Catering to kids
When their paths crossed in Aitkin, two area moms found they had plans that could complement each other.
Jim Kramer, Jarrett Leas and Sam DeLeo formed a land surveying firm, Kramer Leas DeLeo, Land Surveying Services.
Tumbleroos proves to be what little boys are made of
Just two months after opening her store, Dawn Sabir had to reorder supplies for her boys' clothing section four times.
The Barn, on Washington Street in Brainerd, is getting a fresh look this spring. The building's new look will include rock on the bottom and logs on top, but diners familiar with the restaurant's famed Maid-Rite burgers and numerous pies can rest assured the color still will be red.
Gumdrop Tree is an old-fashioned toy, candy store
Two young boys ran past colorful displays and toys to a low table in the rear of the Gumdrop Tree, intent on the wooden train set play area with Thomas the Tank Engine.
'Phishing' newest buzz word in online scams
Online scams abound and they have created a language all their own.
Deerwood Bank participates in campaign
The annual Teach Children To Save Campaign, now in its eighth year, guides children on the concepts of saving money.
CLC signs pacts with universities
President Joe Birmingham of Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, announced the college signed an agreement to provide credit transfer for CLC students entering collaborative programs at St. Cloud State University and the University of Minnesota-Crookston.
Fire Chief Randy Moritz said an acre in a wooded area was burned. He said the fire started after a power line fell onto a tree.
Meets 7 p.m. Tuesday
It was reported that one of the drivers, Maite Nielsen, 35, Hill City, was injured and was taken to Riverwood HealthCare Center in Aitkin. There was no information available on Nielsen Friday from the hospital.
Meets at 11 a.m. Wednesday
BURGLARIES -- Leah Rudolph, Ironton, Tuesday reported her residence broken into.
Jason and Kathy (Martin) Hughes, Minneapolis, a girl, Ashley Jeanne, 7 pounds, 6 ounces, Feb. 11, 2004. Grandparents are Denny and Jeanne Martin, Brainerd, and John and Debbie Hughes, Richfield. Great-grandparents are Mrs. Jeanette Schaefer, Pierz, and Mrs. Duane Martin, Little Falls.
Burch, Ann M. and Randall C.
The Mid-Minnesota Builders Association announced the winners of its 2004 Lakes Area Home Tour.
Control mosquitoes through landscaping
CROSSLAKE Landscaping to control mosquitoes is the subject of a seminar 10:30 a.m. May 15 at the Crosslake Community Center.
A retreat for Mom
PIERZ -- A winding and weedy deer path through the woods along the Platte River leads to a quiet setting with a beautiful view for Maggie Faust of Pierz to enjoy.
Researchers delve deeper into depression's chemistry
Husseini Manji just wants his rats to be happy. But that's not an easy thing to make happen. Many have been genetically engineered to be fretful and melancholic, to give up easily when faced with problems.
Woodland Good Samaritan Village Auxiliary, the staff and residents want to thank everyone for the fabulous turnout at our 1st Annual Tour of Tables last Saturday. Thank you to our 26 theme table decorators, silent auction donations, Cakes by Design, entertainers Arleen Sycks and Kathleen Zelininske, Bonnie Cumberland, Woodland Dietary staff and all the volunteers who helped make this a memorable afternoon. See you next May for the 2nd annual Tour of Tables.
When magic strikes, wedding bells ring for octogenarians
LUBBOCK, Texas -- Lois Cudd had been divorced for 55 years with no thoughts of remarrying the day she met Griff Griffin soon after moving into her new residence.
Good parenting doesn't need to be tug of war with kids
LUBBOCK, Texas -- As adults chatted in the West Lubbock home of Dolly and Paul Williams, 4-year-old Skylar Williams wanted more attention.
Eat your soy, boy
Yes, it's true that your wife, girlfriend or significant other has been eating a lot of soy lately, mainly to boost her female hormones. That doesn't mean it's bad for you, fella. Instead of pushing aside that soy milk, go ahead and pour some on your morning cereal. Dig into the soy burgers at the office cafeteria and the tofu that appears in your takeout stir-fry.
