Jesse Oothoudt, a 1997 Little Falls Community High School graduate, returned home to build a business, literally. Quizno's Subs opened in Little Falls on Northeast 16th Street.
Merger involving Nature Vision is complete
Nature Vision, Brainerd, announced its merger with PC Acquisition, Inc., is now complete.
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Noodles help when packing kids for college
Sending a kid off to college? Remember the care packages.
Meets 7 p.m. Wednesday
Contact your legislators
Senate District 12
Bahma, Kathleen C. and Daryl F.
Robert and Laurie (Swift) Treuvey, Brainerd, a girl, Izabella Esme, 7 pounds, 9.3 ounces, July 24, 2004. Grandparents are John Swift, Brainerd, and Carol Swift, Brainerd, and Robert and Pepper Treuvey, Pompton Lakes, N.J., and the late Jaqueline Treuvey.
The Brainerd Fire Department responded to a gas leak at 9:06 p.m. Thursday at Taco Johns restaurant at 9 Washington St. in northeast Brainerd.
Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday
Upcoming Crow Wing County committee meetings
Monday Labor Day, County offices closed
THEFTS Northland Auto, Highway 371, Wednesday reported theft of a vehicle.
Meets 7:30 p.m. Brainerd City Hall
In a story in Thursday's Dispatch from the AP about about germs playing a possible role in sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS, The Associated Press erroneously reported a finding that infections were found to be the cause of death in 10 percent of sudden, unexpected infant deaths, not 10 percent of SIDS victims.
BURGLARY -- Brainerd Homes Inc. Thursday reported a burglary at a home under construction on the 14000 block of Memorywood Drive. Power tools and equipment were stolen from the scene with a value for a variety of power tools listed at $829.
Defendant found incompetent
WALKER -- Cass County District Court Judge David Harrington Aug. 26 found John Gregory Audette, 53, Walker, incompetent to stand trial at this time and placed the case against him dormant.
NISSWA -- Amie Schultz joined broker/owner Patrick Buckley as his personal assistant at the Positive NORTH GMAC office in Nisswa.
Cooking with new colors
Thinking of a kitchen remodeling?
Suitcase solves storage space problems
For many of us, storage space is at a premium, so we're appreciative when smart, innovative products come along, such as the new Space Mate collapsible Pullman suitcase from Atlantic Luggage.
Prefab becomes hip
LOS ANGELES -- Nancy Hanover and Gerardo Reyes had already obtained permits to add a conventional bedroom/retreat to their 1923 bungalow when they happened to read a newspaper article last spring about a cutting-edge prefab called Glidehouse.
Child in need
Fall is just around the corner time for school, raking leaves, bonfires, football games and hunting. If you are an avid hunter and would like to pass your knowledge on to a new generation, we have a couple of young men on our waiting list who would like to meet you.
Good news, bad news Study finds weight loss good on Atkins diet, but side effects after six months
LONDON -- Dieters on the popular high-fat, low-carb Atkins approach lose just as much body fat as those on low-fat diets, but the annoying low-carb side effects could mean problems down the road, according to a scientist who reviewed five dozen diet studies.
A daughter remembers
This was Brainerd
September 3 - 30 years ago (1974) - Supermarket specials: Center cut chuck roast...89 pound; Rib steak...$1.69 pound; Ground beef...69 3 pound package; Folgers coffee...$2.99 3 pound can
FORGET REAGAN HIGHWAY
The Minnesota Taxpayers League's recent suggestion to rename Minnesota's Floyd B. Olson Memorial Highway in honor of President Ronald Reagan has raised the ire of one East Gull Lake woman.
In a Page 5A infobox in Friday's Dispatch about the Red Barn Farm Corn Maze, the directions to the corn maze were omitted.
Kevin Flategraff, the 29-year-old Anderson Brothers Construction employee who was seriously injured after the company dump truck he was driving collided with a train west of Baxter on Wednesday, was updated from critical condition to serious condition Thursday, a St. Cloud Hospital spokeswoman said.
