Tiffany Femling, the daughter of Bruce and Carol Femling of Baxter, graduated from the University of Minnesota-Duluth. Femling majored in communications and minored in professional writing and media art. She is employed with Colle and McVoy Communications, an advertising agency in Bloomington.
Additional teachers hired
The Brainerd School Board hired another set of teachers Monday for the 2002-03 school year.
Brainerd enrollment shows drop of 24
Enrollment in the Brainerd School District dropped by 24 students since the first day of school.
SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) (USDA) -- Monday cattle estimate: 300. Last Monday: Holiday. Year ago Monday: 334. Friday actual: 421.
MINNEAPOLI(AP) -- Wheat receipts Monday 463, a year ago 304.
The Brainerd Fire Department responded Monday to a gas line cut in the Willows Addition in southeast Brainerd.
PEQUOT LAKES -- One person was arrested for stabbing another person at an apartment building Saturday in Pequot Lakes.
CASS LAKE -- The 62-year-old man who died of an apparent drowning Thursday in Cass Lake has been identified as Howard William Canine of Urbandale, Iowa.
One person was injured Monday in a two-vehicle collision on Highway 371, 5 miles north of Baxter.
Meets 6 p.m. today
The Brainerd Fire Department Sunday responded to a small fire at East Brainerd Mall.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Spot nonferrous metal prices Monday.
BHS students realize they witnessed history Sept. 11
They watched the horrific images of Sept. 11 replayed over and over again throughout the school day on their classroom televisions at Brainerd High School, waited in long lines at the gas pumps later that night and worried about whether the nation was going to war.
Native of N.Y. says people there are friendlier now
A year after Sept. 11 Judy Bryngelson, who has a summer cabin on Ten Mile Lake, said she still will be frightened to return to New York City like she was last October. She said it is a fear of the unknown.
This was Brainerd
SEPTEMBER 10 - 20 years ago (1982) - Brainerd voters will be asked to give answers to the question whether a half-mill levy should be approved to help pay the costs of running a senior citizen's center in the old fire hall.
DNR begins Aitkin area deer kill
AITKIN -- DNR conservation officers shot 10 deer Monday night and Tuesday morning in an effort to learn if chronic wasting disease has spread from an area elk farm to the wild deer population.
Mailboxes damaged by explosives
LONG PRAIRIE -- Explosive devices were detonated in two residential mailboxes Thursday in Fawn Lake Township in Todd County, near Philbrook.
May Fort voted in the primary election this morning at the Agape Christian Center. The church is serving as a voting precinct for people who lived in a portion of Unorgainzed Territory. The new polling place is known as White precinct.
This was Brainerd
SEPTEMBER 9 - 40 years ago (1962) - The new paper coating process being inaugurated at Northwest Paper Co. should be in operation by late fall 1963.
Primary polls open until 8 p.m.
Voters have until 8 p.m. today to cast ballots in the 2002 primary.
SEPT. 11: DO YOU REMEMBER WHERE YOU WERE?
Arthur and Marilyn Prose of Crosslake were enjoying meadows full of wildflowers, crystal clear rivers and jade green lakes at Banff/Lake Louise in Canada -- when it happened.
Three more file in Brainerd
Three more people have entered the races for Brainerd public offices.
Three arrested on drug-related charges
BAXTER -- Three people were arrested on drug charges Thursday after attempting to shoplift several packages of a cold medicine commonly used to manufacture methamphetamine.
Olson resigns as consultant to Scheeler
Brainerd City Council member Bob Olson has resigned as a consultant to fellow council member Gary Scheeler's rental business.
Rainbow of classic cars
Classic cars offered a rainbow of colors at the Little Falls Auto Show and Swap meet Sunday at the Little Falls Airport. More than 500 cars were displayed at the show.
Bond referendum set for Crosby-Ironton in December
CROSBY -- Residents in the Crosby-Ironton School District will be voting on a proposed $20 million building bond Dec. 17.
Five Brainerd Warrior athletic teams and 20 area teams are in action tonight because of Tuesday's primary election. Find all the results in Tuesday's sports section.
