I started my career in photography after graduation from Moorhead State College with photography positions at the Daily News in Wahpeton, ND. , Country Echo in Pequot Lakes, The Journal in New Ulm and settling at the Brainerd Dispatch in 1975. I have been teaching fine art black and white and color photography at Central Lakes College for the past 15 years. Currently I have been teaching Underwater Photography for Central Lakes College and the Minnesota School of Diving for the past 7 years. From May to November you can find me at the Mineland Recreation Area either scuba diving and photographing the fish or enjoying the beauty of our area’s newest lakes.
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Matt Hawkins and Jessica Hanson and their daughter Sophie watch the Christmas in Wadena lighting display Tuesday night at 414 3rd St. SW in Wadena. During the past six years, visitors and friends of Christmas in Wadena have donated 2,028 pounds of food and $6,343.16 to the Wadena County Food Shelf. G. P. Anderson has incorporated high tech computerized programing to match music with the movements of the display. Viewers can turn to 88.1 FM on their radio and enjoy the multimedia show beginning at 5:30 p.m.
A car is upside down in the north ditch along Highway 77 near Cragun's Resort Wednesday night. Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls
Santa listened to April Wolff's requests after his reading of "Twas the Night Before Christmas" Monday at the Children's Library in the Brainerd Library. Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls
Detective Becky (Sherlock) Wohl, president of the Lakes Area Human Resource Association, smiles after reading clues to the crowd at their holiday meeting Thursday at Prairie Bay Restaurant. Gallery Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls Christina (Misty Rainbow) Landree is appalled by an accusation during a murder mystery theater skit at the holiday meeting of the Lakes Area Human Resources Association Thursday at Prairie Bay Restaurant. After bringing food to donate to the Lakes Area Food shelf, the 80 member strong organization entertained their members with the act.
Baxter Elementary teacher Michelle Ruen (left) and Miss Teen Brainerd United States Alexia Patel play a diversity game with third grade students Gabby Wenzel, (left) Madysen Rausch, Lilly Dawson and Ben Mauer at Baxter School Tuesday. Miss Patel talked about diversity and read from a draft of her proposed children's book "Indian Princess". Miss Patel spent the day at the school talking to several classes about diversity and how she embraced her heritage. Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls
Mike Schubert drives his team of Percherons pulling the nativity scene with cousin Andrea Schubert in the Horse 'N Around Harding Christmas Parade Saturday in Harding. The inaugural parade featured horse riders and wagons illuminated for the holidays. Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls Ashley Foust rides Jag in the Horse'N Around Harding Christmas Parade Saturday in Harding. Decorated and illuminated with lights, horse riders and wagons rolled through Harding and back again for the inaugural parade. Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls
Dorian (left) and his dad Tim Ramos pull a freshly cut tree to their vehicle Saturday while Anne carries daughter Arihanna and Jamie Francis walks behind at the H & H Tree Farm on Wetherbee Road south of Brainerd. Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls
Braving the cold wind, Jim Bodell with Holden Electric repairs a semaphore Thursday at the intersection of Highway 3 and Wise Road. Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls
Against the sun, Scott Belisle with the Brainerd Parks and Recreation Department sprays water on one of the hockey rinks Thursday along Mill Avenue in Brainerd. With each application of water and freezing temperatures, coats of fresh ice are build up for the ice skating season. Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls
Doug Simons looks up after working a fish decoy in his dark house on Gull Lake near Government Point Tuesday west of Brainerd. Several spearing and angling houses dot the ice near the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers access. Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls