SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) (USDA) -- Tuesday cattle: 600. Last Tuesday: 992. Year Ago Tuesday: 602. Monday actual: 0. (Friday actual: 408).
MINNEAPOLI(AP) -- Wheat receipts Wednesday 252, a year ago 510.
SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) (USDA) -- Wednesday cattle: 600. Last Wednesday: 459. Year Ago Wednesday: 497. Tuesday actual: 670.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Wheat receipts Tuesday 498, a year ago 322.
Cooked cabbage is a real treat
A "new" flavor I look forward to when I can buy fresh cabbage at the vegetable stand is Cabbage Supreme.
How to reach the Minnesota News Council
The Minnesota News Council is an independent organization that examines citizens complaints alleging inaccuracy, unfairness or unethical conduct by the media.
A 62-year-old suffered minor injuries when his Ford Ranger collided with a semi-truck at 3 p.m. Tuesday on U.S. 169 at the County Road 68 intersection in Aitkin County, the State Patrol reported.
The following recently appeared in Crow Wing District Court:
Morgan, Larson lead CLC golfers
ROCHESTER -- Joey Morgan fired a sizzling 73 to take medalist honors and lead the Central Lakes College Raiders men's golf team to second place at the Rochester Community College Invitational Wednesday.
Martha Polsfuss finished third in the fourth flight of the Minnesota Women's Golf Association State Senior Amateur Championship Aug. 25-26 at Albert Lea Country Club.
Pine Meadows shorts
With an 8-4 win over The Dispatch on Thursday, and a 10-2 loss by Dondelinger, Greg Larson Sports leads the men's twilight golf league at Pine Meadows with one week left until position night.
Loggers pay record amount for aspen
WALKER -- Loggers paid a record $39.31 per cord for aspen stumpage offered on a July 31 Cass County timber auction.
CROSBY -- The Cuyuna Range Women's Club will hold its first meeting of the fall season at 2 p.m. Monday in the meeting room at the Jessie F. Hallett Memorial Library in Crosby.
Decline in dairy industry worries state ag chief
PRINSBURG (AP) -- The dairy industry generates about $11 billion a year in economic activity in the state of Minnesota. Dairy farmers receive about $2 billion of that amount; the remainder goes to processors, shippers and retailers.
Residents hope to turn Pequot Lakes church into city's first library
PEQUOT LAKES -- If you build it, people will read there.
BROWERVILLE -- Central Lakes College is offering a course titled "How to Choose to Refuse to be a Victim" Sept. 11 in the Browerville Community Center.
AFL-CIO leader calls on Minnesota workers to prepare for 2004
ST. PAUL (AP) -- A top AFL-CIO leader is calling on Minnesota workers to mobilize before the 2004 election to oust the Bush administration.
Cass sets preliminary budget, levy; budget calls for staff layoffs
WALKER -- Cass County Board voted Tuesday to set a preliminary 2004 levy at the maximum state law allows, $13,269,623 or 4.19 percent above 2003.
Lesson: Don't kick a distressed bear cub
LONGVILLE -- "He made sounds I've never heard coming from a bear," Cass County Commissioner Rusty Lilyquist said of the bear with whom he had a closer-than-he liked encounter Monday night.
Federal election law could cost Cass
WALKER -- Cass County Auditor-Treasurer Sharon Anderson told the county board Tuesday a new federal election law could cost cities and townships here $172,000.
Cass implements subdivision policy
WALKER -- Cass County Board voted Tuesday to implement a new policy for recording subdivisions of unplatted lands.
CLC hosts Argentine instructor
Mention Argentina and people think of solitary gauchos, sultry tango dancers or maybe Madonna emoting as "Evita."
Northland car washes cater to canines
DULUTH (AP) -- Now, you can wash the family dog without laying waste to the family bathroom.
Council holds off on approving offer for city-owned land
Though an offer was made for 61 acres of land the city owns near the Brainerd Regional Human Services Center, a decision on the sale was deferred until the Sept. 15 city council meeting.
Hunters using Crow Wing County-managed public land have two more hunting seasons to enjoy their permanent tree stands.
