SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) (USDA) -- Monday Cattle Estimate: 300.
VANDALISM -- Jamie Hanson, Nisswa, reported vandalism to his vehicle while it was parked at the YMCA in Brainerd.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Wheat receipts Monday 125, a year ago 221.
The Brainerd Fire Department responded to a power pole fire Sunday in the 4000 block of Wise Road in Unorganized Territory.
One person was injured in a two-vehicle accident Friday in Baxter.
Scherrer becomes Kemper's ninth first-time winner
POTOMAC, Md. (AP) -- Just as his playing partners predicted a few days earlier, Tom Scherrer became the ninth first-time PGA Tour winner at the Kemper Insurance Open.
Irwin too busy to think of setting records
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Hale Irwin isn't about to start thinking about records now.
Bad weather, Norman dominating at French Open
PARIS (AP) -- Cool, damp weather seemed to suit Swede Magnus Norman, who dominated from the start and led Ukrainian Andrei Medvedev 6-0, 6-4, 4-1 today when rain halted their fourth-round match at the French Open.
Park recovers from rain delay, overtakes Inkster for LPGA victory
MURRELLS INLET, S.C. (AP) -- Grace Park, helped by a long rain delay and two closing bogeys by Juli Inkster, won her first LPGA tournament, the Kathy Ireland Greens.com Classic, on Sunday.
More kids have behavioral problems
CHICAGO (AP) -- The number of U.S. youngsters with emotional and behavioral problems has soared in the past two decades in part because of more poor and single-parent households, a new study suggests.
Researchers say America's kids not getting enough exercise
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Schools need more mandatory physical education classes and parents need to unplug TVs and video games, say researchers who concluded that most young Americans, particularly blacks and females, are far too sedentary.
Family of man found in burned warehouse is left with more questions
DULUTH (AP) -- While authorities investigated what they thought was a simple arson, the family of Robert McGinnis simply waited for him to come home.
Just named Little Falls principal
LITTLE FALLS -- After being in the Little Falls Community High School for 21 years as the assistant principal, Bob Just will now assume the head principal position.
Shakopee Creek watershed targeted for cleanup
WILLMAR (AP) -- A project in Kandiyohi County aims to stop the flow of dangerously high levels of fecal coliform bacteria from entering a popular chain lakes.
Patron sits on, breaks rare chair
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A patron looking for a place to sit at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts found an expensive place to rest.
Profiles of Learning hot topic as area legislators meet with educators, school board members
Minnesota's controversial Profiles of Learning was one of the hot topics Monday when Brainerd area legislators met with educators and school board members to recap the 2000 Legislature's education achievements.
Clinton: U.S.-Russia alliance 'not guaranteed'
MOSCOW -- President Clinton told Russian legislators today that partnership despite differences is the right course for both their nations. America and Russia are not destined to be adversaries again, he said, ''but it is not guaranteed that we will be allies.''
LF school board evaluates superintendent
LITTLE FALLS -- The Little Falls School Board has finally completed its evaluation for Superintendent George Maurer on his performance for the 1998-99 school year.
MIA's ''Star Wars'' exhibit draws 4,000 new members
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- ''Star Wars: The Magic of Myth,'' a touring exhibit that ends a three-month stop at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts on Sunday, brought in 4,000 new paid memberships to the museum, an official said.
Fillmore County group sues MPCA over planned dairy farm
ST. PAUL (AP) -- A Fillmore County citizens group opposed to a large dairy farm proposal is suing state pollution officials for failing to order a detailed environmental review of the project.
Experts say Lyme disease vaccine may not be best bet for all
Minnesotans considering the Lyme disease vaccine probably shouldn't be influenced by a high-profile ad campaign targeting the Twin Cities and Duluth by the vaccine's manufacturer, SmithKline Beecham, experts said.
Dog ate homework? Board looks to address lateness
LITTLE FALLS -- Remember the excuse, "My dog ate my homework?"
Jury selection starts in Katie Poirier murder case
VIRGINIA (AP) -- An attorney for the man accused of kidnapping and killing Katie Poirier asked Monday that the trial be moved a second time, but Judge Gary Pagliaccetti denied the request and jury selection started.
