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After losing her parents, Janelle Gates honored their memory by turning their house into a sober home to help those on their recovery journey.
Sheyla Scholl was invited to Washington, D.C. in August to see the president sign the PACT Act, which extends medical benefits for veterans.
Sarah Meyer, 13, of Baxter will appear on the big screens of New York City’s Times Square on the morning of Saturday, Sept. 17, as part of the annual National Down Syndrome Society video presentation that will also be livestreamed. Her family will be at the iconic tourist attraction, too.
Egon Overgaard is using his trip as an opportunity to raise money for a solar array project at Salem Lutheran Church in Longville.
Photos of people eating ice cream while avoiding the rain.
A public dedication ceremony by the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Camp No. 56 will take place Aug. 27 at Evergreen Cemetery in Brainerd to honor Union Pvt. Elias Fenstermacher, the last Civil War veteran buried in Crow Wing County. He died in 1948 at the age of 97.

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Those who knew Hunter beyond the controversial headlines will remember him for much more: his natural desire to help anyone in need, wise and well-placed advice, corny jokes and an abiding love for his city and its future.
The last Civil War veteran buried in Crow Wing County will be honored in a public ceremony at a Brainerd cemetery.
Dean and Briana Visser own the Benville Equestrian Center near Pequot Lakes and are the 2022 Crow Wing County Farm Family of the Year. Benvelle Equestrian Center provides boarding opportunities for horses as well as education for both horse and rider.

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