DL News Staff
After an absence of more than 60 years, the double barrel S x S is back. The advent of the magazine guns such as the Browning A-5 and the Winchester Model 12 shotgun was the death knell of the side-by-side shotgun. And then came the over-unders. But the pendulum may be swinging the other way. A number of manufacturers are now importing side-by-side shotguns. Ruger is the only one gun maker builds it in this country. Their Gold Label has created quite some stir, with a suggesting retail of $2,000. It is a nice, but plain gun, yet with that Ruger reliability.
It's a bull market for corn and spring wheat in 2006. Not so for soybeans, but that could change in 2007 if the Chicago deferred contracts are any indication of what the grain trade wants next year. Strong market prices for corn and wheat were reinforced by the June supply and demand report released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture June 9. While the report addressed the U.S.
This year's LQA&E Training for Becker County is going to be held Saturday, June 24. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. and the training at 9 a.m. to Noon. It will be held at the Minnesota State Community and Technical College in Detroit Lakes. The cost per participant is $5. As the State Fair policy states: All youth participating as a State Fair livestock exhibitor in beef, dairy, sheep, swine, poultry, rabbits, goats and all regular (non-Cloverbud) 4-H swine county fair exhibitors must have completed a Livestock Quality Assurance and Ethics workshop.
ST. PAUL -- Cattle producers will learn how to increase average daily gains while using pasture rotation at the upcoming North Country Cattlemen's College.
The Minnesota State Patrol will be out in full force Friday for Maroon Day. All available state troopers -- from the chief on down to the most recently hired -- will be in a squad car and on patrol that day, according to Lt. Mike Hanson of the MSP district headquarters at Detroit Lakes. "It is a tradition that we've had for years and years.
By BRIAN WIERIMA firstname.lastname@example.org Frazee junior Drew Daggett is getting closer to the top of the mountain. Daggett, who competed in four Class 1A state track and field events Friday and Saturday at Hamline University, finished in the top three in his two individual races, while helping a pair of Hornet relay teams finish higher than expected. Entering the state meet, Daggett had the best high jump mark from sections, and placed just one off that mark, taking second place to Tracy-Milroy-Balaatan's Gary Knott, who outlasted the Hornet with a 6-05 height.
The Dent Wildcats slipped to second place in the Countryside League after falling to 4-2 on the season and trailing Fergus Falls by one-half game. Saturday the Lake and Pine North's Wolf Lake Wolf Pack visited Dent for an exhibition game. The Wolf Pack's former Perham High School standout, Shane Hendrickson, had a dominant performance on the mound and earned a 3-0 victory over the 'Cats. Wolf Lake first scored in the fourth inning, when Hendrickson scored on a double by Juberian after being hit by a pitch.
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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.