Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
I've worked at the Brainerd Dispatch with various duties since Dec. 7, 1983. Starting off as an Ad Designer and currently Director of Audience Development. The Dispatch has been an interesting and challenging place to work. I'm fortunate to have made many friends, both co-workers and customers.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Gunshots were reported in the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center on Monday, U.S. Senate sources said. Workers in the Capitol were told to "shelter in place." A Capitol Police spokeswoman had no immediate comment but said the office would be issuing a statement soon.
Mike Frisch of Crosslake sent us photos of a very memorable day he and Mike Lippert of Monticello had out on the ice of the Whitefish Chain on February 5. Frisch said he was fishing with a sucker minnow in ten feet of water when he hooked into this 14 1/2 pound, 38-inch long northern. Mike says it put up a "pretty good fight" and added that it was "really tough to get it out of the hole". The pair also caught a 8 1/2 pound northern that day. Frisch says they are going to smoke the northerns for eating.
Kelly Eades sent us this 'Pix of the Day' photo, taken today in the Brainerd High School parking lot by Jeff Innes. She wrote that he (Jeff) thought it looked...
Becky Schleusner and Justin Wing were married at Christ Community Church in Nisswa on April 18, 2015. Their parents are Tom and Deb Schleusner of Fort Ripley, and Dale and Patricia Wing of Brainerd.
Craig Anderson of rural Brainerd shared this iphone photo of a spectacular sunrise over Carlson Lake just off Highway 77/Pine Beach Road on Saturday Nov. 14.
Looking pretty nifty at fifty. We love you Mom! Love, Dad, Brandon and Sam, Cassie and Mike, and Bethany and Eric
Lillie and Finnegan Marohn watch excitedly as their 'bear friend' comes around to check out the goings on in the neighborhood. Danielle Marohn (mother to the young bear watchers) wrote...
NEW YORK, Oct 22 (Reuters) - Fearing her husband would die waiting for a heart transplant in Miami, Carmen Concepcion started looking for a faster way to save his life, and found the answer in her native Puerto Rico. Pablo, 59, could barely walk from the family room to the bathroom without growing short of breath, Carmen said. She looked across the states for hospitals with shorter wait times until a friend recommended she consider her homeland.
Jan Bartle wrote us today, "Labor Day morning, as I went to get the paper, (I found) these little snapping turtles (that) were laboring to get down our driveway to...
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