Higher gas prices not likely to depress holiday travel
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Minnesota drivers will pay about a dime a gallon more to fill their talks as Memorial Day nears, but they're not likely to drive any less.
Guess year, make and model
Can you guess the year, make and model as well as any other information about this vehicle?
Challenge issued to guessers for this week's mystery vehicle
Three readers correctly guessed last week's guess the vehicle.
Aitkin sixth-grader invited to National History Day
AITKIN -- Breanna Storlie's documentary on Gandhi has already won local, regional and state competitions for National History Day.
Kindergarten forms available in Pequot
PEQUOT LAKES -- Registration forms have been sent to families who have children entering kindergarten this fall in the Pequot Lakes School District.
Remember true meaning of Memorial Day
Memorial Day is observed annually on the last Monday in May, in honor of the nation's armed services personnel killed in wartime.
Emily Greens is hosting a new night league starting 5:30 p.m. this Thursday.
C-I girls advance to section golf tournament
HINCKLEY -- Crosby-Ironton's Sam Welle battled high winds and chilly conditions as she carded an 81 for medalist honors in the Subsection 25 girls' golf tournament at Grand National on Tuesday.
Raiders' Wilson in seventh place
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Melanie Wilson of Central Lakes College shot an 82 in the second round of the NJCAA women's golf tournament Tuesday.
Seelen, Virnig advance to sections
BECKER -- Pierz's Mark Seelen and Doug Virnig advanced to the Section 5, Class 1A boys' golf tournament thanks to scores of 79 and 82 respectively at the North Subsection meet Wednesday.
American National crushes Wells Fargo, pads league lead
American National Bank knocked off Wells Fargo 10-2 to increase its Men's Twilight League lead to four points over Dettbarn Construction May 15 at Pine Meadows
Raiders Wilson in ninth place
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Sophomore Melanie Wilson of the Central Lakes College Raiders fired a third-round 84 Wednesday for a 243 total at the NJCAA golf tournament.
Markie another step in Gamble's dream
When Gregg and Susan Gamble purchased Emily Greens Golf Course last year the couple had two goals.
Loidolt, Stangl advance to sections
BECKER -- Kim Stangl and Beckie Loidolt of the Pierz Pioneers advanced to the Section 5, Class 1A girls' golf tournament by placing in the top 10 at the Subsection North girls meet at Becker Tuesday.
Tip from a pro
First-tee jitters are a common occurrence for most golfers.
Summer office hours at CLC listed
Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, will operate with summer office hours June 4 through Aug. 6.
Cass tables action on changes to land use, subdivision ordinances
WALKER -- The Cass County Board on Tuesday tabled a second public hearing and action on proposed changes to the county land use and subdivision ordinances.
Telephone keeps ringing at some 'Don't Call' homes
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Van Hintzen signed up for Minnesota's do-not-call list thinking it was finally going to stop those annoying telemarketing calls and give him some peace and quiet.
Deerwood seniors to meet May 28
DEERWOOD -- The Deerwood Bay Lake Senior Citizens will hold their monthly potluck and meeting at noon May 28 in the Deerwood American Legion Clubrooms.
Cass adopts liquor license regulations ordinance
WALKER -- The Cass County Board adopted a county liquor license regulations ordinance Tuesday after holding a second public hearing. It includes increased on-sale liquor license fees the board adopted two weeks ago.
Crowd gathers in Winona for bluegrass fest
WINONA (AP) -- The mellow sound of bluegrass music drew crowds from Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa for the three-day Money Creek Junction Bluegrass Festival in Winona.
CLC students graduate from Staples campus
Bruce Fuhrman, photographic imaging instructor at Central Lakes College, hugged Trina Sutton of Park Rapids, one of the 2003 graduates from his program at the Staples campus.
Students build prototype trucks
STAPLES -- Four unique trucks rolled off the assembly line at Central Lakes College.
Cass County to apply to become regional extension service center
WALKER -- The Cass County Board voted Tuesday to apply to the state to become a regional extension service center.
Parents can help older children adjust to baby
Tara Karels, a registered nurse and certified childbirth educator at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd, offered the following tips for parents to help prepare older children for the arrival of a baby.
