DL News Staff
Rep. Matt Entenza, the DFL candidate for attorney general, officially stepped down Monday in Dilworth, passing the leadership reins to Rep. Margaret Anderson Kelliher, DFL-Minneapolis. "I know she's going to be a great leader," Entenza, DFL-St. Paul, said at an afternoon news conference. Kelliher and Entenza, along with Rep. Paul Marquart, DFL-Dilworth, also blasted Republicans for policies they say hurt rural Minnesotans. Despite promises, Republican Governor Tim Pawlenty and the Republican-controlled House failed to deliver property tax relief this session, Marquart said.
The creation Monday of a Native American Commission in Fargo will give American Indians a louder, stronger presence in the community, supporters said. Fargo city commissioners voted unanimously to form the mayor-appointed body.
BISMARCK--North Dakota parole and probation officials want to have 25 to 35 sex offenders in the state monitored with a global positioning system by the end of this year, a parole officer told a state commission on Tuesday. Parole officer Terry Grumbo, who coordinates the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation's GPS program, said nine sex offenders are currently being monitored: five in Bismarck, two in Jamestown and one each in Fargo and Grand Forks.
A Nevis couple pleaded guilty June 14 to charges stemming from two attacks on County Road 86 involving their Rottweilers. Wynetta Eskelson, 48 has pleaded guilty to dog bite, a misdemeanor, from an incident Feb. 8 in which her six Rottweilers attacked a passing jogger, Nevis resident Brittany Boe-Neidviecky, and allegedly killed her Llasa Apso dog, which has not been found. Eskelson was also charged with public nuisance and harm caused by dog from that incident. Gregory Eskelson, 54, has pleaded guilty to harm caused by dog, also a misdemeanor, resulting from a Feb.
LENOIR -- a girl, Robyn Leigh; born June 9, 2006, weighing 6 lbs. 13 oz. to Elizabeth and Robin Lenoir.
So you say that you're having a problem finding a present for Dear Old Dad for Father's Day. He has every tool known to mankind. There are gallons of after-shave on his dresser. And a new tie just ain't gonna cut it. Why not give him something to read? Yeah! Books make great gifts for Father's Day. Why not take a look at one of these... Becoming Dad by Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Leo-nard Pitts, Jr., is a book for and about African American men and fatherhood. Leonard Pitts, Jr.
Nacho Libre (PG) ** (out of 5) Starring Jack Black as Nacho Ana de la Reguera as Sister Encarnacion Héctor Jiménez as Esqueleto Darius Rose as Chancho Moises Arias as Juan Pablo Eduardo Gómez as Chuy Studio: Paramount Pictures Directed by: Jared Hess Like many people out there, I found a lot of charm in "Napoleon Dynamite." The film had heart, and it touched our own collective memory of what it was like to be an outcast in high school.
Detroit Lakes' own Marly Simmons has been chosen as one of 50 high school singers who will be touring as part of the 2006 Minnesota All-State Lutheran Choir this month. Simmons was chosen from among applicants all over the state of Minnesota. He has been busy rehearsing with the choir at Mount Carmel Ministries Camp near Alexandria, in preparation for the tour, which opened Saturday in Cokato and continues through June 28. The choir is under the direction of Thomas D.
The Red River Valley Fair continues today (Sunday) through Saturday, June 24, at the fairgrounds just off Main Avenue West in West Fargo. Events planned include livestock, agriculture and other exhibits, a carnival, concerts by Johnny Holm, Jo Dee Messina, Sawyer Brown, Neal McCoy, Phil Vassar and Poison. Admission to the fair is free. Fair organizers have also brought back the Funtic, which allows fairgoers to attend all six grandstand concerts for one price.
Some of the piano students of Sharon Wesbrook played in a Spring Recital on Sunday, June 4, at the Wesbrook Studio on Long Lake. Students playing both a memorized solo and duet were: Sarah and Rachael Buhr of Frazee, Cheyanne Zick of Rochert, and Lexi Schneibel of Detroit Lakes. Cheyanne also played an original composition and Janelle Mueller, a former student of Wesbrook's and a guest for the day from Hillsboro, N.D. performed Chopin's Polonaise in c sharp minor and Scott Joplin's Easy Winners. Friends, family and neighbors enjoyed boat rides and tubing on the lake after the recital.