Renee Richardson

Renee Richardson

Managing Editor

Renee Richardson is managing editor at the Brainerd Dispatch. She joined the Brainerd Dispatch in 1996 after earning her bachelor's degree in mass communications in journalism studies at St. Cloud State University.
She writes about business, technology, government, trends and growth. She earned an associate's degree in animal science at the University of Minnesota, Waseca, with an emphasis on horses. She worked in the resort industry in northern Minnesota for years in a number of roles including reservations and office management. She earned an associate in art's degree at what is now Central Lakes College before transferring to SCSU. She reads, writes, kayaks, dabbles at painting, is a terrible tennis player, goes to movies and generally watches a lot of Marvel.
Renee Richardson can be reached at renee.richardson@brainerddispatch.com or by calling 218-855-5852.

Regulations posed obstacles before the pandemic. For some, the question is will it continue even after the pandemic passes. Options for virtual visits, video check-ins, are now more numerous than ever before. For medical providers it has been a way for all types of care and particularly a way to connect with those who deal with anxiety, depression and substance use.
According to Nisswa Fire Chief Shawn Bailey, there were 23 vehicles involved in the crash, including three semitrailers.
By the time the deputies got to the individuals, several had already climbed over the fence and made their way into the construction area, the Northern Lights Task Force stated in a news release.
From digital assistants and video call devices to digital gift cards and fitness subscriptions and gadgets, there are many options for gift giving this holiday.
Young entrepreneurs take a fragmented senior college year, class lessons and create their own party game funded through Kickstarter, which is close to meeting its goal with more than a week left before the deadline.
BRAINERD, Minn. -- Lakes Jam organizers reported Tuesday, May 12, it is now clear going forward with the music event June 24-27 is no longer an option due to recent news from Gov. Tim Walz.
In this period of social distancing there are still ways to not be isolated using technology and video calls to connect whether that's as a family group, as a workplace, business or nonprofit organization. The silver lining may be that there may have never been so many ways to stay in touch with video calls and conferencing.
After the tragedy, Copham said there never really was a thought of not continuing. There have been frustrating days, but Copham said “for the most part I don’t know that I ever considered walking away."