BURGLARY -- Krystal Hines, 200 block of North Tenth Street, reported a man had broken into her home while she was sleeping.
ASSAULT -- A 43-year-old Emily man was arrested Friday for an order for protection violation and second-degree assault.
McGRATH -- The State Patrol reported one person was killed and two others injured Sunday in a two-vehicle accident in McGrath.
Firefighters responded to four fires Saturday in the Brainerd area.
Gold - $273.25 troy oz., Handy & Harman (only daily quote).
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Wheat receipts Monday 135, a year ago 96.
The State Patrol reported two people were injured in a one-car accident at 11:06 p.m. Monday accident on Highway 10, about one mile north of Royalton.
SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) (USDA) -- Monday cattle: 400.
Allenby survives four-hole playoff for victory
THE WOODLANDS, Texas -- Although he was thousands of miles from Australia, Robert Allenby felt right at home at the Houston Open.
STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. (AP) -- Final scores and earnings from the $900,000 Chick-fil-A Charity Championship, played on the 6,187-yard, par-72 Eagle's Landing Country Club course:
Study: Anger-prone more likely to have heart attacks
DALLAS -- People who are highly anger-prone are nearly three times more likely to have heart attacks than those who aren't, according to researchers who studied nearly 13,000 adults.
State's first quads to mark 50th birthday
SLEEPY EYE (AP) -- When the four of them were toddlers, people would pay a quarter to watch them play at the State Fair. When they were teens, they hardly could go anywhere without folks watching.
A man was arrested Thursday at Madden's Resort for federal probation violation.
Four hikers found after being lost overnight
DEER RIVER (AP) -- Four hikers lost overnight near Lake Winnibigoshish in Itasca County were found safe warming by a fire.
Foundation helps area agencies
The Brainerd Lakes Area Community Foundation has contributed nearly $30,000 in the past six months to non-profit agencies in southern Cass and Crow Wing counties.
Drivers on the frontage road in front of Wal-Mart were greeted on Saturday morning by a man dressed in an Easter Bunny costume protesting Wal-Mart's labor practices. (Dispatch Photo by Clint Wood)
Clinton to visit St. Paul's City Academy
ST. PAUL (AP) -- President Clinton will visit City Academy, the nation's first charter school, on Thursday as a part of his two-day, four-city ''school reform tour.''
Co-ops, volunteers working to clean up parks
State parks throughout Minnesota will get a spring cleaning Saturday.
Runbeck wins Republican nomination to fill Vento's seat
ROSEVILLE (AP) -- Fourth District Republicans endorsed state Sen. Linda Runbeck to fill the seat of retiring DFL Congressman Bruce Vento.
House, Senate recess until Thursday so leaders can negotiate budget
ST. PAUL -- House and Senate leaders hope a two-day recess will give them time to work out an overall budget agreement that could put an end to a weeks-old stalemate.
This was Brainerd
20 years ago (1980) - Today is opening day for the big Commerce and Industry Show that will continue until Saturday afternoon. The nearly 100 booths on display point out that this area is filled with diversified industries that touch the lives of almost everyone in one way or another.
A hug for Jodi
Susan Vinje (left) hugged Jodi Waidelich-Runberg during a community benefit held in Waidelich-Runberg's honor Saturday night at Lutheran Church of the Cross in Nisswa. A total of 618 people were served a buffet dinner and auctions to help the Runberg family raise funds to remodel their home for Waidelich-Runberg, who was paralyzed from the chest down in a car accident in January. This was the first time the rural Pequot Lakes woman has been home since the accident. (Dispatch Photo by Steve Kohls)
Brainerd moves to contest Baxter annexation resolution
The Brainerd City Council took measures Monday to begin contesting Baxter's resolution for annexation of land that owners had petitioned the city of Brainerd for annexation.
Senate panel OKs bill on use of state land
ST. PAUL (AP) -- How nearly 260,000 acres of state-owned land in northern Minnesota should be used inched closer to a resolution with a key Senate committee's endorsement.
