DL News Staff
The annual Freeze Your Buns Run/Walk was last weekend during the Polar Fest. Men's winners include first, Jason Rasmussen, 19:05; second, Ryan Zunich, 19:54, and third, Clint Bachman, 20:41. Women's winners include first, Heather Smith, 22:08; second, Carol McCarthy, 25:13, and third, Christine Floding, 25:16.
The Becker County Humane Society has the following animal that was recently found: young adult male black lab, near White Earth Lake. To claim this pet or if interested in adoption, call 218-847-0511 and leave a message.
MORAN -- a boy, John Randall; born February 4, 2006, weighing 10 lbs. 3 oz. to Suzanne Trnka.
DEVALL -- a boy, Alizé Allen; born February 4, 2006, weighing 8 lbs. 4 oz. to Latoya Libby and Roque Devall.
KING -- a boy, Robert Edward; born February 4, 2006, weighing 6 lbs. 10 oz. to Jennifer Burnette.
BASS -- a girl, Madeline Elizabeth; born February 2, 2006, weighing 6 lbs. 12 oz. to Angela and George Bass.
Roethel enrolls Sarah Roethel, a senior at Detroit Lakes High School, has been accepted to Minnesota State University Moorhead. Roethel is the daughter of David and Sharon Roethel and intends to major in early childhood special education. Minnesota State University Moorhead is a comprehensive regional university enrolling approximately 7,600 students. MSUM offers more than 135 majors, emphases and options, 16 areas of pre-professional studies, 32 areas of licensure preparation, and 13 graduate programs. Students named to U of M dean's list Tonja J. Torgerson of Callaway and Alissa A.
July 4, 1949-Feb. 10, 2006 David M. Weimer, 56, of Syracuse, Ind., died at 4:25 p.m. on Friday, February 10, 2006 at Goshen General Hospital in Goshen, Ind. David was born to Donald M. and Irene E. (Kissinger) Weimer on July 4, 1949 in Gary, Ind. He graduated from Liberty High School in Chesterton, Ind. David moved to the Syracuse, Ind., area 28 years ago, from Wisconsin. He married Sue Brock on May 25, 1996 in Las Vegas. David was a business owner and salesman.
Minnesota Democrats want Gov. Tim Pawlenty's radio show declared an illegal campaign contribution from stations carrying it. The Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party on Friday asked the state's campaign regulation board to rule the weekly show amounted to a $600,000 donation to the Pawlenty re-election campaign in 2005.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty's Friday radio show can continue for months before federal rules require stations to give challengers equal time. The federal agency that regulates radio stations says the equal-time provision does not kick in until a candidate's name is certified for the ballot, which in Minnesota will occur July 20. And Democrats running in the primary election would not be eligible for equal time until after the Sept.