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NISSWA

The words uttered by Fred Heidmann in a verbal confrontation with police officers and whether they meet the threshold for criminal prosecution are at the center of the case.
The Brainerd Jaycees Run for the Lakes was held Saturday.
But in some cases, more white stuff meant fewer customers
Nisswa is proposing to move household recycling and garbage drop-off from its downtown location to a more remote location at the city-owned gravel pit property off Lower Roy Lake Road.

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Nisswa should explore expanding the existing recycling facility rather than constructing a new one.
The public is invited to attend the Brainerd Public Schools’ elementary early childhood building dedications and ribbon cutting ceremonies.
Owners Patsy and Daryl Skiba are working toward retirement. A new retail store is set to open in the large building.
Plans to grow in 2023 are already underway.
Inaugural event around Nisswa and Lake Shore is part of the Cor Powersports professional snowmobile race series

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People gather in Nisswa for 50th anniversary of the Nisswa Winter Jubilee with the theme of “Gnome Sweet Gnome.”
“Gnome Sweet Gnome” is the theme for this year’s Nisswa Winter Jubilee starting Friday, Feb. 18. The three-day event includes activities such as snow sculpting, a medallion hunt, a parade, smoosh racing, a wood-splitting contest, a fishing derby and more.
An ownership change occurred at the start of 2022 with Biff and Katie Ulm taking over from Biff's parents, Mark and Kay Ulm, who bought the downtown Nisswa store in 1989.

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