This was Brainerd
20 years ago (1980) - Chet Snyder, 1934 Crosby-Ironton High School graduate who excelled in basketball and football, is the featured speaker Friday at the 1980 Quarterbacks Club All-Sports banquet honoring 139 athletes, cheerleaders, managers and pom pom letter winners.
Unicameral plan on course for House vote
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Supporters of Gov. Jesse Ventura's plan for a one-house Legislature tried Monday to make its second swing through the House less rocky than the first.
St. Paul man injured in skydiving accident
OWATONNA (AP) -- A St. Paul man making his fourth jump with the Minnesota Skydiving Club was injured when his parachute twisted and collapsed in apparent wind turbulence and he fell 50 feet to the ground.
Wenzel's abortion measure may block funds for homeless
ST. PAUL -- The prospects for a bill to help homeless youth are uncertain after the House amended it to keep public money from going to organizations that provide or promote abortions.
Residents grieving loss of trees to storm
ELY (AP) -- Reports in the aftermath of a storm that swept through northeastern Minnesota last July 4 centered on the broken trees. Little was said about the broken hearts.
It's not winter, so it must be road season
Jason Crimmins (left), Josh Benson and Rick Koop of the road maintenance division of Anderson Brothers Construction repair the cracks Tuesday morning on Excelsior Road in Baxter. (Dispatch Photo by Steve Kohls)
Police working to stop check counterfeiting ring
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Police have arrested more than 40 people in the past year since they began investigating a counterfeiting ring authorities say has cashed $1.5 million in bogus checks at several Minneapolis banks since June.
Police pursue suspects in slain bicyclist case
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Police are interviewing several suspects in the drive-by shooting death of a 17-year-old boy, including a young male they say was the driver of the car used in the crime.
Night club owner arrested after Fargo fire
FARGO, N.D. (AP) -- Police arrested the owner of a downtown nightclub destroyed in a Sunday blaze that spread to two other businesses.
Spring band concert is Thursday
The Brainerd Senior High School Instrumental Music Program will present its spring concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Tornstrom Auditorium, it was announced this morning.
April showers fall short in lakes area
April showers didn't amount to much in the Brainerd area and that follows a winter in which the snowfall was considerably below normal.
Nisswa detour begins today
NISSWA -- County State Aid Highwy 18 in Nisswa was scheduled to be detoured from the south junction of Highway 371 to the junction of Main Street for traffic signal work and street construction.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Indianapolis-based American Trans Air will offer new daily service from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to Chicago's Midway Airport, the company announced today.
Funding for parks still in limbo
ST. PAUL -- Supplemental funding for the state par
Ex-football star joins Christ's team
As a football player, John Campbell appeared to have the world at his disposal.
The Brainerd School District is gathering names for pre-school screening and kindergarten registration.
Jonathan Peters, Baxter, will be among 325 students honored for academic achievement Wednesday, May 3, by the University of Wisconsin-Superior. Peters is pursing a degree in computer science.
BHS honors cheerleaders
Jamie Smith, a junior at Brainerd High School, was named 1999-2000 Cheerleader of the Year at the annual cheerleading awards banquet held April 25 at the high school cafeteria.
A new Brainerd bypass?
The Brainerd City Council began discussion Monday on rerouting the East Gull Lake sewer system to avoid the city of Baxter.
Trap that gas!
You've heard plenty about how a buildup of carbon dioxide in the air is promoting global warming, and how industry might be told to cut back its emissions.
Supreme Court allows forced comp time
WASHINGTON -- Resolving a closely watched labor case, the Supreme Court ruled Monday that state and municipal employers may force police officers, firefighters and other public workers to use compensatory time they have earned in place of overtime pay.
Arkansas woman faces execution for killing her children
VARNER, Ark. (AP) -- Prison officials prepared for the first execution of a woman in the state in more than 150 years, a nurse who killed her two children and initially blamed her action on depression over the Oklahoma City bombing.
