Bump in road or total wipeout?
Indian Motorcycle, a revival of a pioneering motorcycle maker, has halted production and laid off its entire work force, citing financial troubles that could force the company into bankruptcy.
Laura Miller, nail technician, joined the Fine Line Salon and Spa in Brainerd. She has been doing nails for eight years and specializes in acrylic pink and white nails.
Grizzly's to be a bear of a restaurant
Grizzly's restaurant will be able to seat 210 in its 6,200 square foot building going up along Highway 371 north of the Woida Road intersection.
Growing a family is God's way of giving the world a population that is learning to live.
Faith communities unite to build home
Jim Madlana, a member of First Congregational Church in Brainerd, worked on the rafters of a Lakes Area Habitat for Humanity House near Breezy Point.
Dan and Merilee Ottoson of Pelican Rapids will conduct a "Changed Lives Family Crusade" at 6:30 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday at the Community Church of the Nazarene in Merrifield. The Ottosons are gospel singers, inspirational speakers, songwriters and recording artists.
Child in need
Calling all couples who have thought of having two kinship Partners -- one for him and one for her!
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Wheat receipts Friday 251, a year ago 275.
SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) (USDA) -- Thursday cattle: 500. Last Thursday: 1049. Year Ago Thursday: 503. Wednesday actual: 5803.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Wheat receipts Thursday 206, a year ago 381.
SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) (USDA) -- Friday cattle estimate: 550. Last Friday: 2134. Year Ago Friday: 625. Thursday actual: 567.
AITKIN -- Five people arrested during a methamphetamine investigation Tuesday were arraigned on controlled substance charges Thursday in Aitkin County District Court.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Spot nonferrous metal prices Friday.
A 17-year-old girl was injured in a three-vehicle accident Thursday on Washington Street.
Chad M. Turcotte, 28, and Shari M. Cline, 32, both of Brainerd.
School lunch menus
Flu shots safer but consideredless effective
Los Angeles Times
Housing shortage slows progress after flood
ROSEAU (AP) -- Mayor Jeff Pelowski says new homes and apartments are desperately needed in Roseau, which lost about 50 homes and more than a dozen rental units when the northern Minnesota town was hit by flooding 15 months ago.
Round Lake woman's home wins award for its construction
On a windy autumn day, Amy Lichty can gaze out from a four-season porch and see swaying trees and white caps on Round Lake.
State Supreme Court backs DNR officers' boat searches
The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled Thursday that DNR conservation officers can search boats and live wells without probable cause.
North side sidewalks
Bill Rutt (left), Mandy Krish, Matt Stuart and Jason Dvorek with Ti-Zack Concrete poured cement Thursday for a sidewalk near Franklin Junior High School in Brainerd.
Light to be shed on automobile safety
A dark vehicle approaches in the dusk and is difficult to see until it looms closer as it blends with the background of trees.
Foreman's message: R-E-S-P-E-C-T
BAXTER -- It's a little known fact, but former Minnesota Viking great Chuck Foreman was a teacher before he was drafted and donned the purple and gold for nine years.
Samaritan House groundbreaking set Monday
The Good Samaritan Communities in Brainerd plan a ground-breaking ceremony 1:30 p.m. Monday for Samaritan House, a 16-bed/bath "memory care" home to be built on the Woodland Good Samaritan Village campus.
The unbeaten Vikings face a stiff test against San Francisco in their quest to keep their winning streak alive. Read about the outcome in Sports Monday.
This was Brainerd
20 years ago (1983) - Rhonda Soderman and Lee Johnson were crowned 1963 Brainerd High School Homecoming Queen and King. The Brainerd Warriors will meet the Cambridge Blue Jackets. A dance will follow in the evening.
Metal art created in Cushing is drawing attention from its placement on a South Dakota hillside. Look for the story in Sunday's People/Plus section.
St. Mathias man killed in farm accident
A 70-year-old St. Mathias man was killed Friday after a farm tractor overturned on him, trapping him underneath the machinery.
Initiative event honors seven award winners
The fourth annual Awards for Outstanding Community Initiative event is set Friday at the St. Cloud Civic Center.
This was Brainerd
SEPTEMBER 26 - 40 years ago (1963) - Right-hander Fred Larson and southpaw Tom Edwards did not quarterback Brainerd and Staples in last fall's 47-26 Warrior triumph but they must have been taking notes on the bench judging from the fireworks which took place with Brainerd winning 26-20.
Weather permitting, motorists will be switched onto the remaining 5-mile segment of the newly constructed northbound Highway 371 roadway early this week, the Baxter office of the Minnesota Department of Transportation reported.
Wal-Mart foes decry special meeting
A special meeting of the Baxter City Council called for Tuesday has opponents of the proposed Wal-Mart Super Center crying foul.
Brainerd man killed in crash
A 45-year-old Brainerd man was killed Friday after the vehicle he was driving left the roadway and struck a tree on Lakeview Drive, about 100 feet from County Road 143 near South Long Lake in Long Lake Township.
Don Bargen's gift of good cheer to bring him honor
For years, Don Bargen's melodious voice, good humor and herding abilities helped people move through what often were contentious issues.
Pawlenty preaches optimism in speech to economic developers
Gov. Tim Pawlenty's plan to jump-start economically distressed outstate locales received a warm response from economic developers in five central Minnesota counties.
'EveryDay Divas' to host ladies night out with humorous holiday tips
Mary Ellen Pinkham, host of the Home and Garden TV Network's "Tipical Mary Ellen" show, said her Oct. 9 show in Brainerd will be a celebration of women, but it's not what one may expect.
Mildred J. O'Neil
IRONTON -- Mildred J. O'Neil, age 72, of Ironton, formerly of Aitkin, died Thursday, Sept. 25, 2003, at her home.
Gloria G. Hill
Gloria Grace Hill, age 80, of Brainerd, died Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2003, at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd. She lived at Bethany Good Samaritan Village for the past four years, first at the apartments, then at the nursing home.
Anthony Edward Lubowitz Jr.
LONGVILLE -- Anthony Edward Lubowitz Jr., age 77, of Longville, Minn. Tony died at his home on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 20
Christ Gravening, 68, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2003, at his home in Brainerd.
PEQUOT LAKES -- Bennie Myers, 86, died on Friday, Sept. 26, 2003, at the Country Care Home, Pequot Lakes. Arrangements are pending with Willim-Northland Funeral Home in Pequot Lakes.
Norma E. Hoglin
Norma E. Hoglin, age 85 of Brainerd, died Thursday, Sept. 25, 2003, at Bethany Good Samaritan Village in Brainerd. She is survived by a son, Gary of Baxter, and a daughter, Linda of St. George, Utah.
Betty L. Grant
Betty L. Grant, age 72, of Baxter, died Friday, September 26, 2003, at Woodland Good Samaritan Village.
Mildred 'Millie' O'Neil
IRONTON -- Mildred "Millie" O'Neil, 72, of Ironton, died Thursday, Sept. 25, 2003, at her residence. Funeral arrangements are pending with Sorensen-Root-Thompson Funeral Home in Aitkin.
Bennie L. Myers
PEQUOT LAKES -- Bennie L. Myers, 86
Edwin B. Cremers
PIERZ -- Edwin B. Cremers, age 95 of Pierz, Minn., passed away Thursday, Sept. 25, 2003, at St. Gabriel's Hospital in Little Falls, Minn. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Monday, Sept. 29, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Pierz, Minn., with the Rev. Gerald Dalseth officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery in Pierz, Minn.
Marion May Nelson
DEERWOOD -- Marion May Nelson, age 89, of Deerwood, died on Thursday, Sept. 25, 2003, at the Cuyuna Regional Care Center in Crosby. She was born on May 21, 1914, in Minneapolis to Walter and Della (Ingle) Ye. She married Carl L. Nelson on Feb. 10, 1940, in Minneapolis. She was a member of the Salem Lutheran Church in Deerwood, the Walter Scott Erickson American Legion Post No. 443 of Deerwood and Deerwood Area Lions. She was a past Deerwood Township treasurer.
Perhaps the most disturbing photograph from the many that came out of the school shootings in Cold Spring this week was one in which a long line of Rocori High School teens calmly responded to a "Code Red" emergency and dutifully filed away from the school with their hands on top of their heads.
Fee-hiking cities aren't listening to Pawlenty
This editorial was printed recently in the Free Press of Mankato.
South Dakota Rep. Bill Janklow shed tears of remorse at a news conference in Sioux Falls last week, saying he couldn't be sorrier about his Aug. 16 crash that killed a Minnesota man. Janklow has plenty to be sorry about, but his regrets are a bit late.
Vox Pop, voice of the people, publishes Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Submissions are limited to 100 words.
