DL News Staff
REACH (Rural Enrichment and Counseling Headquarters) has been awarded a grant of $10,000 from Dakota Medical Foundation to bring psychiatric services at its Hawley location. This program will provide locally accessible psychiatric nursing services to rural clients in need. REACH is rural non-profit dedicated to providing comprehensive human services to children of all ages, adults, and seniors. REACH works to provide a balanced approach to addressing rural human service needs and building individual, family and community assets and strengths.
Tuesday, June 6 at 1:58 a.m., an assault was reported at Bayview Bar, Detroit Lakes. at 8:37 a.m., an elderly woman was reported driving eastbound in the westbound lane of Highway 10, near Wal-Mart. Police found her and deemed her not suitable to drive. at 1:51 p.m., a juvenile, who was being transported from Hubbard County to Becker County, was found with weapons on him. at 7:22 p.m., a woman reported the Wells Fargo ATM looked damaged.
Roberta Ann Miller. 49, of Grand Forks, N.D., was sentenced Tuesday for felony fifth-degree controlled substance crime and misdemeanor giving a false name to a peace officer. On April 16 she was a passenger in a car stopped by a Callaway-Ogema police officer on Highway 59. She gave a false last name, and jailers found a Vicodin pain pill on her when she was booked into the Becker County Jail. District Judge Wayne Farnberg stayed adjudication of a prison sentence, but ordered a 30-day jail sentence, pay a $1,000 fine plus court costs and be on five years supervised probration.
Bruce Preece was fired on Friday from his position as Bemidji public safety director, reportedly because of differences in management style. Detective Sgt. Jerry Johnson is serving as interim public safety director. Preece had been on paid administrative leave since April 25. He was placed on leave by former Bemidji City Manager David Minke. Ron Eischens, city finance director is now serving as interim city manager. He said the city has not developed a plan for replacing Preece. Meanwhile, in an unrelated action earlier this month, U.S.
A U.S. House Agriculture subcommittee held a field hearing in Winona on new federal dairy policy May 31. Subcommittee chairman U.S. Rep.
Area farmers are invited to participate in upcoming University of Minnesota Extension small grain staging and management clinics this month. University crop specialists and Extension educators will be on hand, to answer 2006 growing season concerns, questions and to exchange information. The clinics will be held at: Lake Park City Center, Thursday, June 15, 8-10 a.m. Comstock Community Center, Thursday, June 15, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Gary, Triangle Ag Complex, Wednesday, June 21, 9-11 a.m. Producers encouraged to bring in wheat and barley samples for evaluation of crop stage and par
The following are daily future price settlements on near-contracts for grain, livestock and dairy commodities for the week of June 2-8. Minneapolis spring wheat, July contract; Friday $4.66; Monday $4.65; Tuesday $4.50 1/2; Wednesday $4.58 1/4; Thursday $4.53. Chicago corn, July contract; Friday $2.59 1/2; Monday $2.53; Tuesday $2.57 3/4; Wednesday $2.51; Thursday $2.45 1/2. Chicago soybeans, July contract; Friday $6.09; Monday $6.03 3/4; Tuesday $5.93 1/2; Wednesday $5.97; Thursday $5.87 3/4. Chicago live cattle, August contract; Friday $81.30; Monday $80.67; Tuesday $80.57; W
The most popular "call of the week" was questions on weed control in pastures. With adequate moisture and warm temperatures, weeds, especially thistles, seem to be on the mind of farmers and ranchers. Weed control in permanent pastures can be a challenging job to livestock producers.
Researchers from the NWROC entomology project found soybean aphids on V1/V2 soybeans between Crookston and Fisher two weeks ago. Populations are very small (nothing to worry about yet!), but this is the earliest date that soybean aphids have been recorded infesting fields in northern Minnesota (and may be one of the earliest dates for them to be found in commercial fields in the state!). These aphids undoubtedly over-wintered in the region this year.
Recent popular media stories have sought to raise the specter of a conflict in food versus fuel as our nation moves toward less reliance on costly imported oil. Had reporters taken a close look at U.S.