Need to be motivated to start the week off on a healthy note? Just try one or more of three things to start the week off on the right path. 1. Contact lens wearers who find themselves waking up with their contacts still in may find they face more than bloodshot or extra dry eyes. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes sleeping with contacts left in raises the risk for infection whether people leave contacts in overnight or during naps or falling asleep. Infections can lead to vision loss, abrasions or dry eye issues.
ST. CLOUD—Ashley Kimman won the high jump and finished third in the long jump and the Pierz 4x100 meter relay also won to lead the Pioneers girls to first place in the Central Minnesota Conference indoor meet Friday, March 22. The Pierz boys placed second as they won three of the four relays. Jacob Andres won the 3200 run and Alex Gross won the long jump with an 18-foot-10 effort and was second in the 200 dash. Zachary Becker finished second in the 55 hurdles.
Pool Women's Country League March 20 results Jr's Junction 10, O'Neary's Chicks 6 Green Lantern I 8, Oak Lawn Tavern 8 St Mathias Bar 10, Pit Stop 6 Green Lantern II 9, O'Neary's Cue T's 7 Standings 1-Oak Lawn 204 2-St Mathias Bar 204 3-O'Neary's Cue T's 185 4-Pit Stop 160 5-Green Lantern I 150 6-O'Neary's Chicks 146 7-Green Lantern II 116 8-Jr's Junction 109
The Wolves winless ways continued as they were eliminated from the YMCA men's basketball league playoffs with a 54-42 loss to Kurilla Real Estate. Tom Nicol led Kurilla with 14 points and seven rebounds. Cody Christenson added 14 points and five boards. Cabe Chips and Hayden Brooks each scored 15 for the Wolves. Kurilla then eliminated itself by forfeiting to No. 5 seeded 9th St. Social Club.
Brainerd Parks and Recreation Meets 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 Brainerd City Hall Conference Room Call to Order I. Additions to Agenda A. Consent Calendar (NOTICE TO PUBLIC) — All matters listed are considered routine by the Board and will be enacted by one (1) motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless good cause is shown prior to the time the Board votes on the motion to adopt. A. Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting held February 26, 2019
WADENA—Tri-County Health Care has been a long-standing healthcare leader in< Wadena, Todd, and Otter Tail counties, serving patients starting in 1925 with the Wesley Hospital and later adding a new facility and clinics in Wadena and five additional towns. Tri-County Health Care belongs to its three-county region. It believes its patients deserve a facility that is as strong as the community in which it is located and reflects the quality of care they receive.
Small Business Solutions Roundtable April 25 at Jack Pine Brewery BAXTER—Small business owners and entrepreneurs are invited to attend the "Open for Business" Small Business Solutions Roundtable from 5:30-7 p.m. April 25 at Jack Pine Brewery in Baxter. LPL Financial adviser Christian Barnett, certified financial planner, will lead a roundtable discussion on the following topics critical to the longevity of small business success: • Retirement plans, • Insurance plans, • Cash management services, • Personal wealth management.
The Brainerd Veterans of Foreign Wars Post serves needy veterans, their families and the community with more than $200,000 per year of charitable contributions. This includes sponsoring two VFW baseball teams, a Bantam AA Hockey Team, Brainerd Warrior trap shooting team, Brainerd Warrior Robotics, Brainerd July Fourth Parade, the American Cancer Society, Parker Scout Camp, Initiative Foundation, Special Olympics Minnesota, Pillager Schools Fishing Club and much more.
Crow Wing County maintenance crews will address roadway water issues, including frozen culverts and catch basins, throughout the week. Guardrail repairs will take place Monday, March 25, and Tuesday on the County Highway 31 bridge north of Cuyuna. Crews will perform brushing, limb trimming and tree removal activities in the road right of way throughout the week on County Highway 22 in Long Lake Township, near South Long Lake.
LITTLE FALLS—A culinary cook-off in May pits three central Minnesota chefs against each other in an intense kitchen showdown. This will be the second year Sprout has produced the live entertainment, which resembles the popular Food Network show "Chopped." Representing their home kitchens in Pillager, Brainerd, and New London/St. Joseph, each competing chef has expressed confidence in their skills to accept the culinary challenge of Minced: The Finer Version of Chopped, taking place 5-9 p.m. May 10, at Sprout, 609 13th Ave. NE, in Little Falls.