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Haire impresses at UMC spring game
Smith selected to NCAA Regionals
Lakers move up to No. 8 in Class AAA
Roth earns all-tournament honors at Summit Championship
Norman County West in danger of losing fall and winter sports
She gave 'er a good run...: Firehose used to fight 1914 fire finds new home at Becker County Museum
It's National Stress Awareness Month: Take some time to unwind
LCRC, Kinship adopt a highway: 'Kick Off Cleanup' held on Earth Day
A feast of visual delights: Detroit Lakes Art Crawl makes a crowd-pleasing debut
Social Security in plain language
Friends & Neighbors
'It was time to pass the baton': Dean's Country Market in Perham, NY Mills sold to Central Market owners
MN gas prices down since last week
SJE-Rhombus receives chapter 2017 ESOP Company of the Year award
‘It was time to pass the baton’: Dean’s Country Market in Perham, NY Mills sold to Central Market owners
Midwest Workwear has new store manager
Rosanne Cash coming to Holmes Theatre May 5
Canine lovers, take note: National Puppy Day is almost here
A night dressed in neon: Holmes Theatre's Motion fundraiser to feature Post Traumatic Funk Syndrome
It's Shakespeare... with an apocalyptic twist: Detroit Lakes High School's spring play views British history through a zombie-infested lens
Column: Mosquitoes sometimes more than just annoying: Insect's bite can transmit malaria, which is fatal if left untreated
Janice L. Herman
Neil Daniel "Peel" Englund
Edward DaWaine Sawyer
Willow Skye Forsberg
Lynn Hummel column: The spirit of Johnny Appleseed
Paula Quam column: A humble hello, a heavy-hearted goodbye
Letter: War with North Korea would be a big mistake
Other Opinions: It's working, don't give up on effort to clean up Great Lakes
Letter: Doctors are on your side, elected officials should be, too
Column: Whistling past the graveyard--wood ducks make big comeback
Brad Laabs column: Enjoy hunting panfish until 'fishing opener' May 12
Brad Laabs column: Ice is gone, get ready to launch your boat
Outdoors column: Wild turkeys are a Minnesota success story
Blane Klemek column: Little bird that could: the northern saw-whet owl
Consume those leafy greens for a healthy body
You've gotta have faith: Christian filmmakers start up business, teaching academy in rural Audubon
My Christmas in Denmark: Different traditions, same feel
Late arrival for New Year's baby: First birth of 2017 at Essentia Health-St. Mary's is Azyloh Roberts
DLHS named 'Safe Sports School'
Pine to Palm
April 12, 2017
White Earth Tribal and Community College offers free summer courses
White Earth Tribal and Community College (WETCC) is offering tuition free courses this summer to all students--traditional and nontraditional, Native and Non-Native.
April 12, 2017 - 11:37am
September 21, 2016
Leaving home--love isn't always spoken
For the past month many families have been going through the awkward, painful process of sending a child off to college for the first time. Whether that child is a boy or a girl can make a big difference. Norman Rockwell seemed to understand. Rockwell (1894 - 1978) was an American...
September 21, 2016 - 8:49am
August 24, 2016
All MN students now taking ACTs
Cheers to Minnesota's new emphasis on encouraging all high school students to take the ACT college entrance exams. New data shows that virtually all of Minnesota's high school graduating class of 2016 took the ACT college entrance exam as an 11th or 12th grader. In total, 64,145 students...
August 24, 2016 - 10:35am
May 29, 2016
Some high school students graduate with college degrees
When Kyra Vagle walked across the Detroit Lakes graduation stage last night she wasn’t just receiving her high school diploma; Vagle was also...
May 29, 2016 - 5:25am
May 6, 2016
Don’t just let college choose you, you should choose it
My college search started when I was in seventh grade. I thought that I wanted to go into agricultural science, as that was the field my parents went into, and NDSU was my top choice. That idea changed pretty quickly, and soon I was a freshman who frequently looked up information...
May 6, 2016 - 5:00am
January 7, 2016
College-bound? Here’s how to get organized
Preparing your kids for college isn’t just about the money you’ve put aside for tuition, room and board. It’s about making deadlines, making the right choices and making sure your teen has the proper life and money skills to make college a success. Consider a college-planning...
January 7, 2016 - 5:20am
November 1, 2015
Changes to college in the classroom proposed
New qualifications proposed by the Higher Learning Commission could make it more difficult for high school teachers to teach college courses, and that has Park Rapids administrators concerned. As part of the qualification changes the state is pushing to require all high school...
November 1, 2015 - 5:15am
October 28, 2015
M State has added new programs, learning opportunities
Expanded access is translating into improving success – and that goes for students, the community and staff of M State. “We provide an...
October 28, 2015 - 11:09am
September 22, 2015
College-credit classes in high schools in jeopardy after new regulations
The popular program that allows students to earn college credits while still physically attending high school is in jeopardy of being crippled, due to a new regulation enacted this year. The Higher Learning Commission, the organization charged with accrediting colleges and universities...
September 22, 2015 - 8:31am
May 27, 2015
Helping high school graduates decide on a career
Yes, it’s hard as a senior to try and pick a career that you will still be interested in 20 years down the road. But, it’s also difficult as a parent to guide those seniors in the right direction — without too much pressure. This is the third and final installment in a series...
May 27, 2015 - 12:15pm
May 20, 2015
Pressure to decide life's calling at 18
How many people can say that at age 40 or 50 they are working in the career field they imagined at 18? Probably not a lot. And if they are, how many are truly happy with their decision. Or think that maybe they should have headed down a different path. But, making that life-altering...
May 20, 2015 - 1:00pm
May 3, 2015
M-State ranks top 10 nationally for successful students
How do graduates of Minnesota State Community and Technical College fare financially in their careers? Very well, according to a study that considered the “value-added” by degrees from two- and four-year colleges nationwide. M State ranked in the top 10 of two-year colleges...
May 3, 2015 - 5:10am
April 26, 2015
White Earth Tribal and Community College is offering four free summer classes to anyone
Imagine having the option to take free, accredited college classes. That’s what the White Earth Tribal and Community College in Mahnomen is offering to anybody this summer who is qualified to take them. You do not need to be a member of the tribe or an existing student. “You...
April 26, 2015 - 5:45am
Tribal college extending its arms
White Earth Tribal and Community College is looking to not only get more Native people interested in college but also to build relationships with those off the reservation. The college is taking a step in a direction that not many other colleges would do. They are offering free...
April 26, 2015 - 5:30am
September 11, 2013
Farm grant to benefit auto body students
State Farm is pleased to announce a grant to support students in the Auto Body program at Minnesota State Community and Technical College in Detroit Lakes. The $3,000 grant will allow the program to purchase needed tools and equipment used by the students and also will provide...
September 11, 2013 - 7:10am