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DL man suffers gunshot wound
Exploring the lakes' winged wonders: Detroit Lakes' 20th Annual Festival of Birds set for May 18-21
Tax preparer accused of not paying her taxes
Level four special education facilities in the works
Klobuchar bill aims to bring in more rural doctors
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Roth earns all-tournament honors at Summit Championship
Norman County West in danger of losing fall and winter sports
Area kids place at state free throw competition
Smith Leads Huskers at Big Ten Championships
Little Lakers Boys Basketball summer camp registration
It's National Stress Awareness Month: Take some time to unwind
Answering the call: Lake Park family to become long-term missionaries in Africa
Column: Christianity and "being cool"
Cuisine meets culture: LP-A International Foods class learns to prepare dishes native to variety of cultures
Column: Into the light
Friends & Neighbors
‘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
Two in one: Magnolia's moves to new building, rents extra space to massage therapist
Essentia Health St. Mary's staff honored, donate to nonprofits
DL Public Utilities recognized for electric reliability
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
Associate justice and former Vikings great Alan Page speaking April 24 in Fergus Falls
New artist exhibit opens this week at DL's Trinity Lutheran Church
Mathew R. Veronen
Janice Erickson Dollinger
Janice L. Herman
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
Earth Day--by the numbers
Lynn Hummel column: Grunting helps get the job done
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 5, 2017
'It's my heaven': How Frazee growers are creating their own year-round farm
For most gardeners living in northern Minnesota, the start of the spring growing season is still a few weeks away. But at Forest Glen Farm in...
April 5, 2017 - 9:32am
Gardening in winter
Winter reveals the framework of any yard — and it is the perfect season to study the garden, yard and areas around the home and the trees, appreciate its beauty and plan its future. Jot down what you like and what changes you'd like to make in spring. Start with the plantings...
February 5, 2017 - 8:00am
December 3, 2016
Amaryllis are showy holiday plants that are affordable, readily available and bloom with little encouragement. The bulbs come pre-planted, in pots that have been given to you as a gift. When getting these plants in your home, place them near a bright, east-facing window, but not...
December 3, 2016 - 8:00am
October 24, 2016
November is the time to...
-Take your amaryllis out of the dark and into a bright window, cut back dead foliage and water. Flowers typically develop in 4-6 weeks. - Potted chrysanthemums in rich, autumn hues are traditional for Thanksgiving. Choose plants with some buds just opening, rather than in full bloom....
October 24, 2016 - 5:00am
August 27, 2016
September --EMDASH-- Now is the time to...
-Protect pumpkins, gourds and winter squash from early frost with old sheets or blankets if temperatures are expected to drop below 30 degrees. -Seal cracks and openings with weather stripping or caulk to exclude bats from your house and provide enough time for them to find a...
August 27, 2016 - 5:00am
Master Gardening Training
Master Gardeners are unique people who take an active interest in gardening, are willing to learn and enjoy helping others. The professional training they receive in horticulture makes Master Gardeners special. The University of Minnesota Extension provides this training in exchange...
August 27, 2016 - 5:00am
Master Gardeners’ July gardening tips
It’s July – now is the time to: Keep weeds under control. Weeds compete with desirable plants for space, water, nutrients and light, and often harbor damaging insects.Early maturing vegetables such as leaf lettuce, radishes and spinach turn bitter and go to seed in July’s heat....
June 27, 2016 - 5:10am
May 1, 2016
Helping the bees can start in your own backyard
“As gardeners, you can make up for some of the habitat loss,” Master Gardener Rhonda Fleming Hayes advised the audience. “There are changes...
May 1, 2016 - 5:25am
February 19, 2016
Master Gardeners are here to educate, make your garden beautiful
The Master Gardeners are here to rescue anyone who hasn’t fully developed their green thumb. TV3’s weekly Rambling Rose program features...
February 19, 2016 - 5:30am
June 26, 2015
Accessible gardening for therapeutic horticulture
Do you recall times in the garden when, after weeding a row of flowers, you had more energy? Or after a walk outdoors, you felt more peaceful? If so, you experienced the therapeutic benefits of horticulture, and you are one of many who retreat to the garden to relax, renew energy,...
June 26, 2015 - 5:35am
Master Gardener tips
According to the Becker County Master Gardeners, July is the time to continue watering the lawn regularly to keep it looking its best and growing densely so weeds don’t take over. You’ll know it’s time to water when foot prints don’t pop right back up after you walk on...
June 26, 2015 - 5:25am
June 24, 2015
Tips to help any level of gardener grow native greenery
Becker County Master Gardener Sally Hausken had visited her great aunt’s place since she was 4 years old. Years later, when she first bought...
June 24, 2015 - 2:49pm
April 3, 2015
April is time to test soil in new gardens
According to Becker County Master Gardeners, April is the time to have your soil tested if you plan to start a new flower or vegetable garden, or if one you have is not performing well. University of Minnesota’ Soil Testing Lab will analyze the soil and make recommendations based...
April 3, 2015 - 5:40am
February 21, 2015
Buy a plant instead of cut flowers this winter
According to the Becker County Master Gardeners, February is the time to read up on plant/pest problems that bothered your garden last year for prevention ideas. Whether buying a plant for yourself or giving one as a gift, take special care in transporting it in winter weather....
February 21, 2015 - 5:35am
December 5, 2014
Poinsettias are great for winter, holidays
According to the Becker County Master Gardeners, December is the time for holiday plants. Poinsettias are among the easiest holiday plants to grow. First, you must choose a healthy one, and get it home without suffering any cold damage. It should be wrapped well, then transported...
December 5, 2014 - 7:30am