PETS OF THE WEEK
Lily is an approximate 1-year-old black and white female domestic short hair.
Angie is waiting for a partner
Days will be getting longer for Angie. School will soon be out for summer vacation and her two older siblings are busy with their own Kinship Partners. Second-grader Angie has been waiting for over a year for a special adult mentor to come into her life.
Breast milk could protect preemies from sepsis
At just 1 to 2.2 pounds, very low birth weight babies are too tiny to breastfeed. But by pumping and collecting breast milk for tube feedings, mothers can help protect these infants from potentially fatal infections.
Fast facts for parents regarding children's mental health
May is National Mental Health Month, and May 2-8 marked Children's Mental Health Week.
Birders of all ages are invited to participate in Birding Big Day starting at 8 a.m. May 16 at The Northland Arboretum.
Ex-POW figures GIs weren't acting on their own
Viewing the graphic pictures of abused Iraqi prisoners is difficult, even for the most detached of observers.
On this day in the Brainerd lakes area:
30 years ago (1974) - A new $1,000 memorial scholarship has recently been established at the Brainerd Community College on the name of the late Herman Woock, longtime Aitkin and C-I coach and educator.
Because of incorrect information provided the Dispatch, the name of an award winner from Central Lakes College, Staples, was misspelled in Wednesday's Neighbors section. Trisha Loucks of Pillager was Outstanding Female Freshman on the Staples campus.
Judge rejects plea agreement
Judge Richard Zimmerman has rejected a plea agreement in the criminal case involving former Brainerd Transportation Committee member Jeff Czeczok.
Staples educator Lund gets award that bears his name
Duane R. Lund, retired Staples-Motley superintendent, was given the award that bears his name -- the Dr. Duane R. Lund Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Staples Community. The award was presented by the Staples Community Foundation.
2 hurt in camper bus blast; propane tanks cited
Propane-fed flames turned a converted school bus into a blow torch late Friday afternoon in Brainerd and left two people with burn injuries.
"I told him I was sorry for the humiliation suffered by the Iraqi prisoners and the humiliation suffered by their families."
CLC students honored for academic achievement
Forty-two Central Lakes College students have received Academic Achievement Awards for earning the highest grade-point averages at the college in Brainerd and Staples.
Motorcycle in accident
Rescue personnel responded Thursday to an accident involving a motorcycle and automobile on Highway 371 north of Brainerd.
Happy teacher doesn't quite make it to her goal of 100
It's recess time. With a whistle and cord looped around her neck, Jeanne Larson purposefully strides toward the Whittier Elementary School playground as two boys throw tennis balls at the brick wall of the 1939 north Brainerd school.
Four authors talk about finding success in crime
A crime wave hit Brainerd Thursday night -- at least in a literal sense -- as four authors shared their thoughts on fiction and mastering a murderous genre.
The cutline in Thursday's paper regarding American Legion Post 255 Women's Auxiliary's offering of poppies was incorrect. The poppies will be offered starting Friday.
Lost dog tags returned home
Harry T. Eastberg's set of military dog tags is worn and scratched, held together by a metal chain tinged red with rust.
DFL endorsements Saturday
LITTLE FALLS -- The Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party will endorse candidates for Minnesota House Districts 12A and 12B 1 p.m. Saturday at the Little Falls Public Library.
On this day in the Brainerd lakes area
100 years ago (1904) - There is to be a bowery dance to take place at Crow Wing Saturday night and those wishing to participate can make the round trip from Graham's barn for 50 per couple.
Bert Cronquist, 88, Brainerd, died Thursday, May 6, 2004, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
DULUTH -- Ingeborg Nanna Wadsten, age 93, of Duluth, formerly of Crosby, died on Tuesday, May 5, 2004, at the High Street House in Duluth. She was born on Feb. 17, 1911, in White Side, Minn., to Frank and Fredricka (Ribock) Johnson.
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Mary Ann McPheeters Baker
A memorial service for Mary Ann McPheeters Baker will be held at 1 p.m. May 15, 2004 at the Lutheran Church of the Cross, Highways 371 and 13, Nisswa.
