DL News Staff
Serenity Salon Day Spa and Tanning would like to welcome massage therapist Sue Holt to its salon staff. Holt is a graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead and the Sister Rosalind School of Massage, located in Fargo. She previously worked as a PACE coordinator for Detroit Lakes Independent School District 22 and as a WE Fest employment office director and currently resides in Detroit Lakes.
America has been involved in a war against terrorism since attacks were made on the World Trade Center in 2001. This war has become a main topic of debate, and many people have mixed feelings concerning it. We all want to support our troops and bring them home safely. Yet, America is torn, unable to decide whether or not we believe our troops should be in Iraq. Throughout American history, we have always enlisted the use of our freedom of speech. It is an amendment to our constitution, and something that is used daily to defend ourselves and our rights.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will make a regulatory decision in July that will have implications for duck hunters during the five-year period of 2006-2010 if the duck season is less than 40 days. The DNR, as required by the U.S.
For two seasons, they were the Lakes Digital Image team. This year, the trap shooting squad has come of age at the Becker County Sportsmen's Club. These former junior league shooters are now competing in the adult category under the name Bekkerus-Schott-Johnson CPA. The team is captained by Matt Bruflodt, and shooting very well, in a tie for first place. There are different faces in the club's kitchen each Thursday.
The headline on a Minnesota Deer Hunters Association commentary in the June 4th issue of the Detroit Lakes Tribune was incorrect. It should have read that MDHA does not support a proposed $1 increase in the deer hunting license, which would be used for venison processing. MDHA's executive board opposes the increase because it could open the deer hunting license fee to other non-hunting add-ons, according to MDHA president Dan Splittstoser.
Anglers harvested an estimated 32,500 pounds of walleye and released more than five times that amount in the first three weeks of fishing on Upper Red Lake, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The lake, which was closed to anglers in 1999 due to low walleye numbers, was reopened this spring under special regulations that allow anglers to keep two walleye.
Yes, you'll soon be able to buy a classy copy of the little rifle carried in World War II. Auto Ordinance, a big sub-contractor, made tens of thousands of the Winchester invention. It was originally intended to arm enlisted personnel who needed a bit more firepower than the Colt 1911 .45-caliber auto pistol. I carried it on the invasion of Sicily and at Salerno, Italy. I liked its 51/2 pounds. The 9 1/2 pound M-l Garand was just a burden, as I shouldered a surveyors transit, or an alidade or a dumpy level, all surveying instruments in our assisting field artillery in the Apennines.
Lakeview Golf Course Junior Golf Tuesday, June 13 7:30 a.m. 18 Hole Boys Nate Bausman Brady Eilertson Rick Hutchinson Jack Dohoney Karter Smith Aaron Singer Tyler Baukol 9 Hole Boys Nate Friesen Ben Gailfus Jacob Johnson Kyle Singer Jed Swenson Michael Herzog 9 & 18 Hole Girls Ashley Friesen Justine Haukebo Carrie Sorenson Andrea Weiss 8:00 a.m. 7 Hole Boys Travis Dorff Austin Eiter Clem Foltz Cody Jordan Steven Labine Austin Meyer Philip Meyer Sam Velde Ben Thompson 5 Hole Boys Brian Clark Christian Hedstrom Jake Hoganson Brandon Johnson John Mollberg
As part of a 20-year program to re-establish lake sturgeon into the Red River basin, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources stocked 220,000 lake sturgeon fry into the Red Lake and Roseau rivers in May. The DNR purchased "eyed" eggs from the Rainy River First Nations fish hatchery in Emo, Ontario. The eggs, which are partially developed fish embryos with developed eyes, were transported to the DNR fish hatchery in Detroit Lakes.
A Rochert man was sentenced to 98 months in prison Wednesday in Becker County District Court. Eric Ryan Bergstrom, 24, of 39909 County Road 12, was sentenced for felony second-degree controlled substance crime. He was pulled over in Detroit Lakes Aug.