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Driver charged in fatal boat crash on Devils Lake that killed Detroit Lakes woman
Man identified in suspicious death; case still under investigation
Lengby man sentenced in DL assault
Lake Park-Audubon may add high school robotics and youth archery teams
DL woman accused of being fugitive from justice
Laker tennis gains experience at opening invite
Sophomore QB Studsrud gets UND starting nod
DL near top 10 in first football poll
Wimmer takes over DL volleyball program
412 BMX results
Audubon native becomes Holmes Theatre's new marketing director
It's a boy!
DL's Herman receives MSUM scholarship
If earnings are over SSA benefit limit, update your estimate online ASAP
Friends & Neighbors
Lakeland Hospice Bike Ride stays strong
M State wins award for welding trailer
He built it, they came: Dion’s Dangerzone expands into new gym
EnVision Salon opens in Detroit Lakes
Getting your home ready to sell
John Kay, Steppenwolf coming to Shooting Star this Friday
'Bible Bingo' to be presented at Walker's Minnesota Folklore Theatre
Travel the Silk Road at Minnesota Renaissance Festival this weekend
Sagebrush, Hardwood Groove set for 'Music on the Mountain' this Friday
Happenings this week
‘Trump Wall’ will also keep us in, not just others out
I got the end of summer blues
Thankfully, road construction season is winding down
School lunches: Be food conscientious
On voting...and not voting
Recording of natural history can often lead to ‘discoveries’
Cool weather may mean early fall, transition period
Deer lottery application deadline is Sept. 10
You’ll never forget the first time you see a ruddy duck
Info meetings set for DNR’s northern pike proposal
Local artist creates one-of-a-kind public art sculpture for DL Library
What is your top food pick from the Minnesota State Fair?
High court gives Minnesota Republicans pair of amendment wins
Minnesotans' Nov. 6 ballots will show two proposed constitutional amendments with the titles the Republican-controlled Legislature wanted. Four...
August 28, 2012 - 8:53am
November 5, 2008
Outdoors, arts amendment backers declare victory
ST. PAUL - Supporters of a proposal to raise taxes to fund outdoors and arts programs celebrated victory early this morning. With most voted counted, 55.7 percent of Minnesota's voters had supported a constitutional amendment to raise the state sales tax 0.375 percent to fund outdoors...
News / outdoors
November 5, 2008 - 12:00am
October 20, 2008
Outdoors and arts ballot measure's merits debated
DULUTH -- Voters who support a Nov. 4 ballot measure either will be mucking up the Minnesota Constitution or pledging to pay for cleaner water...
News / outdoors
October 20, 2008 - 12:00am
October 6, 2008
Constitutional amendment would raise money for outdoors, arts programs
ST. PAUL -- Most Minnesotans agree the state's water needs to be cleaned up. They support parks, trails and the wide variety of arts programs...
October 6, 2008 - 12:00am
September 16, 2008
Vote Yes Minnesota opponents speaking out
ST. PAUL - The Vote Yes Minnesota for an $11 Billion sales tax increase campaign recently released their fundraising numbers through the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board. The Vote Yes campaign raised $2,386,228.04 while having spent $546,746.69 on the tax...
September 16, 2008 - 12:00am
August 23, 2008
Tribue Editorial: If you love clean lakes, support this amendment
If you love clean lakes, you should support the Clean Water, Wildlife and Legacy Amendment to the state constitution. If passed, the measure will raise the state sales tax three-eighths of one percent to fund various environmental and cultural programs. Minnesota Deer Hunters...
August 23, 2008 - 12:00am
May 28, 2008
Outdoor enthusiasts kick off 'Vote Yes' sales tax campaign
Minnesotans worried about the future of the state's natural resources and its cultural institutions will pay more to protect them, predicted advocates of a constitutional amendment directing new tax revenue to those areas. Appearing at a picturesque lakeside park southwest of Minneapolis,...
May 28, 2008 - 12:00am
February 18, 2008
Minnesota voters to decide where state sales tax goes
Minnesota voters will now take control of a decade-old proposal to send a portion of state sales tax to outdoors, environment and arts programs now that Minnesota legislators approved it. After 10 years of failures, lawmakers Thursday easily passed a constitutional amendment to...
News / outdoors
February 18, 2008 - 12:00am