WWSM installs first pastor The newly formed Woods and Waters Shared Ministry, a coalition of three area Lutheran churches, installed their first minister in an installation service held Aug. 12 at Bethel Lutheran Church in Little Falls. The Rev.
Parker Moan is heading to Washington.The Crosslake second-grader, who was honored last fall as Crow Wing County Youth Volunteer of the Year, was recently named a recipient of the former President George H.W. Bush's Daily Point of Light award. Moan, 8, and his parents, Kris and Mike Smith and Doug Moan, all of Crosslake, plan to leave Sunday for Washington to attend the Points of Light Institute Tribute at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Monday.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Chris LeDoux, a former rodeo cowboy who has sold more than 5 million albums, is recovering after receiving a liver transplant.
The Heartland Symphony Orchestra's first concert for the 2000-2001 season, Music from Around the World, will feature three guest artists.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Every woman has a right to change her mind, Paula Jones says in explaining why she agreed to pose nude for Penthouse magazine after promising she would "never ... never" do that for any men's magazine.
The sex industry is a multi-billion dollar operation, if one includes pornography, much of cable TV (is that redundant?), pregnancy prevention devices (mislabeled ``birth control'') and virtually all contemporary magazines. It should then come as no surprise that the sex industry has a vested interest in recruiting new ``customers.'' Just as the tobacco companies must hook kids on cigarettes to survive, so must the sex industry need to hook teens on sex.
When people pass Don Karlgaard's classroom at Brainerd High School, they see energetic students working together to solve mathematic problems.
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