No comment on John Sausen
Nisswa City Prosecutor Matt Mallie said today he could not comment on charges that may be filed against John Sausen, Crow Wing assistant county attorney. But Mallie said he may have an announcement in about a week's time.
In a Sept. 11 story on Page 6A in Monday's edition, the photograph of Linda Schilling was misidentified. The person was Christy Smith.
Area graduates now in New York say lives have changed
Every morning while riding the ferry to his new job across the river into New Jersey, Simon Puleo, a 1990 Pine River-Backus High School graduate, passes by ground zero.
More than 100 kinds of birds fall to West Nile virus
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The West Nile virus, first spotted in this country in a sick crow three years ago, has now attacked at least 111 species of birds, including the bald eagle and the endangered Mississippi sandhill crane.
Slovenian claims victory in river swim
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- A Slovenian marathon swimmer has claimed victory in his effort at a record 2,500 mile swim -- the entire length of the Mississippi River.
Unusual Utah tornado causes $1 million in damage; no one injured
MANTI, Utah (AP) -- An unusual Utah tornado wrecked homes and broke power lines, causing an estimated $1 million damage. No injuries were reported.
Two Miss North Carolinas -- and 50 others -- arrive in Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- After all the fuss over topless photos of one Miss North Carolina, it was the other North Carolina beauty queen who showed the most skin as the contestants gathered here.
FBI warns police, power companies, transportation agencies of possible threats
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The FBI is warning local police, electrical companies and transportation agencies that it has received a steady stream of threats that mention New York and Washington in relation to the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Violent crime rate continues steep decline
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The nation saw violent crimes except murder fall by 9 percent last year, marking the lowest level since the government began surveying victims in 1973.
Change may be in store for coins
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The maker of the nation's coins is looking for some change.
State of alert in U.S. heightened
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Fearful of new terror attacks but armed with little specific information, the United States has adopted "a higher sense of guard" in the run-up to the Sept. 11 anniversary, the White House said Tuesday.
Troops wonder if America has become oblivious
SOMEWHERE OVER TEXAS (AP) -- Alabama Air National Guard Master Sgt. Steve Hay is fighting the war on terror lying on his stomach more than four miles above Texas.
Court uphold grandparents' visitation rights
BOSTON (AP) -- Grandparents have the right to see their grandkids over a parent's objection -- as long as they can prove denying visitation would be harmful, the state's high court has ruled.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate defied President Bush on Tuesday and voted overwhelmingly to provide nearly $6 billion in aid for farmers and ranchers staggered by the drought, despite administration arguments that the proposal would cost too much.
Contest set to pick designer of memorial for Pentagon attack victims
Nearly 2,500 individuals or groups have registered their intent to take part in an international competition to design an outdoor memorial honoring victims of the Sept. 11 attack at the Pentagon.
Terror alert level raised
WASHINGTON (AP) -- On the eve of the Sept. 11 anniversary, the Bush administration decided Tuesday to raise the terror alert level for the first time to code orange, signaling a high danger of attack, a government official told The Associated Press.
Bush officials: Time is short to act against Iraq
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Bush administration officials, trying to build a case for action against Iraq, are warning that the world can't afford to wait to see whether Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction.
Police: Cocaine found on Jeb Bush's daughter at rehab center
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Gov. Jeb Bush's 25-year-old daughter was found with cocaine at a rehabilitation center, police said Tuesday. If confirmed, it would be her second lapse since entering court-ordered drug treatment.
Artist's work for Sept. 11 victims, survivors displayed
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- A 5-mile ribbon of red, white and blue flapped in the morning breeze beneath the Golden Gate Bridge as some 2,000 volunteers formed a human chain along the coast to remember those who died a year ago in the terrorist attacks.
Providence diocese agrees to pay $13.5 million in sex-abuse cases; victims applaud apology
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- The Providence Roman Catholic diocese will pay $13.5 million to close dozens of sex-abuse claims against clergy -- and victims welcomed an apology issued with the settlement.
