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International Eagles Auxiliary President visits Detroit Lakes
DL man allegedly caught on video setting his rental house on fire
Charges filed in old robbery, arson cases in Becker County
Cities honor Marquart, Eken with distinction award
Longtime DL Housing Authority Executive Director hangs it up
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
Smart students use their local library
Deuces Wild at Fargo Theatre
'Bible Bingo' to be presented at Walker's Minnesota Folklore Theatre
Travel the Silk Road at Minnesota Renaissance Festival this weekend
Don and Jean Bauer
Other Opinions: Don’t saddle next president with UND nickname issue
Other Opinions: Standing up for rural postal delivery
Other Opinions: Keep rural homes safe, efficient with USDA programs
Other Opinions: MN teens No. 1 on ACT but gaps persist
‘Trump Wall’ will also keep us in, not just others out
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?
February 4, 2015
Registration open for March 5-8 Indigenous Farming Conference
The Great Lakes Indigenous Farming Conference returns to the area for its 12th year. This year’s theme is “Ganawenjigedidaa Gi gete-Miijiminaanig” (“Let’s Protect Our Old Time Foods”). The conference, hosted by the White Earth Land Recovery Project, will take place...
February 4, 2015 - 10:30am
June 5, 2012
Ojibwe author answers questions about culture
Anton Treuer, Minnesota Ojibwe author and professor of Ojibwe studies at Bemidji State University, answered questions about Native Americans...
June 5, 2012 - 8:49am
October 14, 2008
New casino to open on Red Lake Reservation in November 2009
RED LAKE - Blackjack, poker and slot machines, a hotel, restaurant, gift shop, banquet hall and entertainment center are designed to give the new casino on the Red Lake Reservation the competitive edge in northern Minnesota, according to tribal officials. Red Lake Tribal Council...
October 14, 2008 - 12:00am
September 24, 2008
DL native on ballot for state justice
Detroit Lakes native Tim Tingelstad knows his quest to unseat state Supreme Court Justice Paul Anderson is tough at best. Tingelstad, a magistrate with the Ninth District Court based in Bemidji, who oversees family law cases isn't deterred, though. It's Tingelstad's second attempt...
September 24, 2008 - 12:00am
September 10, 2008
Wadena native makes reality show finale
Lucas James Joyce, formerly of Wadena, has survived a little white lie, a date spent in smelly spa mud and his date's ex-fiance to reach the season finale of "Date My Ex: Jo and Slade." The last episode of the reality dating show will air at 9 p.m. Monday, Sept.
September 10, 2008 - 12:00am
June 19, 2008
What's Cookin' features wildflowers
Master gardener and environmentalist Sally Hausken, whose back yard is the Sucker Creek Preserve, will present a program on wildflowers and other plants that grow naturally in the woods, prairies and wetlands at Detroit Lakes Library Thursday, June 26, at 2 p.m. as a part of the 2008...
June 19, 2008 - 12:00am
March 17, 2008
Waubun High School helps native students connect to their roots
Waubun, Minn.-The afternoons used to be a time for watching television, chatting on the phone and scrambling to ward off boredom. But some teens here have shaken things up this semester - by sticking around at school. On their to-do lists: Learn Ojibwe. Perform the American Indian...
March 17, 2008 - 12:00am