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An informational session is scheduled for 3-5 p.m. Sunday, April 24, at Heritage Church in Baxter.
As the township officials for the Unorganized Territory previously known as Dean Lake Township, Crow Wing County Board members must eventually act on the petition, having determined Middleton and his ownership partners qualify for the cartway they seek.
Zanna Gray is the office manager Lakes Area Restorative Justice Project and uses her work and her history of addiction to help impact others.
A 2017 study by the state showed roundabouts resulted in an 80% reduction in fatal and serious injury crashes compared to right-angle intersections with signals or signs and a 42% drop in all types of injury crashes at intersections with any kind of roundabout.

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Central Lakes College Theatre Director Patrick Spradlin retires May 17. He will perform in the one-man show "Clarence Darrow" at the college's Brainerd campus starting Thursday, April 21.
Lakes area residents are sharing their stories of second chances and overcoming addiction during April, which is know around the country as Second Chance Month.
Hy-Tec Construction will complete the work for $385,000.
Sandy will begin working as a senior project manager for engineering firm WSB on May 9.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church hired a Cincinnati-based company specializing in bell repair to rebuild the housing last month of its 1875 bell which has not rung in almost a decade after the rope broke. The church at North Seventh and Juniper streets is Brainerd’s oldest church.
Baxter's Joe Derosier works at Mattson Lumber and volunteers at Lakes Area Restorative Justice Project after getting a second chance at life.

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The changes, in effect countywide, mean developers can no longer split shoreland parcels into smaller lots at the land services counter without a more stringent and public process, nor can they seek permits to create walkway systems for residents who otherwise would not have direct access to a lake.
“And I've actually lived and worked within about 3 to 5 miles of my house and my job for all 46 years, which is kind of amazing, to tell you the truth, in a small city like East Gull Lake," Mason said. After career in East Gull Lake, Mason ready to enjoy lakes area life
Griffin estimated a typical year-to-date figure would be 20 to 30 children, and she compared the one placement this year to a time in 2016 or 2017 when 18 youths were removed from their homes within a 72-hour period. In 2018, the number of children outside the home never dropped below 167, with a monthly average of 180 throughout that year.

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