Milwaukee restaurants serve irradated meat
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Two area restaurants have begun serving irradiated ground beef in their hamburgers so customers can order their burger medium rare without worrying about food-borne illnesses.
HAT'S OFF for RUDD'S DUD
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Dwayne Rudd's orange helmet rolled. His head won't.
National sports briefs
DETROIT (AP) -- Chris Webber was indicted on charges he lied to a grand jury about his dealings with a University of Michigan booster who admits lending the NBA star $280,000 while he was still an amateur.
Monte Carlo 400
At Champaign, Ill.
On Sept. 10, 2001, life bordered on carefree
One year ago Tuesday, we could run through airports like O.J. without being tackled.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Top-ranked Miami exposed all of Florida's weaknesses.
Patriots dominate Steelers
FOXBORO, Mass. -- They opened a new stadium, settled an old score and proved to the nation that the NFL balance of power hasn't shifted much in the last seven months.
NEW YORK -- They played past twilight. Not theirs; New York's.
MARKHAM, Ontario (AP) -- A stunning collapse by Neal Lancaster produced an equally surprising winner in the Canadian Open.
Oct. 15 -- Trading deadline
Texans win; three OT games highlight wild opening weekend
Whew! What a way to start the NFL season.
Serena ends sister's U.S. Open reign
NEW YORK -- The special love shared between sisters was shelved at center court Saturday night.
Dawn M. Hall
BAXTER -- Dawn M. Hall, 52, Baxter, died today, Sept. 10, 2002, at home.
Alden L. Ranwick
WALKER -- Alden L. Ranwick, 86, Walker, died Saturday, Sept. 7, 2002, at Woodrest Health Care Center in Walker.
Joseph H. Stibal
BACKUS -- Joseph H. Stibal, 76, Backus, died Saturday, Sept. 7, 2002, at Bethany Good Samaritan Village in Brainerd.
Lauretta 'Laurie' Breitling
Lauretta "Laurie" Breitling, 84, Brainerd, died Monday, Sept. 9, 2002, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
Ruth L. Swenson
MOOSE LAKE -- Ruth Lucille Swenson, 92, Moose Lake, formerly of Aitkin and Brainerd, died Monday, Sept. 2, 2002.
Darwin E. Bonnett
LITTLE FALLS -- Darwin E. Bonnett, 68, Little Falls, died today, Sept. 10, 2002, at St. Gabriel's Hospital in Little Falls.
Anton Marks Sr.
CROSSLAKE -- Anton Marks Sr., 91, Crosslake, died Aug. 31, 2002, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
CROSSLAKE -- Robert Zilge, 73, Crosslake, died Saturday, Sept. 7, 2002, at home.
ELMDALE -- Elsie Nelson, 82, Elmdale, died Thursday, Sept. 5, 2002, at home.
BACKUS -- Gerald Eveland, 81, Backus, died Monday, Sept. 9, 2002, at Cokato Manor.
CROSSLAKE -- Robert Zilge, 73, Crosslake, died Saturday, Sept. 7, 2002, at home.
Richard B. Mitchell
Richard B. Mitchell, 69, Brainerd, died Friday, Sept. 6, 2002, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
PEQUOT LAKES -- Florence Nachbar, 76, Pequot Lakes, died today, Sept. 10, 2002, at home.
Eldon P. Huff
IRONTON -- Eldon P. Huff, 68, Ironton, died Sunday, Sept. 8, 2002, at Cuyuna Regional Medical Center in Crosby.
PINE RIVER -- Gordon Seastrom, 83, Pine River, died Monday, Sept. 9, 2002, at home.
Joseph H. Stibal
BACKUS -- Joseph Henry Stibal, 76, Backus, died Saturday, Sept. 7, 2002, at Bethany Good Samaritan Village.
Baxter should reconsider TV decision
The Gordon Rosenmeier Center for State and Local Government would like to express its disappointment in the Baxter City Council's decision not to televise its public meetings.
