brainerd, formerly of Fargo, N.D., died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Bethany Good Samaritan Village of Brainerd.
GARRISON --Harrison Minehart, 73, Garrison, formerly of Pullman, Wash., died Friday, Feb. 11, 2000, at Mille Lacs Hospital of Onamia.
HACKENSACK --Edith Enger, 78, Hackensack, died Friday, Feb. 11, 2000 at Lake Region Hospital of Fergus Falls.
Erna F. Belliveau
Erna F. Belliveau, 94, Brainerd, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Woodland Acres Good Samaritan Village of Brainerd.
MOTLEY -- Sophia Koestler, 85, Motley, died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000, at Greater Staples Care Center.
Erland T. Paulson
AITKIN -- Erland T. Paulson, 82, Aitkin, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Riverwood Health Care Center of Aitkin.
LAKELAND, Fla. -- Lela Swaim, 92, Lakeland, Fla., formerly of Pillager, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2000, at the Sunbridge Nursing Home in Lakeland.
Elisabeth M. Lee
FORT RIPLEY -- Elisabeth M. Lee, 75, Fort Ripley, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Greater Staples Care Center.
Mae V. Davis
Mae V. Davis, 92, Brainerd, formerly of Fairmont, died today, Monday, Feb. 14, 2000, at Woodland Good Samaritan Village of Brainerd.
Louis R. Mittelstadt
Louis R. Mittelstadt, 77, Brainerd, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.
S.C. primary could settle it all
WASHINGTON--There is a reason for the brutal body blows being exchanged by George W. Bush and John McCain as Saturday's South Carolina Republican presidential primary draws nearer. Both sides know this primary could settle the issue.
Reform Party woes
Timing is everything in politics. And Gov. Jesse Ventura demonstrated perfect timing when he jumped ship from a sinking national Reform Party late last week.
The war on drugs has gone too far. I don't think that it is right to restrict the growing of industrial hemp simply because it is similar to marijuana. It's true th
Earnhardt, Gordon disappoint their fans
Mike Skinner took advantage of being the 55th and final qualifier for the Daytona 500 when winds had subsided to become the fastest Chevrolet driver at 189.781. Ward Burton, 189.633, was the fastest Pontiac.
Jarrett's Ford wins Shootout; Chevys show unexpected muscle
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Maybe the new Chevrolets aren't so bad, after all.
Yates' two cars wind up on top
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Robert Yates had mixed emotions when the 25-lap Bud Shootout ended Sunday in a wild finish before an estimated 100,000 stock car enthusiasts.
Hibbing's Taylor wins fairgrounds sled race
Before last weekend's Grand Casino International Race of Champions snocross race at the Crow Wing County Fairgrounds, Brian Taylor had only placed in one race in several World Snowmobile Association sanctioned races this season.
Strategy doesn't work for Warriors
After peeling the Moorhead Spuds' lead to 30-27 midway through the third quarter Brainerd Warriors girls' basketball coach Carl Hendrickson rolled the dice.
Raider women suffer conference loss
Fergus Falls -- The Central Lakes College Raiders women's basketball team was handed its first Northern Division loss Saturday 68-59 by the Fergus Falls Spartans.
CLC men stop Fergus Falls by 3
FERGUS FALLS -- The Central Lakes College Raiders men's basketball team defeated the Fergus Falls Spartans Saturday 81-78 in a Northern Division game Saturday.
MORRIS -- The Staples-Motley Cardinals won three of their four matches Saturday in the Morris dual wrestling tournament while the Little Falls Flyers went one for three in their matches
OSSEO -- The Osseo Orioles landed the Little Falls Flyers 78-48 Saturday in a non-conference girls basketball game.
St. Cloud's hopes dashed
Top-ranked Wisconsin dashed third-place St. Cloud State's hopes of contending for the WCHA title.
BHS finishes 2nd in conference swim meet
Cold Spring -- Despite 16 season bests and seven lifetime bests the Brainerd Warriors finished second in the Central Lakes Conference swimming and diving meet Saturday.
Moorhead defeated the Brainerd Warriors 51-41 in junior varsity girls' basketball Saturday. Kacie Herman had 19 points and Sara Swanson added nine for Brainerd.
Area events Monday
Mora crowns first-time winners
MORA (AP) -- Two first-time winners took home the top prize in the Mora Vasaloppet, an annual cross-country ski distance race from Warman to downtown Mora in east-central Minnesota.
Gophers claim season opener
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Minnesota won its season opener 9-1 over Illinois State at the Metrodome after jumping to a 3-0 lead in the fourth inning.
Basketball Boys' high school
Bagley 74, Warroad 57
Cardinals roll past Fergus Falls
FERGUS FALLS -- The Staples-Motley Cardinals defeated the Fergus Falls Otters 64-53 Saturday in a non-conference boys basketball game.
Warriors lose twice in Bemidji
BEMIDJI -- The Brainerd Warriors wrestling team lost two meets Saturday in the Bemidji Triangular.
Card 3rd in gym meet
DETROIT LAKES -- In the Mid-State Conference gymnastics tournament Saturday, the Staples-Motley Cardinals placed third and the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines placed fifth.
Tonight -- Partly cloudy early. Then becoming cloudy with a 40 percent chance of snow. Lows 10 to 15 above. Light and variable wind.
Around the nation
Albany,N.Y. 33 30 .52 cdy
Tornadoes kill at least 13 in Georgia
CAMILLA, Ga. -- Tornadoes slashed through southwest Georgia early today, killing at least 13 people and injuring more than 100.
Winds hit East; Plains dry
Powerful tornadoes pummeled the Southeast early today as rain showers, snow and high winds barreled across the East and West coasts. The Plains warmed under cloudy skies.
Happy Valentine's Day
Weather drawing by Megan Griggs in the Baxter School third-grade class of Mrs. Brenny.
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