DL News Staff
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Results of monitoring have once again revealed only rare contamination problems in Minnesota's 964 community water systems, according to the annual report released by the Minnesota Department of Health. None of the systems exceeded current federal or state standards for pesticides or industrial contaminants. Water samples from those systems were subjected to more than 19,000 separate tests for more than 100 potential contaminants.
GLYNDON - The 10 people living in four mobile homes at the Glyndon Mobile Home Park controlled one of the park's two entrances. They "actually had the entire front of the trailer park sealed off," Glyndon Police Chief Mike Cline said. That control came to an end around noon Monday, when 37 officers from 11 law-enforcement agencies arrested all 10 and seized nearly $200,000 worth of cocaine, methamphetamine and heroin. Cline said he was shocked by the more than half-pound of heroin seized. "It was an eye-opener to see that much in one spot," Cline said.
Gunderson-Schornack engagement Jenna Gunderson and Todd Schornack, both of Lake Park, announce their wedding engagement. Jenna, daughter of Gary and Barb Gunderson, Detroit Lakes, graduated from Detroit Lakes High School in 2003. She is employed at Lakeshirts and attends school for dental hygiene.Todd, son of Charles and Mary Schornack, New York Mills, graduated from New York Mills in 2001. He is a mechanic at Seaberg Power Sports. A July 2008 wedding is planned.
Schroeder-Coobs engagement Tom and Betty Schroeder of Detroit Lakes proudly announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Lindsay, to Benjamin Coobs, son of Doug and Ingrid Coobs of Clintonville, Wis. on August 19. Their wedding will take place in St. Paul at the Como Conservatory gardens with an evening ceremony. Ben recently finished his first year of Medical School and Lindsay will begin graduate school at Carlson School of Management in human resources this fall, both at the University of Minnesota.
Thompson 80th birthday Gordon "Bud" Thompson will be honored with an open house hosted by his family on Sunday, July 2 from 2-4:30 p.m. The celebration will take place at the Detroit Lakes Shrine Club, 517 North Washington Ave., Detroit Lakes (1 1/2 blocks North of Hwy. 10 on East side of Washington Ave.) Look for Balloons and Signs. Bring your smiles and stories to share, no gifts please.
Rondeau-Schlieman marriage Teressa Rondeau and Robert Schlieman would like to announce their recent wedding. Parents of the couple are Anthony and Ruth Rondeau, Fergus Falls and James and Linda Schlieman. Teressa works as a science teacher at the Perham Area Learning Center and Robert works as a civil engineer for Ulteig Engineers, Inc. The couple were married on April 8 at the Hope Lutheran Church of Fergus Falls.
Reed 50th anniversary David and Lorraine Reed, Audubon, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on July 2, at a private celebration hosted by their children at the couples lake home on Big Cormorant Lake. David Reed and Lorraine Kruize were married June 30, 1956 at Korgsvinger Lutheran Church in Donnelly.