Gender warriors fight wrong battle
Ten years ago we were reading that girls were being shortchanged in grades K through 12. Then we were told, no, it's boys who are in real trouble.
And when Tuesday's primary is conducted -- just one day before this momentous anniversary -- less than half of Crow Wing County's eligible voters will go to the polls. Crow Wing County Auditor Roy Luukkonen e
Many of you never could understand the bullies that you have known, and neither could they. Those of you that did understand could see how they rationalized that they were only defending themselves and their honor. Never mind that honor when pride and revenge are included are the blinders that allow only for battle.
Lessons from Dad
WASHINGTON -- Advice from the first President Bush to the second on confronting Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein: "Sometimes in life you have to act as you think best -- you can't compromise, you can't give in, even if your critics are loud and numerous."
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A quandary in advertising
This editorial appeared in Monday's Los Angeles Times:
New DUI law
Keeping drunken drivers off the road is in everyone's best interests and a new state law seems to be taking the right approach on the problem.
The stadium issue
This editorial was printed in the Sept. 2 St. Cloud Times.
Ray Holmes will celebrate his 80th birthday with an open house from 2-6 p.m. Saturday at his home. No gifts please. Call 764-2653 for more information.
Taconite goes to the races at BIR
Taconite tailings from the Iron Range could help drag racers set new speed records at Brainerd International Raceway next year.
Kenseth rallies to win Monte Carlo 400
RICHMOND, Va. -- Matt Kenseth twice struggled to get back on the lead lap after early problems with flat tires.
Ventura asks for apology from Bush administration
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Gov. Jesse Ventura, who has boasted of his experiences at a Nevada brothel, is asking for an apology from the Bush Administration over comments suggesting members of his planned Cuba trade mission might hire prostitutes.
Greenwood drops out of election
GRAND MARAIS (AP) -- Former savings-and-loan executive Harold Greenwood Jr. has dropped out of the race for mayor of Grand Marais because of renewed publicity about his convictions for bank and securities fraud.
Possible tornado hits Albertville
ALBERTVILLE (AP) -- An Albertville couple narrowly escaped injury early Tuesday when high winds -- possibly a tornado -- tore the roof off their house.
Venturas to lead state's Sept. 11 ceremony
Gov. Jesse Ventura and First Lady Terry Ventura will lead a state memorial ceremony at the State Capitol Wednesday to commemorate the tragic events of Sept. 11.
Penny distancing himself from work at Cato Institute
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Independence Party gubernatorial candidate Tim Penny tried to distance himself from the positions of the libertarian Cato Institute, where he once worked.
Tuesday's primary will narrow list of candidates in several state races
ST. PAUL -- Tuesday's primary won't have the famous names of Humphrey, Freeman and Mondale as did the one four years ago. And it won't feature the ka-ching of 2000, when Mark Dayton poured his personal fortune into an ad blitz.
BATTLE LAKE (AP) -- Otter Tail County deputies and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officers were searching West Battle Lake for a missing boater Monday.
Aitkin, Pine River-Backus triumph
RUSH CITY -- Sam Esary of Aitkin provided the heroics Friday night by catching what turned out to be the game-winning touchdown pass and intercepted a pass in the end zone to seal a 6-0 win over Rush City in overtime in Great River Conference football.
CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING
Raider golfers first at Pebble Lake
FERGUS FALLS -- Justin Heitkamp won for the fourth meet in a row and Jenna Larson broke Melanie Wilson's streak of medalist honors as both Central Lakes College golf teams won for the fourth time at Pebble Lake Golf Club Monday.
Warrior girls blank Fergus
Baxter -- Brainerd's stifling defense proved too much for Fergus Falls as the Warriors defeated the Otters 2-0 in non-conference girls' soccer Saturday.
Swimmers, divers take second
BEMIDJI -- Katie Diiro picked up the only individual victory for the Brainerd Warriors girls' swimming and diving team which finished second at the Bemidji Invitational Saturday.
Northland rallies to beat Raiders
For most of three quarters, it appeared the Central Lakes College Raiders football team might get the monkey off its back and chalk up a victory.