Chutes and Ladders Corn Maze
- The eight-acre Red Barn Farm Corn Maze opens at noon Friday and is open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily through Oct. 31 on Al Jabs' farm in Nokay Lake Township.
COMING SUNDAY IN SPORTS
Highway 371 rivalry
Rep. Jim Oberstar, D-Minn., will visit the Crosby-Ironton School District's senior and junior high school project 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday. He'll be accompanied by Superintendent Linda Lawrie.
Tapio gets 17 years in prison
WALKER -- Jesse Royal Tapio will serve at least 17 years in prison for the Nov. 29, 2002, murder of Darrell "Louie" Bisson in Cass Lake.
12B race draws primary focus
House District 12B, a largely rural legislative district that's home to many Morrison County farmers, boasts a bumper crop of candidates for the Sept. 14 primary.
"Even alongside the most cruel attacks of the past, this terrorist act occupies a special place because it was aimed at children,"
It's corny but a-maze-ing
You've played the classic board game, "Chutes and Ladders," over and over again as a child.
Johnson wants role as steward
Sandy Johnson filed for Baxter City Council Friday ensuring a three-person race for the two spots that will be open.
Some counties have primary races
Primary races for county offices can be found in Aitkin, Cass, Morrison and Todd counties, but none in Crow Wing or Wadena County.
This was Brainerd
100 years ago (1904) - Good houses for sale or rent. 705, S. 5th; 723 S. Broadway; 1301, 1415 and 1607 Pine S.E; 1608 Oak S.E.; and 203 Kinsey N.E. Some new, nearly all have electric lights, all are warm.
Lloyd 'Bear' Griffith
PILLAGER -- Lloyd "Bear" Griffith, age 91, of Pillager, died Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004, at the Staples Care Center.
Marvin L. Garnhardt
REDWOOD FALLS Marvin L. Garnhardt, age 65, of rural Redwood Falls, died on Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2004, at the Redwood Area Hospital. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Sept. 4, 2004, at 10:30 a.m. from the New Avon United Methodist Church, rural Redwood Falls, with burial in the Crestlawn Gardens, rural Redwood Falls. Visitation will be held on Friday from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the Nelson-Martin Funeral Service in Redwood Falls and will continue at the church on Saturday one hour prior to the service.
Ervin S. Hines
PILLAGER -- Ervin S. Hines, age 74, of Pillager, died early Thursday morning at his home in rural Pillager. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Brenny Funeral Chapel in Baxter with Father Seamus Walsh and Chaplin Ricky Abear officiating. Friends may call from 4-7 p.m. Friday at the Brenny Funeral Chapel and for one hour prior to services on Saturday. Interment will be in Wildwood Cemetery at Pillager with military honors provided by the Brainerd American Legion Post No. 255. A lunch will be served at the First Lutheran Church in Pillager following the burial.
Raymond 'Ray' Lundquist
AITKIN -- Raymond "Ray" Ward Lundquist, 72, of Aitkin, formerly of Warba, died at Riverwood Extended Care in Aitkin on Sept. 1, 2004. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Sept. 4, 2004, at 11 a.m. at Willim-St. Onge Family Funeral Home in Aitkin.
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Cynthia L. Mose
PEQUOT LAKES -- Cynthia Lee Mose, age 48, died Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2004, at her parent's residence in Pequot Lakes. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 4, 2004, at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Pequot Lakes. The Rev. Dr. David N. Stevens will officiate. Visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 3, 2004, at Willim-St. Onge (Northland) Family Funeral Home, Pequot Lakes. Burial will follow at Our Savior's Cemetery, Pequot Lakes.
Marjorie J. Anderson
AITKIN -- Marjorie J. Anderson, age 82, of Aitkin, passed from this life to a better one on Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2004, at the Villa Vista Care Center in Cromwell, Minn., following a long illness.
Patrick J. Waddell
PALISADE -- Patrick J. Waddell, age 53, of Palisade, died on Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004.
Charles 'Chip' Russell
CANTON, Ga. -- Charles "Chip" Russell, 54, Canton, Ga., formerly of Brainerd, died Friday, Aug. 6, 2004, after a long fight with cancer at his home in Canton. Chip was born and raised in Brainerd. He attended St. Francis of Assisi grade school, Franklin Jr. High and Washington High School.
