? Salvation Army to conduct disaster training classes The Brainerd Salvation Army will be conducting free disaster training classes on April 5-6.
WADENA - In observance of Veterans Day, Wadena-Deer Creek Schools hosted a ceremony Monday with a tribute of patriotic music and speeches in Wadena-Deer Creek Middle/High School's gymnasium. The Veterans Day address was given by retired Maj. Gen.
WADENA - Wadena-Deer Creek Schools announced that Retired Maj. Gen. Larry Shellito will be the keynote speaker for its Veterans Day program on Nov. 12 at the WDC Middle/High School Gymnasium. "We are excited to welcome Maj. Gen.
The demolition of 10 buildings at the former campus of Brainerd State Hospital is expected begin sometime after Oct. 10. Ryan Church, assistant commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Administration, said Thursday construction fencing around buildings slated for destruction is tentatively scheduled for sometime after Tuesday. The tentative start date for window abatement and interior salvage work is Oct. 10. Demolition work will start as abatement work is completed in each building.
Four new business funding programs included in the State Small Business Credit Initiative are available to help businesses access credit, the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development announced.
...everything else."There is no cost to the taxpayers of the state of Minnesota," David Crist, deputy commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Corrections, told Minnesota Public Radio. "Yet it does reduce recidivism. And when offenders are...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Federal and state leaders highlighted the Upper St. Anthony Falls Lock and Dam in downtown Minneapolis on Monday as a crucial barrier for stopping the advance of Asian carp up the Mississippi River. Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Rep. Erik Paulsen visited the site Monday to tout legislation to make it easier to close the lock and dam. They spoke to reporters at a University of Minnesota laboratory just across the river from the lock where researchers are studying bubble barriers and other potential ways to stop the invasive carp.
...Minnesota's real legacy, our beautiful natural resources.This is a segment of a message from Tom Landwehr, Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR): "The news I want to share is that the Game and Fish Fund ? the fund that...
CAMP RIPLEY - Three-hundred and fifty-three Vietnam veterans came to Camp Ripley Saturday to receive a welcome home similar to that received by troops of this generation."I was looking for a theme for this year's Camp Ripley Open House and I could think of nothing better or more fitting then to welcome home Vietnam Veterans," Minnesota Army National Guard Col. Scott A. St. Sauver, Camp Ripley post commander, said.
Adults tout the benefits of higher education so often there's the danger young students will tune us out as if the topic was a sermon on proper fashion or music.
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