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NISSWA — Methamphetamines continues to be an ongoing problem in Crow Wing County and the Lakes Area Drug Investigative Division (LADID) brought it to the forefront Thursday during a Methamphetamine Community Awareness presentation at the Nisswa Lions Community Center. “There is more methamphetamines in Crow Wing County than ever,” said Sgt. Joe Meyer, of the Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Department, and commander of the LADID, who led the presentation where about a half-dozen people attended.
How many sit-ups can you do in a minute? Or can you swing the Hula Hoop around your waist for a minute? These activities — among others — were put to the test Wednesday during an event sponsored by the Brainerd School District Community Education’s Youth Connection program that consists of KinderClub, Fun ‘N’ Friends and Senior Leaders.
Little Falls Superintendent Curt Tryggestad has accepted the position as the new superintendent of Eden Prairie Schools. The Eden Prairie School Board Friday unanimously voted to name Tryggestad as the new superintendent, contingent upon finalizing the contract, the Star Tribune reported.
A 46-year-old Nisswa area man — who was arrested Wednesday following a report of a physical domestic at a residence near Lake Hubert in Lake Edward Township — was charged Friday in Crow Wing County District Court with two counts of assault and one count of domestic assault.
It’s time to practice that golf swing as spring weather has made its presence in the Brainerd lakes area in the past weeks, and an event Saturday will help golfers — or anyone for that matter — do just that.
NISSWA — A 46-year-old Nisswa area man was arrested Wednesday following a report of a physical domestic at a residence near Lake Hubert in Lake Edward Township where the man was armed with a hand gun. Members of the Crow Wing County Sheriff Tactical Team had to talk the man down. Formal charges are pending against Mark Anthony Mundem with the Crow Wing County attorney’s office for fifth-degree assault, disorderly conduct and second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon.
It’s been more than 30 years since the band Daybreak has played together in the Brainerd lakes area. That will all change when Daybreak band members — Jim Hanson, Dick Wilt and Leisha Tietz — come together once again to hit the stage at 7 p.m. Saturday to perform at the newly remodeled Bar Harbor in Lake Shore.
NISSWA — The suspect in the physical domestic near Lake Hubert that led to a segment of County Road 13 being closed early Wednesday was in custody at 9:50 a.m. Wednesday, Crow Wing County Sheriff Todd Dahl said. Dahl said he was not sure whether charges would be filed in the incident. He said he would issue a news release Wednesday after talking with the Crow Wing County attorney. The Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office responded to a physical domestic Wednesday morning at a home off County Road 137, not far from County Road 13 near Nisswa.
NISSWA — The Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office responded to a physical domestic Wednesday morning at a home off County Road 137, not far from County Road 13 near Nisswa. Sheriff Todd Dahl said, while on scene, when deputies arrived to the residence they met an individual with a hand gun. Dahl said deputies were able to get the female out of the home and she was transported to a hospital. Dahl did not know the extent of the woman’s injuries. Dahl said that the man — at around 8:30 a.m. Wednesday — was in the home and deputies were working on getting the man in custody.
A 25-year-old Pillager man was charged Tuesday in Cass County District Court with first- and third-degree felony assault after he allegedly assaulted a 22-year-old Pine River man Sunday. William R. Kassulker, who paid his bail/bond to be released from jail, will have his next court hearing at 1 p.m. Monday.