Rise in water fatalities not seen as trend
There's no doubt that there has been an increase in water accidents and fatalities this year. But officials say it is not necessarily going to be a trend.
Three area high school students will trave to Washington D.C. this month with 1,000 other students from around the nation after winning the annual Crow Wing Power contest.
A rock-solid way to lose weight
For most people, rocks are simply something you step on or over. But for Barbara Meyer, a rock signifies so much more, 98 pounds to be exact.
Deborah Tiessen held her 1-day-old son, Joseph, and smiled at her 3-year-old daughter, Loveena, on Friday afternoon at St. Joseph's Medical Center
Woodbury police shoot, kill man after responding to domestic dispute
WOODBURY (AP) -- A 43-year-old man was shot and killed after he apparently grabbed an officer's gun while fighting with two police officers who had been called to the home to handle a domestic dispute, police said.
The meeting day for the Retired Cooks lunch was incorrectly listed in the What's Doing section Sunday. They will meet Wednesday.
Baxter student headed to Washington
Megan Kohls, 16, of Baxter, was one of eight high school students from across Minnesota who was selected to go to Washington D.C. as a youth delegate to the MADD National Youth Summit to Prevent Underage Drinking 2000.
Toddler found nearly a mile away from family's campsite
SABIN (AP) -- A 1-year-old girl was released from the hospital after being treated for mild hypothermia. She was found Sunday crying, wet and cold three-quarters of a mile away from the area where her family was camping.
Civil lawsuit filed against accused harasser
ST. PAUL -- Attorney General Mike Hatch on Monday filed a civil lawsuit against a St. Paul man accused of targeting Minnesota's Jewish community with terroristic and harassing threats.
Three sentenced for poaching
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Fines, jail time and community service requirements were handed down to three Twin Cities men in a fish-poaching case last year that involved 630 rainbow trout.
Brainerd council adopts alcohol compliance ordinance
The Brainerd City Council adopted the alcohol compliance ordinance Monday.
Hatch seeks to stop airline consolidation
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Attorney General Mike Hatch asked the U.S. Department of Justice to block the proposed United Airlines-US Airways merger and said he would sue to stop it if regulators don't.
Missing girl sought
Brainerd and Baxter police are looking for a Baxter girl missing since Sunday.
Debate rages about how old is too hold for senior driviers
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- George Freestone has been driving automobiles for as long as Arizona has been a state.
This was Brainerd
20 years ago (1980) - The Garrison office of the First National Bank of Deerwood was the scene of an attempted robbery. The Crow Wing County Sheriff's Department and the FBI are still seeking the bandit who fled the scene on a motorcycle.
Hennepin County to speed up DWI trials
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Swifter justice is in store for drunken drivers in Hennepin County under a new plan proposed by judges that requires DWI trials to be held within 45 days after a defendant first appears in court.
Slaughterhouse's fate appears sealed after vote
HUGO (AP) -- The City Council here voted unanimously that zoning laws prohibit custom slaughterhouses, a decision that could permanently close a Hmong slaughterhouse where animals were sacrificed for religious reasons.
Potlatch in process of job cuts
Potlatch is in the process of talking to salaried employees this week in regard to anticipated job cuts.
In the boating safety article that ran on Page 1A Monday, the permissible legal limit of alcohol in the blood stream of a driver was reported incorrectly. The correct legal limit is .10.
Q & A on DNR orders
DENVER (AP) -- A do-not-resuscitate order: What is it, why have one and under what conditions should it be signed? Gregg Parish, an estate planning expert at the College for Financial Planning, discusses the medical order that focuses specifically on emergency treatment.
University of Minnesota-Duluth gets grant for computer teaching
DULUTH (AP) -- The University of Minnesota-Duluth will use a $1.4 million federal grant to help area schools learn to better use computers in classrooms.
World War I veteran honored
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- At 103, retired U.S. Army sergeant John Dawson admits to feeling like a ''freakish relic'' at times, especially when he makes the nightly news by mowing his lawn.
