DL News Staff
Two of the four camper cabins at Glendalough State Park, located in Battle Lake, are now available for year-round use. Park manager Jeff Wiersma said the cabins had been available on a seasonal basis only, from mid-April to the end of October. "From the day we opened the doors, these rustic cabins have been in demand by park visitors," said Wiersma.
Clark-Berry Rachel Joanne Clark and John Berry announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Terrance and Debra Clark and Scott and Connie Berry. Rachel graduated from Detroit Lakes High School and is employed by Lakeshirts. John graduated from Pelican Rapids High School and is employed by Victory Sales. An April 8th wedding is planned in St. Leonard's Catholic Church in Pelican Rapids.
Nancy Fehrenbach, Registered Nurse, of Skinovations Anti-Aging and Skin Care Clinic located in Graystone Plaza in Detroit Lakes, has received advanced make-up application training, including skin-camouflaging techniques. Training was provided by the world-renowned Christian McNally, makeup artist for the Hollywood stars from Los Angeles. Skinovations offers skin care make-up that helps to heal problematic skin.
Buschette 60th All friends and relatives are invited to join Ray and Lil Buschette on this special occasion of their 60th wedding anniversary open house, Sunday, March 26 from 1-4 p.m. at the Holy Rosary Center in Detroit Lakes. Hosted by their family, they request no gifts please.
The future of wheat is on the minds of two key Minnesota organizations and their members. A "Wheat Summit" is being hosted in Moorhead on April 5 by the Minnesota Association of Wheat Growers and Minnesota Wheat Research and Promotion Council. The all-day program will address the current status of spring and winter wheat, and future possibilities. In addition, both organizations are advocating greater research on the biotechnology side by seed companies, land grant universities and other interest groups. Summit topics include high yielding spring wheat, wheat as an ethanol feedstock, w
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. departments of Agriculture, Interior and Health and Human Services agreed March 20 on a national framework for detecting avian influenza. The decision is meant to expand and unify ongoing efforts among federal, state, regional and local wildlife agencies. Those agencies have been monitoring and testing for the presence of the highly pathogenic H5N1 virus in migratory birds for several years. The increased efforts come as the spring migration of migratory birds is underway and the spread of avian influenza continues across continents. Since 1998, the U.S.
GRANITE FALLS -- America's corn growers are on the verge of realizing a market that they once could only dream about: Ethanol could replace 10 percent of the petroleum used for transportation in the United States. That is the assessment of Minnesota's Republican Sen.
The Minnesota Association of Wheat Growers is hosting a pre-plant marketing seminar this week in four communities, including Moorhead and Fergus Falls. Bret Oelke, a University of Minnesota Extension marketing specialist, will address the following topics: Getting Ready for the March 31st USDA Acreage Report, Do you have a Marketing Plan and Does it Get Implemented?, Marketing Plan Strategies to Consider for Your 2006 Crops, and A Second View on Marketing Plan Strategies for Your 2006 Crops. Betsy Jensen, a marketing specialist with NCTC Farm Business Management, will speak on Incorporatin
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- U.S. Sens. Norm Coleman (R-Minn.) and Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) have introduced legislation to protect farmers and ranchers in the event of a natural disaster. The Conrad-Coleman Emergency Agriculture Disaster Assistance Act would provide emergency funding to those who have suffered weather-related crop production shortfalls, disease and high energy prices caused by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. It will also provide payments for the loss of livestock. Last year, 32 counties in Minnesota were designated disaster counties by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture.