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.
ST. PAUL—Following 17 public meetings that engaged over 1,500 farmers, landowners and other Minnesotans in conversations across the state, Gov. Mark Dayton and Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner Dave Frederickson proposed a new groundwater protection measure. The proposal, which is based on the input of the farmers and landowners who the rule would apply to, would help reduce elevated nitrate levels in groundwater and ensure more Minnesota residents have clean, safe, reliable drinking water supplies, a news release stated.
Question: I do a lot of local driving for work, and every day I see an abundance of vehicles that roll through stops. This happens most frequently in a "right on red" situation. I have seen many near misses by vehicles rolling through a "right on red". I was just wondering what our State law requires of us to do at stop signs/red lights.
For almost a century, the Brainerd water tower has stood as an iconic beacon of the city. The Brainerd Public Library is seeking to immortalize the structure at Washington and Sixth streets by asking residents to make art in its honor. The library invited area residents ages 13 and older to submit a canvas art piece inspired by the water tower. Entries will be on display in the library during the spring months, and 10 winners will be chosen by a panel of local artists.
Looking for a new job or interested in a career change and want to be able to hand a prospective employer a resume? The upcoming 2018 Brainerd Lakes Community Job Fair will provide an opportunity to meet employers who are seeking new employees and to see who is hiring. This event is planned 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 4 at Central Lakes College and is presented by Rural Minnesota Concentrated Employment Program, also known as Rural Minnesota CEP.
Brainerd School Board Meets 6 p.m. Monday Washington Educational Services Building 804 Oak St., Brainerd 1. Call the meeting to order and roll call 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Approval of the agenda as presented / amended 4. Public Meeting for the discussion and review of the Review and Comment on the School Construction Proposal of the Brainerd Public Schools, ISD #181 as per Minnesota State Statute § 123B.71. - Laine Larson, Steve Lund, Dave Bergeron, Kevin Warmuth, Greg Crowe 5. Public Input 6. District Recognition
Crow Wing County maintenance crews will continue brush and tree removal in the road right of ways on County Road 159 in Oak Lawn Township, between North Nelson Road and Highway 18, and on County Highway 18 in Nisswa and Lake Edward Township, between County Highway 4 and Highway 371. County crews will begin brushing activities on County Highway 77 in Unorganized Territory, First Assessment District, between Highway 371 and the Cass-Crow Wing County line. Chipping of smaller brush will take place at the site. Crews will cut and place larger trees at the
CROSSLAKE—There will be a special Crosslake City Council meeting 6 p.m. April 9 at city hall for review and acceptance of the audit of the 2017 financial statements.
The Brainerd Public Library will offer three free writing workshops in April and May led by local authors and sisters Angela Foster and Candace Simar. Each workshop will cover a different skill set, so writers may take one, two or all three. All workshops will be in the large meeting room of the library. Registration is requested by calling the library at 218-829-5574 or online at www.tinyurl.com/brainerd-library-calendar .
Gull Lake Sailing School is launching a Brainerd High School Sailing Team for Brainerd area high school and junior high school students. The club team will host an informational meeting for interested students and their parents at 3:20 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at BHS.