Cass looks at lawful assembly
WALKER -- The Cass County Board approved the first reading Tuesday and will hold a second public hearing June 17 at the courthouse in Walker on a revised Lawful Assembly Ordinance.
Class helps prepare young siblings for baby's arrival
A new baby in the home can be a big transition for everyone in the family, from the family dog to the exhausted parents.
Phi Theta Kappa graduates
Graduating members of the national honor society for two-year colleges received degrees from Central Lakes College, Brainerd, Thursday, May 15.
Otter Tail County seeing lower jobless rate
FERGUS FALLS (AP) -- Improving weather and people returning to summer activities has lowered unemployment in Otter Tail County, said Rick Long, area manager with Job Service, a partner of the Minnesota Workforce Center.
Showers delay fieldwork
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Farmers throughout the state are reporting standing water in fields, as well as flooding in some areas, because of rain and hailstorms that held up fieldwork this past week, the Minnesota Agricultural Statistics Service said Monday.
Cass, state officials to discuss Title IV-E payments
WALKER -- A delegation of Cass County representatives will meet with Minnesota Department of Human Services staff and a state attorney to try to resolve the issue of Title IV-E payments to the county for 2001.
Kirkwood Addition rezoning approved in Baxter
BAXTER -- Rezoning lots from residential to office space in the Kirkwood Addition was approved Tuesday night.
Teresa Rom of Aitkin displayed her Mother's Day gift from her children, a chameleon named "Blender," at Rippleside Elementary School in Aitkin Tuesday. Rom was at the school to show her pet in her children's classrooms.
This was Brainerd
MAY 22 - 40 years ago (1963) - A sparkling three-hitter, which included 11 strikeouts and just two walks by ace righthander Jerry Lyscio stopped the late season threat raised by Little Falls Flyers and gave the Brainerd Warriors another Central Six Conference Baseball crown.
Rock solid photos
Area artist Tom Smith showcases photos from 24 years of rock concerts at The Crossing Arts Center. Read his story Thursday in Tempo.
As the result of incorrect information provided The Dispatch in a Vox Pop response on Page 6A Tuesday, gate hours for April 15 through Oct. 15 at the Evergreen Cemetery are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays.
Sheriff seeks public help to curb rash of burglaries and thefts
The Crow Wing County Sheriff's Department has seen an increase in the number of burglaries and thefts in the county this year. As a result, the sheriff's department is asking for the public's help.
Four finalists named for Brainerd transit coordinator position
Four finalists vying for the Brainerd City Transit Coordinator position will be interviewed today.
Baxter mulls Clearwater, Inglewood projects
BAXTER -- Baxter City Council members debated when to put road improvement projects for Clearwater and Inglewood Drive back on the agenda.
Students address safety, bullying, health issues through skits, puppets
Health class takes on a different meaning for the ninth-grade students of Anne Niklaus at Franklin Junior High School in Brainerd. The 14 students in Niklaus' class participate in a puppet and skit group called People Enhancing Education with Puppets and Skits, or PEEPS.
Morrison offers phone service for victims
Morrison County residents can now get information on the custody status of criminal offenders over the telephone.
The Brainerd School District's Finance Committee will meet 11 a.m. Wednesday in the district office to discuss the 2004 fiscal year budget, policies and food service prices.
Brainerd lakes area residents can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke at a Life Line Screening on June 3 at the Brainerd Family YMCA, 602 Oak St. in Brainerd.
Heading to shore
An angler headed toward the Lake Edward public access Wednesday.
This was Brainerd
MAY 21 - 80 years ago (1923) - The office and showroom of the Brainerd Grocery Company is being remodeled and redecorated, and will present a very fine appearance in its new spring dress.
Communities to host Memorial Day events
The war on Iraq has been a reminder for area residents of the many war veterans who have fought and died for their country. Memorial Day on Monday is a time to reflect and to remember those lives lost in previous wars and conflicts, as well as honor those war veterans who made it home.