BHS coach had aneurysm after game
Brainerd High School assistant football coach Steve Nunnink is recuperating at St. Joseph's Hospital in St. Paul following a brain aneurysm that he suffered after Friday's game against Sartell at Adamson Field.
Another detour on 210
BAXTER -- Just when you thought you were out of the woods another barrier crops up with the Highway 210 project.
As Friday;s Housing section notes, if durable carpet by the square is such a great idea for offices, airports and schools, then why not kids' rooms, basements and family rooms?
State report : TIF money totaling more than $229,000 goes unclaimed by Baxter
A state report released today identified Baxter as one of two cities in the state leaving a substantial amount of money unclaimed because it has not filed a tax-increment financing report for two years.
Mille Lacs might resort to grand jury
MILACA (AP) -- The Mille Lacs County Attorney said she was leaning toward convening a grand jury to consider two alleged sexual assaults at a Minnesota Vikings fund-raiser in February.
Remer will need to scale back project
WALKER -- Remer residents who hope to turn their old depot into a visitor center will have to go back to the drawing board and scale back the project.
Digging up the vault
Tim Revering of Mastec Construction used a spade to uncover a communications vault Wednesday at the corner of Washington and Northwest Fourth Street in Brainerd. The concrete vault owned by Qwest Communications is being replaced because it was structurally defective.
Council takes two steps toward safer neighborhoods
The city of Brainerd has taken two steps toward creating safer neighborhoods.
AITKIN -- City officials will discuss budget cutbacks, land use management and other topics at a series of League of Minnesota Cities meetings that will be conducted throughout the state.
City denies violating open meeting law
The city of Brainerd has answered a lawsuit by The Brainerd Daily Dispatch, denying every allegation that the city violated the Minnesota Open Meeting law in closing a meeting to discuss possible litigation.
Water clarity counts
WALKER -- Not only will a loss of water clarity cause individual property owners to lose value in their properties, but also it could cost Cass County a loss of up to $1 billion in value, according to Pat Welle of Bemidji State University.
Nature center invited into Baxter
BAXTER -- Baxter City Council members have invited the Paul Bunyan Nature Learning Center to be annexed into the city.
This was Brainerd
September 3 - 40 years ago (1963) - Charlie Cummins, a regular in both basketball and baseball for the Brainerd High School Warriors has been named to receive the Brainerd Quarterbacks Club's annual $100 scholarship toward the college of his choice.
Baxter works out deal to settle storm water easement dispute
BAXTER -- After hearing two versions regarding an easement payment, Baxter City Council members took the middle ground.
This was Brainerd
SEPTEMBER 4 - 60 years ago (1943) - Submarine Day in Brainerd - Wednesday, Sept. 8. A day you'll never forget. Buy at least one $25 war bond and see the inside of this Japanese ship on exhibition at 7 p.m. on Seventh and Front streets.
Central Lakes College is offering a course entitled "How to Choose to Refuse to be a Victim" in the Browerville Community Center on Sept. 11.
Brainerd author Gary Midge's new novel is among the evidence that Westerns are returning to popularity. Read an interview with the author Thursday in the Tempo section.
Ruth Nelson files for Brainerd School Board
Ruth Nelson of East Gull Lake has been a behind-the-scenes person -- until now.
Joseph Prozinski Jr.
CUSHING -- Joseph F. Prozinski Jr., 72-year-old resident of Cushing, Minn., died Tuesday, Sept. 2, at the St. Cloud VA Hospital in St. Cloud, Minn., surrounded by his loving family. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 5, at the Camp Ripley Chapel inside the main gates of the military base not the cemetery.
Gordon 'Doc' Wynn
EMILY -- Gordon "Doc" Wynn, 65, of Clarkston, Wash., passed away Saturday, July 12, 2003, in Lewiston.
MERRIFIELD -- Leona M. Rau, age 85, of Merrifield, died on Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2003, at her home. She was born on April 28, 1918, in Foley, Minn., to Joseph and Kathryn "Rena" (Balder) Brambrink. Together with her husband, they ran the Torch Bar from 1952 until 1965 in Princeton. They went on to own and operate Sunset Bay Resort in Merrifield from 1969 to 1982. She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Crosby.
