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Cancer awareness, knowledge is prevention
Driver of potato truck injured in crash near Perham
'We need more space': Domestic abuse keeps White Earth shelter full
'Rescued dogs, rescuing veterans'; Patriot Assistance Dogs program celebrates five years with reunion, graduation
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Lakers down Prowlers in five-set thriller
DL Youth Hockey fundraiser banquet Oct. 14
Middle schoolers revive Chess Club
HALL OF HONOR: 2006 girls golf first-ever state champions
School record falls for second straight home swim meet
The beauty of God's Grace
'We have so much to celebrate'; At 99 years old, First Lutheran gets a facelift
Mn State colleges, universities wave application fees in October
There's a new pastor in town
Finding God all over this socialist, nonreligious country
Friends & Neighbors
Green awarded by small-business group
Essentia Health Welcomes Licensed Psychologist in Detroit Lakes
Shaping up your business: Biz boot camp set for Oct. 17
Renting a car
BD’s Gas and Grub under new ownership
Maplewood to host Leaf Days this weekend
MN singer-songwriter to give Saturday concert at Holmes
It's time to put a stop to bullying
Grand opening celebration for The Barn in NYM set Oct. 1
Tamarac Fall Festival set for Oct. 1; waterfowl themes abound
Duane L. Erickson
DeAnn K. Helliksen
Jerome F. "Jody" Muench
William V. "Bill" Vipond
Larry A. Hanson
Student Republican assaulted prior to debate because she was wearing pro-Trump clothing
Jacob can now rest, parents should not
Thank you for a successful rotary blood screening
Big garbage, big economy
Stop the lies against Eken
A couple of shotgun experts find out what they've been missing in mourning dove hunting
Waterfowl hunting season now open in Minnesota
National tourney shows amazing bass catch in Minnesota
Rarely seen, the tough, wily fisher lives among us
Pheasant numbers up 29 percent over last year
Puppies saved from high-kill Texas shelter look for DL homes
A surprising celebration: DL's LuAnn Porter honored for 25 years with United Way
Three years and counting: DL family opens up about adoption struggles
Fired up for hunting season; Local Sportsman’s Clubs have their sights set on you
Pine to Palm
August 22, 2014
Driver’s license test: Sometimes it’s OK to just pass
I am the type of person who loves to ace tests. If you go to school with me, you most likely know this. However, most of you kind readers probably don’t so let me explain. I love going into a test, fully prepared, and just owning it. It’s what I do. I don’t freak out if I...
August 22, 2014 - 8:30am
August 8, 2014
Holly McCamant: Lake Tahoe family reunion
As I mentioned last week, I was at my family reunion at Lake Tahoe. Since the article was on road trips, I didn’t elaborate much on how the reunion went. The reunion was just beginning, and I wrote that column as (almost) always, in a coffee shop. Now, in a coffee shop in Butte,...
August 8, 2014 - 9:00am
August 1, 2014
Holly McCamant: After a long road trip, you can handle anything
Road trips are the strange sibling of travel. Some consider them the ultimate vacation. However, others see them as the less desirable oddball. I’ve actually been on a fair amount of road trips. It started when I was young. Every two years we have a family reunion, and every...
August 1, 2014 - 10:00am
July 25, 2014
Holly McCamant: Camp counselor has best three weeks at camp ever
I spent the last three weeks at Camp Cherith this summer. Camp Cherith is this amazing Christian camp that teaches girls and boys how to give up all they have and devote their life to Christ. I was looking forward to this summer for years because I wanted to become a CILT. CILT...
July 25, 2014 - 9:00am
July 18, 2014
Holly McCamant: Nothing compares to the lakes country
A couple of weeks ago, I heard somebody say that Detroit Lakes was a city of snobs. Apparently somewhere it’s on a list of richest cities in Minnesota. This person didn’t have the best judgment and made the assumption the Detroit Lakes’ people weren’t always the nicest...
July 18, 2014 - 7:00am
July 4, 2014
Holly McCamant: Working to be a camp counselor
Ever since my parents decided that I should go to camp with my cousin the summer after fourth grade, I’ve gone to Camp Cherith. I started out new there but this year will be my seventh summer. If you don’t know, Camp Cherith is a Christian camp located in the not-so-scary Vergas...
July 4, 2014 - 8:00am
June 27, 2014
Holly McCamant: Inside the life of an only child
In just about every culture, siblings are a way of life. It’s especially evident in the American culture, where the average American household has around two and a half children. Just about everyone I know is fortunate to have a brother or sister. It’s very evident both...
June 27, 2014 - 8:00am
June 20, 2014
Holly McCamant: Regardless of journey, it’s ‘where I’m supposed to be in the end’
High schoolers have all the fun, they said. Teenagers go out and party and have the time their lives. Last Friday night, I realized that wasn’t quite true. Last night, my junior high friends had a lot of fun at a birthday party while I did a practice Math ACT test. The corrected...
June 20, 2014 - 9:00am
June 13, 2014
Country v. City: It all depends on you
Around here, the people are a certain type. We are known as country people. When summer comes around, we flock to the lake. Many hikes will be taken. Fishing happens even more than it does in the winter. When the fall comes, we still spend a fair amount of times outdoors. Plenty...
June 13, 2014 - 8:00am
June 6, 2014
Shaving seconds off: Tracksters run a season to remember
This track season’s training began during last track season. I had learned a lot, mainly that getting sick at a critical time is not a good idea and running when sick is an even worse idea. Then came cross country. I had a wonderful team and great new coach. However, I was way...
June 6, 2014 - 9:00am
May 30, 2014
Holly McCamant: Why summer ‘vacation’ is great
“I can’t wait until summer!” is basically the mantra for every high schooler in spring. All school year, kids my age dream of sunny days with swimsuits, frozen yogurt, and adventures better than taking a test without studying. The whole teenage year revolves around summer...
May 30, 2014 - 11:00am
May 23, 2014
Holly McCamant: Advice to incoming seventh graders
Exactly one year ago, I wrote an advice article to next year’s ninth graders. They have now survived ninth grade, but if they want advice for next year, I’ve already written about the sophomore slump (it’s going to be a fun year, future sophomores). This year I am giving...
May 23, 2014 - 9:00am
May 16, 2014
Holly McCamant: Confidence is true beauty
In today’s society, many of us have heard of the lack of confidence in young girls. I’ve seen it myself. It’s a thing that many girls have. For the most part, I’ve been confident about how I look. I know I’m one of the few, but I believe that fast 800 times and writing...
May 16, 2014 - 9:00am
May 9, 2014
Holly McCamant: Childhood memories and who we are today
Recently in one of my classes, we talked about how childhood memories affect who you are today as a person. I remember a surprising amount, so this was a very interesting topic for me. I have a couple of things that I remember from before preschool. I know I can remember back that...
May 9, 2014 - 9:00am
May 2, 2014
Holly McCamant: Deciding on a future career
There’s a path that all people under the age of 30 will face at some point, starting at around age 4. It’s our career path. When I was 4, I thought that being an astronaut would be the coolest thing ever. For me, becoming an astronaut didn’t seem that unrealistic; especially...
May 2, 2014 - 10:00am