Warriors, Flyers wind up in 3-3 deadlock
It was a game both the Brainerd Warriors and Little Falls Flyers needed, but neither got.
Willmar tennis team beats Little Falls
WILLMAR -- The Willmar Cardinals tennis team improved to 5-0 as it defeated the Little Falls Flyers 5-2 in Central Lakes Conference play Monday.
JV girls' soccer team defeats Fergus
BAXTER -- The Brainerd junior varsity girls' soccer team defeated Fergus Falls 5-1 Saturday to raise its record to 6-0.
Brainerd girls, Grunewald run away with Long Prairie meet
LONG PRAIRIE -- Brainerd's girls' team and the Warriors' Justin Grunewald remained unbeaten in three races after winning the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle meet Monday.
Cardinal swimmers, divers fourth
BIG LAKE -- The Staples-Motley/Wadena-Deer Creek/Verndale swimming and diving 200 individual medley finished fourth at the Big Lake Relays Saturday.
Using his head
Brainerd midfielder/forward John Benson (7) made a header past Chad Kofoed of the Little Falls in their game Monday.
CLC volleyball team splits
After drawing their coach's wrath, and stumbling against Rainy River earlier in the day, the Central Lakes College Raiders volleyball team pummeled the College of St. Benedict Blazers junior varsity 30-15, 30-13, 30-19 later Saturday.
Warrior tennis team fourth
The No. 1 doubles team of Katie Watland-Lyndsey Travica won three of four matches to lead the Brainerd Warriors in the Camp Lake Hubert girls' tennis invitational Saturday.
Maple Grove wins Pequot tournament
PEQUOT LAKES -- Maple Grove raced past the competition to win the Pequot Lakes volleyball tournament Saturday.
S-M girls run to title
STAPLES-MOTLEY -- The Staples-Motley Cardinals girls' cross country team recorded four top 10 and six top 20 finishes to win the S-M Invitational Saturday.
Warriors salvage doubles wins
Two doubles victories provided the highlights for the Brainerd Warriors in a 5-2 Central Lakes Conference tennis loss to the St. Cloud Apollo Eagles Monday.
Meschkes lead Pequot net team
PINE CITY -- Ashley and Valerie Meschke of Pequot Lakes soared past the competition in the Pine City 10-team individual tennis tournament Saturday.
Local sports shorts
SWARTHMORE, Pa. -- The Swarthmore College Garnet volleyball team defeated Rosemont 30-13, 30-20, 30-13 in its season opening match Sept. 2.
Beaman, Radinovich pace Pequot Lakes meet
BREEZY POINT -- Kim Beaman and Joe Radinovich of Crosby-Ironton each ran to first-place finishes at the Pequot Lakes Invitational on Monday.
Brainerd girls shut out Little Falls
BELLE PRAIRIE -- Brainerd Warrior Breanna Olson scored three goals and provided an assist while Danielle Uphoff scored two goals and had an assist in a 7-0 win victory over the Little Falls Flyers Monday.
PR-B rallies to defeat C-I
PINE RIVER -- Despite losing the first two games 12-15, 6-15, the Pine River-Backus Tigers rallied to edge the Crosby-Ironton Rangers 16-14, 15-6, 15-1 in Mid-State Conference volleyball Monday.
Volleyball bounces Brainerd's way
When the Brainerd Warriors volleyball team met St. Cloud Tech last week it was dominated at the net by the Tigers' towering size.
Reed looks sharp
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Twins needed a game like this, and yet again turned to Rick Reed.
Chicago safety makes Vikings sick
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) -- Mike Brown needed intravenous fluids twice as the scorching heat left him nauseous, lightheaded and gasping for air.
A's Zito becomes AL's first 20-game winner
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- One streak ends, another begins.
Gophers land verbal commitment from recruit
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A high school senior from San Leandro, Calif., has verbally committed to becoming a Gopher, becoming the first member of Minnesota's 2003 recruiting class.
