DL News Staff
AUDUBON CHAPEL of the Christian & Missionary Alliance Hwy. 10 in Audubon 439-6843 Duane Lahlum, Pastor Sunday: 9 am Sunday School for all ages; 10 am Worship. * * * * * COMMUNITY ALLIANCE CHURCH (Christian & Missionary Alliance) Corner Hwys. 34 & 59 Office 847-2266 FAX 218-847-3011 Sr. Pastor, Rev. Paul McKibben Matt McKenzie, Pastor of Congregational Care Youth Pastor Kris Buller Sign Lauguage @10:30 am services Sunday: 8 & 10:30 am Worship Services; 9:15 am Sunday School (all ages, year round). Nursery provided for all services.
Good technique or not, Lake Park-Audubon sophomore Toni Tollefson proved she belonged at the Class 1A state girls' high jump Friday. Icing her left shin down between jumps to alleviate shin splint pains, Tollefson nevertheless reached the height of 5-06 on her final attempt, to push Litchfield's Natalie Devine to 5-07 for the state high jump championship. Neither jumper made the height, but Devine was awarded the title because of the criteria of missing the least jumps. But finishing one spot out of a state title was very satisfying to Tollefson.
The Detroit Lakes Izzo's VFW baseball team started the 2006 season with a 1-2 record, topping Bemidji 5-4 in eight innings, but falling to Moorhead in doubleheader action by the scores of 12-1 and 11-6. Izzo's pitcher Doug Dickey scattered seven hits and four walks, while striking out seven in DL's 5-4 extra-inning win over Bemidji June 5. Dickey pitched the complete game, despite giving up four runs through three innings. After that, he settled down, tossing five scoreless frames to give the Izzo's offense time to chip away at the lead.
The Perham Pirates were matched up against Buckman in game one of the St. Cloud tournament this past weekend. The Billygoats are a recent State Champion team in Class C, where Buckman won 9-8. Jon Kotaska got the start on the mound for the Pirates and was in complete control through the first five innings, allowing only two base runners. In the fifth, with the rain falling, the Billygoats cut the lead to 4-2. In the top of the seventh the Pirates added two insurance runs to make the score 6-2.
50 Years ago June 14, 1956 -- Miss Donna Lia, Detroit Lakes, was named Dairy Queen of Becker County as a feature of the county's eighth annual Dairy Day program. Extensive plans for the operations of schools in the Osage area were made at a recent meeting of the board of education at Park Rapids. Approval has been given to preliminary plans for a new four-room school at Osage. The architectural firm of Traynor and Hermanson, St. Cloud, has been hired to draw up plans for a proposed new high school in Detroit Lakes. Detroit Lakes public schools has hired three new teachers.
Habitat for Humanity of the Detroit Lakes Area hosts a golf scramble on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Registration will begin at noon with a 1 p.m. shotgun start at the Detroit Country Club, Detroit Lakes. The golf scramble is open to men and women and will use a modified scoring system using handicaps. On-course games will also be available throughout the scramble course.
Wednesday, June 14 Free movies The DL Library is showing free movies this summer for the whole family on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. in the main meeting room of the Library. Bring your own pillows, blankets, beanbags or lawn chairs to sit on and a beverage. The Library will provide the popcorn and a movie. This week's show is "The Swiss Family Robinson." Thursday, June 15 Emmanuel art event Emmanuel Community invites lakes area residents to take part in a special art event. An open house will be held from 3-7 p.m.
The Red River Valley Fair opens this Friday, June 16, continuing through June 24, at the fairgrounds just off Main Avenue West in West Fargo. Events planned include livestock, agriculture and other exhibits, a carnival, concerts and the World of Outlaws sprint car racing. The World of Outlaws is scheduled for Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m.; "hot laps" start at 6:30 p.m. Grandstand concerts will start at 8 p.m. nightly, June 19-24. Performers are Johnny Holm, Jo Dee Messina, Sawyer Brown, Neal McCoy, Phil Vassar and Poison.
The questions regarding the tiny motor scooters keep popping up so I will address this issue. I will try to keep this as short as possible. By state law these scooters are known as a motorized foot scooter (MFS), and are defined by 169.01 sb 4c, as a device with handlebars and designed to be stood or sat upon, gas or electric powered, with no more than two ten inch or smaller wheels, capable of a maximum 15 mph on a flat surface. According to statute 169.225: Subd. 1: The operator of a MFS has all the rights and duties of a bicycle operator; Subd.
Friday, June 9 at 6:51 p.m., a Detroit Lakes man reported a PlayStation 2 was stolen. at 7:05 p.m., a Detroit Lakes man reported being threatened. Saturday, June 10 at 11:53 a.m., a rural Detroit Lakes man reported gas was siphoned out of his vehicle. at 1:07 p.m., a rural Lake Park church break-in was reported. at 7:28 p.m., one person was arrested at White Earth following a report of an incident between two groups of individuals.