White House was prepared to disclose, fix e-mail glitch last year
WASHINGTON -- White House officials prepared to tell Congress as early as February 1999 about a glitch in their e-mail system and to begin retrieving thousands of unarchived messages that might be relevant to investigators. But they never followed through, an internal memo shows.
Gays march to show off pride, power
WASHINGTON -- A massive outpouring of gays and lesbians and their supporters from across the United States gathered here Sunday amid a multihued show of pride in their movement and an appeal to mobilize as a political force in the November elections.
Friend: Shooting suspect made 'outlandish' comments
PITTSBURGH -- A neurologist who befriended the man arrested in a killing spree that left three immigrants, a Jewish woman and a black man dead said he often expressed paranoid ideas and sometimes believed he was being followed.
Actors go on strike against commercials
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The actors say they aren't putting on a show.
Public hasn't had it's fill of risk
For much of the late 1990s, the U.S. economy and many of its investors were on the receiving end of a spectacular wealth transfer.
Kidnappers threaten to behead hostages in Philippines
TALIPAO, Philippines (AP) -- Muslim extremists today threatened to behead two of their 21 hostages in a mountain hide-out unless the military withdraws troops encircling the area.
Religious rights panel opposes normal trade status for China until it makes 'substantial improvement'
WASHINGTON -- A federal advisory panel created to promote religious rights declared today that China should be denied permanent normal trade status until it makes ''substantial improvement'' in allowing its people the freedom to worship.
A Regis-free zone: Millions of viewers without ABC
NEW YORK -- A nasty corporate dispute has accomplished what none of ABC's rivals could do: force millions of viewers to watch someone other than Regis Philbin.
Clinton administration defends classifying AIDS as security threat
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Clinton administration officials Sunday defended their decision to classify AIDS as a threat to national security -- a designation aimed at garnering more attention and funding toward combating the disease worldwide.
Russian adoptee struggles with identity
SAN FRANCISCO -- Anfisa Luopajarvi's room is cluttered but cozy, filled with furniture, stuffed animals and knickknacks.
Elian's father accuses uncle of trying to destroy family
WASHINGTON -- Elian Gonzalez's father, Juan Miguel Gonzalez, accused his uncle Lazaro of using ''this nation's legal system in an attempt to destroy (his) family . . . to rob Elian of a childhood at his home.'' He asked a federal appeals court panel to dismiss Lazaro Gonzalez's attempt to overturn government and court rulings that support the father's parental rights.
After war celebration, Vietnam faces hard realities
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam -- After an invitation-only 25th anniversary celebration of its victory over the United States, a top official said Vietnam's communist government must now confront some hard realities -- a sagging economy, rampant corruption and rising drug addiction.
U.S. warships arrive off Puerto Rico's Vieques Island
VIEQUES, Puerto Rico -- Helicopters hovered overhead and U.S. warships loomed offshore Vieques Island amid reports that federal agents were planning to evict protesters from a contested U.S. Navy bombing range.
May Day celebrated around world with ceremony, confrontation
TOKYO -- Police fired water cannons to disperse raucous demonstrators in the Philippines, and students clashed with authorities in South Korea as labor tensions flared today during May Day celebrations.
White House opens conference on raising teens with Clinton banning 'glass ceiling for parents'
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton today ordered a ban on a ''glass ceiling for parents'' in the federal work force, meaning the government cannot discriminate against parents out of concern that home life will intrude on the workplace.
U.S. offers more accurate satellite navigation to everyone
WASHINGTON -- Global positioning devices used to steer cars, fly planes or find missing skiers and hikers will be given pinpoint accuracy previously available only to the military under an order President Clinton signed Monday.
Supreme Court throws out convictions based on law that took effect after man's sex crimes
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court, reinvigorating language it used in a ruling 202 years ago, today threw out some of a Texas man's convictions for sexually assaulting his stepdaughter.
Maple Leafs start falling
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- Pat Quinn has more to worry about than losing by four goals, falling behind 2-1 in the best-of-seven series and being outplayed for the third straight game by the New Jersey Devils.