FIFTY LAKES -- Larry Olson, age 66, of Fifty Lakes, died Thursday, Sept. 4, 2003, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd. Arrangements pending with Kline Funeral Home in Pine River.
CROSSLAKE -- Ralph E. Turbes, age 76, of Crosslake, died Tuesday, Sept. 2, at the St. Cloud Hospital. Funeral mass will be Friday, Sept. 5, 11 a.m. at Immaculate Heart Catholic Church in Crosslake. Friends may visit Thursday, Sept. 4, 5-8 p.m. at Brenny Funeral Chapel in Crosslake. Internment will be at Pinewood Cemetery.
Joseph Mengelkoch Jr.
ISLE -- Joseph Mengelkoch Jr., 88-year-old resident of Isle, Minn., passed away Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2003, at the Cuyuna Regional Medical Center in Crosby, Minn. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 4, 2003, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Wahkon, Minn., with Father Ray Steffes officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 4, 2003, at the church.
BROWERVILLE -- Lawrence "Larry" Wenzel, age 66, of rural Browerville, died Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2003, at his home. Funeral s
Harry A. Dircks
Harry A. Dircks, age 81, resident of Brainerd, died Monday, Aug. 18, 2003, at his home. Harry was born Jan. 2, 1922, in New Market, Minn., to Jacob and Anna Dircks. He married Bonnie Gorron at St. Francis Church in Brainerd May 11, 1946. He had been a long time Crow Wing County resident. Harry and Bonnie owned and operated Dircks Hillside from 1959 until 1971.
LITTLE FALLS -- Bertha T. Litke, 88-year-old resident of Little Falls, Minn., passed away Aug. 31, 2003, at the Lutheran Care Center in Little Falls. A Mass of Christian Burial
MINNEAPOLIS -- Arnold Hines, 62, Minneapolis, formerly of the Brainerd area, died Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2003, at the Camden Care Center, Minneapolis.
Mrs. Bertha E. Kennedy, 86, Brainerd, died Monday, Sept. 1, 2003, at Woodland Good Samaritan Village, Brainerd.
FORT RIPLEY -- Ida K. Danielson, 92-year-old resident of Fort Ripley, Minn., passed away Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2003, at St. Otto's Care Center in Little Falls. Arrangements are pending with the Shelley Funeral Chapel in Little Falls.
Joseph 'Joe' Vukelich
STAPLES -- Joseph "Joe" Vukelich, age 82, of Staples, died Wednesday morning, Sept. 3, 2003, at his home. Funeral services will be Saturday, Sept. 6, at 11 a.m. in the Staples Alliance Church with the Rev. Randy Tabor officiating. Family will receive friends Friday evening from 4-7 p.m. at the Brenny Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Evergreen Hill Cemetery of Staples. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Brenny Funeral Home in Staples.
Joseph Vukelich Sr.
STAPLES -- Joseph "Joe" Vukelich Sr., age 82, of Staples, died Sept. 3, 2003, at his home. Arrangements are pending with the Brenny Funeral Home in Staples.
Jerome F. Kremer
ST. PAUL -- Jerome F. Kremer, 63, of St. Paul, former Backus resident, died Friday, Aug. 29, 2003, at United Hospital, St. Paul. He was born Nov. 2, 1939, to Francis Kremer and Electa Burtch.
Albert L. Helmerick
LITTLE FALLS -- Albert L. Helmerick, age 100, of Little Falls, Minn., and formerly of Randall, Minn., passed away Monday, Sept. 1, 2003, at the Lutheran Care Center in Little Falls. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Sept. 4, 2003, at
CUSHING -- Joseph F. Prozinski, 72, Cushing, Minn., passed away Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2003, at the VA Medical Center in St. Cloud, Minn. Funeral services are pending with the Shelley Funeral Chapel in Little Falls.
Focus on land use not the land user
I found it ironic that this week's guest column from the Brainerd attorney representing the Coalition for Responsible Development failed to mention any sound, legal, rational basis for his assertion --- "It's not too late to stop a Superstore."
