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Voter's Guide: U.S. Congress 8th District - Stewart Mills
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Volleyball: Warriors advance to quarterfinals with sweep of Tech
Warriors Athlete of Week: Brainerd QB has been in a zone
Area Volleyball: Season ends for Gobblers, Rangers
Area Football: Cardinals fall to Ottertail Central
Area Girls Swimming & Diving: Iverson, Schneider lift Cardinals
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Ward works for all of us
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Politics and the pipeline
Round Lake Sunset
Mille Lacs Lake fall fish survey shows promise
Conservative deer season will lower harvest
Fall Outdoor Traditions Magazine
Outdoor Traditions Fall 2014
Tech Savvy: Two in One (M8 that is)
This Was Brainerd - Oct. 24
This Was Brainerd - Oct. 23
BPS Magazine - Fall 2014
Brainerd Public Schools - Fall 2014
Science and Tech
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Eliza Gilkyson to play Grassroots Concerts Oct. 24
"Dear White People" is take-no-prisoners satire, aims to spark discussions about race
Entertainment Briefs - Oct. 23
Live Music - Oct. 23
Performing Arts - Oct. 23
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Brian and Tara Borg Wedding Announcement
Lakewood Health System, Staples, births
Maria Lendobeja and Joshua Andrea Engagement Announced
Blake and Stephanie (Larson) Erickson Wedding Announcement
Jim Falconer Sr. 75th Birthday
James C. Douvris
Patrick John Vetrone
Terryl Ann Way
Dr. James Arms
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October 15, 2014
YOUR MONEY: How to avoid expense-report hell
NEW YORK, Oct 15 (Reuters) - If work hell exists, then Amanda Larrinaga experienced something like it a couple of years ago. The start-up consultant from Missoula, Montana, was staring at a gigantic stack of nine months' worth of receipts. That meant her immediate future was...
news / business
October 15, 2014 - 5:50pm
September 23, 2014
YOUR MONEY: Ten ways to put your retired iPhone to work
Sept 23 (Reuters) - With about 10 million new iPhone 6s ordered in the initial days on the market, a whole lot of old iPhones are destined for the scrap heap. Sure, you could sell, donate or recycle your old iPhone, but you probably will not. And there are better things to do with...
lifestyles / tech
September 23, 2014 - 2:37pm
September 17, 2014
YOUR MONEY: How to whittle down that wireless bill
Sept 17 (Reuters) - If you're unhappy with your cell phone service - and really, who isn't? - now might be a unique time to either renegotiate your contract or move to a new carrier. Your window of opportunity may be short, however, as carriers have reached a crescendo in an escalating...
September 17, 2014 - 10:38am
September 12, 2014
YOUR MONEY: Want to save big money? Consider the no-booze budget
NEW YORK, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Would you give up alcohol to help balance the family budget? I posed that very question on social media recently. These were some of the answers I got: "Yeah, right." "Gosh no - it's what gets us through the week." "As if that would ever happen." And...
opinion / columns
September 12, 2014 - 10:57am
September 8, 2014
YOUR MONEY: FSA rollover helps workers save, but few flex it
NEW YORK, Sept 5 (Reuters) - The U.S. Treasury Department changed a rule last October to allow employees to roll over $500 of unspent Flexible Spending Account money, ending years of a use-it-or-lose it policy, but most workers have yet to reap its benefits. Only 8 percent of U.S....
September 8, 2014 - 2:27pm
August 25, 2014
YOUR MONEY: What your college kid isn't telling you about money
NEW YORK, Aug 25 (Reuters) - It is an American rite of passage. Little Johnny finally grows up, goes off to college, and starts handling money on his own. He probably spends a little too much, and racks up some debt. Does Johnny tell mom and dad the truth - or keep it a secret? More...
August 25, 2014 - 8:59am
August 14, 2014
YOUR MONEY: Smart ways to save on college textbooks 101
Aug 14 (Reuters) - With the cost of college textbooks surpassing $1,000 a year for many students, soon-to-be sophomore Matt Schroeder came up with a smart way to trim costs. He worked out a system of borrowing books from upperclassmen, offering nominal compensation to get them...
August 14, 2014 - 2:24pm
July 31, 2014
YOUR MONEY: The rising cost of your kids' lunch gear
NEW YORK, July 30 (Reuters) - When it comes to kids' lunches, we've come a long way from PB&J, an apple and a cookie in a brown paper bag. Beau Coffron, of Fremont, California, packs his daughter's school lunches in stainless steel containers that cost at least $20 a pop. He...
July 31, 2014 - 10:51am
July 7, 2014
YOUR MONEY: When your aging parents need a daily money manager
NEW YORK, (Reuters) - Martha Nurenberg knew her 86-year-old father, Paul, had a problem when he was almost taken in by a letter promising untold riches if he provided a bank account number and payment of legal fees for a money transfer. Though Paul never sent any money, he did...
July 7, 2014 - 9:47am
June 30, 2014
YOUR MONEY: What would you do if you suddenly got $100,000?
NEW YORK, June 30 (Reuters) - What would you do if you suddenly got $100,000, no strings attached? It's a hypothetical question for most of us. But for Peter Brooks, it was reality a few years ago. After the untimely death of an old friend from pancreatic cancer, a lawyer called...
June 30, 2014 - 11:26am