East Gull Lake sewer line route disputed
The East Gull Lake sewer line route was chosen Monday, but it wasn't a popular choice for some Brainerd City Council members.
Grand jury to convene
ST. PAUL (AP) -- A grand jury will be convened in Waseca County to hear evidence in the death of 12-year-old Cally Jo Larson.
Brainerd ready for Minnesota Planning to intervene
It looks as if the Brainerd City Council is ready to let Minnesota Planning decide the fate of its contested annexation case with Baxter.
This was Brainerd
20 years ago (1980) - There were many stories resulting from the 75 mph winds and hail storm which hit Brainerd and the surrounding area last night.
The death of a husband, the beginning of spring bring new life
On first glance you are drawn to the gleaming pools of green that are her eyes.
Helping elderly stay sharp
WASHINGTON -- Irvin Feldman was approaching his 90th year, and he was bored. After retiring from 61 years of medical practice in the Washington area, he played tennis one day a week and golf another, but that, he said, ''just wasn't fulfilling.''
In heated session
In a heated special school board meeting the Crosby-Ironton School Board on Monday reinstated six jobs that had been cut earlier.
Program seeks to help elderly avoid becoming victims of some scams
When Angela DeLeon heads out to do seminars on financial safety issues for seniors, she takes along statistics, handouts filled with practical advice and a visual aid she calls her ''wall of shame.'' The board, which DeLeon says is updated all too often, is filled with stories of older adults who have been swindled.
A June 23 public forum will give people a chance to discuss a topic on nearly everyone's mind.
Tribe offered $53.5 million settlement over forest mismanagement
BEMIDJI(AP) -- A long dispute between the federal government and Red Lake Band of Chippewa over timber operations in the Red Lake forest may end soon with a $53.5 million settlement for the tribe.
Report shows surge in alcohol arrests on college campuses
Alcohol-related arrests on college campuses surged 24.3 percent in 1998, the largest jump in seven years, according to a survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Trading the fast track for fulfillment
CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. -- From his patio, Lee Gruenfeld gazes west beyond graceful palms to Mount San Jacinto, rising sharply above the desert. It seems to absorb dawn's rich pastels, he says, varying in red and blue hues from one morning to the next.
After the endorsement
ROCHESTER (AP) -- The larger battle now begins for an Iron Range bar owner who gained the DFL endorsement this weekend to challenge Republican U.S. Sen. Rod Grams.
This photo is "Think Spring." Bunny credits her mentor, Bill Schimmel, for refining her technique with the painting knife.
Museum honors WWII veterans half century later
NEW ORLEANS -- Before time does what enemy fire could not, America's living World War II veterans will at last see their triumphant legacy enshrined in a major national event.
Names and faces
RADNOR, Pa. (AP) -- Halle Berry compares facing a felony hit-and-run charge to being ''dropped off in hell.''
Too scared to go indoors
BENGKULU, Indonesia -- Frightened residents avoided their shattered homes and doctors performed emergency surgery in the parking lot of a ruined hospital as the death toll rose to 103 today in Sumatra, an Indonesian island ravaged by a massive earthquake.
Agent didn't 'purposely' aim at Elian
WASHINGTON -- ''I never purposely pointed my weapon at Elian Gonzalez'' or his rescuer Donato Dalrymple, says the armed Border Patrol agent photographed confronting the terrified 6-year-old Cuban boy during an April raid in Miami.
Solomon Islands premier taken hostage
WELLINGTON, New Zealand -- Rebels on one side of an ethnic conflict in the Solomon Islands captured the prime minister today, put up roadblocks around the capital and overran key installations, including police stations, officials from Australia and New Zealand said.
Philip Morris to stop advertising in magazines with teen readership
NEW YORK -- Philip Morris will stop advertising in about 40 magazines amid criticism that it still pitches cigarettes in publications that have large teen-age readerships.
Iran defies United Nations, opens sea lanes to Iraqi oil
TEHRAN, Iran -- In an unexpected reversal, Iran has opened its protected sea lanes to dozens of ships carrying illegal shipments of Iraqi oil in violation of U.N. sanctions on Saddam Hussein's government, U.S. officials said Monday.