CROSBY -- Stanley Henry Splettstoeszer, age 99 of Crosby, died on Wednesday, May 5, 2004, at the Cuyuna Regional Care Center in Crosby. He was born on May 30,1904, in Buffalo, Minn., to Julius and Hulda (Elling) Splettstoeszer. He married Aimar F. Ford on June 2, 1929, in Spartanberg, S.C. He was a resident of the Oreland area since 1912. He was a member of Salem Lutheran Church, Deerwood, and a retired M.A. Hanna Mining employee with 20 years of service.
Inez Marie Fallert, age 75, a resident of Little Falls, Minn. passed away Thursday, May 6, 2004 at St. Ottos's Care Center.
LITTLE FALLS -- Inez Fallert, age 75, of Little Falls, died Thursday, May 6, 2004, at St. Otto's Care Center, Little Falls. Services are pending with Brenny Funeral Home (West Chapel) in Little Falls.
James Payne, 52, Brainerd, died May 6, 2004 at St. Joseph's Medical Center. Burial, with Military Honors by the Brainerd VFW Post #1647 will be at 1 p.m. Monday, May 10, 2004 at Minnesota State Veterans Cemetery followed by a memorial service at 2 p.m. at the Brenny Funeral Chapel in Baxter with the Reverand Chip Avelsgaard officiating.
Emil 'Gene' Nelson
CROSSLAKE -- Emil "Gene" Nelson, 73, of Crosslake, died Tuesday, May 4, 2004, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd after a long battle with cancer. Gene was born Feb. 3, 1931, in Dodgeville, Wis., son of Oscar and Gayle (Richardson) Nelson.
Alice Christine Davis, age 88, of Brainerd, died Wednesday, May 5, 2004 at her home. Alice was born October 27,1915 near Elko, Minn. to Anton Frank and Sena (Nelson) Lindhart.
Melvin G. Nelson
LITTLE FALLS Melvin G. Nelson, age 85 of Little Falls, Minn., passed away Wednesday, May 5, 2004, at the Lutheran Care Center in Little Falls. A memorial mass will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at St. Marys Catholic Church in Little Falls with the Rev. Nick Landsberger officiating.
Maurice Mailhot, age 78, resident of Brainerd, died Saturday, May 8, 2004, at his home. Arrangements by Nelson-Doran Funeral Home in Brainerd.
Mabel (Merby) Bowen
LITTLE FALLS -- Mabel (Merby) Bowen, age 86, a resident of Little Falls, Minn., passed away Thursday, May 6, 2004, at St. Otto's Care Center.
Bert Cronquist Bert Cronquist, 88, Brainerd, died on Thursday May 6, 2004 at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
AITKIN -- Twila Ann Ecklund, age 67, of Aitkin, died Wednesday, May 5, 2004, at her home.
Lawrence A. Jordan
MINNEAPOLIS -- Lawrence A. Jordan, age 85, former Brainerd resident, died Wednesday, May 5, 2004, at the Minnesota Veterans Home in Minneapolis. Lawrence was born in Brainerd April 19, 1919, to Robert and Lucy (Lively) Jordan.
Gregory S. Corcoran
COON RAPIDS -- Gregory Scott Corcoran, age 41, formerly of Grand Rapids, died Thursday, May 6, 2004, at the Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids.
Community representative sought for editorial board
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OUR OPINION: Iraqi prisoners
Incalculable damage has been done to U.S. efforts to establish a stable, free government in Iraq.
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"When any group resorts to lies to try to make a point, they are of all people most bankrupt in morals and integrity". Thank you ' Liberty or Death ' writer April 29, you have just described George W. Bush exactly.
Open Forum: Area fire chiefs will miss Mahle
The city of Brainerd and its fire department aren't the only ones who will feel the loss of Fire Chief Kevin Mahle. The entire area will feel that loss.
Images of war
WASHINGTON -- Among the corrosive lies a nation at war tells itself is that the glory -- the lofty goals announced beforehand, the victories, the liberation of the oppressed -- belongs to the country as a whole; but the failure -- the accidents, the uncounted civilian dead, the crimes and atrocities -- is always exceptional. Noble goals flow naturally from a noble people; the occasional act of barbarity is always the work of individuals, unaccountable, confusing and indigestible to the national conscience.
