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Beth Nelson and her daughters stir the beans before serving them to the public. Nelson’s youngest daughter, Maggie, was chosen as Princess Jellybean. Dan Determan / Echo Journal
Bringing Bean Hole Days back to its roots - Area residents honored
23 min 40 sec ago
Dave Williams, who owns property along Pelican Lake, sits at the corner of the table as Crow Wing County Administrator Tim Houle (left) and Commissioners Paul Koering and Paul Thiede listen to Williams' complaints at the Tuesday, July 17, committee of the whole meeting about vacation rentals by owner. Frank Lee / Brainerd Dispatch
Lakefront property owner wants vacation rentals regulated
4 hours 23 min ago
Screen grab from Crow Wing Soil and Water Conservation District website - https://crowwingswcd.org/annual-photo-contest/ - showing the winning 2017 calendar photo contest entry: 'Common Milkweed' by Jennifer Quam.
SWCD to host annual photo contest
5 hours 24 min ago
Clamshell and Bertha Lakes Association to host meeting
5 hours 53 min ago
SUV and deer collide, injuring passenger
6 hours 23 min ago
Crow Wing deputy locates missing Georgia man
6 hours 54 min ago
Echo Journal file photo
Crosslake: Council approves personnel changes
7 hours 24 min ago
Emergency personnel on scene Wednesday, July 11, of a crash involving a passenger car and semitrailer along Highway 371 south of Brainerd. Jennifer Kraus / Brainerd Dispatch file photo
Backus woman dies days after crash with semitrailer
8 hours 24 min ago
July 17, 2018
Left to Right (horse in parenthesis): Tierney Johnson (Mia), Lexa Burich (Misty), Haven Bernatsky (Blossom), Kallie Ryappy (Legend), Amber Hidde (Flashy), Ali Schroer (TuTu), Sophia Satterfield (Dixie), Haley Hins (Christmas) Team photo by Susan Schroer.
Watch 4-H horse team rehearse Wednesday
20 hours 36 min ago
Ideal man dies from felled tree
July 17, 2018 - 8:57am
Echo Journal file photo
Pequot Lakes: August will bring street dance, National Night Out
July 17, 2018 - 8:00am
The Soo Line Trail, south of Remer, has several areas washed out from the heavy rainfall. Authorities encourage people to use extreme caution if they use the trail.  Submitted Photo
Authorities urge extreme caution on washed out Soo Line Trail
July 17, 2018 - 7:00am
Cottage Food Producer Safety Training offered in Brainerd
July 17, 2018 - 5:30am
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Rollover injures 2 in Merrifield
July 17, 2018 - 5:00am
Pillow cleaning services offered in Pequot Lakes
July 17, 2018 - 3:30am