DL News Staff
Aug. 28, 1941-June 8, 2006 Mary E. Ramsey, 64, of rural Detroit Lakes, died Thursday, June 8, 2006 at the Frazee Care Center in Frazee. Mary Ellen Marsh was born to Earl and Irma (Ericksen) Marsh on Aug. 28, 1941 in Dawson, Minn. She moved to Wisconsin with her family, attending elementary school in Cedar Lake and high school in Osceola, Wis. After graduating from high school, Mary attended the Teacher's College in Fredrick, Wis. She married Lawrence Ramsey on July 29, 1972. They lived in St. Paul, where she worked as a clerk for the Minnesota Transfer Railway.
April 4, 1918-June 10, 2006 Marjorie H. Hanson, 88, died on Saturday, June 10, 2006 at her home in Dallas, Ore., surrounded by her family and loved ones. Marjorie, the daughter of Alfred and Lillian Oss, was born April 4, 1918, in Goose Prairie, Township, Minn. As an infant, she moved with her family to Hitterdal, and lived there until Nov 17, 1959. She was valedictorian of Hitterdal High School in 1936, and graduated Moorhead Business College a year later.
About 700 members and guests attended the Lake Region Electric Cooperative Member Appreciation Breakfast and Annual meeting Saturday, June 10, at the Pelican Rapids High School auditorium. Election results are as follows: District 1, Harold Marty; District 4, John Koepcke; and District 7, Jack Lacey. Two bylaw changes were also approved by the membership. One requires a waiting period of three years after termination of employment at the cooperative before becoming eligible to become a director and prohibits employment at the cooperative while a director.
Detroit Lakes Police are searching for two individuals believed to have been involved in an armed robbery at the North Shore Travel Plaza convenience store late Sunday. The clerk told investigators that one of the robbers showed a knife. An undisclosed amount of cash was taken. The clerk, who was alone at the time, was not harmed. The incident was reported at 11:32 p.m.
Above all, the White Earth Powwow is a family affair. Toddlers prance until they collapse into the grass. Extended families gather with a group of lawn chairs and plates of steaming frybread. A unifying drum beat fills the outdoor stadium, with a ring of American flags flying in the center. This weekend's three-day powwow featured grand entries on each day, a free feast on Saturday and Sunday, all kinds of dancing contests and space for camping right next to the grounds.
The Becker County Humane Society will host its annual ShelterFest event on Saturday, Aug. 26, from 5 to 10 p.m. at Hotel Shoreham. The evening will include music by Doc & The Scrubs and a silent auction. Raffle tickets are on sale, featuring a 2006 Honda Metropolitan Scooter and a VIP package for two to the 25th Anniversary 2007 WE Fest. Raffle tickets are for sale at area businesses including Becker Pet & Garden, Bliss - A Bath and Body Shoppe, DL Animal Hospital and Solutions, LLC. The drawing will be held at 10 p.m.
The 4th Annual 10,000 Lakes Festival (10KLF) will serve as the tour-ending destination for headliners Phil Lesh & Friends and Trey Anastasio, and a springboard for four nights of music, camping, and relaxation, with over 40 artists scheduled to perform July 19-22 at the Soo Pass Ranch in Detroit Lakes.
Solutions LLC announces the 2006 Women's Expo in Detroit Lakes. Lakes Lifestyle Expo for Women will be held in the Detroit Lakes Holiday Inn Exhibition Area & Poolside on Saturday, Sept. 30, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Lakes Lifestyle Expo for Women is your time, your place to do something for your self. Shop, sample and gather information from the wide variety of exhibitors.
Help us help you. Submit your listing for support groups to Pippi Mayfield at: email@example.com . SOHR group Sexual Orientation & Human Rights is committed to supporting people concerned with sexual orientation, human rights and gender issues, and to provide education related to these issues to the broader community. It meets the first Tuesday of each month from 6:30 to 8 p.m. For more information, call 1-800-800-0350 ext. 524.
Mike Hatch finally is running for the job he long has wanted - Minnesota governor. And he is doing it with the blessing of Minnesota Democrats, who endorsed Saturday night after he turned aside two state senators. He wasted no time going after Republican Gov. Tim Pawlenty. "What this great state needs more than anything else right now is a new governor," the DFL attorney general told 1,300 delegates to his party's state convention after they voted to support him. Hatch's victory came after seven rounds of delegate votes. When Hatch pulled ahead of Sen.