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CROSSLAKE

The meeting will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 4.
Keynote speaker will be Dr. Nick Phelps, assistant professor at the University of Minnesota and director of the Minnesota AIS Research Center. Phelps will provide a report updating AIS research successes and plans and new decision-making initiatives about AIS management.
Crosslake Cares’ “Senior Days & Senior Expo" begins Friday, April 29. The three-day event includes presentations, a 3K walk, restaurant deals, a prom, pickleball, golf and mini-golf, and former WCCO-TV news anchor Don Shelby as the keynote speaker.
The council will discuss items related to the Crosslake Fire Department.

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Make a tax-deductible donation by March 31 to contribute to the food shelf campaign.
Impressive floats, mountains of candy and creative costumes galore — including among the four-legged spectators — came together in an emerald sea that washed over the small city as part of the 48th Annual Crosslake St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Celebration.
After a two-year hiatus, the 48th annual Crosslake St. Patrick's Day Parade & Celebration returns Saturday, March 19.
The victims were located approximately 350 yards from Crow Wing County Highway 16.
The 19th annual WinterFest in Crosslake takes place Thurs.-Sat., Feb. 3-5, 2022. SoupFest is one of many events.
The Crosslake Chamber of Commerce will host the Crosslake WinterFest from Feb. 3-5, including the SoupFest, fireworks display and outdoor activities such as snowmobile Radar Runs.

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A look through the Brainerd Dispatch archives with Terry McCollough combing the microfilm for tidbits of history through the decades going back to 1921.
From 2014-2021, the Crow Wing County Highway Department partnered with several entities to implement stormwater runoff mitigation projects along County Highway 66 and rock riffles structures.
Working in conjunction with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and those familiar with loon rescues, firefighters donned survival suits and carried muskie nets as tools to scoop the bird from the frigid waters.

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