I am a child-care provider in Brainerd that will be affected by the licensing and background check fees that Social Services is trying to implement. I would just like to help enlighten the general public what these fees mean to a lot of us. Legislative laws have been passed that allow counties to recoup the actual costs of licensing.
I think that it should be rather simple to find a satisfactory way to access the cost of health insurance for state workers. Negotiate an insurance contract for all state workers,
North Country calendar
Oct. 1 -- State park permits go on sale
Oh deer! Pillager man finds trashed decoy in backyard
PILLAGER -- At 10 p.m. on Tuesday night of this past week Roland Anderson heard a commotion in his yard. "I couldn't figure out what it was," Anderson says. "I looked out but didn't see anything."
Katie Olson of Brainerd, wasn't going to go deer hunting on the evening of Sept. 18, but now she's glad she did.
Memories of Fred Bear
Fred Bear never shot a Pope and Young buck. And he hunted six years to get his first deer with a bow.
INVASION OF THE KILLER WORMS
DULUTH -- The bluebead lily and red bainberry plants were few, the forest floor nearly denuded and still. When the solution of pulverized mustard seed and water seeped in, though, the ground began to churn.
Wisconsin to offer money to hunters who submit deer for CWD testing
Wisconsin's DNR is using a different method to track, map and eliminate deer with Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD).
The lesson of the hummingbird
A gentle thud hit the picture window in the sunroom. Instantly I looked up from the photos I was sorting to see a tiny bird drop from sight. As always when a bird collides with a window, a slight sickening swirled in my stomach.
A new brochure titled "Wildflowers of Minnesota's Northern Prairies" is now available from the DNR. It features 51 native wildflowers you might encounter while walking in wet, dry or mesic prairies.
Kelly Bender and Neil Rudolph were married Aug. 23, 2003, at St. Christopher's Church in Nisswa with Father George Zeck officiating.
40th anniversary - Ed and Marlene Roach
Ed and Marlene Roach, Brainerd, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with their family. They were married Sept. 28, 1963, in Galesburg, Ill.
50th anniversary - Bud and Laree Pickar
Bud and Laree Pickar, Fort Ripley, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2-5 p.m. Oct. 5 at Fort Ripley Park. The event is hosted by their family. No gifts please. They were married Sept. 26, 1953.
Brandi Stimac and Alan Mahowald were married July 26, 2003, in Aitkin with Florence Tarr officiating.
Wedding planned - Kristy Roy and Todd Anderson
Kristy Roy and Todd Anderson announce their engagement. Parents are Ron and Barb Roy, Forest Lake, and Warren and Donna Anderson, Nisswa. A Nov. 1 wedding is planned at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis.
40th anniversary - Colin and Pat Ylinen
Colin and Pat Ylinen, Deer River, formerly of Brainerd, recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with their children and grandchildren at Itasca State Park. They were married Aug. 10, 1963.
Journey from Cushing
CUSHING -- From a distance the figures on the rolling hillside appear to be stopped in time like a mirage from the past.
50th anniversary - Richard and Glenna Tappe
Richard and Glenna Tappe, Pine River, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 1-3 p.m. Saturday at the Warehouse in Pine River. The event is hosted by their children. No gifts please.
Four generations recently gathered were Tate Lodermeier, son; Cory Lodermeier, father; Jesse Lodermeier, grandfather; and Everett Lodermeier, great-grandfather.
50th anniversary - Don and Betty Olson
Don and Betty Olson, Baxter, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 1-4 p.m. Oct. 5 at 771 Lynndale Lane, north Baxter. No gifts please. They were married Oct. 3, 1953.
50th anniversary - Leo and Phyllis Stumpf
Leo and Phyllis Stumpf will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 1-5 p.m. Saturday at the Brainerd American Legion Club.
50th anniversary - John and Kitty Olson
John and Kitty Olson, Brainerd, recently celebrated their 50th anniversary with their family at the Black Bear Lodge. They were married Sept. 26, 1953, in north Mankato.
Teresa Marie Wehseler and Jay Michael Jennen were married June 28, 2003, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Crosby with Father Howard Eisel officiating.
Annette Gaudette and Darrel Lambert were married May 3, 2003, at Grace Lutheran Church in Sebeka with the Rev. Raymond Hendrickson officiating.
25th anniversary - Jesse and Diana Lodermeier
Jesse and Diana Lodermeier, Brainerd, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2-5 p.m. Oct. 5 at St. Mathias Park. They were married Oct. 22, 1978, in South Dakota.