76ers conclude first round, down Hornets 3-1
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Allen Iverson didn't want to play the Charlotte Hornets in the playoffs. Neither did Philadelphia 76ers coach Larry Brown.
Szczerbiak looks for shooting touch
MINNEAPOLIS -- Wally Szczerbiak averaged 14.6 points over the last 32 games of the regular season but is scoring just 6 points a game in the playoffs.
Johnson impresses once again
Randy Johnson must be the only person not impressed by his amazing feats.
Fire and ice Garnett and Brandon
MINNEAPOLIS -- When the starters lost a scrimmage to the backups at practice, Kevin Garnett took the ball and punted it off the scoreboard that hangs over the court at Target Center.
Kings stay regally alive by bouncing Lakers
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- You almost forgot they had weaknesses, but they do.
Rocker sees full moon at Dodger Stadium
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- John Rocker was a man of few words, again. The grin he wore spoke volumes.
Raptors' first playoff appearance downer
TORONTO -- Vince Carter peeled off his sneakers and flung them into the stands, then walked back to the locker room as shoeless as he was winless.
High School Baseball
Belfour posts second straight shutout
DALLAS -- Ed Belfour is proving that his phenomenal goaltending in last year's playoffs was no fluke.
Lewis chops Grant down to size
NEW YORK -- No one could take this one away from Lennox Lewis.
Martinez masters, angers Indians
The Cleveland Indians don't like anything about Pedro Martinez.
Brandon helps Wolves avoid elimination
MINNEAPOLIS -- Terrell Brandon was awfully close to perfect, and Damon Stoudamire was perfectly awful.
Stakes running high
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- John Ward, better known as the trainer of Beautiful Pleasure -- last year's champion older female -- attended the 1998 Keeneland July yearling sale as an agent for Fusao Sekiguchi, the Japanese venture-capital investor whose return to the Kentucky horse auction had people in the pavilion gossiping.
Mona A. Johnson
McGREGOR --Mona A. Johnson, 82, McGregor, died Friday, April 28, 2000, in Aitkin.
PIERZ -- John Burich, 81, Pierz, died Staurday, April 29, 2000, at St. Gabriel's Hospital in Little Falls.
Judie K. Mull
Judie K. Mull, 59, Brainerd, died Tuesday, May 2, 2000, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
HUTCHINSON -- Willis Reiner, 79, Hutchinson, died Saturday, April 29, 2000, at Burns Manor Nursing Home in Hutchinson.
Joshua 'Buck' K. Stewart
STAPLES --Joshua "Buck" Kevin Stewart, 25, Staples, died Saturday, April 29, 2000, at home.
SWANVILLE -- David Plakut, 42, Swanville, died Sunday, April 30, 2000, at his residence.
Christ M. Kirsten
PINE RIVER -- Christ M. Kirsten, 89, Pine River, died Sunday, April 30, 2000, at his home.
Judith Crandall, 61, Brainerd, formerly of Pine River, died Monday, April 24, 2000, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
PIERZ -- John Burich, 81, Pierz, died Saturday, April 29, 2000,a t St. Gabriel's Hospital of Little Falls.
Robert E. Shelito
UPSALA -- Robert E. Shelito, 75, Upsala, died Monday, April 24, 2000, at the VA Medical Center in St. Cloud.
Joshua K. Stewart
STAPLES -- Joshua K. Stewart, 25, Staples, died Saturday, April 29, 2000, at his home.
Warren Henry Stark
RUSSELL -- Warren Henry Stark, 78, Russell, formerly of Brainerd, died Thursday, April 27, 2000, at the Veterans Hospital in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Anna Elvera Peterson
Anna Elvera Peterson, 88, Brainerd, and formerly of Ironton, died Sunday, April 30, 2000, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
BACKUS -- Christ Kirsten, 89, rural Backus, died Sunday, April 30, 2000, at his home.
William R. Baum
BURTRUM --William R. Baum, 69, Burtrum, and formerly of Little Falls, died Sunday, April 30, 2000, at Veteran's Administration Hospital of Minneapolis.