Grieving Gophers rout Ragin' Cajuns
LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) -- The death of Minnesota Gopher Brandon Hall brought both distraction and motivation to his teammates in Minnesota's 35-11 victory over Sun Belt Conference foe Louisiana Lafayette.
Minnesota state forecast
Today...A chance of showers and thunderstorms all but far southeast. Highs from the lower 70s north to the middle 80s south. Tonight...Partly cloudy north. A good chanc
Weather drawing by Amanda Randall in the Lowell School first-grade class of Sharon Jendro.
State forecast for North Dakota
This afternoon...Mainly sunny statewide. Highs 70 to 80.
State forecast for South Dakota
Today...Decreasing clouds extreme southeast early otherwise mostly sunny. Highs in the 70s.
Iowa state forecast
Today...Partly to mostly cloudy. Isolated morning showers west and central. A chance of showers and thunderstorms east. Highs in the lower 70s to lower 80s.
Wisconsin state forecast
Today...Scattered showers and thunderstorms ending this morning...Then partly sunny...Breezy and cooler far north and northwest. A chance of showers and thunderstorms elsewhere. Highs from the upper 60s far north to the mid 80s southeast.
Minnesota state forecast
Today...Scattered showers ending in the east this morning. Partial clearing statewide by afternoon highs in the 70s. Tuesday night...Mostly clear. Lows from the 40s north to middle 50s south.
A few leaves fall
Weather drawing by Crystal Ranney of Mrs. Wilcox's kindergarten class at Lowell school.
State forecast for North Dakota
Today...Cloudy with light rain south. Scattered showers east. Becoming partly sunny west and central this afternoon. Highs in the 70s.
Iowa state forecast
Today...Partly to mostly sunny. A chance of showers and thunderstorms far northwest this afternoon. Highs in the mid 80s to lower 90s.
Wisconsin state forecast
Today...Partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of showers or thunderstorms northwest and north. Highs in the upper 70s northwest to around 90 south.
State forecast for South Dakota
Flood watch for the northern black hills of lawrence county until 9 am mdt...
START, La. (AP) -- Tim McGraw came home, and about 40,000 fans showed up to greet him.
Names and faces
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) -- Pop star Lance Bass' dreams of going into space have officially gone "pop!"
BACKUS -- Bi-County CAP Inc. is seeking licensed contractors and lead licensed contractors to perform housing rehabilitation in the city of Backus.
Turkish police arrest man for sending threatening e-mails to Bush
ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) -- Turkish police arrested a man for sending threatening e-mails to President Bush and other top U.S. officials that warned they would "choke in flames," reports said Wednesday.
At least 50 killed in train derailment
PATNA, India (AP) -- An express train on its way from Calcutta to New Delhi jumped the tracks, sending one of the cars plunging 300 feet into a river, and leaving two others dangling from a bridge, officials said Tuesday. At least 50 people died and nearly 180 others were injured.
More than 400 al-Qaida suspects rounded up in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) -- Pakistani security forces have arrested 402 suspected al-Qaida members during months of raids on hide-outs and heightened security along Pakistan's border with Afghanistan, officials said Tuesday.
Austrian chancellor calls for new elections
VIENNA, Austria (AP) -- Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel called Monday for early elections to end a government crisis triggered by the resignation of four key leaders of the rightist Freedom Party, the junior partner in his coalition.
Three U.S. embassies close in Southeast Asia
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) -- Terror tremors rippled across Asia a day before the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, prompting the closure of three U.S. Embassies, a security lock-down in the Philippines and a brief powder scare in New Zealand.
Chirac lays out scenario that could lead to using force against Iraq
PARIS (AP) -- French President Jacques Chirac has laid out a scenario for a three-week deadline that could open the way to using force against Iraq, joining a growing list of leaders who say they could envisage military action against Baghdad -- with conditions attached.
Arafat condemns acts of terror, sets elections for January
RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) -- In a speech to the Palestinian parliament Monday, Yasser Arafat condemned terror attacks on Israeli civilians, announced elections for early January and offered -- apparently in jest -- to give up executive powers.
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