FORT RIPLEY -- Wayne Finch, age 65, of Fort Ripley, died Aug. 31, 2004, unexpectedly at his home. Wayne Bernard Finch was born Aug. 8, 1939, in Brainerd to Everett and Katherine (Holsapple) Finch. He attended school in Brainerd. On April 10, 1958, he was united in marriage to Iris Killian. Following their marriage they lived in Mankato for a few years, moving to Thief River Falls where he drove truck for Arctic Cat in the early 1970s. They moved to Fort Ripley in the 1980s. Wayne was a millwright and a member of the Carpenters/Millwright Local Union No. 548. He was a member of the NRA and was an avid hunter, fisherman and liked to snowmobile and ride his four-wheeler.
What's going on in this town? Why aren't there crossing arms at every railroad crossing? Does someone have to die in these accidents that are happening in order for action to be taken? I don't care if these railroad crossings are out in the middle of nowhere, crossing arms should be installed at every railroad crossing.
Voters can choose life or choose death
We hear about how Sen. John Kerry takes both sides of an issue; first for and then against. The abortion issue is no different. He wants us to believe he's pro-life when he says he believes life begins at conception. But that's not the way he votes.
What is George W. supposed to do?
In an orchard there is a long time lag between planting and harvesting and with good luck the harvest will go on for years. The same is true with government policies. In the eight years of President Reagan and the four years of President Bush, the elder, they started a lot of good policies and tax reforms that would produce results in the coming years. Our economy was in good shape, unemployment was low and those who wanted to work prospered. Then came Clinton. He rode this swelling tide of prosperity and his popularity skyrocketed. During this time he implemented policies of his own. He cut our military budget saving our taxpayers billions of dollars. It didn't matter to the euphoric benefactors of his policies that the money that they had been given came at the expense of the service that protects the United States. This lack of military preparedness gave the terrorists the courage to attack us on Sept. 11. On Sept 4, 1993 he signed NAFTA into law. Ross Perot asked at that time " do you hear that giant sucking sound? It is our jobs going south". The Clinton administration raised taxes on employers; it didn't matter that a lot of businesses went south to take advantage of these new opportunities. Now the liberals are blaming President Bush for the loss of jobs.
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OUR OPINION: FLAG BURNING
The Brainerd-Baxter area is known for its huge Fourth of July celebration with spectacular fireworks and a crowd-pleasing parade. It's an attraction that draws holiday visitors from all over the state. Yet one of the most moving moments of the parade is a quiet moment.
Zell Miller's day in the sun
Georgia's Zell Miller is a former governor filling out the U.S. Senate term of the late Paul Coverdell, who died in 2000. As far as power goes in the Senate, especially for a minority Democrat, that is the equivalent of being a fraternity pledge. Or a summer intern. And Miller, at 72, isn't planning to run again. But by deciding he's a Republican at heart, and putting that heart at the service of President Bush, Miller got to be a national star for a night.
Sept. 4 -- Early Canada goose hunting opens
As we round the corner from summer to fall, hunting is preeminent on the outdoors sporting calendar. The orderly progression of the big- and small-game seasons finds each hunter going afield at a different time.
Legendary guide Bob Propst, Sr. contemplates life after retirement
At age 65, life-long walleye guide and legendary angler Bob Propst Sr. is starting to think about retirement. But while others retire to go fishing, Propst is left in a quandary.
An insight into healthy rivers
A new CD-ROM allows users to explore the complexity and diversity of Minnesota's river systems.
Bright berries of bunchberry now showing in woods or wetlands near you
A member of the dogwood family, bunchberry is an understory plant of the boreal forest and aspen parkland. Look for it in moist soils, often in deep shaded woods, along streams and around swamps.
CRP signup underway with goal of securing 39 million acres
Beginning Sept. 30, interested farmers and landowners could enroll their lands in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Conservation Reserve Program. The sign-up period runs through Sept. 24.
