DL News Staff
Graduation has come and gone. It's all up to you now. How will you support yourself in an uncertain, ever-more-expensive world? Your financial anxiety is understandable. We all share it. But while you may feel overwhelmed, Michael Masterson reminds you that your age actually gives you an economic advantage over the rest of us. "Most young people simply have no concept of how simple it is to build wealth," says Masterson. "I didn't say easy, because hard work and self-discipline are required, but simple.
Carrying everything from vintage postcards to classic colored glass, Hummels to old milk cans, Sue Peterson's SuLaines Antique Mall has been steadily adding inventory and customers for over two and a half years in the lakes area. Morphing her nickname "Sue" with her mother's name "Elaine," Peterson has become a master of mixing things together to keep her business fresh and moving. Continuing to combine things, Peterson recently added original artworks to her endless selection of antiques and collectibles -- opening Stillwaters Gallery at SuLaines. "I always have wanted to add art and th
You have a great idea for a project. It will be useful, save money and effort for your department, and solve a nagging problem. This should be easy to sell, but your request for additional budgeting is denied. What happened? Not getting funding for an idea, project, or training is not always a reflection on the quality of the idea. Many factors affect a "yes" decision. Timing, presentation style, perceived criticalness of the issue, are just a few of the factors.
Arvig Communication Systems (ACS) is proud to present scholarships to six Minnesota State Community and Technical College (MSCTS) graduates at the MSCTS graduation ceremony held on May 11 in Wadena as part of the Allen R. Arvig Telecommunications Scholarship Program. ACS is proud to partner with the communities and industries they serve. One example of this partnership is the ACS Advancement Program.
Loren Kmett, audiologist with Easy Hearing Clinic in Park Rapids and Detroit Lakes, attended a workshop hosted by Siemens Hearing Instruments on its innovative new hearing solution, Centra. Centra is the first hearing solution designed with wearer-centered technologies -- transient noise reduction, trainable volume control and wireless synchronization. Hearing Care Professionals came together to learn about Centra, the latest solution in the hearing care industry.
A Fargo man made his first appearance in Becker County District Court on a felony charge Monday. District Judge John Pearson released John Marshall Jr., 24, of 3161 32nd Street South, on his own recognizance. His next court appearance is July 17. Marshall is charged with first-degree criminal damage to property. According to the court complaint, Marshall allegedly punched out the back window of a 2001 Toyota van parked near Rochert July 1.
50 Years ago July 11, 1956 -- Reigning over the 21st annual Northwest Water Carnival will be Miss Yvonne Kersting, 19, brunette daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kersting of Waubun. A coroner's jury found a 22-year-old White Earth woman drove in a "grossly negligent manner" in a two-car collision 17 miles north of Detroit Lakes when a 29-year-old Minneapolis man was killed.
Work began in April on the $37 million dollar Highway 10 bypass project, a joint effort of the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT), the City of Detroit Lakes and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad. The main goal of the project is to improve safety for drivers entering, leaving and driving along Highway 10 as it passes through the Detroit Lakes downtown area.
SUNDAY, JULY 9 2:00 pm- Callaway Community Council, Callaway City Hall. 4:00-6 pm-The Detroit Lakes, Moorhead, Fargo area PFLAG (Parents, Families/Friends, of Lesbians & Gays) Chapter meets at the PEPP bldg. at 116 12th St. So., Moorhead, MN. Info: Audrey at 218-238-6604. 7-8:00 pm- ALATEEN Group, Holy Rosary Church basement. 8:00 pm- AA, corner of Summit & Holmes, 844-9970. MONDAY, JULY 10 8:30 am-7 pm- Adult Basic Education & GED tutoring, 204 E. Willow (Lincoln Ed. Ctr.).