A Try Hockey for Free clinic is scheduled at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at Brainerd Area Civic Center.Boys and girls ages 4 to 9 are invited to participate. The clinic will provide students with a completely free opportunity to get on the ice and experience youth hockey for themselves in a fun and safe environment. Certified coaches will be on hand to teach the basics of hockey. Equipment will be provided beginning at 9:30 a.m.To register for the Brainerd clinic please visit www.TryHockeyForFree.com or contact Steve Drietz (218) 829-0960.
The Brainerd Amateur Hockey Association has tickets available for the Oct. 12 Minnesota Wild game against the Dallas Stars at the Xcel Energy Center. Tickets are $35...
The Brainerd Area Civic Center could remain tax-exempt if the city sells the property to the Brainerd Amateur Hockey Association.
A letter of intent to buy the Brainerd Area Civic Center has been drafted by the Brainerd Amateur Hockey Association. Officials from BAHA said the organization could buy the building at a price of $1, in lieu of an obligated $150,000 for an elevator.
Two Brainerd area lawmakers are sponsoring companion bills that would provide $150,000 in funding for elevator at the Brainerd Area Civic Center. Rep. John Ward, DFL-Baxter, and Sen.
? Jobe completes MBA program Dr. Stephen Jobe has successfully completed the MBA program in healthcare administration at St. Thomas University. Jobe is a doctor of chiropractic and has practiced in the Brainerd lakes area since 1998.
It's about time. That's what organizers of the first-ever Lakes Jam, a two-day outdoor music concert June 28-29 at Brainerd International Raceway (BIR) north of Brainerd, say has been a common reaction when people hear about the event.
BHS grad Sneep makes debut with Penguins Carl Sneep couldn't help but glance around the CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh and wonder if it was a dream.
Brainerd area soldiers returning home from deployment overseas will have the opportunity to rock 'n' roll this month thanks the generosity of the organizers of an arena 1980s rock cover band event in Brainerd.
The Wells Fargo Minnesota Wild Road Tour will make a stop at the Brainerd Area Civic Center from 4:30-5:30 p.m. June 26. Wild players Nate Prosser and Jason Zucker will be joined by broadcasters Bob Kurtz and Tom Reid in Brainerd.
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