Minnesota's recent budget crisis resulted in belt-tightening for all state agencies but the ax used on public defenders may have been a little too sharp if evidence presented by those attorneys holds up to scrutiny.
The Baxter City Council has decided not require an environmental impact statement for the 34-acre parcel that's slated as the location of a Wal-Mart Super Center.
After a summer of constantly reading The Dispatch and the Open Forum and Vox Pox uncomplimentary remarks about people and businesses (mostly Wal-Mart), I would like to state some good comments.
The Dispatch's editorial opinions
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In response to your article about me to the school board: Re: to David Colvin. I think people should know you're printing half-truths about me.
Muscle Car Shootout to end BIR season
Brainerd International Raceway's 2003 racing season comes to a close this weekend with the Cellular One Muscle Car Shootout.
Man sentenced in Cass court to five years in death of brother
WALKER -- A St. Cloud man who killed his brother in a fight near Deer River was sentenced Wednesday to five years in prison.
Minnegasco warns of higher natural gas prices
ST. PAUL (AP) -- The state's largest gas utility warned Minnesotans to expect a 30 percent jump in natural gas prices for September because of tight supply.
Janklow appears in court
FLANDREAU, S.D. (AP) -- His arm in a cast and needing help getting up the courthouse steps, Rep. Bill Janklow made his first court appearance since police said he ran a stop sign in his car and collided with a motorcycle, killing the Minnesota rider.
Courts question new state law requiring defendants to pay more
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A new state law that requires defendants to pay higher fees for public defender services is unconstitutional, a Hennepin County district judge ruled.
Corrections counselor accused of having relationship with teenager
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A 26-year-old camp counselor is accused of having a sexual relationship with a teenage boy she met at a juvenile corrections camp, according to court records.
Utilities agency helping Willmar pay for pool
WILLMAR (AP) -- The city of Willmar is getting a little wetter.
Minnesota looks ahead to its turn on quarter
ROSEVILLE (AP) -- Members of a state commission put their heads together Wednesday to begin designing the tail of a Minnesota quarter, one of 50 commemorative coins depicting enduring symbols of each state.
ST. CLOUD. (AP) -- A child endangerment charge has been dismissed in the case of a woman who left her 9-month-old son in an unlocked, running van that was stolen with the boy inside.
Alexandria, Redwood Falls possible sites for VA clinics
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Veterans clinics would open in Alexandria, Redwood Falls and northwest of the Twin Cities under a proposal to restructure the Department of Veterans Affairs medical system.
Convict walks away from halfway house
GOLDEN VALLEY (AP) -- Three convicts, including one involved in the 1988 killing of the police chief of Claremont, walked away from a halfway house after saying they were going to church, authorities said.
Planet Hollywood closed at mall
BLOOMINGTON, (AP) -- Planet Hollywood has closed its restaurant at the Mall of America after nearly a decade in the Twin Cities.
St. Cloud State sets dubious distinction
ST. CLOUD (AP) -- It was a record-breaking year in the number of off-campus arrests during school move-in days at St. Cloud State University.
Rochester man killed by falling tree
LANESBORO (AP) -- There was only a crackling sound to warn the nine people on a scenic trail ride that an elm tree more than three stories tall was about to fall on their low-sided wagon. The crash killed one man and injured two others in the freak accident.
New York Mills man charged with 25th DWI
HENNING (AP) -- A New York Mills man arrested outside a bar here was charged with his 25th DWI, Otter Tail County authorities said.
Stoltman takes top cross country honors
WADENA -- Little Falls Flyer Jonathon Stoltman flew through the cross country course at the Wolverine Invitational Tuesday, taking top honors with a time of 16:57 and leading his team to second place.
Warrior swimmers swamp Bemidji
BEMIDJI -- Brainerd swimmer Erica Campbell won the 200-yard individual medley, the 500 freestyle and was a member of the winning 200 free relay as the Warriors beat the Bemidji Lumberjacks 117-69 Tuesday.
Brainerd Warriors volleyball coach Lori Dean will be the speaker at the Brainerd Sports Boosters Club meeting, which begins noon Thursday at the Sharing Bread Soup Kitchen located at 923 Oak St. behind the Triangle Store and Temple Baptist Church.
