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EVERYDAY PEOPLE

Forensic psychologist Frank F. Weber’s latest true-crime thriller, “Black and Blue,” is about the search for the killer of 19-year-old Sadie Sullivan. The Pierz resident will speak at Roundhouse Brewery in Nisswa and sign books at CatTale's Books & Gifts in downtown Brainerd.
Talking with friends and family everyone had the same thing to say, Lynnie Loucks went through life with one goal, making everyone's day better.
News of Kelsey’s pregnancy surprised the couple for more than one reason. They were in the midst of preparing to become empty nesters when 18-year-old Karlie left home for North Dakota to play Jimmies volleyball for the University of Jamestown on a scholarship. And 14 years into their relationship, Kelsey and Shane thought they were past the idea of growing their family.
You hate to admit but mom was right — about everything. Brainerd lakes area residents and those from the area reflect for Mother’s Day on the words of wisdom their mothers shared and the advice their moms gave that seemed laughable, dubious or incredulous — at least at first.

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Lorna Klefsaas gave her son Sivert $1,800 to stay off social media until he was 18. And he did.
Mother's Day is Sunday, May 8. Moms have always had something to say about their children -- and to them.
Benjamin Guida, Eddie Montiel and Mason Noor of Scout Troop 43 received the Eagle Scout Award in a special ceremony Saturday, April 30, at Trinity Lutheran Church
Coffee with the great danes
Candy Kylochko is grateful for her 25th chance at life.
Zanna Gray is the office manager Lakes Area Restorative Justice Project and uses her work and her history of addiction to help impact others.

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Highway department worker is all smiles while working in the rain.
Baxter's Joe Derosier works at Mattson Lumber and volunteers at Lakes Area Restorative Justice Project after getting a second chance at life.
Jesse Jones tells his story of second chances and hope when all seems lost.

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