SEC warns investors to use caution with variable annuities
WASHINGTON (AP) -- On the plus side, they offer lifelong payments to investors, guaranteed death benefits and deferred taxes. But federal regulators warn that variable annuities, an increasingly popular way to save for retirement, also have pitfalls.
Schools fight teen dating violence
ASHLAND, Mass. -- Along with corsages and rented limos, prom season evokes grimmer images for many Massachusetts students: a bloodstained dress, and the tale of a girl's relationship with a murderously abusive boyfriend.
Grenade attack touches off Serb melee
GRACANICA, Yugoslavia -- An assailant hurled a grenade today into a crowd of Serbs shopping at an outdoor market, touching off a melee in which at least 10 people were injured, NATO and witnesses said.
Bob Hope's condition continues to improve
RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. (AP) -- Hospitalized entertainer Bob Hope continued to improve today as well-wishers sent him hundreds of faxes, e-mail, cards, letters and flowers.
Inmate on loose after copter escape
INDIANTOWN, Fla. -- Authorities using bloodhounds trekked through mosquito-ridden marshes searching for a convicted sex offender and the helicopter pilot who plucked him from a treatment center yard in a daring escape.
Indonesian earthquake kills at least 58
JAKARTA, Indonesia -- At least 58 people died and 500 were injured in a powerful earthquake that lasted for minutes in the Indonesian island of Sumatra and was followed by dozens of strong aftershocks today.
Rival rebel groups fight in unstable Solomon Islands
WELLINGTON, New Zealand -- Rival rebel groups battled at the airport and elsewhere in the Solomon Islands today, while the prime minister, seized by one rebel faction, again offered to resign to prevent further instability in the tiny South Pacific nation.
Save that tiger!
DENVER -- A week after a Siberian tiger tore off Renee Black's arm, she returned to the wildlife refuge and publicly pleaded to keep the tiger alive and the facility open.
Strong earthquake shakes rural area in central Turkey, killing three people and toppling hundreds of homes
ORTA, Turkey (AP) -- A strong earthquake shook a rural swath of central Turkey today, killing three people, injuring more than 80 others and toppling hundreds of mud-brick homes.
Furrow could face death penalty
LOS ANGELES -- A federal judge on Monday refused to block prosecutors from seeking the death penalty against avowed white supremacist Buford O. Furrow for allegedly murdering a Filipino-American letter carrier during a racially motivated shooting rampage.
Republicans offer compromises to jump-start patients' rights bill
WASHINGTON -- Offering a compromise to jump-start stalled negotiations, congressional Republicans proposed expanding the rights of some Americans to sue health plans, but only after all other remedies have been exhausted.
California Reform Party rejects move to disaffiliate in protest of Buchanan
LOS ANGELES -- California Reform Party members rejected a move by Ross Perot loyalists to keep presidential hopeful Patrick Buchanan off the ballot in the nation's most vote-rich state.
Top online firms propose global guidelines to protect Internet shoppers
Some of the most prominent companies in the online world are proposing global guidelines for consumer protection in an effort to make Internet shoppers feel safe when they click on the ''buy'' button.
High court curbs grandparents' rights
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court today curbed states' power to help grandparents visit their grandchildren against parents' wishes, a decision that could touch every American family.
Two bodies found in barrels near Kansas City
OLATHE, Kan. (AP) -- A man who allegedly used the name ''slavemaster'' to develop online relationships with women is suspected in the deaths of two women whose bodies were found in barrels on his property, authorities said.
Greece, Pakistan faulted by commission on terrorism
WASHINGTON -- Greece should be kept off a list of nations whose citizens do not need visas to visit the United States, and instead designated as ''not cooperating fully'' against terrorism, a government commission contends.
Small town stunned after shootout kills prosecutor, gunman
BURKESVILLE, Ky. -- Most residents in this tiny town knew Eddie Vaughn was trouble. They just didn't know how much.
Book industry wrestles with electronic future
CHICAGO -- Jerry Stiller's baggy eyes grew bigger, and his mouth opened slightly, in a puzzled way.