50th anniversary - Tom and Elaine Chesley
Tom and Elaine Chesley, Brainerd, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married Sept. 25, 1953, in Evanston, Ill.
Five generations recently gathered were Thomas Petroske, son; Nicole Petroske, mother; JoAnn Witt, grandmother; Sharon Kohl, great-grandmother; and Morris and Jane Allord, great-great-grandparents.
Bob "Bumpy" Bruning, Sylvan Lake, recently celebrated his 80th birthday with family and friends at the Country Inn and Suites in Baxter with dinner and dancing to the music of Steve Anderson.
Statue helps celebrate 'Fargo' release
FARGO, N.D. (AP) -- Officials here used a life-size wooden statue of character Marge Gunderson, the Brainerd police chief portrayed by Frances McDormand in the movie "Fargo," to help celebrate the release of the film's DVD.
Charges pending in Duluth boy's death
DULUTH (AP) -- Three teenagers and a woman were arrested after a 5-year-old boy was killed and were awaiting charges Thursday, authorities said.
Three U of M students remembered in their communities
In three separate communities, family and friends mourned three University of Minnesota students who died in a duplex fire near campus last weekend.
Group wants more Blandin Foundation grants close to home
GRAND RAPIDS (AP) -- Itasca County residents want a judge to force the Blandin Foundation to award more money from its trust to groups in and near this northern Minnesota city.
Winona school locked down after gun threat
WINONA (AP) -- Authorities put Winona Senior High School into a partial lockdown Thursday after receiving a warning that a student planned to bring a gun to school.
Four dead after car collides with train in Anoka
ANOKA (AP) -- Four people were killed Friday night when a car they were riding in collided with a train, authorities said.
Murder charge filed
ST. CLOUD -- A 15-year-old boy was charged Friday with second-degree murder in the shootings this week of two schoolmates at Rocori High School.
School shooting puts focus on bullying, counselors' burdens
ST. PAUL -- By many accounts, the Rocori high school freshman charged with shooting two classmates, one of them fatally, endured endless teasing over his severe acne.
Head of Rocori schools is no stranger to crises
Senior Becky Staska knew the situation was serious Wednesday at Rocori High School when she caught the look on her father's face from across the hall.
Shooting victim clinging to life
ST. CLOUD -- A ventilator breathes for Seth Bartell. Nurses sit by his side day and night, monitoring the effects of the bullet that struck him in the forehead and lodged at the back of his brain.
State auditor decries 'hidden' perks in superintendent contracts
ST. PAUL -- State Auditor Patricia Awada scolded school boards for loading superintendent contracts with car allowances, health club memberships and accrued vacation days, which make their pay packages much more lucrative than other public jobs in Minnesota.
A Johnnie fan for a day
Collegeville is one of the most gorgeous campuses in the country. Apple orchards ripen nearby and St. John's Bread is for sale.
Warrior boys win lackluster contest
BAXTER -- With heads bowed and feet dragging, the Brainerd Warriors boys' soccer team looked defeated.
The NFL fined the Denver Broncos $25,000 for showing up in the wrong colored uniforms for a game against San Diego and fined wide receiver Rod Smith $20,000 for accidentally hitting an official.
Warrior tennis ice cold in 7-0 loss to Willmar
Brainerd Warriors captain Erica Nelson was wrapped in a blanket and was wearing a warm-up suit following a 7-0 loss to the Willmar Cardinals.
Nadeau sparks Aitkin win
AITKIN -- Aitkin's Matt Nadeau exploded for 193 yards rushing and three touchdowns as the Gobblers football team held off Onamia 42-34 in Great River Conference play Friday.
Sabres slice up Little Falls defense
LITTLE FALLS -- Despite Tony Parker and Jon Schulz hooking up for two touchdowns, the Little Falls Flyers fell to the Sartell Sabres 35-13 in Central Lakes Conference football Friday.
Big third quarter propels Pirates
HANCOCK -- The Verndale Pirates used a 14-point third quarter to oust the Hancock Owls 20-13 Friday night in Pheasant Conference football.
CLC men, women golfers claim title
WILLMAR -- The Central Lakes College Raiders men's and women's golf teams wrapped up Minnesota Community College Conference titles Thursday.
BHS swimmers extend win streak
WILLMAR -- Seniors Christina Roberts and Erica Campbell continued to lead the unbeaten Brainerd swimming and diving team as the Warriors dismantled Willmar 114-72 in Central Lakes Conference action Thursday.
S-M's Honek takes changes in stride
Despite being a four-year veteran of the Staples-Motley Cardinals volleyball team, Michelle Honek is still learning.
Bears take bite out of Rangers
EVELETH -- Wayne Ward rushed for Crosby-Ironton's only score as they lost to the Eveleth-Gilbert Golden Bears 12-7 Friday.
Area events Saturday
PEQUOT LAKES -- One touchdown drive epitomized an entire game for the Pequot Lakes Patriots.
Johnsons' legs, arm not enough
STAPLES -- Adam Johnson put on an offensive display Friday for the Staples-Motley Cardinals, but it wasn't enough as East Grand Forks slipped past 32-22 in Northern Lakes Conference football.
Pierz runs past HL-W-W
PIERZ -- Pierz's Craig Luberts and Tony Andres combined to rush for 334 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Pioneers football team past Howard Lake-Waverly-Winstead 54-6 Friday in their homecoming game.
The Lakes Area Pregnancy Support Center is sponsoring Five Laps for LAPS, an 18-team, 27-hole best ball scramble Monday.
BHS overcomes 4 bad snaps on punts
ST. CLOUD -- After two straight losses the Brainerd Warriors needed a win to stay in contention for one of the top two seeds in the Section 8, Class 5A football playoffs.
The Brainerd Warrior junior varsity girls' soccer team defeated Little Falls 6-1 Thursday.
Ranger volleyball team wins in five games
DETROIT LAKES -- They needed five games, but the Crosby-Ironton Rangers knocked off the Detroit Lakes Lakers 25-16, 27-25, 21-25, 23-25, 15-13 in Mid-State Conference volleyball Thursday.
Gobblers defeat W-DC
AITKIN -- There's no better win than your last home meet on parents night.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
S-M sets 3 pool records
STAPLES -- The Staples-Motley Cardinals set three pool records in a 92-60 loss to Park Rapids in swimming and diving Thursday.
BHS girls win fifth straight
LITTLE FALLS -- Ally Hartje scored the first goal and Jennifer Beilke added the second in the Brainerd Warriors' 2-0 Central Lakes Conference girls' soccer victory over the Little Falls Flyers Thursday.
C-I boys, girls win McGregor Invitational
McGREGOR -- Joe Radinovich and Kim Beaman led the Crosby-Ironton Rangers boys' and girls' cross country teams to victory at the McGregor Invitational Thursday.
CLC ousts Rainy River to take division lead
On the very first point, the Central Lakes Raiders volleyball team set the tone in an important, early season North Division showdown with nemesis Rainy River Friday.
Lakeville ends Eden Prairie streak at 59
EDEN PRAIRIE (AP) -- After Eden Prairie's streak of football excellence ended one game short of 60, coach Mike Grant began thinking about the next game, the next challenge, the next streak.
Paul Bunyan Bowl
Brainerd spikes Sartell
SARTELL -- The Brainerd Warriors were led by Lauren Kirkpatrick's 37 set assists in their seventh Central Lakes Conference victory of the season, 25-16, 25-23, 25-20 over the Sartell Sabres on Thursday.
Pequot's Clasen a new breed of QB
Chris Clasen is a high school version of Vikings quarterback Daunte Culpepper.
BHS stonewalls Tech
ST. CLOUD -- Now that the Brainerd Warriors have ruined one homecoming they can prepare to win their own next Friday.
Timberwolves sign four free agents
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Timberwolves signed free agents Jason Collier, Brandon Kurtz, Quincy Lewis and Keith McLeod on Friday.
Culpepper could be upgraded
EDEN PRAIRIE -- Vikings quarterback Daunte Culpepper could be upgraded from doubtful to questionable for Minnesota's game against San Francisco, coach Mike Tice said Thursday.
Taylor: Offer to K.G. is on the table
ST. PAUL (AP) -- The Minnesota Timberwolves have offered all-star forward Kevin Garnett a contract extension and are waiting for an answer, team owner Glen Taylor said.
Stewart for MVP? Twins sure think so
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Twins' second-half turnaround points to a simple trade for a solid, yet unspectacular player.
O'Leary reviving Vikes' defense
EDEN PRAIRIE -- George O'Leary resigned in disgrace from his dream coaching job at Notre Dame in December 2001, admitting he falsified a few lines on his resume to help jump-start his career two decades earlier.
Gophers fullback has more than football on his mind
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Thomas Tapeh stepped back and apologized as his voice began to quiver. He blamed it on his therapeutic cold bath, but it was obvious the reasons went deeper than a dip in 40-degree water.