The regular meeting of the Pillager Huskies Booster Club scheduled for Monday has been changed to 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Pillager Elementary School cafeteria.
Willmar stymies Warriors' racquets
WILLMAR -- The Brainerd Warriors girls tennis team fell to the Willmar Cardinals 7-0 in a Central Lakes Conference meet Tuesday night. The Warriors will try to turn things around Thursday as they meet another conference rival in the St. Cloud Apollo Eagles.
Hakes feasts on competition
Cooking is one of AshLeigh Hakes' hobbies. She doesn't rule out the possibility of becoming a chef as her occupation.
Girls' squad cruises 7-0
WILLMAR -- Jennifer Bielke and Danielle Uphoff registered a pair of hat tricks as they led the Brainerd Warriors girls' soccer team to a 7-0 Central Lakes Conference shutout over the Willmar Cardinals on Tuesday.
CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING
Wolverines de-clawed by Park Rapids
PARK RAPIDS -- Wadena-Deer Creek's No. 1 doubles team of Shelby Paavola and Beth Anderson picked up the Wolverines' lone win as Park Rapids came away with a 6-1 Mid-State Conference tennis victory Tuesday.
Burch makes smooth transition to gridiron
Central Lakes College sophomore Daryl Burch knows the ins and outs of community college athletics.
Warriors face Alexandria without defensive coach
The Brainerd Warriors will play their biggest rival without the No. 1 member of their defensive unit.
Abby Palmer paces Cardinal swimmers
MELROSE -- Staples-Motley swimmer Abby Palmer captured first place in the 100-yard butterfly and helped the 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams take first as the Cardinals finished third at the Melrose triangular Tuesday.
S-M, W-DC confident heading into first of two games
The Staples-Motley Cardinals overcame numerous mistakes to beat a young Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines 20-6 last year in Northern Lakes Conference football.
Warriors survive scare
BAXTER -- The Brainerd Warriors boys' soccer team can breathe a sigh of relief.
Rick Carlisle was hired as the Indiana Pacers' new coach, three years after the former assistant was bypassed in favor of Isiah Thomas.
Arns, Bower guide BHS netters
ST. CLOUD -- Brainerd's Megan Arns led the way for the Warrior volleyball team, recording 13 kills, four blocks and four ace serves in a 22-25, 25-14, 25-13, 25-12 Central Lakes Conference win over the St. Cloud Tech Tigers Tuesday.
Otto has 10 aces to lead Gobblers
Aitkin 18 25 25 26
Orosco makes debut to fans' delight
MINNEAPOLIS -- The fans at the Metrodome were on their feet, the radar gun flashed 88 mph and it sounded as if Jesse Orosco had retired the side clinging to a one-run lead.
Favre, Hovan downplay rivalry
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- When Chris Hovan hung a replica of Brett Favre's green and gold No. 4 jersey in his locker this offseason for inspiration, Favre said Minnesota's star defensive tackle ought to get a life and a wife.
Vikings are banking on a better showing
EDEN PRAIRIE -- Chris Claiborne, a linebacker Minnesota signed to shore up a defense that's lagged near the league's bottom for several seasons, was asked why he chose the Vikings.
Gophers get another Barber
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Wayzata senior Dominique Barber said he committed to the Gophers primarily because he wanted to be with his older brother, Marion III, a sophomore running back.
Twins postseason tix on sale Thursday
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Twins will have a limited number of tickets available on Thursday for potential home playoff games, the team announced.
Lynx enjoy season of firsts
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Aside from Katie Smith being the undisputed leader in Minnesota, everything else changed for the Lynx in 2003.
Twins move into tie for first
MINNEAPOLIS -- The ball was on the way to the plate, the runner was barreling down from third and Bengie Molina stood his ground.
Ryan's HR sparks Twins
MINNEAPOLIS -- Michael Ryan wasn't seeing the ball well in the minors, so he had his eyes checked during the All-Star break and got a significant upgrade to his prescription.
