DL News Staff
A felony complaint was filed against a Frazee man in Becker County District Court Monday. Thomas Eppler, 20, of 109 West Maple Street, is accused of fleeing a police officer in a June 30 incident. According to the complaint, a Becker County sheriff's deputy observed a car without a front license plate. When he attempted to stop the vehicle, the driver allegedly continued on until stopping on Wannigan Road and then running away.
Get ready for some hot weather. Fargo may reach 100 degrees for the first time in almost 11 years this week with temperatures climbing to the mid-90s today and getting even hotter toward the weekend. The last time thermometers in Fargo spiked to triple digits was June 17, 1995, and according to meteorologists, that might happen again soon. WDAY meteorologist John Wheeler forecasts that temperatures will hit 95 degrees today, 94 Thursday, 95 Friday and 97 Saturday. "It's possible that any one of these days could suddenly turn into a scorcher," he said. Soaring temperatures this weeken
The Boys and Girls Club of Detroit Lakes has been awarded a grant of $2,500 from Dakota Medical Foundation to support the Nutritional Education Program for children ages 5-18. These funds will be used to educate the children we serve how to eat healthy, to make nutritional meals and snacks and to understand what poor eating habits can do to our bodies. The Club will also bring in dieticians and nutritionists to educate the youth.
Natural Innovations is proud to present its monthly speaker forum, "Environmental impacts behind Highway 10 Bypass Project." The forum is Thursday, July 13, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the Minnesota State Community and Technical College in Detroit Lakes, room C103. The event is free and all are invited. Refreshments will be provided. Work began in April on the Highway 10 bypass project. Any construction work that occurs near lakes, streams and ditches presents the threat of pollution from increased erosion and soil runoff.
Cloudless and a steady 117 degrees. Those are the conditions faced by Lt. Col.
April 14, 1923-July 7, 2006 Ralph Ballard, 83, of Pelican Rapids, died on Friday, July 7, 2006, at the Lake Region Hospital in Fergus Falls. Ralph Henry Ballard, the son of Garrison Ray and Bessie Hilma (Larson) Ballard, was born April 14, 1923, in Plaza, N.D. Growing up, he attended country school near Plaza. In 1939 Ralph moved to Pelican Lake, near Pelican Rapids. He worked for an ice company, traveling out west by train to cut ice blocks. From January 1946 to March 1947, Ralph served in the U.S. Army, during World War II.
Oct. 24, 1919-July 6, 2006 Lake Park native H. Russell Larson, 86, died Thursday, July 6, 2006 at the Moorhead Health Care Center in Moorhead. Russ was born to Henry and Nellie (Lien) Larson on Oct. 24, 1919, on the family farm in Cuba Township, Becker County. He graduated from Lake Park High School in 1937, and chose to continue farming with his parents on the farm homesteaded by his grandparents in 1889. In 1942, Russell married Gladys L. Rue at Audubon Lutheran Church.
March 20, 1924-July 6, 2006 Willis R. Alder, 82, of Audubon, died Thursday, July 6, 2006 at Manor Care Nursing Home in Fargo. Willis was born to Alton and Mabel (Peterson) Alder on March 20, 1924 in rural Barnesville, Minn. He married Marjorie M. Weiland on July 27, 1945, and they later divorced. Willis married Jean Bjorhus on June 5, 1959 in Fargo. They lived in Fargo, rural Lake Park and Detroit Lakes before moving to Audubon in 1972. Jean died July 23, 1991.
April 1, 1935-July 9, 2006 Detroit Lakes native Kenneth L. Eidenschink, 71, of Long Prairie, Minn., died Sunday, July 9, 2006, at the Long Prairie Memorial Hospital. Kenneth was born to Leo and Agnes (Trahan) Eidenschink on April 1, 1935 in Detroit Lakes, where he grew up and graduated from Detroit Lakes High School in 1953. He worked for J.C. Penney's in Detroit Lakes and then moved to Minneapolis, where he attended Brown Institute. He moved back to Detroit Lakes and worked for KDLM Radio. Kenneth married Gayle McCarty in Detroit Lakes. He enlisted in the U.S.
April 7, 1922-July 8, 2006 Clement W. "Clem" Foltz, 84, of Detroit Lakes, died Saturday, July 8, 2006, at his residence, under the care of Hospice of the Red River Valley and surrounded by his family. Clement William Foltz was born to Stephen and Mary (Wemhoff) Foltz on April 7, 1922 in Humphrey, Neb. He attended St. Mary's Catholic School in rural Humphrey. Clem served in the U.S. Army during World War II, from 1942-45. He married Kathryn Dohmen on Feb. 14, 1946 in Leigh, Neb. In 1950, they moved to Callaway, where they farmed and became members of the Assumption Catholic Church Parish.