DL News Staff
This spring, not only homeowners will be moving into new homes.
With spring in the air the many batches of baby chicks, ducks and pheasants have made their way to the local L&M Fleet Supply store. Lined with tubs of baby ducks and pheasants, as well as Cornish Cross and Americana chicks, L&M Fleet's farm department literally comes alive in the spring. Ironically, their livestock is received special delivery via the U.S. Mail. "We actually get them in by mail," noted farm department manager Larry Manning.
Every couple of months there seems to be a new revolutionary product. And the promises are always the same. It will solve all your woes by making information handling easier, quicker, better, faster. Between your e-mail, voice mail, cell phone, pager, telephone, fax, the Internet, and various other gadgets, how do you actually spend your days? Is the critical information that you need really at your fingertips? As streams of data come at us from more and more sources, many of us are understanding, not to mention learning, less than ever before.
The Hummel Law Firm of Detroit Lakes and the Pemberton, Sorlie, Rufer & Kershner Law Firm of Fergus Falls have reached an agreement to join forces. The merger, which takes effect on May 1, will bring together the Pemberton firm's 16 lawyers in Fergus Falls and Wadena with the Hummel Law Firm and support staff in Detroit Lakes. The combined firm will continue to provide a full range of legal services in Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls and Wadena; and attorney Lynn Hummel will continue with the firm and manage the Detroit Lakes office at 211 West Holmes, Suite 201, Detroit Lakes. "We are ple
It seems that the Fountain of Youth has been discovered once again. It's not in St. Augustine, Florida where we thought it was all these years. Ponce de Leon evidently made a mistake claiming he found it in 1513 when he set foot on American soil. No, turns out it's been hiding within our own cells. Now don't we feel silly for traveling all the way to Florida to slather on the "healing" waters?
Deer zones in central Minnesota will better reflect habitat and deer population goals under a boundary realignment announced by the Department of Natural Resources. The affected permit areas are 410, 411, 413, 414, 415, 419 and 429, which were in Zone 4 and were part of a split season.
Waterfowl and its future was on everyone's mind during a three-day symposium hosted by the Minnesota Waterfowl Association at Maplelag Resort April 7-9. A wealth of experts representing private, state and federal interests spoke to the large attending crowd. Dr. Robert Blohm, who works in the U.S.
Though there is no show today (Sunday), the Minnesota State University Moorhead Planetarium will feature the show "Hubble Vision" every Monday at 7 p.m. and all remaining Sundays at 2 p.m., continuing through May 15. This fascinating program looks at the Hubbell Space Telescope's discoveries in the solar system, our galaxy and the universe beyond. The Planetarium is located on 11th Street South, in Bridges Hall room 167, on the MSUM campus. Admission is $3 for adults and $1.50 for children 12 and under, senior citizens and Tri-College students.