Albright moves Israeli-Palestinian peace talks back to Washington
RAMALLAH, West Bank -- Israeli and Palestinian negotiators will move to the Washington area early next week and resume talks on a final settlement, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright announced today.
Winery experiments with screw tops
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- PlumpJack Winery wants wine enthusiasts to get over the notion that screw tops are only for those cheap but potent beverages associated with street corner winos.
Unilever to buy Bestfoods for $20.4 million in mega-food merger
NEW YORK -- The company that makes Skippy peanut butter and Hellmann's mayonnaise agreed today to be purchased by European conglomerate Unilever in an all-cash deal worth $20.4 billion, or $73 a share.
Director, 71, a big hit at Tony Awards
NEW YORK -- The Tony awards kissed ''Kate,'' ''Copenhagen'' and ''Contact.''
Judge orders search of White House e-mails in FBI files case
WASHINGTON -- A federal judge Monday ordered a thorough search of White House e-mails, including those written and received by President Clinton and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, for any relevant evidence involving the FBI files dispute and related issues.
OAS protesters jam Ontario streets
WINDSOR, Ontario -- Their chants echoing the anti-free trade unrest that rocked Seattle in December, hundreds of protesters shouted slogans and pelted police with rocks as the Organization of American States launched its annual assembly here.
FCC clears purchase of MediaOne by AT&T
WASHINGTON -- AT&T Corp. won final federal approval Monday for its $58 billion acquisition of cable giant MediaOne Group Inc., furthering the transformation of staid but steady Ma Bell into the nation's largest cable-television company and a leading provider of high-speed Internet service.
Heavy rains spur flash flooding in Texas; four killed
By MIKE CRISSEY
Fiji rebel leader suffers defections, military says
SUVA, Fiji (AP) -- Three men who had been holed up with Fiji's rebel leader defected today, leaving the parliament complex where the rebels are holding much of the elected government hostage, the Pacific nation's military rulers said.
Country star McGraw accused of attacking deputies in horse dispute
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- An attorney for country music star Tim McGraw's band said the singer's arrest for allegedly attacking deputies was a ''misunderstanding.''
Rocker confronts SI reporter
ATLANTA (AP) -- John Rocker kept his mouth shut most of the season. Then, in a chance encounter beneath the stands at Turner Field, the embattled Braves reliever saw the reporter who wrote the story about Rocker's views on gays, minorities and immigrants.
Defense attorneys confident despite Lewis agreement
ATLANTA (AP) -- There is not enough evidence to convict Reginald Oakley and Joseph Sweeting of murder, no matter what Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis says on the witness stand, defense attorneys say.
Chmura says he will be released by Packers
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Green Bay tight end Mark Chmura, facing trial on charges he sexually assaulted his 17-year-old baby sitter, said the team has told him he will be released.
Detroit defeats Minnesota in WNBA game
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Kristin Folkl followed up teammate Betty Lennox's double-double with one of her own. Only this time Minnesota won the game, too.
Gonzalez's sweet swing makes him No. 1 pick
NEW YORK (AP) -- A sweet swing went a long way for Adrian Gonzalez.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Los Angeles Lakers are going where everyone expected them to go: the NBA Finals.
Devils win, lead series 3-1
DALLAS (AP) -- Now that they're only one win away from the Stanley Cup, don't worry about the New Jersey Devils celebrating too soon and letting the Dallas Stars back in the finals.
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Jack McKeon's move paid off immediately and decisively.
No more home-court edge for Pacers
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- For the first time since the NBA playoffs began almost seven weeks ago, the Indiana Pacers do not have the home-court advantage.
Twins lose to Astros
HOUSTON (AP) -- Jeff Bagwell isn't about to savor his latest career milestone.
Packers cite salary cap in cutting Chmura
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- In a move the Green Bay Packers termed strictly business, Mark Chmura was released Monday as he awaits trial on charges of sexually assaulting his 17-year-old baby sitter.