Congratulations to the great Brainerd Dispatch on the well deserved AP Freedom of Information award.
Our Opinion: Politics
In the 1970s, it wasn't just the Iron Range that was solidly Democratic. The Brainerd lakes area was represented by DFLers who were solidly entrenched in their legislative posts.
OTHER OPINION: Free press
Freedom of the press is your freedom. Many citizens, including journalists, take this constitutional right for granted. World Press Freedom Day, which was Monday, serves to remind us all that a press free to criticize government, investigate leaders and champion human rights is critical to a democratic society.
THE OTHER SIDE OF GUIDING
"I felt like a mercenary soldier," said the guide, who asked to remain anonymous. "I couldn't justify killing all those fish for profit."
Tips to protect our fish resource
How to minimize fish stress
Opening day brings forth usual questions
Opening day is a tradition most Minnesota anglers anticipate for months. I've fished many different lakes on opener and though some have been better than others, the anticipation is the same.
CHANGING OF THE GUIDES
The Brainerd area might have more fishing guides per square mile than any other region of Minnesota. It's a long-standing tradition around here. Vacationers who have no idea what a walleye eats look to guides to turn the trick.
DNR needs help tracking osprey populations
Got an osprey nesting nearby? Then the DNR nongame wildlife program wants to hear from you.
The plan to allow walleye anglers back on Upper Red Lake in 2006 remains on track after recent DNR testing found the Tamarac River teeming with spawning fish.
Doing chores now will save frustration later
With a couple of weeks away from the highly anticipated walleye opener, and what's an angler to do with a bunch of pent up energy? How about taking a few steps to prepare your tackle and boat for a new season?
Plenty to see and do at state parks open house day on June 6
June 6 is open house day at Minnesota state parks. No vehicle permit is required to enter state parks that day, though tour fees will be charged at Mystery Cave at Forestville, Soudan Underground Mine and Hill Annex Mine. Regular camping and lodging fees will be in effect that day as well.
Archery equipment offered for archery classes
Minnesota schools interested in starting or improving physical education based archery classes can get equipment grants through the DNR as part of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP).
Curt and Jackie Gordon - 50th anniversary
Curt and Jackie Gordon, Deerwood, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 1-5 p.m. May 30 at the home of Bill and Sue Gordon. For directions, call Bill at 546-6694 or Julie at 763-2985. The event will be hosted their children and grandchildren. No gifts please. They were married March 27, 1954, in Crosby.
Serina Sager and Steve Pampuch
Serina Sager and Steve Pampuch announce their engagement. Parents are Richard Sager, Cambridge, and Carol Gard, Pine River, and LaVern and Elizabeth Pampuch, Independence, Wis. A June 12 wedding is planned at Pilgrim Lutheran Church in Superior, Wis.
Richard and Marian Rademacher - 50th anniversary
Richard and Marian Rademacher, Brainerd, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house at 7 p.m. May 15 at their home. The event is hosted by their family. They were married May 12, 1954, in Hillman.
50th anniversary - Clarence and Donna Aune
Clarence and Donna Aune, Brainerd, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 1-3 p.m. May 15 at Bethel Lutheran Church, located five miles east on Highway 18, then turn south and go two miles. Watch for signs. The event will be hosted by their children. No gifts please. They were married May 15, 1954, in Shevlin.
MICHAEL AND ASPEN BURKE
Aspen Alaniva and Michael Burke were married Nov. 22, 2003, at the U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado with Chaplain Jim Glass officiating.
Marisah Morgan and Andrew Jensen
Marisah Morgan and Andrew Jensen announce their engagement. Parents are Dean and Dinah Morgan, Brainerd, and Alan and Kathy Jensen, Faribault. A Dec. 10 wedding is planned at Northfield.
Cascade United Methodist Church's Kids of the Kingdom Wednesday after-school children's program will host a community food drive May 26 after school.
Power of painting
When Keith and Linda Axvig retired, they bought a home in Harlingen, Texas, hoping to spend the winter months perfecting their golf swings while enjoying the warmer seasons at their Brainerd lake home.