Lester E. Swift
Lester E. Swift, 75, Brainerd, died Saturday, April 29, 2000, at Fairview University Hospital of Minneapolis.
LaVerna (Tessmer) Marsilje
HOLLAND, Mich. -- LaVerna (Tessmer) Marsilje, 55, Holland, Mich., died Friday, April 21, 2000, at home.
Rev. Henry W. Mueller
SAUK RAPIDS -- Rev. Henry W. Mueller, 94, Backus, died Sunday, April 30, 2000, at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Home in Sauk Rapids.
PARK RAPIDS --Ernest Beck, 93, Nevis, died Monday, May 1, 2000, at the Heritage Living Center in Park Rapids.
SWANVILLE -- David Plakut, 42, Swanville, died April 30, 2000, at his home.
Selma S. Diepholz
PINE RIVER --Selma S. Diepholz, 95, Pine River, died Monday, May 1, 2000, at Whispering Pines Good Samaritan Village in Pine River.
Donald S. Alexson
Donald S. Alexson, 72, Brainerd, died Sunday, April 30, 2000, at home.
Rev. H.W. Mueller
BACKUS -- The Rev. H.W. Mueller, 94, Backus, died Sunday, April 30, 2000, at the Good Shepard Lutheran Home in Sauk Rapids.
Paul Francis White
OUTING -- Paul Francis White, 83, of Outing, died Sunday April 30, 2000, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.
Margaret Catherine Forside
TUCSON, Ariz. -- Margaret Catherine Forside, 81, Tucson, Ariz., died Friday, April 7, 2000.
Donald S. Alexson
Donald S. Alexson, 72, Brainerd, died Sunday, April 30, 2000, at his residence.
Ernest W. Pitschka
PINE RIVER -- Ernest W. Pitschka, Jr., 60, Pine River, died of colon cancer Monday, May 1, 2000, at his home.
BURTRUM -- William Baum, 69, Burtrum, died Sunday, April 30, 2000, at the VA Medical Center in St. Cloud.
Harold H. Nygaard
Harold H. Nygaard, 91, Brainerd, died today, Tuesday, May 2, 2000, at home.
On April 16, 2000, The Brainerd Dispatch ran a cartoon on page 4A. The cartoon has a comparison between Americans who died in all our wars since 1775, and those Americans who died from guns in the last 20 years, because we have the NRA.
OTHER OPINIONS Vietnam
We have our own history of confusion on this score, having changed our view on more than one occasion. But it does seem to us that the efforts now to present the war as an avoidable blunder, a tragic ''misunderstanding'' between Ame
WASHINGTON (AP) -- House Ways and Means Committee hearings don't usually generate much buzz, but Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura has a way of shaking things up when he comes to town.
The money keeps getting bigger
WASHINGTON -- For campaign fund-raisers, the harvest is in the spring, and they are reaping a bumper crop in 2000. Republicans claimed a record take of $21.5 million at their big money meal of the season, where Gov. George W. Bush joked that his costly presidential campaign could spend it all by Thursday.
Tax rankings - Dispatch Editorial
Tax-cutting is right up there with Mom and apple pie on the list of subjects politicians want to enthusiastically support.
Gore doing worse than expected in key states
WASHINGTON -- Al Gore is performing worse than expected in a handful of states carried by Democrats since 1988, a sign that his political base needs shoring up in the race for the 270 electoral votes required to win the White House.
The routine use of antibiotics to speed livestock growth has claimed another human victim. According to today's New England Journal of Medicine, Salmonella infection in a 12-year-old Nebr
The arms-control knot
The following editorial appeared in today's Washington Post:
Got mice? The best way to get rid of rodents
There's no such thing as a minor rodent problem. When you find yourself cleaning up droppings in kitchen cabinets, throwing away boxes of cereal and listening to scurrying sounds in wall and ceiling cavities, a very serious invasion has taken place. And it can only get worse: Once established, a pair of mice can generate 200 offspring in four months. So can rats. And in addition to invading your sanctity, rodents bring fleas, ticks, lice and diseases into your home. The good news is that there are some very reliable methods you can use to rid your home of rodent pests and make sure they don't return. Many of these methods aren't pleasant, but rodents aren't a problem you can ignore or deal with lightly. Know your foe
Fish tale? The story behind state muskie record
BENA, Minn. -- In 1976, 19 years after it had been caught by fishing guide Art Lyons, a 54-pound muskie was crowned the Minnesota state record.
