DL News Staff
Walleye are often thought of as a fish that live in clear water. They are also often thought of as a fish that, during the summer months, prefer the depths. While it is true that walleyes that are hanging around in clear water will often be deep, it is also true that in many, many situations walleyes will be found in stained water. In fact, when they have a choice, they will often prefer the stained water habitats.
A lot of people have been asking if Minnesota Deer Hunters Association supports the proposed $1 increase in the deer license fee for venison processing. The answer is that MDHA does not support the increase, but we actively and whole-heartedly support venison processing. Let me elaborate. In 1991 MDHA's Executive Board initiated the Hunters Against Hunger program.
Minnesota's muskie fishery could become even better under new regulations proposed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The regulations would raise the minimum size muskie that anglers could keep from 40 to 48 inches on 46 select lakes and several rivers. Signs will be posted at each of the waters potentially affected by the proposed regulation. A series of public meetings will be held to take input this fall. "This regulation is being proposed with the support of most muskie anglers," said Al Stevens, DNR fisheries program consultant.
Summer is good for many different things. It is a well-earned break from the harsh cold of winters, and a lazy relief from the stress of seasons past. Waking late and staying up into the warm nights are perks now enjoyed, while rushing is a figment from long ago. Although summer cannot be completely free from worries, it holds the key to helping us see what is right in front of us. Summer can open eyes to the simple necessities of life and the miracles that nature has to offer. Our community has the asset of a lake, which becomes populated during the summer months.
Summer is finally here. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the lakes are at a decent swimming temperature. Everyone looks forward to this time of year when we can get out of our wool coats and boots and into our swimming suits and flip flops. But as we locals know all to well, summer also brings a huge increase of population in the area. For years, people have clamored for ways to escape the busy city life, and because of this want, vacation homes in rural locales have become very popular over the years.
The Ringer (PG-13) Movie: **1/2 (out of 5) DVD Experience: ***1/2 (out of 5) Starring Johnny Knoxville as Steve Barker Brian Cox as Uncle Gary Katherine Heigl as Lynn Sheridan Edward Barbanell as Billy Bill Chott as Thomas Jed Rees as Glen Studio: Fox Searchlight Directed by: Barry W. Blaustein Like most people, when I first heard there was a comedy about Johnny Knoxville fixing the Special Olympics, I cringed. We all know how Knoxville can be in the spotlight, and it had to be a nightmare of political incorrectness. Then, "The Ringer" came into the theatres.
Thirty-nine percent of student borrowers are graduating with unmanageable levels of debt with monthly payments that are more than eight percent of their monthly income, according to a report by The State PIRG's Higher Education Project. American Education Services (AES) offers college funding advice to students and their families, helping them avoid the burden of unnecessary debt. A federal Stafford Loan should be a student's first consideration once all possibility of gift aid has been exhausted. However, the terms of a Stafford Loan vary from lender to lender.
With a resounding notion that 2006 was the year to stop talking and take action regarding her gift emporium, Rhonda Wood opened SasseFras Clothing, Handmade Jewelry, Gifts and Accessories. Setting up shop in Ottertail as well as Shady Hollow Flea Market (on Sundays), Wood stated her new retail venture really had been many years in the making. "I have always wanted to run a shop like this," said Wood.
In a small ceremony held on Monday, May 15, the Promotions and Events Committee of the Detroit Lakes Regional Chamber of Commerce presented Detroit Lakes Public Utilities staffers Mike Lahlum and Kurt Ashland their May Super Service Award. Ashland and Lahlum received a plaque and Chamber Bucks for their customer service efforts, which included helping a customer with a burst basement pipe. Presenting the award was Promotions and Events Committee member Beth Pridday. Regional Chamber of Commerce president Dave Hochhalter was also on hand for the ceremony.
In these turbulent times, where security is fleeting to say the least, the more you can do to provide value to your boss, work group and organization the more secure you will feel. If you have a great job and you want to keep it there are some skills you can master that will help you stand out as a "keeper." Be accountable for outcomes. Take responsibility for results. Particularly now with organizations running so lean, everyone counts and every action truly does have a reaction. Remove "it is not my job" from you vocabulary.