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Dawn Maucieri and her brother Tony Maucieri Jr. run Maucieri's Italian Bistro in Crosslake
Inhaled treatment will be topic of discussion
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Local 284 represents the school district’s support staff, including office workers, custodians, food service workers and paraprofessionals
Northern Brainerd lakes area students honored for academics

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Thursday, Dec. 15

  • Club Q shooting survivors tell Congress that anti-LGBTQ rhetoric encourages violence in the United States.
  • No Christmas ceasefire in Ukraine.
  • Sandy Hook remembered 10 years later.
  • Carlos Correa’s tenure as a Minnesota Twin is just one season as the shortstop agrees to a mega-deal with the San Francisco Giants.

Friday, Dec. 16


  • Senate sets first vote on funding bill.
  • Documents related to JFK assassination released.
  • Biden administration offers U.S. households more free COVID-19 tests for winter.

Saturday, Dec. 17

  • Brittney Griner says she will advocate for Americans detained abroad and will resume her basketball career.
  • Opposition to school vaccine mandates rose during the epidemic.
  • Botched U.S. executions reach record high.

Sunday, Dec. 18

  • Vikings complete greatest comeback in NFL history, defeat Colts 39-36.
  • Elon Musk restores journalists’ Twitter accounts.
  • Croatia edges Morocco to clinch third place in the World Cup.

Monday, Dec. 19

  • “Avatar” sequel opens shy of forecasts.
  • NFL roundup of Sunday games, and more on the Vikings’ historic win.
  • Argentina beats France in a shootout to win soccer’s World Cup.

Tuesday, Dec. 20

  • A first in U.S. history: Jan. 6 panel’s criminal referral of ex-president Trump is unprecedented.
  • China’s COVID-19 toll is a concern for the world.
  • Elon Musk’s poll results: Step down as Twitter CEO.

Wednesday, Dec. 21

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