Regulations approved for vehicles in forests
WALKER -- Cass County and the DNR have each set limited classifications for recreational vehicle use of county and state lands in the Foothills State Forest and adjacent county land, including the Spider Lake area.
Part of street to be closed for utility work
The north side of Seventh Street Northwest near the Highway 210 intersection will be closed from 5:30 to about 10 p.m. today to allow utility work.
Fire burns several acres
Brainerd firefighters teamed up to douse a fire under the hood of this car Wednesday afternoon at a residence on Danielson Road. The fire, which burned several acres, started in this area where a few other cars also were parked near a garage. (Dispatch Photos by Clint Wood)
Brainerd Noon Sertoma Club celebrates 25 years of Service To Mankind
The Brainerd Noon Sertoma Club celebrated its 25th year of Service To Mankind in the Brainerd lakes area Saturday.
The flip side
Crow Wing County Sheriff's Deputy Lori Clarine picked up debris from a GMC S-15 Jimmy that flipped on its side in a two-car minor accident Tuesday near C.J.'s Auto Wash. No one was seriously injured.
Baxter decides on $75,000 salary for administrator
BAXTER -- Baxter will be offering $75,000 a year for the vacant city administrator position.
AITKIN -- Luella Lundquist, 96, Aitkin, died Tuesday, May 20, 2003, in Aitkin.
NISSWA -- William David Worthington, 87, Nisswa, died Monday, May 19, 2003, at Bethany Good Samaritan Village in Brainerd.
Charlotte A. Denning
AITKIN -- Charlotte A. Denning, 65, Aitkin, died Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at her home.
Phyllis E. Pederson
NISSWA -- Phyllis Elaine Pederson, 65, Nisswa, died Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at Fairview University Medical Center in Minneapolis.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Bradley D. Doucette, 45, Washington, D.C., formerly of Little Falls, died April 29, 2003, in Washington, D.C.
PIERZ -- Elmer Gohl, 76, Pierz, died Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at home in Buh Township.
CASPIAN, Mich. -- Frank "Trump" Butorac Sr., 81, Caspian, Mich., died Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at home.
Lynn M. Hegland
BROOKLYN PARK -- Lynn Marie Hegland, 57, Brooklyn Park, died Friday, May 16, 2003, at home.
John Hartung, 90, Brainerd, died Wednesday, May 21, 2003, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
LITTLE FALLS -- Donald Post, 69, Little Falls, died Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at St. Cloud VA Medical Center.
Bernadine D. Gakin
Bernadine D. Gakin, 84, Brainerd, died Monday, May 19, 2003, in Brainerd.
Doris M. Pihlaja
VENTURA, Calif. -- Doris M. Pihlaja, 66, Ventura, Calif., died Saturday, May 17, 2003, in Ventura, Calif.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Clifford Thomas Machen, 28, Minneapolis, died Tuesday, May 20, 2003, in Minneapolis.
Lawrence T. Pelzer
SWANVILLE -- Lawrence T. Pelzer, 80, Swanville, died Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at Long Prairie Memorial Hospital.
CUSHING -- Donald Post, 69, Cushing, died Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at St. Cloud VA Hospital.
RICE -- Adeline Pusc, 62, Rice, died Saturday, May 17, 2003, at St. Cloud Hospital.
SWANVILLE -- Lawrence T. Pelzer, 80, Swanville, died Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at Long Prairie Memorial Hospital in Long Prairie.
Donald Henry, 77, Brainerd, died Wednesday, May 21, 2003, at Woodland Good Samaritan Village in Brainerd.
Daisy R. Sanders
OUTING -- Daisy R. Sanders, 92, Outing, died Thursday, May 15, 2003, at the Cuyuna Regional Care Center in Crosby.
What task force?
In an embarrassing gaffe the Baxter City Council recently demonstrated that government sometimes needs more than a specific objective and a time line. It needs the ability to communicate and follow through on policy decisions.
Vox Pop, voice of the people, publishes Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Submissions are limited to 100 words.
Sen. Dallas Sams has a history of putting politics before people and now he is accusing Sen. Paul Koering of the same thing. Unbelievable!
