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The staff of the MANNA Food Co-op includes (from left) Wendy Gordon, Trudi Goodspeed, Luke Pfeifer, Sarah Martinson and Katerina Barnard. The store at 805 Barbara Ave. is now open seven days a week. (Vicki Gerdes/Tribune)
It's go-time at MANNA: Local food co-op opens after two years of work
2 hours 38 min ago
September 22, 2017
Show your Laker Pride!
14 hours 28 min ago
Ponsford man sentenced for using stolen credit card
14 hours 51 min ago
The Graystone Plaza used to be a hotel with 60 rooms when it was originally built. Kaysey Price/Tribune
Happy hundredth! Graystone Plaza celebrates centennial with tours, history, and a barbershop quartet
19 hours 39 min ago
Happenings
19 hours 42 min ago
Man gets prison for fleeing police officers
21 hours 10 min ago
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Jury trial canceled in horse starvation case, plea hearing set
21 hours 15 min ago
This dog rescued from Texas was all smiles Thursday at the Humane Society of the Lakes shelter. Kaysey Price/Tribune
From Texas to Minnesota, with love: DL Humane Society shelter takes in dogs to help in hurricane crisis
21 hours 27 min ago
September 21, 2017
Patrick Kennedy, son of Ted Kennedy and nephew of JFK, talked Thursday at the Minnesota Hospital Association Annual Meeting at Madden’s Resort on Gull Lake. Kennedy, a recovering drug addict, has dedicated his life to helping people with mental health and chemical addiction problems. Steve Kohls/ Forum News Serviceplay button
Mental health brings a Kennedy to Minnesota, and he's not happy about state of affairs
September 21, 2017 - 8:55pm
NOAA says warmer start to winter, but La Nina could bring cold, snow later
September 21, 2017 - 6:37pm
MnDOT reminds farm equipment haulers to not remove signs at rail crossings
September 21, 2017 - 1:38pm
Happenings
September 21, 2017 - 12:29pm
DL woman sentenced for marijuana wax
September 21, 2017 - 9:14am
DL man gets rude awakening when deputy finds meth
September 21, 2017 - 8:48am
Though the Detroit Lakes School District is struggling with an achievement gap due to a high number of special-needs students and students receiving free-and-reduced lunch, they're still testing well, just slightly below state average. Photo courtesy of Creative Commons
Testing...testing...1, 2, 3: DL schools facing tough achievement gap
September 21, 2017 - 8:31am