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Changing lanes: Tyler Shipman car show seeks family to help
Goodbye, phosphorus--Rice Lake project moving forward
Hot jobs in Becker County: Majority of jobs only requiring two-year degrees
Crime & accidents
Clay County man charged with taking video, photos of nude child
DL Youth baseball sign-up and skill assessment March 5-9
Laker boys pull away from Rangers in second half
Congratulations Laker Gymnastics
Lamoureuxs ready for one more shot at gold
Warroad girls look to take home state hockey title
It's almost time to light the 'Fire in February': DL preacher's plans taking shape to mobilize community to read Bible's Book of Acts
'Fire in February': DL preacher hopes to mobilize local faith community to read Bible's Book of Acts
LP-A Elementary recognized for achieving positive student outcomes
Snappy side: Festive Pomegranate Salad sure to shine on holiday menu
Social Security supports veterans, active duty military personnel
friends & neighbors
Speakeasy sells to buyer who plans to lease building to Spitfire Bar & Grill
Minnesota gas prices down 2.5 cents this week
Survey: U.S. farmland values outpaced by overall land values: Number of sales up, too
Minnesota consumers warned not to borrow from unlicensed online lenders
Dept of Revenue offers tips for choosing the right professional tax preparer
What's new in lakes area entertainment this week
Break out the chocolate and wine for that special valentine
Heartfelt harmonies: Barbershop singers to deliver musical valentines on Feb. 14
'The Grumpy Gardener' provides a shovelful of ideas for minimizing gardening angst
Talking Stick accepting literary submissions
Owen Milo Accola
Supporting Denny McNamara
Ed & JoAnne Lillis
Hildur "Peg" Coen
George Anthony Oja
Suzanne J. Rogstad
Anna Marie Smith
Letter: One in four high schoolers now use tobacco products
Solar, wind power mean jobs for Minnesota
What people don't know about genetic testing can hurt them
Letter: Negotiator questions vote by DL School Board member
Life is short--buy the shoes
It's nest-building time for bald eagles
Brad Laabs column: Got the itch? Here are some open water spots
Refuting 'keyboard cowboys,' Wis. man verifies authenticity of famous entangled bucks
Don't let fish freeze before cleaning
Cold doesn't stop fun-loving river otters
Adolescent anxiety is on the rise, and social media may be part of the problem
Minnesota Made: Enjoy some movies shot in the Lake of 10,000 Lakes
For the love of the homeless: DL native Luke Pechmann poses for animal adoption pin-up calendar
Welcome to the dark side: Local museum's first 'After Dark' event brings sold-out crowds
Minn. mom, former Olympic swimmer, competes for $1M on Survivor TV show
Polar Fest ends with a bang – and a splash
'Building the Ice Palace': Artist Hans Gilsdorf reflects on challenges of construction
Snow much fun: DLHS art students make larger-than-life snow sculptures as part of Polar Fest
Tomorrow is last chance for kids to play in Preschool Palace
To the ends of the earth and back: Minnesota native Ann Bancroft has visited both North, South Poles
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May 19, 2017
Perlmutter presents research at Carthage College
Tanisha Perlmutter of Audubon was among those students asked to present their work during Carthage College's seventh annual Celebration of Scholars event on Friday, April 28 in Kenosha, Wis. The Celebration of Scholars is a poster exhibition that features original research, scholarship,...
May 19, 2017 - 1:27pm
February 16, 2017
The hunt is on: Female bigfoot squad visits Mahnomen
Minnesota woods are full of creatures, from deer and rabbits to more dangerous specimens. One creature, however, seems to loom over the others,...
February 16, 2017 - 8:35am
May 12, 2016
Sanford researchers at Vatican conference
Sanford Health’s work in cellular therapy and regenerative medicine was on the world stage recently. A group of researchers and leaders from Sanford Health were selected to participate in the “Third International Conference on the Progress of Regenerative Medicine and Its Cultural...
May 12, 2016 - 5:20am
March 9, 2016
DL man brings ag studies abroad
Offered an agricultural internship, Justin Stanton of Detroit Lakes got pretty adventurous – he undertook a two-month-long internship in Uruguay....
March 9, 2016 - 11:53am
September 20, 2015
Research fund for rare cancer swells as teen’s song endures
The Zach Sobiech Osteosarcoma Research Fund recently topped $1 million thanks to the generosity of a family in Kansas whose daughter died as a result of the rare form of bone cancer. The family made the $8,900 gift to the fund Friday. The fund is administered by the Children’s...
September 20, 2015 - 5:10am
August 8, 2015
Three blind mice restore vision
Blind mice are famous in nursery rhymes — and maybe soon, in scientific laboratories. A team of Swiss scientists recently restored sight in blind lab mice by injecting new, light-sensing cells into their eyes. They’re working to develop a cure for acquired blindness in people. Today,...
August 8, 2015 - 5:35am
July 29, 2015
Clues, but not cures, for deadly white-nose syndrome
Research continues to better understand white-nose syndrome, and scientists are beginning to see promising results that could eventually help...
July 29, 2015 - 8:08am
Bat study hones-in on nesting trees
She was hissing and squealing and trying to open her tiny mouth wide enough to nip the glove of the biologist who was holding her. But the...
July 29, 2015 - 8:06am
March 8, 2015
Finding your roots
One family story that’s fun for Virginia Weston to tell is that of her “great-something uncle.” In 1895, he died in a bagnio, or “house of ill repute,” she said. His body was sent to the School of Mines in South Dakota to determine that he had been poisoned by a madam...
March 8, 2015 - 5:55am
June 6, 2014
Moose moms abandoning research calves
DULUTH — Minnesota moose researchers the past two springs have tried to capture and place radio collars on newborn calves, only to have many...
June 6, 2014 - 8:38am
May 28, 2014
DNR can require, and withdraw, Roger’s permit to collar bears near Ely
May 28, 2014 - 9:30am
July 23, 2013
Bear researcher stripped of permit allowed to appeal
ST. PAUL -- Famed Minnesota bear researcher Lynn Rogers remains under orders to remove radio collars from bears he’s studying by the end of the month, but he will be allowed to appeal the state order. Rogers met Monday with Gov. Mark Dayton and Department of Natural Resources...
July 23, 2013 - 8:24am
January 27, 2009
Stratospheric warming may mean mid-February cold snap
Researchers working in the Soudan Mine near Tower, Minn., have discovered a strong correlation between cosmic rays and temperatures in the stratosphere.
January 27, 2009 - 12:00am
September 21, 2008
Research preceded tight Senate race
The books are dog-eared, marked up and full of paper tabs holding certain pages. The Al Franken best-sellers sitting on a shelf in a Minnesota Republican Party office were key materials GOP staffers turned to as they started compiling information about the comedian-turned-Senate-candidate. While...
September 21, 2008 - 12:00am
September 5, 2008
Dairy research and promotion council seeks candidates
The Minnesota Dairy Research and Promotion Council is seeking candidates to run for board positions in 11 districts throughout the state. Candidates will represent dairy farmers in their district and make decisions regarding the expenditure of dairy check-off funds. Candidates should...
September 5, 2008 - 12:00am