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View 181: Pride in partnership with you! – Brainerd Expedition

For nearly 40 years, I have had the honor of working on behalf of Pre-K-12 students and staff as a teacher/administrator in Minnesota’s prestigious public education system – most recently as Superintendent Brainerd Warrior. One of my greatest professional accomplishments was being selected by our Brainerd Board of Education and …

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Boys Swimming and Diving: Warriors Swim Away From Cardinals – Brainerd Dispatch

WILLMAR – Thomas Ruhl and Cade Rosenwald were both double winners for the Brainerd Warriors who defeated the Willmar Cardinals ?-? Thursday, Jan. 20, to go undefeated in the Central Lakes Conference and overall. Ruhl won the 50 yard freestyle and the 100 backstroke. Rosenwald’s victories came in butterfly and …

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Jaycees Ice Fishing Extravaganza is back – Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD — From tournament veterans to those with a “fishing bucket list,” it’s time to gear up for the Brainerd Jaycees Ice Fishing Extravaganza, returning to Gull Lake Hole-in-the-Day Bay on Saturday January 29, for its 31st annual charity tournament. As the Jaycees continue to get closer and closer to …

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Slippery roads cause accidents in the Miami Valley on Sunday – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

To expand Snow plow working I-675 near 35. Photo Marshall Gorby January 17, 2022 at 12:02 a.m. EST Through OMSI staff MIAMI VALLEY – Snowy and icy roads are reported across the Miami Valley as a winter weather system moved through the area on Sunday. Several accidents were reported throughout …

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Smoke Detector Credited With Saving Lives Of 3 Brainerd Residents – Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD – Occupants of a southeast Brainerd home woke up to a smoke alarm that went off Thursday, Jan. 13 in the 1100 block of Pine Street. The report says heavy smoke and flames could be seen coming from the house as the Brainerd Fire Department was called to the …

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Green News | Community news

The weather has given us a bit of everything here in Green. Extreme wind, extreme cold, everything except humidity! Traces of rain with the wind, and traces of snow with the cold. Green Methodist was canceled last week due to extremely cold temperatures, and Green Christian School was canceled on …

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Armstrong County Adds Option For Those In Need Of Help To Text 911

Residents of Armstrong County now have the option of texting to report an emergency to 911, public safety officials said on Tuesday. While the ability to text can be useful in a scenario where talking to a dispatcher could make a situation worse, the call should be the first line …

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Viewpoint 181: Enough to brighten up your snow-covered mailbox

We are immersed in the coldest days of winter, but you should have received something to brighten up your mailbox over the weekend. Our Brainerd Community Education Guide is now available and registration for our winter semester offers opened on Monday. Our current guide has a variety of in-person and …

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Winter weather advisory in effect for the Brainerd region

A winter weather advisory is in effect until 3 p.m. on Wednesday, January 5, with 2-4 inches of snow possible for the Brainerd Lakes region. The advisory was issued Tuesday morning by the National Weather Service and includes the entire state of Minnesota. Northern parts of Aitkin and Cass counties …

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Police: spitting on a missing object leads to the shooting of a man in the canton of Kiski. imprisoned woman

A woman from Kiski Township has been jailed in Armstrong County after shooting a man she forced out of the car on New Years Eve, Kiski Township police said. Police said Patricia Kettering-Pierce, 55, of Clarks Hollow Road, shot the man along Edmond Road in Armstrong County around 9.45 p.m. …

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