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Listen: 1 dead, 1 arrested after investigation north of Brainerd

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The "Brainerd Dispatch Minute" offers listeners the opportunity to get caught up on the top lakes area headlines and more in a podcast produced Monday through Friday.

Here is your Brainerd Dispatch Minute podcast for Friday, April 29, 2022.

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Crow Wing County Sheriff Scott Goddard said the individuals were known to one another. Currently, Smith Road will remain closed to through traffic at Legionville Road for the investigation.
Lee Britt, a weather service meteorologist in Duluth, said rain was expected to begin Thursday afternoon, April 28, followed by a slow-moving low-pressure system creeping into the area Friday.
Northern Minnesota trees were hit especially hard in 2021 when the area set records in temperature and below average rainfall — and trees will be affected for years to come.
Candy Kylochko is grateful for her 25th chance at life.
Brainerd Warriors hosted the Willmar Cardinals
Brainerd hosts St. Cloud April 28
Brainerd played at St. Cloud Country Club.
Brainerd at St. Cloud Tech April 28
Brainerd faced St. Cloud Crush.
A look through the Brainerd Dispatch archives with Terry McCollough combing the microfilm for tidbits of history through the decades going back to 1922.

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If allowed, alcohol sales and consumption would be limited to permitted events in the parks.
Presenting will be a panel of Upward Bound Program students and staff and Sociology instructor Scott Foster, who were part of a trip last summer that looked at the U.S. Civil Rights Trail.