Krystle Petterson and Courtney Gabrio were named September Students of the Month at the Brainerd School District Area Education Center.
"It's just a weird dynamic right now."
Antje Olson's Baxter co-workers admire her energy and her charm, bound in an 81-year-old body of a former world-class athlete.
Illegal dumping takes toll
Sheetrock piles, burned tires, broken glass.
Salute to troops
Soldiers from the 851st Vertical Engineer Company and their families filled the recreation center at Camp Ripley Sunday morning for a Freedom Salute ceremony and homecoming tribute with special guest speaker Gov. Tim Pawlenty.
Margaret A. Adams
AITKIN - Margaret A. Adams, 61, of Aitkin, passed away comfortably in her home Friday, Oct. 10, 2008.
Betty J. Bellamy
MOUNDS VIEW - Betty J. Bellamy, 77-year-old resident of Mounds View, Minn., formerly of Cushing, Minn., passed away Saturday, Oct. 11, 2008, in New Brighton, Minn.
Charles W. Schwegman
LITTLE FALLS - Charles W. Schwegman, 75-year-old resident of Little Falls, Minn., died Thursday, Oct. 9, 2008, at his home in Little Falls, Minn.
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DEERWOOD - BonnieRae Lowe, Deerwood, 56, passed away Oct. 12, 2008, at St. Joseph's Hospital in Brainerd.
Alice M. Seguin
DEERWOOD - Alice Marie Seguin, age 71, of Deerwood, died Oct. 11, 2008, at the St. Cloud Hospital.
OTHER OPINION: Voting
Minnesota is justly proud of its high voter turnout. But it should be ashamed of its attempt to limit media access near polling sites.
OTHER OPINION: Money crisis
A new and troubling wrinkle is that the pending downturn looks like it is going global. In Europe, where governments have had to rush to the rescue of several failed banks in recent days, stock markets are also tanking. Several countries, fearing bank runs, have felt compelled to guarantee deposits.
Innovate to cut health care costs
We've been hearing a lot about universal health care. But before you give up on market competition, consider that government regulation of hospitals and medical professionals makes medical care much more expensive than it needs to be.
Put money where your mouth is
WASHINGTON - I went to the dentist the other day for a routine cleaning and more work on a crown after a root canal. So far this year, I've spent enough on my grill to buy a car. Good chops don't come cheap.
Warriors runners-up in section
ELK RIVER - The Brainerd Warrior swimming and diving team surprised head coach Dan Anderson with a runner-up finish in the Section 8-2A True Team meet Saturday.
Raiders suffer first loss
WORTHINGTON - The Minnesota West Bluejays handed the ninth-ranked Central Lakes College Raiders their first loss by a 13-12 score in Minnesota College Athletic Conference South Division football Saturday.
Cathedral blanks LF
ST. CLOUD - Michael Coborn, Coady Mahowald, Jonathan Larkin and Mike Schuweiler scored for top-seeded St. Cloud Cathedral as the Crusaders defeated No. 4 Little Falls 4-0 in the Section 8-1A quarterfinals Saturday.
Brainerd's Haberman throws touchdown pass in St. Olaf loss
ARDEN HILLS - Bethel University defeated St. Olaf 31-7 in MIAC football Saturday.
Raiders coast to victory
ELY - Rachel Voeltz pounded 11 kills and added two ace serves and a block as the Central Lakes College Raiders volleyball team easily defeated Vermilion 3-0 Saturday.
BAXTER - The Brainerd Warriors are moving on.
Wolverines seventh at Alex tourney
ALEXANDRIA - The Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines defeated Renville County West 25-13, 25-21 to take seventh place in the Alexandria tournament Saturday.
Aitkin takes second in section
VIRGINIA - Senior Kelsey Klucas won both of her matches and the Aitkin Gobblers girls' tennis team narrowly missed advancing to the state tournament after losing to perennial power Virginia 4-3 in the Section 7-1A finals after edging Pequot Lakes 4-3 in the semifinals.
State forecast for S.D.
Frost advisory southeast tonight...
State forecast for N.D.
Flooding concerns for eastern rivers next 24 to 36 hours...
Leaves are down
Weather drawing by Eli Sundquist of Mrs. Marks' third-grade class at Baxter school.
State forecast for Minnesota
.Frost advisory for late tonight far southwest...
State forecast for Iowa
Today...Cloudy. Showers and isolated thunderstorms. Highs 50
Wisconsin state forecast
Today...Partly to mostly cloudy. Showers and thunderstorms likely northwest third. Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms southwest through northeast. Highs from around 70 far northwest to near 80s central and south.
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