Boxing 'Bullet' goes from Crosby to national TV
Peter Manfredo Jr. will find out he shouldn't rumble with Rangers.
Pequot sweeps home meet
PEQUOT LAKES -- Eight area athletes won two events apiece in the Pequot Lakes Twilighter track and field meet Thursday.
Bell, Virnig lead Pioneers to first place
KIMBALL -- Robert Bell was three shots off medalist honors as he turned in an 83 and Hank Virnig carded an 84 to lead the Pierz Pioneers boys' golf team to a first place finish at the Kimball Invitational Thursday.
Volunteers help complete Brainerd motocross track
Craig Johnson stood near the starting line at the motocross track south of Brainerd Wednesday night when Brock Tobiason asked if he needed any help with the track.
Former New York Mills girls' basketball star Janet Karvonen will be the guest speaker at the Pillager Husky Booster Club's Pillager High School athletic banquet 5 p.m. May 22.
Hennen, Huether homers highlight Warrior win
SARTELL -- The Brainerd Warriors pulled out of their two-game hitting slump Thursday by pounding out 12 hits to beat the Sartell Sabres 14-8 in Central Lakes Conference baseball.
Huskies finish second
LEGACY -- Pillager's Joe Kavanaugh shot a 37, one stroke off the pace, to help the Huskies place second in a Quad County Conference boys' golf meet Friday.
Cekalla's complete game gives Flyers win
ALEXANDRIA -- Morgan Cekalla tossed a complete game and Kevin Knopik and Ricky Drew had two hits apiece to lead the Little Falls Flyers baseball team past the Alexandria Cardinals 3-2 Thursday in Central Lakes Conference action.
LOCAL SPORTS BRIEF
Crosby-Ironton Rangers senior center Whitney Smetana signed a letter of intent in St. Paul Thursday to play for the Concordia University women's basketball team.
Janzen, Hallberg win again for Gobblers
NEW YORK MILLS -- The No. 1 doubles team of Adam Janzen and Brian Hallberg won their ninth match of the season as the Aitkin Gobblers were defeated 4-3 by New York Mills Thursday.
Pioneer boys take first, girls second at Collegeville
COLLEGEVILLE -- Steve Doroff won the discus, Danny Kimman paced the triple jump and Josh Andrea won 3200-meter run as the Pierz Pioneers boys' track and field team won nine events to capture first place in the St. John's Prep Invitational Friday.
Virnig, Pierz win
PIERZ -- Kim Stangl shot a 47 for the Pierz Pioneers girls' golf team to earn medalist honors and propel her team to a one-stroke win over the Onamia Panthers in the Pierz Invitational on Friday.
Honek Ks 34 in two games
STAPLES -- Michelle Honek struck out 34 batters as the Staples-Motley Cardinals softball team swept a doubleheader from the Pequot Lakes Patriots by scores of 1-0 and 4-3 in Mid-State Conference softball Friday.
Wacky ending goes Warriors' way
Two out. Bottom of the eighth. The Minneapolis Henry Patriots and Brainerd Warriors are tied 4-4. Brainerd's Justin Huether is at bat, Cliff Edberg is at second base.
Upcoming sporting events
Warriors overcome first-inning errors to stab Sabres
The Brainerd Warriors softball team was down, but not out Thursday against the Sartell Sabres.
Rangers sweep doubleheader from Tigers
PINE RIVER -- Jesse Larson was 3-for-4 for the Crosby-Ironton Rangers baseball team in a 9-5 game one win over the Pine River-Backus Tigers in a Mid-State Conference double-header Friday.
Pioneers get outslugged by Kimball
KIMBALL -- Both Sarah Kahl and Kelly Medick contributed two hits and three RBI as the Pierz Pioneers softball team lost 16-15 to Central Minnesota Conference foe Kimball Thursday.
Sczublewski's 88 leads Pierz to victory
KIMBALL -- Pierz's Kristen Sczublewski carded a round of 88 to earn medalist honors as the Pioneers won the Kimball Invitational Thursday with a team score of 400, 34 ahead of second place Rockford.
