DL News Staff
Tears were running down my face as the cast from Detroit Lakes High School received their well deserved praise for an outstanding performance of "Singin' in the Rain" on Sunday afternoon. My nephew, Jack, on the drive back to my family's home asked, "Why were you crying Auntie Debbie it wasn't a sad show?" No it wasn't, and for crying out loud it was, in fact, a musical comedy! But so much of who I am today was developed on the Middle School stage in the George Simson Auditorium. I was in "The Music Man," "The King and I," "Tom Sawyer," "Meet me in St.
On behalf of the members of Lakes Area Vineyard Church, we would like to express our sincere appreciation to the staff at the Detroit Lakes Community and Cultural Center (DLCCC). Lakes Area Vineyard Church held Sunday morning church services in the theatre section of the community center for six months. From our arrival on May 2, to our departure on Oct. 24, the staff at the DLCCC did so much to make us feel at home. A very warm reception really set the tone for our six-month stay.
Recently the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) eliminated a dental care program that benefited thousands of children in the state. The Collaborative Oral Health Practice Model was developed so young children from lower income families could be seen by a highly trained dental hygienist outside the traditional dentist office setting in order to meet their Head Start enrollment requirement of having a dental exam. DHS's reasoning behind eliminating this program? All children deserve to see a dentist.
I cannot begin to thank you enough for your inspiration, perspiration, and dedication. The journey of running for the State Senate has been great. I have made so many wonderful new friends. I have been so encouraged by the spirit in all of you. I truly believed in the mission set forth by you and all those who have supported me in the past few months. You must know, our work has not been in vain. We have all participated in the greatest political process ever conceived by man.
I would like to congratulate Richard, Matt, Jim and Ken as new school board members of the Frazee-Vergas School District. They face many challenges, but I have confidence that they will do a good job. I would also like to acknowledge all the support I have had over these last few months. I appreciate all the support and I will continue to keep up with what is happening in this district. I plan to run again in two years at the next school board election. I feel better days in Frazee are coming. Let's look forward and make a united school district again. Our children deserve the best!
We have received the DNR's notification of intent to acquire the property on the west side of existing public access on Big Detroit Lake. Not only are we opposed to such an acquisition, there are more problems than just parking. It is true that something must be done and that there is a problem concerning parking. But there are many more concerns that are not being addressed. For years our property taxes have risen and our property values have decreased.
Thank you to the following local businesses that donated gifts recognizing breastfeeding women in our community. Quizno's, Olivieri's Salon D.L., Papa Murphy's, Orton's in Audubon, Lakeshirts, Holland House Best Western, Essentia Health St. Mary's and Becker County WIC. Breastfeeding is the best way to provide newborns with the nutrients they need. The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding until a baby is six months old, and continued breastfeeding with the addition of nutritious complementary foods for up to two years or beyond.
Recent endorsements of political candidates show that newspaper endorsements are an even bigger joke than they normally are.
This letter is in reference to the upcoming vote on a city proposed food and beverage tax. First of all, these new taxes will not be used for schools, police, seniors, etc. In these economic times now does not seem to be the time for new wish list expenditures. If these new projects are so important than perhaps we should redirect current funds to accomplish them. The Mayor says that the tourists will be paying a big share of this tax, yet as a business owner I can tell you that more business is done between September and May than June through August.
Lund Lutheran Church would like to thank all the people who attended and who made our Swedish Meatball Dinner a success. The greater portion of our proceeds will go for youth mission, mission giving, as well as Food Pantry support. Thank you again. -- LeRoy Squires, President, Lund Lutheran Church and Lund Lutheran Members