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CROW WING COUNTY

The Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office responded to the crash, reported at 4:42 p.m. in Nokay Lake Township, east of Brainerd.
Christopher Endicott was sentenced in 2019 to eight years in prison for identity theft, stalking and burglary. He was being held in the Brainerd jail on a Minnesota Department of Corrections warrant.
Members cite confidence in system, desire to prove it
Christopher Jerome Endicott, 53, who was sentenced in 2019 to eight years in prison for identity theft, stalking and burglary, was found unresponsive in his cell in the Brainerd jail. Lifesaving measures were unsuccessful.

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“I think I made a mistake by not getting vaccinated,” Paul Koering said during an emotional phone interview Nov. 10.
Pat Gaertner is one of more than 40 Crow Wing County residents who’ve successfully earned veteran or survivor benefits through an expansion of eligibility due to exposure to the tactical herbicide Agent Orange, granted in the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2019.
The manager of emergency and ambulance services at Cuyuna Regional Medical Center doesn’t want to rely so heavily on luck and good Samaritans to provide medical care to cyclists using the trail system, should they need it. He said from the time his crew received the call for service until they loaded the injured cyclist to be airlifted, three hours passed.
Crow Wing County's public health head said community cooperation with mitigation efforts and vaccinations in necessary to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the lakes area — and vaccine misinformation is driving some people's resistance to getting inoculated.
The trail would connect the communities of Wahkon, Isle, Malmo, Garrison and Vineland. Along the way, paddlers could explore numerous bays, islands, wildlife sanctuaries, state parks and undisturbed public beaches.
A spokesperson with the Iowa National Guard disputed Brig. Gen. Kruse's description of events, saying there were just 15 COVID-19-positive soldiers sent back to Iowa from Minnesota during the June training.

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A recent conflict in Crow Wing County highlights the tension between all-terrain vehicle use and wildlife habitat conservation efforts.
The precaution was based on a COVID-19 model developed last month by a team at the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health that predicted between 50,000 and 55,000 deaths statewide
“I’ve always been struck by her passion and commitment to the democratic process, to be willing to continue to serve as an election judge all these years," said Deborah Erickson, county elections head.

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