Warriors stumble against Sabres
SARTELL -- The Sartell Sabres handed the Brainerd Warriors tennis team a 6-1 loss Thursday as Matt Steiger took a 6-0, 6-4 win at No. 1 singles for Brainerd's lone win.
Greatest hits - Verndale's Seaton has been hot at the plate lately
In two weeks Sami Seaton has gone from struggling to sensational.
Going solo - Janzen a versatile leader of Gobbler tennis team
Adam Janzen is a doubles player on a solo tour.
Warriors upend Rocori
COLD SPRING -- The Brainerd Warriors softball team, behind Megan Arns' two hits and four RBI, throttled the Rocori Spartans 13-5 Friday in Central Lakes Conference play.
Former Warrior 11-4 as freshman at Concordia
Since 1995, hardly a year has gone by when there hasn't been a Tuchscherer from Brainerd swinging a tennis racket for the Concordia College Cobbers men's tennis team.
Flexibility comes relatively cheap
At its most basic, WiFi is the Internet equivalent of a cordless phone. Instead of replacing a coiled-up phone cord, WiFi takes the place of Ethernet cable, the thick wiring that stretches under desks in offices.
GMail deepens Google's advertising flirtation
WASHINGTON -- About a month ago, search giant Google made a significant change to the way it displays its search results. With all the brouhaha surrounding the company's new e-mail service known as GMail, this shift is worth revisiting.
'Process' patents turn unfair profit
Imagine that you decide to start up a grocery store. On opening day, a minute after your first customer rolls a cart through your checkout line, three lawyers in Armani suits rush in and threaten to sue you for patent infringement.
Favorite Vacation Photo
Mary Ridder of Aitkin picked this as one of her Favorite Vacation Photos. This is one of three drive-through trees in the redwoods of California. She loves this photo because it shows some things never change. Her husband was at the same tree 30 years ago.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Foodies who love to travel will find a host of delicious destinations in the May issue of Gourmet magazine.
Been delaying European vacation plans in hopes of seeing substantial airfare sales? CoGo's crystal ball is still fuzzy, but indications are that sales of the past two summers may not materialize this year.
Weather drawing by Diana Fellman of Mrs. Wig's third grade class at Garfield school.
State forecast for N.D.
Today...Becoming partly sunny. A slight chance of showers central
Wisconsin state forecast
Today...Partly to mostly cloudy. A chance for showers and thunderstorms...Mainly in the afternoon north and central. Highs from the low to mid 50s northeast half...To the low and mid 60s southwest.
State forecast for north dakota
.Today...Partly sunny with a chance of showers and thunderstorms.
State forecast for minnesota
.Today...Partly cloudy north. Partly to mostly cloudy south and
State forecast for Minnesota
Today...Mostly cloudy. A chance of showers north and a chance of
State forecast for iowa
Today...Partly to mostly cloudy. A slight chance of showers and
State forecast for south dakota
Today...Partly cloudy. A slight chance of thunderstorm northwest and south central early...Then a chance of thunderstorm statewide this afternoon. Highs from the mid 70s northeast...To the mid 80s south.
State forecast for S.D.
Today...Partly cloudy north and west...Becoming mostly cloudy southeast. Isolated showers and thunderstorms northeast and a chance of thunderstorms early morning and again late afternoon southeast. Highs from the upper 60 northeast...To the mid 80s southwest.
Wisconsin state forecast.
Today...Partly to mostly cloudy. Scattered showers and thunderstorms central and south this morning...Then a chance for more storms this afternoon. Highs ranging from the 50s close to lake michigan... To the low 70s west.
A special day
Weather drawing by Carlea Franzen in the Lowell first grade of Sharon Jendro.
State forecast for iowa
.Today...Partly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. Highs from
Alexis Trae Tuttle, 5-year-old daughter of Michael and Tammy Raddatz, has been chosen as a state finalist in the National American Miss Minnesota pageant to be held Aug. 14 and 15 in Bloomington. Her sponsors include MN Home Care, family, friends, Imgrund Motors, All State, Giovanni's Pizza, Brainerd Savings and Loan, Supreme Mobile Court and Denise Blood's Little Oaks Child Care.
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