The DNR's 20-year plan to return lake sturgeon to the Red River watershed took another step forward Sept. 2 when 7,500 sturgeon fingerlings were stocked at two different locations. It was the fourth release since 1998.
Fishing Hall of Fame inducts Baumann, Zernov
The Minnesota Fishing Hall of Fame has two new members in its new home at Reed's Sporting Goods.
How close is too close when you're on the lake fishing?
I've never been too big on fishing near other anglers, and I've never been big on other anglers fishing on top of me either. I've become a little more tolerable over the years, but crowding on the water still really annoys me. Sure, I realize that nobody owns the lakes, but there are a few unwritten rules that should be followed.
Ron Gazvoda, Lakewood, Colo., weighed 10 fish at 56 pounds to win the Professional Walleye Trail Outdoor Channel Pro-Am Aug. 28 on Lake Michigan's Bay de Noc, the final regular season tournament of the year.
Carmen Continenza and Ed Damrau were married July 24, 2004, at Assembly of God Church in Brainerd with Pastor Mark Boone officiating.
Kim Miller and Robert Liebeg were married Aug. 20, 2004, in Key Largo, Fla.
Brenda Kirchner and Kevin Schmidt announce their engagement. Parents are Gary and Rose Marie Kirchner, Sauk Rapids, and Kenton and Mary Ann Schmidt, Manitowoc, Wis. A Nov. 20 wedding is planned in Sauk Rapids.
Volunteers of the month
Brainerd Christian Women's Club thanks all area businesses as well as the people who made our annual August auction a huge success. Thanks for the incredible items donated for auction and of course the meal put on by Grand View Lodge.
Tana G. Thomton and Chad E. Spaulding were married Aug. 30, 2003, at the home of the bride's uncle, Grant Johnson, in Mound with the Rev. Ron Gullman officiating.
Roland "Doc" Kehr recently celebrated his 60th birthday with his wife, Pat, and friends. He was born Sept. 4, 1944.
Roland and Pat Kehr, Brainerd, will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary. They were married Sept. 6, 1969.
Five generations recently gathered were Madyson Lick, daughter; David Lick, father; Deb Lick, grandmother; and Eileen Williams, great-grandmother, all of Brainerd; and the late Ann Austin, great-great-grandmother.
Tiffany Kirsch and Cal Henningson were married July 17, 2004, at St. Peter's Church in Utica, N.Y.
Harold and Kathleen Lachelt, Brainerd, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with their four children and their spouses and 11 grandchildren. They were married Sept. 4, 1954, in Minneapolis.
Bruce and Shelley Eide, Brainerd, recently celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary. They were married Aug. 31, 1974, in Brainerd.
Sara Hellendrung and Jason Hanson were married Dec. 19, 2003, at St. Andrew's Church in Fairfax with Father Ron Huberty officiating.
Chuck and Colleen Hanson, Pillager, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married July 24, 1954, in Brainerd.
Jim and Sue (Hobson) Knudsen will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Wednesday. They were married Sept. 8, 1979, in Brainerd.
Shanda Joy Vrudny and 2nd Lt. Jason A. Pfeifer announce their engagement. Parents are Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Vrudny, Alpine, Texas, and Ms. Sharon Pfeifer, Bloomington, and Mr. Gary Pfeifer, Crystal. The bride's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vrudny, Brainerd, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mudford. A May 2005 wedding is being planned in Alpine.
'One nation under God'
Recently, there has been debate and discussion over the wording in our Pledge of Allegiance in the United States.
Parishioners to share their artistic sides at First Congregational
At most churches, the fellowship hall is a place people gather after church to chat and have coffee. Normally, that's the case at First Congregational Church in Brainerd, too.
Next month Lakes Area Habitat for Humanity will pass the milestone of the 50th Habitat house built in Crow Wing and Cass counties.
Warrior girls, Beaman win meet
With three runners having graduated, and two others sidelined with injuries, Brainerd Warrior girls' cross country coach Dave Herath didn't know what to expect in the season-opening Run for Your Melon at Northland Arboretum.
Pierz drops opener
ANNANDALE -- The Annandale Cardinals rushed for 278 yards and posted a 35-12 non-conference football victory over the Pierz Pioneers Friday.
