Two hurt in collision
NISSWA - Both drivers were hurt in a two-vehicle collision at 1:08 p.m. Sunday on Highway 371 at Hazelwood Drive in Nisswa, the State Patrol reported.
Finding niche in Nisswa
Growing up in South St. Paul, Bob Reichenbach spent his summers at his grandparent's cabin on Middle Cullen Lake in Nisswa and knew early on that this is where he wanted to make his home.
This was Brainerd
DECEMBER 31 - 80 years ago (1927) - Wilford Nubbe and Carl Johnson entertained at a sleigh party Friday evening. After a cold crisp ride to Oak Lawn Town, the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. Lunch was served to about 40 guests at midnight.
"I think I should have focused on it a little more."
Rodriguez appeal is expected to be argued in 2008
FARGO, N.D. - U.S. Attorney Drew Wrigley hopes an appeal by death row inmate Alfonso Rodriguez Jr. will be scheduled for arguments before a federal appeals court within the next year, after a series of delays.
The first baby of 2007 is quite a dancer in Baxter
BAXTER - Brianna Marie Finnegan's first year of life has been pretty typical.
Catherine F. Brixius
PIERZ - Catherine F. Brixius, 91-year-old resident of Pierz, Minn., passed away Wednesday, Dec. 26, at St. Gabriel's Hospital in Little Falls, Minn.
Grace H. Laasch
CROSBY - Grace Helen Laasch, 90, Crosby, died Dec. 29, 2007, at the Cuyuna Regional Care Center, Crosby.
Sister Agnes Soenneker
LITTLE FALLS - Sister Agnes Soenneker, 68, died on Dec. 28, 2007, at her home, Clare's Well, Annandale, Minn.
Edith H. Richey
WINONA - Edith H. Richey, age 91, of Winona, formerly of Litchfield, died on Friday, Dec. 28, 2007, at Saint Anne Hospice.
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The leading Democratic presidential candidates, Hillary, Obama, and Edwards have made stupid statements like "If I am elected I will tax those rich corporations to fund my programs." To add to that comedy, some of their supporters have taken that nonsense and written numerous editorials to tax the rich corporations. Some of those supporters may just be as uninformed as the candidates are dumb or dishonest.
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BHS surges back to beat Irondale, sweep Classic
The Brainerd Warriors girls' basketball team completed a weekend sweep by hanging on to defeat the Irondale Knights 57-47 Saturday afternoon in the championship game of the Brainerd Sports Boosters Holiday Classic.
Crosby-Ironton's Bryce Tesdahl and Derek Swanhorst were named to the all-tournament team following the Rangers' holiday boys' basketball tournament Saturday.
No. 1 beats No. 1
CROSBY - With four starters returning, a trip to the Class 2A state tournament in March is the goal of the Crosby-Ironton Rangers boys' basketball team.
Flyer, Warrior girls 1-2
BEMIDJI - The Brainerd Warrior girls' Nordic skiing relay team of Katherine Mueller, Jenna Ruzich, Hannah McAllister and Amanda Finstad finished second at the Bemidji Relays with a time of 61:21 on Saturday.
Davich, Little Falls top Milaca
LITTLE FALLS - Carlee Davich scored 10 points to lead Little Falls past Milaca 49-44 in the third-place game of the Flyer girls' basketball tournament Saturday.
Mission complete. That's what Mike Schultz of Pillager was feeling Sunday after racing his Polaris to a win, his first this season, in the Pro Open final during the fourth round of the WPSA Regional Snocross Minnesota State Series at Brainerd International Raceway.
Hanowskis lead Flyers to title
LITTLE FALLS - Junior forward Ben Hanowski scored two first-period goals and older brother, Beau, collected three assists to help Little Falls defeat Holy Family of Victoria 3-2 to capture the championship in the Flyer boys' hockey tournament Saturday.
LF rolls past Pequot for title
LITTLE FALLS - Alex Scott scored 19 points and Dan Kornbaum 16 to lead Little Falls to a 74-50 victory over the Pequot Lakes Patriots in the championship game of the Flyer boys' basketball tournament Saturday.
Balanced attack helps Warriors cut down Jacks
The Brainerd Warriors boys' basketball team provided an exemplary display of this sports clich in its 60-47 win over Section 8-4A rival Bemidji Saturday night at Brainerd High School.
Wisconsin state forecast
Dense fog advisory for grant and crawford counties until 10 am...
State forecast for Minnesota
Wind chill advisory extreme west central tonight through tuesday
State forecast for S.D.
Winter storm warning black hills through this evening...
Snow and rain
Weather drawing by Nicholas Schneider of Jan Wilcox's kindergarten class at Lowell school.
State forecast for Iowa
.Dense fog advisory portions of central and eastern iowa through
State forecast for N.D.
Wind chill advisory northwest and central north dakota tonight
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