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Franken: Rural health needs intensive care
Aid for the poor, education included in new Minnesota laws
Minnesotans have positive view of cops, survey says
Technology used on both sides in sex trafficking
Wife-carrying race in Menahga seeks competitors
Becker County youth take aim at the sport of archery
Smith and Mallow post wins at Junior Cup
Angels place third at Staples tournament
South All-Stars defeat North 21-10
DL Babe Ruth off to 4-3 start
Emmanuel Marquis Smith
Essentia Health-St. Mary’s births
Local students on SCSU dean’s list
Knudsvig on Jamestown Student Senate
Perlmutter presents research at Carthage
Friends & Neighbors
Savers to pay $1.8M to charities, agrees to settlement
AT&T fined $1 million
Three friends purchase New Horizon Resort
Jack Chivers Realty hires marketing pro
Ulteig recognized as ‘top workplace’ in MN
A fun-filled 4th: Activities abound in DL this year
Pottery presentation set for Thursday at library
Shakespeare in the Park continues next weekend
'Inside Out' the latest of Pixar's masterpieces
New dinner theater show provides laughs, entertainment and good food
Candidates fumble flag flap
We need both insiders and outsiders in Congress
Sen. Al Franken: Making rail safety a top priority in MN
Minimum wage hike good for MN
Toxic Taters to RDO: Tell us what chemicals you use
DNR: Minnesota grouse count about the same as last year
DU, UND partner for nest cam project
Is swimmers itch treatment killing fish on Detroit?
Some species of birds show remarkable intelligence
Walleye stocking: By the numbers
Lake & Home Real Estate - July 2015
Years of planting and care leads to backyard getaway
Enjoy the outdoors at Lakeside’s Tavern Brewery
Tips to help any level of gardener grow native greenery
What is your top food pick from the Minnesota State Fair?
September 18, 2008
'Creativity Matters' kickoff Sept. 2
The lakes area kickoff for the statewide campaign Creativity Matters for Older Adults is planned for 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 2, at the Bethany Community Chapel in Alexandria. The campaign has sprung from the work of the Minnesota Creative Arts and Aging Network (MnCAAN), a volunteer,...
September 18, 2008 - 12:00am
May 17, 2008
Ag Matters Column: Cutworms in the vegetable garden
If cool wet weather encourages cutworms in gardens, we may have a bumper crop this year. Cutworms feed on many of the vegetables grown in the home garden with damage to beans, cabbages and other cole crops, corn, peppers, potatoes, eggplant and tomatoes being most common. Although...
May 17, 2008 - 12:00am
May 11, 2008
Ag Matters column: Prevent chilling injury in tender favorites
Is frost predicted tonight, or in the extended forecast? This is an ongoing question that keeps gardeners glued to the local weather forecast, especially during a cool spring. For most of us, the answer strongly influences our gardening activities and priorities. It can help us...
May 11, 2008 - 12:00am
April 6, 2008
Ag Matters column: Don't rake or fertilize your lawns just yet
The snow is fast disappearing and the lawns will soon be bare. The temptation is to grab the rake and start spring cleanup. Likewise, the garden centers and discount stores are starting to feature fertilizers in their advertisements and homeowners get the urge to apply their spring...
April 6, 2008 - 12:00am
March 30, 2008
Ag Matters column: Include grasses with your alfalfa seeding
Including grasses in your new alfalfa seeding is worth considering. Years ago, mixing grasses with alfalfa was standard practice, whether seeding an oat companion crop and/or including timothy or smooth bromegrass with the under-sown alfalfa. This practice lost favor for a time, but...
March 30, 2008 - 12:00am
March 9, 2008
Ag Matters - With warmer spring temperatures, cluster flies come calling
DETROIT LAKES - Within days, the hours of sunshine will exceed those of darkness for each 24 hour period. Not only do we have more hours of sunshine, but the sun seems to have more "power" as well. With the advancing hours of daylight, and sunshine that seems to have more energy,...
March 9, 2008 - 12:00am
February 24, 2008
Ag Matters column: Transplant cramped houseplants now
If you have looked at your houseplants within the last week or two, you probably have noticed some new growth at the ends of the branches or shoots. As the sun moves higher into the sky and the day length increases, houseplants will begin to put forth some new growth and can be...
February 24, 2008 - 12:00am