BHS' Elg off to fast start
In one meet, Brainerd Warriors junior swimmer Brianna Elg has her coaches thinking what might be this season.
Upcoming sporting events
Smiley 20th at Senior MGA
R.J. Smiley of Mille Lacs Golf Resort in Garrison shot a final-round 79 for a three-round total 231 and a 20th-place finish in the Minnesota Golf Association Senior Amateur Championship Wednesday at Mankato Golf Club.
Willmar sweeps BHS
WILLMAR -- Chelsey Weiss had 16 set assists and five digs for the Brainerd Warriors in a 25-10, 25-15, 25-13 loss to the Willmar Cardinals in Central Lakes Conference volleyball action Thursday.
Litchfield edges S-M
LITCHFIELD -- Andy Mertens scored on a pair of touchdowns from three yards out for the Staples-Motley Cardinals in a 26-21 non-conference football loss to the Litchfield Dragons Thursday.
Woodard poised to fill Grunewald's shoes
One of the challenges facing the Brainerd Warrior boys' cross country team this season is how to replace probably the top runner in program history.
Sobieski falls to Wolf Lake
BELLE PLAINE -- The Sobieski Skis scored four runs in the first inning but committed three errors and lost to Wolf Lake 8-4 in the Class C State amateur baseball winners' bracket Friday.
Palmer wins twice for Cardinals
STAPLES -- Anne Palmer won the 50- and 100-yard freestyles Thursday to lead Staples-Motley to third place in its swimming and diving invitational.
Upcoming sporting events
Warrior sophomores win
The Brainerd Warrior sophomore football team opened its season Thursday with a 50-0 win against the Little Falls Flyers.
Northwoods League back in Brainerd
The failure of three previous wood-bat baseball ventures in Brainerd hasn't discouraged the Northwoods League.
Belanger, BHS tie Cards
WILLMAR -- Jake Belanger scored his second goal in the final minute of regulation to send the game into overtime and the Brainerd Warriors salvaged a 2-2 tie with Willmar in Central Lakes Conference boys' soccer Thursday.
Prince credits Warrior front for stellar opener
BEMIDJI -- In 2003, Brady Prince was the Brainerd Warriors leading rusher with 657 yards.
Meschke, PL overpower Pierz
PIERZ -- Val Meschke won in straight sets at No. 1 singles to lead the Pequot Lakes Patriots past the Pierz Pioneers 6-1 in non-conference tennis Thursday.
Warriors win two doubles matches but lose meet
ST. CLOUD -- The doubles teams of Carolyn Despot-Jessica Lofrano and Ariel Aakhus-Natalie Reponen won as the Brainerd Warriors fell to the St. Cloud Apollo Eagles 5-2 in Central Lakes Conference tennis Thursday.
Brainerd blasts past Bemidji
BEMIDJI -- Three total yards and no first downs.
Tech tops Little Falls
BELLE PRAIRIE -- Little Falls Flyers Eric Bell and Chad Kofoed hooked up twice in Thursday's 4-2 loss to the St. Cloud Tech Tigers in boys' soccer as Bell scored two goals off assists from Kofoed.
A Brainerd Youth Athletic Association football meeting for players and parents and final registration and equipment handout is set for 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Mississippi Horizons cafeteria.
Cardinals soar past Patriots
STAPLES -- Val Meschke's marathon victory over Jacque Peterson at No. 1 singles wasn't enough to lift the Pequot Lakes Patriots past the unbeaten Staples-Motley Cardinals girls' tennis team Friday.
Beilke, BHS pound Cards
Brainerd Warrior girls' head soccer coach Steve Kimble made a comparison of senior Jenny Beilke to that of a Mia Hamm as being a "game changer" on a field.
St. Cloud Tech grounds Flyers
ST. CLOUD -- The Little Falls Flyers girls' soccer team led 3-1 at halftime due to Andrea Ploof's two but the St. Cloud Tech Tigers came roaring back to score seven unanswered goals to win 8-3 in a Central Lakes Conference game Thursday.