Saving time with veggie plants
POUND RIDGE, N.Y. (AP) -- I like to grow vegetables from seed, but this year a trip to France beckoned. Who can blame me if my garden takes a back seat to April in Paris?
North Country calendar
1-31 -- Arbor Month
Getting to the bottom of today's fisheries management
In his cramped basement office, Don Pereira stares at a computer screen covered with numerals and obscure mathematical symbols. Buried in these complex equations is information that could help improve walleye fishing on Lake Vermilion, Cass or any of Minnesota's other major walleye waters.
Blame it on the past
Anglers who plan their fishing trips around daily weather reports should know that weather patterns from years ago can also affect the quality of fishing today.
The mighty muskie
It was Sept. 14, a Saturday. The sky was blue and the water flat. The muskies in Lake Bemidji were as lifeless as the statue of Paul Bunyan in the city park, or at least they seemed that way.
Tulips, pansies and other flowers iln good taste
WASHINGTON -- It might not occur to a person to taste a tulip, add redbud to the salad, make a sandwich of pansies or saute a bouquet of day lilies.
Turning to a new leaf
Break the impatiens habit. Consider new possibilities. Create an innovative garden by experimenting with unexpected varieties of plants.
Recipes can help rid homes of pests
Here are a few, straight recipes for getting rid of pests, from ''Better Basics for the Home,'' by Annie Berthold-Bond:
Lucky girl lands muskie that many adults only dream of catching
COON RAPIDS -- One beneficiary of DNR research and management is Libby Hoene, an 11-year-old from Coon Rapids. Her friends call her "Lucky."
Located in the heart of Lindy Rig-dom, Stony Brook is a rare jewel the DNR is working to keep sparkling.
Safe to eat?
Minnesota's fish are among the cleanest in the Great Lakes region.
Clematis is a versatile and beautiful vine
Clematis is the perfect plant to clamber over a fence or an arbor. Some gardeners even let clematis ramble over living trees and shrubs. Depending on what varieties are grown, bloom season for clematis could begin in early summer and continue right up until frost. Blossom colors range from white through red and blue, with all shades in between. Even after frost ends the floral show, well into fall and winter the vines are festooned with seedpods of silky, grayish threads.
Putting the shopping cart before the house
Wandering through any of today's huge home improvements centers, especially ones that are brand new, is like a trip to a Fantasyland just for do-it-yourselfers.
Perennials that return as surely as spring
WASHINGTON -- Perennials all come up from their roots spring after spring, but some are better performers than others. Many fall-blooming mums and even some fancy black-eyed Susans degenerate after a few years into weedy clumps with stunted flowers. The faithful perennials are the ones that not only show up unfailingly but look just as lovely as they did the year you first planted them.
Dispatches from the 'truckpatch'
Who among us has not tended the vegetable garden in the hour or two before work and thought: ''Blow the job, I'm going to do this full-time!''?
It's spring and time for pests to invade homes
Each spring, when Annie Berthold-Bond anticipates a visit from unwanted house guests, she makes ''hotel plans'' for them.
50 ways to bring in spring
Things we love about spring: Everything seems fresh and new. Possibilities abound. Buds appear on bare branches, and early spring flowers blossom in soft yellows and pale lavenders. The light is different, almost shimmering with expectancy. Even chilly mornings are quickly warmed by a suddenly radiant sun.
FONTANA, Calif. (AP) -- Results Sunday from the NASCAR Winston Cup Series NAPA Auto Parts 500 at California Speedway with finishing position, starting position in parentheses, driver, type of car, laps completed, reason out (if any) and money won:
Mayfield overcomes rash of problems for win
FONTANA, Calif. (AP) -- The way things have been going lately, Jeremy Mayfield wasn't surprised when the engine in his Ford suddenly died on the final restart in the NAPA Auto Parts 500.
