Brainerd's mountain bike team includes Christopher Tix, Javan Hemsworth, Kaden Sheflo, Christopher Boucher, Will Thomes, James Foster, Parker Linn, Talon Yost, Dominic Craig, Landon Mertens, Briston Domino, Baden Bastien, Jackson Beckers, Matt Thomes, Logan Omberg, Sam Pikula, Wyatt Holst, Hayden Hagen, Henry Stephens, Cole Weinrich.
The Cuyuna Lakes mountain bike team includes Peter Nierenhausen, Nick Nierenhausen, Kal Larson, Austin Schroeder, Nathan Rom, Dana Hammer, Jack Hennies, Amelia Perdeson, Addie Ryan, Isaiah Hamilton, Gracen Hardy, Enoch Anderson, Ben Harris.
The Crosby-Ironton High School mountain bike team includes Caleb Jacobson, Kolbe Severson, Lance Anderson, Ava Johnson, Sam Coughlin, Deacon French, Evan Hutchison, Ben Gujer, Easton Maucieri, Brooke Johnson, Cuyler Rono, Anna Coughlin, Trevor Hutchison, Courtney Johnson, Spencer Hollenhorst, Jay Hunter, Dominic French, Brad Hachey, Kaleb Bauer, Sam Roberts, Ean Hunter, Braeden Anderson, Noah Coughlin.
Brainerd police DISTURBANCES—Report at 6:58 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, of a verbal disturbance between two people on the 1000 block of Mill Avenue. Officers mediated the situation. Report at 3:26 p.m. Monday of a juvenile out of control on the 200 block of Northwest Third Street. Report at 11:58 a.m. Monday of a disturbance between two male students at Brainerd High School, 702 S. Fifth St. Report at 3:16 p.m. Sunday of a verbal disturbance on the 11000 block of State Avenue. People involved were separated and calmed down.
The Brainerd Sports Boosters Club will meet Thursday, Nov. 15, at the Blue Room, 219 S. Ninth St., Brainerd. Lunch begins at noon and the program at 12:20 p.m. Warrior Athlete of the Week Izzy Olson will be honored at the Nov. 29 meeting. Warrior cheer team is the program. You may purchase a $100 lunch card at Thursday's luncheon or the weekly fee of $12 includes meal, beverage and tip or attend the program only at no cost. For more information about the boosters and their upcoming events, visit www.brainerdsportsboosters.org .
BOCK—A 49-year-old woman suffered injury in a three-vehicle rear-end crash Tuesday, Nov. 13, on Highway 23 and Ivy Road in Bock in Mille Lacs County. The Minnesota State Patrol responded to the crash at 4:17 p.m. It reported a Chevrolet Traverse was stopped in the eastbound lane of Highway 23, waiting to make a left turn onto Ivy Road. A Ford Taurus was behind the Traverse and was rear-ended by the Saturn Outlook, which was also eastbound, pushing the Taurus into the Traverse.
The Brainerd High School Class of 1973 recently celebrated its 45th class reunion. Alumni Mary (Odette) McKay and Dean Savor organized a silent auction and drawing to raise funds in support of classmates who have battled cancer. Out of almost 500 classmates, 41 have passed away—24 from cancer and nine of unknown causes. The class was able to make a donation of $1,000 to fight cancer in the community. The class is hoping the reunion and fundraiser will encourage other BHS classes to create a program and legacy of giving back to the community during other reunions.
The Central Lakes College Foundation received a $12,000 contribution to its scholarship program from AT&T Tuesday, Nov. 13. The contribution will support 24 spring and fall semester scholarships for CLC students who pursue a degree in a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) field, represent and underserved population and have a financial need.
Advance tickets for the Minnesota State High School League football tournament games at U.S. Bank Stadium are no longer provided. The league encourages students and adults to purchase tickets online through the U.S. Bank website and use the GoMobile option at checkout. The MSHSL says, "Buying tickets in advance will provide a major convenience for fans and eliminate long lines at the ticket windows." Semifinal and championship Day One passes are $16 for adults, $10 for students. Championship Day Two passes are $26 for adults, $17 for students.
Crow Wing County Land Services Department encourages eligible property owners to apply for homestead status prior to the Dec. 15 deadline. Homestead applications for owner-occupied and relative-occupied properties must be received by Dec. 15 for the 2019 payable tax year. Homestead classification may affect the amount of property taxes payable in 2019, and it may affect property tax refund eligibility.