Gophers get $35m pledge for stadium
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The University of Minnesota has a $35 million pledge from an anonymous donor to help build an on-campus football stadium, the Star Tribune reported Thursday.
Wild tickets on sale
ST. PAUL (AP) -- The Minnesota Wild will have a limited number of single-game tickets available on Saturday for the regular season, the team announced.
Moe carries Vikings' running game will rely on Williams
EDEN PRAIRIE -- The competition opened up in the Minnesota Vikings' backfield by Michael Bennett's foot injury didn't initially include Moe Williams, mostly because he does everything well.
Former Twins organist Newman dies
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A moment of silence was held Tuesday night during the Minnesota Twins game for organist Ronnie Newman, who rallied Metrodome crowds for 21 seasons.
Gophers D will be team's key to success
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- When asked how important his defense's performance will be in 2003, Minnesota coach Glen Mason didn't hesitate.
Columnist John Hansen takes a look at VH1's "Top 20 Video Countdown" next Thursday in Tempo.
Minnesota a hotbed for aspiring authors
I don't have any hard statistics to back this up; I only have an "in" basket on my desk spilling over with books by area authors and illustrators. Still, I stand by my latest pet theory. Minnesota is absolutely crawling with authors and book illustrators, be they part time or full time, self-published or under contract.
Legacy Chorale to present 'Autumn in New York'
EAST GULL LAKE -- The Legacy Chorale of Greater Minnesota will present its fall fund-raiser extravaganza, "Autumn in New York: Favorites from Broadway and the Met," at 6 p.m. Sept. 27 at the main lodge of Cragun's Resort on Gull Lake.
For week of Sept. 4-10; bands perform from 9 p.m. to close with no cover unless otherwise noted.
The vocal quartet and trio will perform at 7 p.m. today at Park United Methodist in Brainerd as part of a fund-raiser for a new church organ. Admission is $8 for and $4 for children over 6.
Have laptop, will travel
When Gary Midge and his family go on vacation, they always travel west. And it isn't just because Midge likes the sun behind him when he's driving.
PINE RIVER -- The fifth annual Pine River Quilt Show will run Sept. 12 and 13 at two churches in Pine River.
A wildflower in bloom.
Breanna Thompson and her dad, Earl, visited the preschool classroom at Emily Charter School during the school's open house last Thursday.
Restoring the shore
ON WALL LAKE (AP) -- Four years ago, Jeff and RoxAnne Wachlarowicz planted a slew of seedlings along their shoreline on Wall Lake near Fergus Falls.
State forecast for Minnesota
Today...Partly to mostly cloudy. Breezy and cooler with highs in the lower 60s north to the middle 70s south.
Clouds and sun
Weather drawing by Sarah Robertson of Mrs. Gramer's second grade class at Riverside school.
State forecast for South Dakota
Today...Sunny to partly cloudy. Breezy east. Highs 70 to 80.
State forecast for Minnesota
Today...Patchy morning fog north...Otherwise partly to mostly sunny. Highs from the lower 60s northeast to the upper 70s southwest.
Iowa state forecast
Today...Partly to mostly sunny. Highs in the lower 70s to lower 80s.
Wisconsin state forecast
Today...Partly cloudy. A chance of showers or drizzle far north this afternoon. Highs 60 to 65 far north to near 80 southeast.
State forecast for North Dakota
Today...Sunny. Highs in the mid 70s far northeast to around 90 far west.
State forecast for South Dakota
Today...Patchy fog lower areas northeast early...Otherwise sunny. Highs in the upper 70s to mid 80s east...And upper 80s to lower 90s west.
Wisconsin state forecast
Today...Partly sunny. Highs in the mid 60s to lower 70s.
I like going to school
Weather drawing by Madeline Hill of Mrs. Zauhar's summer school class at Whittier school.
State forecast for North Dakota
Today...Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 60s northeast to near 80 west.
Iowa state forecast
Today...Sunny. Highs in the 70s.
34th annual Legionville Camp-O-Ree Friday through Sunday
The 34th annual Legionville Camp-O-Ree will be Friday through Sunday at the Legionville School Patrol Training Center on North Long Lake near Brainerd.
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