Twins take Cal State-Fullerton pitcher in draft
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Twins chose Cal State-Fullerton right-hander Adam Johnson with the second overall pick in Monday's Major League Baseball draft.
Stars facing a moment of truth in Stanley Cup finals
DALLAS (AP) -- There are not many questions left for the Dallas Stars to answer at this point in the Stanley Cup finals.
Deion Sanders signs with Redskins
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -- Deion Sanders joined the Washington Redskins today, the boldest move yet in an audacious offseason that has made the team a genuine Super Bowl contender.
Lewis pleads to lesser charge
ATLANTA (AP) -- NFL star Ray Lewis pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor today under an agreement that drops murder charges in the stabbing deaths of two men outside a Super Bowl party.
Does Jackson still have the touch?
Here's the funny thing:
Group including Star Tribune publisher working for new stadium
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A group of business and government leaders including the publisher of the Star Tribune of Minneapolis is preparing a plan for a scaled-back, mostly privately-financed baseball stadium, the Star Tribune reported on Tuesday.
Omaha: Gracious host for a half-century
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- Every June since 1950, fans from across the country have joined local baseball lovers at a little stadium just west of the Missouri River bluffs.
Young's choice: retire or play elsewhere
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) -- Steve Young's career in San Francisco appears over, but his playing days may not be.
Eleanor C. Nichols
Eleanor Condecia Nichols, 98, Brainerd, died Saturday, June 3, 2000, at the Woodland Good Samaritan Village of Brainerd.
PIERZ --Mary Boser, 61, Pierz, died Monday, June 5, 2000, at St. Cloud Hospital.
Gary G. McBreen
PRIOR LAKE --Gary George McBreen, 57, Prior Lake, died Thursday, June 1, 2000, at home.
Mary L. Roberts
Mary L. Roberts, 48, Brainerd, died Thursday, June 2, 2000, at Bethany Good Samaritan Village in Brainerd.
LITTLE FALLS -- Rose Weiss, 90, Little Falls, died Saturday, June 3, 2000, at St. Otto's Health Care Center in Little Falls.
(The following letters were written by Brainerd High School students.)
Play it safe - Dispatch Editorial
The world is filled with unheeded good advice.
I went to the city council meeting on April 17, 2000 and was very surprised to see this meeting room full of people.
North Korea peeks over the wall
The following editorial appeared in Monday's Los Angeles Times:
Candidates for the presidency sometimes seem to be playing a children's dress-up game.
Rain dampens NCMS events
Four consecutive postponements at North Central Motor Speedway this season has owner Jim Nelson at a loss for words.
Force becomes NHRA's all-time win leader
JOLIET, Ill. - John Force became NHRA's all-time win leader Sunday with a victory at the Prestone Route 66 Nationals.
Franzen prepares for Sprint Car Special
When John Franzen races his 630-horsepower sprint car around North Central Motor Speedway's clay oval Tuesday in the Heartland Tire Wissota Championship Sprints Special, he will have as much confidence as Dale Earnhardt Jr., had after winning his first NASCAR Winston Cup race earlier this season.
Errors lead to Cardinals season-ending loss
PARK RAPIDS -- The Staples-Motley Cardinals baseball team committed four errors Monday en route to a season-ending 9-7 loss to top-seeded Park Rapids in the Section 8AA tournament.
Northwoods League Baseball
Pierz golfer Sitzman in top 15 at state girls' golf meet
ST. CLOUD -- Pierz Pioneers golfer Amber Sitzman is looking for redemption after last year's absence from the state golf meet.
In Lowell Scearcy's 28 years as the Brainerd High School baseball coach Bemidji is one of the few teams the Warriors have a .500 record against.
Rangers shut out twice in baseball
GRAND RAPIDS -- The Crosby-Ironton Rangers' dramatic postseason run came to a crushing conclusion in the Section 7AA baseball tournament Tuesday.
Warrior runners advance in six events
LITTLE FALLS -- Rod Reuer is either psychic or he just knows his athletes will show up at their best in every track and field meet.
Cardinals record first-round lead in state girls' golf tournament
ST. CLOUD -- Underdog is one word that hasn't been used to describe the Staples-Motley girls' golf team, but it was before the Cardinals played Monday.