Most valuable players
Baseball -- Jake Francis; boys golf -- Tate Severson, Ben House; girls golf -- Marni Lundbohm; softball -- Alissa Kiffmeyer; boys tennis -- Chad Costello; boys track and field -- Jared Reese; girls track and field -- Ally Graham
Pioneer boys place third
\ KIMBALL -- The Pierz Pioneers boys' golf team placed third Monday with a score of 171 in a Central Minnesota Conference golf meet at Kimball Golf Course.
Radio guide -- WYRQ-FM (92.1), KFML-FM (94.1), KKIN-FM (94.3), KTCF-FM (101.5), KTIG-FM (102.7), WCCO-AM (830), KKIN-AM (930), KLTF-AM (960), 3WI-AM (1270), KVBR-AM (1340), KLIZ-AM (1380), KLLZ-AM (1600)
Warriors of the Year over the years
2000 -- Marni Lundbohm, Mitch Feierabend
Cris Carter to have minor ankle surgery
EDEN PRAIRIE (AP) -- Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Cris Carter was scheduled to have minor surgery Monday to remove bone spurs from his right ankle.
Athletes win scholarships
Numerous scholarships and awards were distributed at the Brainerd Warriors All-Sports Banquet in the high school gym Monday night.
Staples-Motley wins three games at tourney
PARK RAPIDS -- The Staples-Motley Cardinals went undefeated Saturday in the Park Rapids baseball tournament, beating Pine River-Backus 17-7, Menahga 11-1, and Crookston 10-0.
Little Falls wins two of three in own tournament
LITTLE FALLS -- Little Falls Flyers junior pitcher Jessica Waltman won her first varsity game in the finale of the round-robin Little Falls tournament Saturday.
Warriors Athletic Hall of Fame
2000 -- Shelly Breen, Turena Johnson Lane, Todd Revenig, Rick Sweet, Bob Waxlax
Four Brainerd students competed in state Special Olympics Aquatics meet Saturday at Richfield Junior High.
Raiders win three of four weekend games
The Central Lakes College Raiders baseball team won three of four games over the weekend to lift its North Division record to 17-2 and its overall mark to 19-4.
1999-2000 senior letter winners
Ty Adams, Sarah Ahlberg, Alissa Anderson, Stefanie Anderson, Karl Antolak, Janine Erickson, Amanda Arnold, Angie Asker, Dan Bardolph, Jessica Berg, Kyle Berg, Phillip Berg, Sarah Bernu, Conrad Binsfeld
Pierz girls take fourth
HOLDINGFORD -- Adam Asfeld claimed the only first place for the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines boys' track and field team Friday, running the 3200-meter in 9:54.7 at the the Holdingford Invitational.
Aitkin outscores Pequot Lakes
AITKIN -- The Aitkin Gobblers rallied for seven runs in the bottom of the fifth inning and went on to post a 12-6 victory over the Pequot Lakes Patriots in non-conference baseball Monday.
Warriors beat last two foes at Princeton
PRINCETON -- After absorbing a 10-run shellacking in Friday's opening round of the Princeton tournament the Brainerd Warriors baseball team rebounded Saturday to win two games.
Co-medalists shoot 41s at Ruttger's
BAY LAKE -- Pequot Lakes Patriot Jackie Heslop and Crosby-Ironton Ranger Amy Gaviglio were co-medalists as they shot 41s in a Mid-Minnesota Conference girls' golf meet at Ruttger's on Monday.
Hudson strikes out 10 Twins
MINNEAPOLIS -- Tim Hudson put a bright ending on a trying first month for the Oakland Athletics.
Eveleth-Gilbert shuts out Aitkin
EVELETH -- The Aitkin Gobblers were shut out by the Eveleth-Gilbert Golden Bears in a tennis meet Saturday.