Today, each taxpayer in Minnesota is supplying abortion organizations like Planned Parenthood with his or her hard-earned dollars. The Taxpayer Protection Act (H.F. 3230), backed by Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life, would put a stop to much of this injustice by preventing state family planning funds from enriching organizations that actively provide, refer or advocate for abortion.
Conflicts of interest, or at least perceptions of such conflicts, are hard to avoid in a city the size of Baxter. People know each other in a small city. Their kids go to the same school. They go to church together or belong to the same civic organizations.
Aldermen may use their best judgment
On Sept. 11, 2001, the city council held a special meeting regarding memos and letters from myself to department heads requesting public information. Prior to this meeting, the mayor and city administrator asked department heads to log the time city staff spent honoring my requests.
Dispatch editorial board comes up with opinions
Editorial views in The Brainerd Dispatch represent a consensus of opinion by members of the newspaper's editorial board.
Students take the challenge
Rookies ruled Wednesday at Brainerd International Raceway.
Colleges could get consolation in bonding bill
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Their operating budgets battered, leaders of the state's two public college systems might find some bricks-and-mortar balm if a bonding bill being assembled behind closed-doors pans out.
Murder trial of former state senator's son under way
GRAND RAPIDS (AP) -- Prosecutors opened their murder case here against Brett Lessard, the son of a former state senator, saying he was reckless and probably intoxicated when he pointed a gun that discharged and killed a woman.
Deal reached on K-12 bill
ST. PAUL (AP) -- House and Senate leaders reached a deal early Thursday morning on a bill that funds early childhood and K-12 education, leaving just three budget bills to reconcile.
Speed, distractions, attitudes boost fatal crashes
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Minnesota authorities had feared that more people would die in car crashes in 2003 than in any of the past 22 years.
Progress slow in special session
ST. PAUL -- Lawmakers returned to the Capitol on Wednesday with three budget bills completed, five left to go and a handful of other big issues unresolved.
STATUS of MAJOR ISSUES
How some major issues are faring in the 2003 Legislature:
Man admits killings
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A man charged in five brutal slayings admitted in a television interview to killing two of the victims and said he was high on drugs at the time.
Government finance bill passed
The Legislature on Tuesday passed a bill that pays for the nuts, bolts, salaries and supplies of two of the three branches of government after the bill's most controversial parts were removed in negotiations.
Church sues over new handgun permit law
ST. PAUL (AP) -- An Edina church sued the state Tuesday, asking that portions of a new handgun permit law be declared unconstitutional.
Later bar hours in Pawlenty's hands
ST. PAUL (AP) -- A proposal authorizing later bar hours in Minnesota could make last call, supporters said Wednesday.
DFL spokesman under fire for grouping Republicans with KKK
ST. PAUL (AP) -- The director of public affairs for the House Democratic caucus apologized Tuesday for published comments in which he compared Republicans to the Ku Klux Klan and repeatedly called them liars.
Two arraigned in August Cass Lake death
WALKER -- Two people have been arraigned in Cass County District Court as a result of grand jury indictments in connection with the Aug. 19 apparent drug overdose death of Heather Jean Casey, 15, of Cass Lake.
Esler pitches Aitkin past ML-WR
AITKIN -- Starting pitcher Jason Esler led the Aitkin Gobblers to an 11-3 victory over the Moose Lake-Willow River Rebels in non-conference baseball Tuesday.
Aitkin, W-DC eliminated in tennis
PINE CITY -- The Aitkin doubles duo of Adam Janzen-Brian Hallberg were at it again Tuesday, improving their season record to 16-1, but top-seeded Pine City came away with a 6-1 South Subsection 7, Class 1A boys' tennis victory Tuesday.
S-M, Pierz, Pequot Lakes advance
STAPLES -- The Staples-Motley Cardinals and Katie Crawford stung the Perham Yellowjackets 5-3 in Subsection 3, Section 8, Class 2A softball Tuesday.
C-I girls team champion, boys 2nd
CROSBY -- The Crosby-Ironton girls won the team title and the Ranger boys finished second by one point in the Subsection 25 track and field meet Wednesday.
