Listen: Committee begins work to find safe ATV route to Cuyuna lakes area cities

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Here is your Brainerd Dispatch Minute podcast for Thursday, June 9, 2022.

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The trail’s proximity to the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area — home to 50 miles of single-track mountain bike trails managed by the DNR and closed to motorized use — adds a layer of potential controversy.
The Jenkins mayor said he’s running for the board because he believes Crow Wing County is a great place to live, raise a family, have a business and enjoy the area’s phenomenal natural resources.
Brainerd Community and College Channel will be available on cable, online and through other means.
The Minnesota Raptor Center had received nearly 200 birds with confirmed bird flu but only a single owl survived.
The two witnesses at the first hearing — U.S. Capitol Police Officer Caroline Edwards and filmmaker Nick Quested — will both focus on the violence of the Jan. 6 assault.
8 area schools will compete in state track
Little Falls competed in the Section 8-3A Championship game.
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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