Gophers' last visit was start of PSU slide
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- Joe Paterno says he doesn't have time to think about the last time Minnesota visited Penn State. After all, that was four years ago, and he has all he can handle preparing his Nittany Lions for this year's 24th-ranked Minnesota team.
Newman released from hospital
DETROIT (AP) -- Minnesota Twins third-base coach Al Newman was released from a Chicago hospital, the team announced Friday -- 16 days after he suffered a brain hemorrhage before a game.
Tigers halt Twins' streak
DETROIT (AP) -- The Detroit Tigers may not set the post-1900 record for losses after all.
Stewing Owens, maturing Moss
MINNEAPOLIS -- Randy Moss and Terrell Owens are two of the most talented receivers of their time, but their success has come with some trouble.
Twins send Tigers to 119th loss
DETROIT (AP) -- Alan Trammell will be proud of the way the Detroit Tigers competed in the final week of the season, even if they tie or break the modern-day record for losses.
Calgary burns Wild
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) -- Jarome Iginla had two goals and two assists while rookie Chuck Kobasew scored for the fourth straight exhibition game as the Calgary Flames beat the Minnesota Wild 6-0 on Thursday night.
Once-dominant Eudora 6 gets much overdue update
EUDORA 6.0, Qualcomm
Smart tags moving rapidly -- too rapidly for some
Backers of new radio-tagged product codes, a kind of souped-up bar code, are heralding this as the time the technology finally moves off the drawing board and into the real world.
Make PC safety part of program
The Internet isn't a nice neighborhood anymore. Surfing the Web or checking your e-mail on an unprotected Windows PC is like walking around at night in a bad part of town holding a wad of cash over your head: Something bad is bound to happen.
ASK THE WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON -- Need a recipe to spice up your marriage? Wonder what became of Amy Carter's tree house? Curious to know whether the White House really is haunted?
Solving digital dilemmas while on the road
When my wife and I took a fly-and-drive vacation to the Pacific Northwest last year, I had no problem figuring out what to do with the photos from my digital camera. I packed a laptop PC and dumped my camera's memory card to the hard drive when it was full.
State forecast for minnesota
.Today...Mostly cloudy north and east. Partly cloudy southwest.
On the lake
Weather drawing by Krista Loven of Mr. Meyer's fourth grade class at Lowell school.
State forecast for south dakota
Today...Partly sunny and breezy. Isolated showers central and east. Highs from mid 60s southwest to upper 50s northeast.
Wisconsin state forecast national
Today...Mostly cloudy with showers likely and a chance for thunderstorms. Highs in the 50s to the mid 60s.
State forecast for Minnesota
Today...Mostly cloudy with scattered showers. Highs from near 50
State forecast for North Dakota
Wind advisory western north dakota today...
Wisconsin state forecast
Today...Mostly cloudy with scattered showers. Highs mainly in the 50s.
State forecast for South Dakota
Today...Mostly cloudy with scattered showers...Mainly through early afternoon...Then becoming partly sunny. Windy with highs 60 to 70.
Iowa state forecast
.Today...Partly to mostly cloudy. Isolated showers west and
Weather drawing by Taylor Krueger of Mrs. Brenny's third grade class at Baxter school.
Iowa state forecast
Today...Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered showers. Showers
State forecast for north dakota
.Today...Partly sunny and windy west. Mostly cloudy east with a
The Brainerd/Baxter Area Golden K programs for October include: Wednesday, Wally Swift, A Gray Lady; Oct. 8, Gene Durham, Mystery Trip Part 2; Oct. 15, Tami Lueck, Bridges of Hope for children; Oct. 22, Gary Payne, Ecuador; Oct. 29, G
Chemical dependency and AA groups
Victims of clergy abuse
8 table Mitchell Movement. North-South: Mark Anderson and Joe Heal, 132.5; Walt and Betty Moynagh, 130; Bruce Eastman and Albert Brown, 123.5; and Marijane Pearce and Phyllis DeRosier, 113. East-West: Jo Bonestroo and Bill McGoldrick, 140.5; Pat Lande and Allen Anderson, 137; Alma Bracewell and Barb Bretz, 122.5; and Don Rasmussen and Paul Klaverkamp, 108.5.
LAKES AREA SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER
The Nisswa Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all of the vendors for participating and all the following businesses for their generous donations to the 2003 Fall Harvest Festival:
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