TRACK and FIELD
The Brainerd Warriors baseball team has received the No. 1 seed in the North Subsection 8, Class 3A tournament.
Local sports shorts
Brainerd's Dustin Vickerman has been named to the All-Central Lakes Conference boys' golf team.
Jumper shows he can run, too
Dusten Olejnicak has been a constant in the long and triple jumps for the Brainerd Warriors boys' track and field team the last few years.
Strong winds push Rangers just outside the cut
HINCKLEY -- Despite their best scores of the season, Crosby-Ironton's Joe Bauer and Mike Simmons, who carded 81s, and Ricky Aulie, who shot an 82, just missed carrying their team past the Subsection 25 boys' golf tournament Tuesday.
Warriors finish regular season with 19-1 record
COLD SPRING -- Chad Weiss pitched a five-hitter to help the top-ranked Brainerd Warriors baseball team to a 4-1 Central Lakes Conference victory over the Rocori Spartans Tuesday.
Three Gobblers advance to sections
PINE CITY -- The Aitkin Gobblers doubles team of Brian Hallberg-Adam Janzen and singles player Roman Haberkorn earned their spots in the Section 7, Class 1A individual tournament thanks to their play at the South Subsection meet Wednesday.
Safe at home
Brainerd Warriors center fielder Lindsey Jourdan slid safely into home in Tuesday's game. Little Falls catcher Stephanie Knopik was knocked over on the play.
Solinger leads Pierz boys' track team
BECKER -- Pierz's Zach Solinger won the 1600 meter run and the Pioneer's 4x200 relay also won Wednesday at the Subsection 5, Class 1A track and field meet.
Rangers rout Mercuries
CROSBY -- Crosby-Ironton Rangers pitcher Matt Arneson improved his record to 2-0 with a 13-2 victory over the McGregor Mercuries in non-conference baseball Tuesday.
Brainerd fights off Little Falls' threat
When a No. 1 seed goes against an eighth seed the favored team should win easily.
Tuchscherer is champ Warrior tennis player not going to sections alone
ALEXANDRIA -- Brainerd Warrior senior Paul Tuchscherer did not lose a set in four matches and won the North Subsection 8, Class 2A individual singles tournament Wednesday.
Pierz girls third in subsection
BECKER -- Jamie Tallberg won the girls' 1600-meter run, helping Pierz to a third-place finish in the Subsection 18 track and field meet Wednesday.
Lynx release two, pare roster to 12
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Lynx pared their training-camp roster to 12 on Tuesday by releasing guard Sonia Chase and forward Gwen Slaughter.
Hunter saves win for Twins
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Torii Hunter didn't remember getting dirt in his eyes on an acrobatic catch that pitcher Kenny Rogers considers the best play he's seen by a center fielder.
Benches cleared twice for A's, Twins
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Tim Hudson said he wasn't retaliating when he hit Bobby Kielty with one errant pitch in an otherwise pinpoint performance.
Lost wallet apparently led to shots fired at Vikings' Bennett
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A missing wallet likely led to an argument and the gun shots that were fired at a vehicle driven by Minnesota Vikings running back Michael Bennett, authorities said.
Shots fired at truck of Vikings' Michael Bennett
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The State Patrol was investigating after several gunshots were fired at a Hummer owned by Minnesota Vikings running back Michael Bennett last week, hitting it three times.
Music General line dancers compete
The Music General performing line dancers recently completed their 2003 competition season.
The Exchange in Crosslake celebrates Memorial Day weekend with a couple of big names. Twin Cities bar rock favorite Tim Mahoney, with opening act Cherry Fix, plays at 8:30 p.m. Friday. Tina Schlienski, formerly of Tina and the B-sides, performs with The Salvation Band at 9 p.m. Sunday.
For week of May 22-28; bands perform from 9 p.m. to close with no cover unless otherwise noted.
Pillager grad follows super dreams to prestigious film, TV scoring school
Once Russell Holsapple set his mind to being a film composer, not even Kryptonite could stop him.
Piano students of Helen C. Anderson, Bridge of Harmony Studios, performed a recital May 4 at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Brainerd.
Every picture tells a story
He may not be a household name in the arts community yet, but among bartenders and concert security in the Brainerd lakes area and the Twin Cities, everyone knows Tom Smith.
Joshua Nice, Motley, performed in the musical variety show "Erlkonig" at Bemidji State University. He is a junior majoring in music.
Taste of Minnesota to feature Chubby Checker, Temptations
ST. PAUL -- A Taste of Minnesota will unveil the RE/MAX Stage from the Past at the 2003 festival July 2-6 along the Mississippi River in downtown St. Paul.
Pillager students to stage 'Peter Pan'
PILLAGER -- Auditions will be 8 to 10 a.m. June 9 in the Performing Arts Area of Pillager School for the Prairie Fire Children's Theatre production of "Peter Pan."
State of Television address:
Fans of quality television can breathe a sigh of relief this week.
Despite cancellation, Habiger devoted himself to spring play
Brainerd High School senior James Habiger took time off work and didn't have time for a social life or his classes this past month.
Garrison Art Show, Sale set Sunday
GARRISON -- The 11th annual Garrison Art Show and Sale will run 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at the VFW Pavilion in Garrison.
Trombone, French horn, violin recital Tuesday in Pequot Lakes
PEQUOT LAKES -- A recital featuring Pequot Lakes High School band director Jeff Dahlseng and his wife, Lisa, will be 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the high school auditorium.
Scandinavian folk artists prepare to invade the lakes area for the annual Nisswa-stamman. Read interviews with some of the musicians next week in Tempo.
Area Art Club presents show, sale
The Brainerd Area Art Club will present "The Art Cart," a spring show and sale, June 16-28 at The Crossing Fine Arts Center in downtown Brainerd.
Superintendent heads out into the field
PEQUOT LAKES -- Pequot Lakes Elementary School students in Kathy Harman's grades three and four multiage class made maple syrup with help from school Superintendent Jim Oraskovich.
CROSSLAKE -- The Community Clothes Closet, located in the lower level of Lakes State Bank in Crosslake, will close for the summer after Tuesday.
EMILY -- The Emily Charter School Student Council hosted an event where teachers and staff switched places for an hour one recent morning.
Look what Paul and Babe have left in their wake
Where Paul and Babe are going seems to be a big topic lately.
A flowering crab blooms near Ironton.
Weather drawing by Cheyenne Brazelton in the Lowell School second-grade class of Mrs. Sedlachek.
Wisconsin state forecast
Today...Increasing clouds. A chance for showers or thunderstorms northwest. Highs mainly in the 60s...Cooler 50s near lake michigan.
Wisconsin state forecast
Frost advisory north and central tonight...
State forecast for Minnesota
Today...Partly cloudy. A chance of late afternoon showers and thunderstorms north. Highs in the middle 50s northeast to the upper 60s west.
Iowa state forecast
Today...A chance of showers and isolated thunderstorms north and west. Partly sunny. Highs in the mid 60s to lower 70s.
State forecast for Minnesota
Today...Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms. Highs in the mid 50s northeast to the upper 60s west. Tonight...A chance of showers east. Partly cloudy west. Lows in the mid 30s northeast to mid 40s south and west.
State forecast for South Dakota
Today...Partly to mostly cloudy. A chance of thunderstorms from south central into the northeast corner late this afternoon. Highs in the mid 60s to lower 70s.
Watch out for storms
Weather drawing by Sam Lastovich in the Lowell fourth grade of Mr. Meyer.
Iowa state forecast
Today...Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid to upper 60s.
State forecast for North Dakota
Today...Partly cloudy. A chance of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. Highs near 70.
State forecast for North Dakota
Today...Partly to mostly sunny. Highs around 70.
State forecast for South Dakota
Today...Partly sunny. Isolated showers and thunderstorms ending early this morning east...Then isolated showers and thunderstorms far west late this afternoon. Highs from the mid 60s east to mid 70s southwest.
The American Legion Auxiliary hosts its May luncheon from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at American Legion Post 255, 708 Front Street in Brainerd. Proceeds
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