Pequot defeats Crosby-Ironton
CROSBY -- The Pequot Lakes Patriots improved to 6-2 overall with a 12-5 non-conference softball victory over the Crosby-Ironton Rangers on Monday.
Cardinals, Hasselberg win titles
GLENWOOD -- Dana Hasselberg and the Staples-Motley Cardinals girls' golf team won the Minnewaska Invitational Saturday.
Senior scholar athletes
Sarah Ahlberg, Karl Antolak, Angie Asker, Dan Bardolph, Phillip Berg, Conrad Binsfeld, Laura Bogenschutz, Brent Bourassa
Boser, Cekalla lead Buckman
PIERZ -- The defending Class C state champion Buckman Billygoats opened the Victory League amateur baseball season Sunday with a 13-3 win in eight innings over the Pierz Brewers.
Hibbing upends Raiders
The Central Lakes College Raiders squandered a 7-3 lead against the Hibbing Cardinals and ended up losing 10-9 in nine innings in a North Division game at Mills Field on Monday.
High School Athletics
Raiders softball team sweeps
A combined 52 runs was more than enough for the Central Lakes College Raiders softball team as it won both games of a doubleheader from Minnesota West Community College Saturday.
Cardinals tennis team wins two of three meets at Wadena-Deer Creek
WADENA -- The Staples-Motley Cardinals won two of three meets in the Wadena/Deer Creek Lions tennis tournament Saturday.
Brainerd tennis team places third
MOORHEAD -- Runner-up finishes by two doubles teams helped the Brainerd Warriors tennis team place third in Moorhead Invitational tennis tournament Saturday.
Brainerd track team wins third straight meet
BEMIDJI -- The Brainerd Warriors boys' track and field team won its third straight meet Friday at the Bemidji State University Relays, scoring 139 points.
Warriors softball team wins tournament
DETROIT LAKES -- The Brainerd Warriors softball team won the Detroit Lakes tournament Saturday by defeating Fergus Falls 7-2, Bemidji 2-0 and Detroit Lakes 4-2.
'The Warrior Way is always alive'
One is a state champion golfer as well as the ultimate role model.
Tonight...Partly cloudy. Lows near 40. North wind 5 to 10 mph becoming light and variable.
Weather drawing by Alesha Belisle of Gayle Kub's first grade class at Lowell school.
Around the world
Amsterdam 60 48 cdy
Around the world
Amsterdam 56 51 cdy
Around the nation
Albany,N.Y. 60 37 cdy
Walking the dog
Weather drawing by Shantel Koering of Mrs. Mavis' first grade class at Lincoln school.
Tonight...Mostly clear. Lows near 50. South wind 5 to 10 mph.
Around the nation
Albany,N.Y. 64 49 .01 cdy
Names and faces
NEW YORK (AP) -- Patrick Stewart shocked Broadway audiences during curtain calls of ''The Ride Down Mt. Morgan'' when he angrily accused producers of the Arthur Miller drama of failing to promote it.
Names and faces
NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) -- Gloria Estefan has wrapped up the filming of a CBS television special here to coincide with the release of her new Spanish language album ''Alma Caribena.''
Dear Heloise: When I read your column, I particularly noticed the hint about reproducing OLD PHOTOS on a copying machine.
Adoptathon matches pets with new owners
DEAR ABBY: Please tell your animal-loving readers everywhere to mark their calendars. Pet Adoptathon 2000 will take place on May 6 and 7. The first Pet Adoptathon of the new millennium promises to be the biggest, most exciting lifesaving weekend the world has ever experienced. Last year's event was unbelievable -- more than 37,000 animals' lives were saved through the hard work and dedication of more than 2,400 animal organizations around the globe.
Rudeness not good manners
DEAR ABBY: This letter is in response to the one written by ''Determined in Dallas,'' who prides herself on courtesy and who is attempting to pass on similar traits to her 4-year-old son. When her son kindly holds the door open for a stranger, and that stranger neglects to say thank you, ''Determined'' feels it necessary to announce (''loud enough for the offender to hear''), ''She should've thanked you, but her manners aren't as good as yours!''
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