Brainerd High School Mock Crash

  High School proms can lead to underage drinking, drunk driving, distracted driving, and other dangerous activities.  Brainerd High School students received a glimpse of possible consequences at a mock crash today. The Brainerd and Baxter Police Departments, the Brainerd...
Posted On 23 Apr 2014

Little Falls Byron Smith Trial Day 3

Day 3 for the Little Falls man, who’s on trial for killing two teenagers who broke into his home. Emotions were high again after the court heard a longer version of defendant Byron Smith’s audio surveillance of the events of that Thanksgiving afternoon. In the court the jury...

JR0TC Students Volunteer at Beltrami Humane Society

  Bemidji High School students from the JROTC program are making some new, furry friends. After discussing what organizations in the community needed help, the JROTC students chose the Beltrami Humane Society for their service project. The volunteers got to work by cleaning...

New Parking Signs Raise Concerns in Bemidji

  New parking signs are causing new complaints in Bemidji. Police have started enforcing the rules since the beginning of this month. We talked to the authorities to clarify what the regulation really means. In the past, drivers complained that the City’s parking signs at...

Good Food, Good Life, 365 – Beginner’s Green Smoothie

Beginner’s Green Smoothie 1/2 cup coconut milk or almond milk 1/2 cup fresh-squeezed orange juice 1 cup baby spinach leaves 1/2 cup mango chunks (fresh or frozen) 1 banana Put ingredients in blender in order they are listed. Puree until smooth. Makes 1 serving.
Posted On 23 Apr 2014
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Lakeland News – April 22, 2014

Day two of the Little Falls Murder Trial. The courtroom today heard Mr. Smiths audio recorder and the forensic examination. Also tonight, find out how moving the Carnegie Library 17 feet backwards could help save the historic building. And the threat of more pipelines coming to...
Posted On 23 Apr 2014
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