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  • As COVID cases rise among kids, teens targeted for vaccination April 23, 2021
    By Catharine Richert With the expansion of COVID-19 vaccinations to everyone in Minnesota who is 16 and older, parents are racing to find shots for their teenagers. Local public health departments, officials and schools are stepping in to help. Around the state, they’re collaborating to vaccinate a group that’s increasingly behind the worrisome spread of a more […]
    Minnesota Public Radio
  • Wild sign Ryan Hartman to 3-year, $5.1M contract extension April 23, 2021
    ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Wild signed forward Ryan Hartman to a three-year, $5.1 million contract extension Thursday night. Hartman was eligible to become a restricted free agent with arbitration rights this summer. The deal with an average annual value of $1.7 million will give him the most stability he’s had in his NHL career, […]
    Associated Press
  • House OKs tax plan with breaks for some, hikes for others April 23, 2021
    By Brian Bakst With no votes to spare, the Minnesota House passed a bill Thursday that creates a new income tax bracket and provides targeted help to people and businesses financially affected by COVID-19 disruptions. The plan approved on a 68-66 vote — two Democrats joined all Republicans in opposition —  raises almost $1 billion […]
    Minnesota Public Radio

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  • Spring Swing April 23, 2021
    Temperatures in central Minnesota pushed over 60 degrees with a southwest wind Thursday making it pleasant for residents to head outdoors.
  • Weather Drawing: Coloring your world April 23, 2021
    Attention teachers: Don't forget to submit your students' weather drawing to the Brainerd Dispatch, P.O. Box 974, Brainerd, MN, 56401.
  • Mayo study finds colon cancer driven by hereditary gene mutations in 1 in 6 patients April 23, 2021
    The patients with colorectal cancer were part of a larger cohort of 3,000 patients involved in the two-year Interrogating Cancer Etiology Using Proactive Genetic Testing (INTERCEPT) study.
  • Parks and Recreation meeting set for April 27 April 23, 2021
    The Parks and Recreation Board, as noted on the city website, has five members and has control and supervision of all parks and parkways in the city of Brainerd, establishes recreation policy and conducts and supervises rec areas, facilities, services and programs for public recreation.
  • This Was Brainerd - April 23 April 23, 2021
    A look through the Brainerd Dispatch archives with Terry McCollough combing the microfilm for tidbits of history through the decades going back to 1921.

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  • It's not easy being green April 23, 2021
    Indigenous nations can combat climate change by noticing environmental changes, having leadership acting on it and, maybe, by just listening to grandma. “Conservation comes more (naturally) to a Navajo grandma cause she’s always conserved her whole life. They lived through world wars, they know how to not use a lot of things and really hold […]
  • Urban Band Members: May Tribal ID Events Scheduled in Twin Cities, Duluth April 23, 2021
    CASS LAKE, MN- The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Tribal Enrollment Office has announced two upcoming Tribal ID printing events scheduled for mid-May. The first of these events will take place at the Leech Lake Twin Cities Office (2438 27th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN) on Tuesday, May 11, 2021 and Wednesday, May 12, 2021. Staff […]
  • Red Lake Lady Warriors advance in Section 8A with 91-67 win over Clearbrook-Gonvick Bears - P25 April 23, 2021
    RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors hosted Clearbrook Gonvick on Friday, March 19, 2021, and although the Bears had some scoring runs, once the Lady Warriors got going, it was hard for them to gain any ground. Red Lake led at the half 37-23 and didn't let up, as they racked up […]
  • A Totem Pole Carved by Lummi Nation Citizens As a Gift for Biden Prepares for Epic Journey to Washington April 23, 2021
    BELLINGHAM, Wash. - A 24-foot totem pole carved by Lummi Nation tribal members is getting its finishing touches this week before embarking on a cross country journey-deemed the Red Road to D.C.- from Washington state to Washington D.C. next month as a gift to the Biden administration. Along the way, the pole will make stops-accompanied […]
  • Earth Day: The Importance of Native Graduates in Environmental Studies and Green Collar Jobs April 23, 2021
    People across the nation will be celebrating Earth Day this Thursday, April 22. But for Tribal communities, Earth Day is year-round. The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) provides Tribal colleges and universities and their students study and internship opportunities that allow them to make a deeper impact on the environmental health of their […]