Braves remain unbeaten in Victory League
The Brainerd Braves raised their record to 8-0 in Victory League amateur baseball play with a 16-3 win in seven innings against the Fort Ripley Rebels Sunday.
BHS baseball team prepares for Section 8AAA championship
The current group of Brainerd Warriors senior baseball players have experienced their share of success coming up through the ranks.
Mighty Gulls opener is rain out
The Brainerd Mighty Gulls Northwoods League home opener against the St. Cloud River Bats on Saturday was rained out.
Warriors regroup to win subsection baseball title
ST. CLOUD -- One of the attributes of a championship baseball team is how it responds following a disappointing defeat.
No Warrior girls advance in track
LITTLE FALLS -- With graduation ceremonies Thursday, the seniors on the Brainerd Warrior girls' track and field team had one last hurrah before the end of their high school career.
The Brainerd Bees defeated H.R. Pesty's of St. Cloud 8-1 in Lakewood League amateur baseball Sunday.
Mighty Gulls swept in home opening series
Pitching will win baseball games. That is exactly what Brainerd Mighty Gulls manager Eric Coleman is not getting yet.
Around the world
Amsterdam 67 49 cdy
Around the nation
Albany,N.Y. 68 48 .03 cdy
Watering the flowers
Weather drawing by Stefanie Rasmussen of Ms. Kobes' second grade class at Lincoln school.
Around the nation
Albany,N.Y. 59 51 .14 rn
Summer is coming
Weather drawing by Matthew Weatherwax of Sharon Jendro's first grade class at Lowell school.
Tonight...Mostly clear. Lows near 50. Light south winds.
Around the world
Amsterdam 59 51 rn
Tonight...Clear with scattered frost possible. Lows in the upper 30s. Light winds.
Good wedding-gown advice
Dear Readers: A while back, we printed a column on WEDDING-GOWN CARE and said that the dress should be professionally cleaned before storage. Joyce Winey wrote the following:
Dear Heloise: A few years ago, I found out that I needed to go on MEDICATION every day for the rest of my life.
What to say to police when they pull you over
DEAR ABBY: I'd like to respond to the recent letter from the woman with three college-age children, all of whom drive. She said she was concerned about their responses should they get pulled over by police. As a police officer for 15 years, I recommend the following guidelines for anyone who is pulled over by the police: (1) Shut off the engine and remain inside your car unless the officer requests that you exit. (2) Have your license, registration and insurance card in a convenient location so they are easily accessible. Fumbling around inside your car for ''lost or missing'' paperwork should be kept to a minimum. (3) Keep your hands on the steering wheel and avoid making moves that could be interpreted as sudden or threatening. (4) In the event other passengers are riding with you, ask them to refrain from making comments. (5) If the stop is at night and it's possible, pull over in a well-lighted area. Remember, we are humans, and we get nervous, too! (6) Turn on the interior light and keep it on in order for the officer to see inside your car. It shows that you are concerned for your safety as well as ours. (7) Do not argue with the officer. If you are treated unfairly, get the officer's name and badge number. You can follow up by notifying the officer's superior and filing a complaint against him or her. -- SGT. GISELLE DOSZPOJ, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. DEAR SGT. DOSZPOJ: Thank you for your sensible suggestions, which are far more inclusive than mine. You are not the only law enforcement person who responded to that letter. Read on: DEAR ABBY: As a retired police officer, I assure you that you were right on the money when reminding readers of the danger of law enforcement. There are not many jobs in America where one goes to work every day mentally exercising his or her action if confronted with an armed individual during the shift. Police live with this possibility and repress any fear in order to concentrate on the task at hand. I don't recommend a shift filled with paranoia any more than I recommend complacency.
Lazy neighbors ruined summer, must be stopped
DEAR ABBY: I am having problems with our neighbors and their child.
Names and faces
NEW YORK (AP) -- Scores of demonstrators gathered on Fifth Avenue in an attempt to convince advertisers that sponsoring Dr. Laura Schlessinger's new television show would be bad for business.
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