Northern Investments increases lead
Unlike the stock market Northern Investment Services saw a significant increase in its lead in the men's golf league at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's Thursday.
Pirates roll as Johnson hits Bramer for three scores
VERNDALE -- The Minnesota Vikings' Culpepper to Moss connection has fantasy leaguer's drooling, but in Verndale it was Johnson to Bramer that had the Pirates faithful cheering Friday.
Pats win in five sets
DEER RIVER -- Led by Flecia Foster's 11 kills and Selby Moe's 31 set assists, the Pequot Lakes Patriots volleyball team made a dramatic comeback to defeat Deer River 25-13, 23-25, 23-25, 25-23, 15-6 in non-conference play Thursday.
Durham makes the most of his time for Patriots
PEQUOT LAKES -- Kris Durham waited.
JV girls' soccer team defeats Willmar
The Brainerd junior varsity girls' soccer team defeated Willmar 15-0 Thursday.
Rangers stump Gobblers
CROSBY -- It's a 10-inch high, stained wooden stump and for one more year it's in the possession of the Crosby-Ironton Rangers football team.
Hornets win 12th state title
The Hornets of Brainerd captured their 12th state championship by winning the women's Class D tournament Aug. 13-15 at Park Rapids. They qualified for the national tournament Sept. 23-26 at Lawton, Okla.
Green Wave grounds Flyers
LITTLE FALLS -- Josh Flavin scored on a 21-yard pass from Jake Kluever late in the third quarter as the Little Falls Flyers fell to the East Grand Forks Green Wave 41-8 in the football opener for both teams Friday.
Raiders sweep NDSCS
Wahpeton, N.D. Jillian Makis nine kills led the Central Lakes Raiders past North Dakota State College of Science 30-23, 30-27, 30-20 in non-conference volleyball Thursday.
Favorite Vacation Photo
Allison Potvin, Megan Hamdorf, Natalie Potvin and Jenni Badeaux stopped for a photo in front of what Hamdorf says captures the essence of Italy -- the Tower of Pisa -- during Brainerd High School's A Cappella Choir trip in April.
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Rain in the South, West and Midwest; dry in the Northeast
Rain fell in parts of the South, West and Midwest early Friday, while the Northeast remained dry.
Mobile-home evacuation is a must in hurricanes
SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Mack Arnsdorff has survived a lightning strike, a sandstorm and a car crash that pulverized his right femur.
State forecast for Minnesota
Today...Increasing clouds with a chance of showers and
The water's fine
Weather drawilng by Erica Swenson in the Baxter third grade of Mrs. Brenny.
State forecast for Minnesota
.Today...Partly cloudy northwest. Mostly sunny elsewhere. Warm and
State forecast for Iowa
This afternoon...Sunny to partly sunny. Highs in the 80s.
State forecast for N.D.
Today...Partly to mostly sunny west. Considerable cloudiness with
State forecast for S.D.
Today...Mostly cloudy with scattered showers west. Scattered showers and thunderstorms central...Spreading to most of the east by the end of the day...Otherwise partly cloudy east. Highs in the 60s west to the 80s east.
State forecast for Iowa
.Today...Mostly sunny. Highs in the 80s.
State forecast for South Dakota
Today...Mostly cloudy west with a chance of thunderstorms. Partly to mostly sunny and breezy east. Highs in the lower 60s northwest to the lower 90s southcentral.
August weather arrives late
Weather drawing by Grace Gilbertson in the Baxter third grade of Mrs. Brenny.
State forecast for North Dakota
.Today...A chance of showers and thunderstorms west and central.
Wisconsin state forecast
Today...Partly cloudy. Highs in the lower to mid 80s...Cooler near lake michigan and superior.
Wisconsin state forecast
Dense fog advisory early this morning east central...Southeast... And parts of northeast wisconsin...
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Due to Labor Day, the Brainerd American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 255 will meet 7 p.m. Tuesday at the American Legion, 708 Front Street, Brainerd. The Finance Committee will meet prior to the meeting at 6 p.m. and the Executive Committee will meet at 6:30 p.m.
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