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  • Minneapolis Park Board kicks out Minnesota State Patrol, will not allow officers to use board headquarters April 23, 2021
    The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board voted Wednesday to kick the Minnesota State Patrol out of the board’s headquarters building. Under an agreement formed in 2012 and maintained since then, the Minneapolis Park Board allowed Minnesota State Patrol officers to use space at 2117 West River Road North in Minneapolis as a rest area or […]
    Rose Williams
  • Minnesota college requires teachers to attend segregated anti-racism trainings each month April 23, 2021
    All faculty and staff at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, are now required to participate in monthly anti-racism training sessions that are segregated by race. According to The College Fix, the training seminars consist of monthly “community-wide events” which are followed by small group sessions called “affinity-group meetings.” The latter are divided along racial lines […]
    Anthony Gockowski
  • House Democrats pass legislation that would make Washington, D.C. nation’s 51st state April 22, 2021
    (The Center Square) — Democrats in the House of Representatives passed legislation Thursday that would make Washington, D.C. the 51st state in the union, a move that would almost certainly strengthen the Democrats’ Senate majority and bolster their ranks in the House. The bill passed, 216-208, without any Republican support. A Rasmussen poll released in March […]
    Casey Harper
  • Whites told to watch their ‘volume, pace, and movements’ in George Floyd Square  April 22, 2021
    A sign posted near the entrance to George Floyd Square advises white people to watch their “volume, pace, and movements” when visiting the memorial site. “Decenter yourself and come to listen, learn, mourn, and witness. Remember you are here to support, not to be supported,” says a list of instructions for “white people in particular,” […]
    Anthony Gockowski
  • Protesters celebrated Chauvin verdict by attacking a semi-truck April 22, 2021
    Protesters in Minneapolis jumped on the cab of a semi-truck and pounded on the windows after the truck apparently attempted to drive through an intersection blocked by demonstrators. Following the verdict of Derek Chauvin being read in court Tuesday, protesters took to the streets of Minneapolis to celebrate and continue their protests of police brutality. […]
    Rose Williams

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  • Cramer, others press CDC for answers about children’s mask mandate April 23, 2021
    WASHINGTON (KVRR) – Sen. Kevin Cramer co-signed a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention asking why children as young as two should be required to wear face masks. According to the letter signed by 32 members of the House and Senate, the requirement has led to “serious consequences for some Americans.” “Multiple […]
    Jim Monk
  • New York Mills Student Visit the KVRR Weather Center Virtually April 23, 2021
    Some young budding Meteorologist got to ask questions of our own chief. Kindergarteners from Mr. Krebs’ class in New York Mills, Zoomed into the KVRR Weather Center to get a virtual tour and talk with Chief Meteorologist Rob Kupec. Besides the tour, the kids asked lots of questions about clouds, learned about weather balloons and […]
    Rob Kupec
  • Central Cass Softball’s 14-Run First Too Much for Northern Cass April 23, 2021
    CASSELTON, N.D — Central Cass softball stays undefeated on the season with a 24-2 win over Northern Cass. The Squirrels jumped out to a 14-run lead in the first and never looked back not giving up a run until the third. Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Central Cass Squirrels, Central Cass Squirrels Softball, […]
    Nick Couzin
  • Kindred’s Early Scoring Barrage Lifts Them To Softball Win April 23, 2021
    KINDRED, ND (KVRR) – The Kindred Vikings softball took down Enderlin, 13-2 at home. It’s their third win in four games this season. They visit Minot Jamboree on Friday. Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Kindred Vikings Softball, ND Class B Softball, NDHSAA Softball
    Jackson Roberts
  • NDSU Defense Focusing in on Eastern Washington QB Barriere April 23, 2021
    FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota state defense has its work cut out for them on Saturday having to stop the Big Sky player of the year and dual threat quarterback Eric Barriere. The Bison saw the Walter Payton award finalist in the 2019 national title game his first full season as a starter. Now […]
    Nick Couzin
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