DL News Staff
The Minnesota State University Moorhead Planetarium will feature the final two showings of its feature "Hubble Vision" today (Sunday) at 2 p.m. and Monday, May 15 at 7 p.m. This fascinating program looks at the Hubbell Space Telescope's discoveries in the solar system, our galaxy and the universe beyond. The Planetarium is located on 11th Street South, in Bridges Hall room 167, on the MSUM campus. Admission is $3 for adults and $1.50 for children 12 and under, senior citizens and Tri-College students.
Minnesota Public Radio's Steve Staruch will host the 14th annual MPR Classical Music Festival, set to take place at Trollwood Park in North Fargo on Sunday, June 4. The celebration, which runs from 1 to 6 p.m.
Plains Art Museum in Fargo is looking for people interested in helping museum staff with various events and programs during the summer months. Plains Art Museum's volunteer services manager Jennifer Langevin says volunteers age 14 and up are needed for the following events and activities: Tuesday through Sunday, June 5-Aug. 25, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m. in the museum store. Sunday, June 1, 1-4 p.m. at the MPR Classical Music Festival at Trollwood Park. Monday through Friday, June 5-9, 8 a.m. to Noon, Native American Arts and Crafts camp at the museum.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe (PG) Movie: ****1/2 (out of 5 ) DVD Experience: ***** Starring Georgie Henley as Lucy Pevensie Skandar Keynes as Edmund Pevensie William Moseley as Peter Pevensie Anna Popplewell as Susan Pevensie Tilda Swinton as The White Witch James McAvoy as Mr.
The U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee held a hearing in Washington, D.C. Wednesday on the implementation of a sugar program as part of the next federal farm program. Testimony was heard from a number of sources, including Fisher, Minn., farmer Steve Williams, who is also president of the Red River Valley Sugarbeet Growers Association and American Sugarbeet Growers Association. Committee member U.S. Sen.
The Minnesota Senate approved an omnibus funding bill last week that includes $900,000 for expenses related to bovine tuberculosis testing in the northwestern part of the state. The bovine TB legislation was authored by Sen.
Senior year changes a lot of things. Friends become closer or drift apart as we prepare for one of the biggest changes of our lives. Our high school careers are coming to a close, and our adult lives are about to begin. Many of us are moving large distances from home, and some are leaving all that they have ever known. Although the thought of leaving home is a scary thing, it is one of the most anticipated moves of my life. I know everything will be different, but that's what I'm looking forward to most. I cannot say I have completely experienced growing up in Detroit Lakes.
Area business owners heard "the good, the bad and the ugly truth" about Wal-Mart's arrival in the community from veterans of the invasion, Bemidji State University professors and a student studying the issue. After hearing them present their views on Minnesota Public Radio, Business owner Jill Johnson had invited the trio to present their views. Professor of business administration Carol Nielsen introduced "the good" Sam Walton who had championed "small business" ethics, this in contrast to "Wal-Mart Today." "Wal-Mart is as big as Home Depot, Kroger, Target, Costco, Sears and Kmart combined
A New York Mills woman remains in the Otter Tail County jail after being charged with felony complaints on April 26. Forty-nine-year-old Diana Lee Koljonen was charged in Otter Tail County District court with fleeing peace officers, third degree theft, and driving after revocation after a shoplifting report was received from an employee of Nadines in Perham on April 24. According to court documents, Koljonens vehicle was stopped on North Boardman Avenue in New York Mills by an Otter Tail County Sheriffs Deputy because the vehicle and the driver matched the description of the alleged Nadines
Pine Lakes property owners will be surveyed in the coming weeks, to determine the level of interest in connecting to Perham city sewer. The Pine Lakes Improvement District will be conducting the survey, which will be the key step in determining whether the project should be considered. There are about 700 homes around Big Pine and Little Pine. Discussions about connecting to Perham municipal wastewater treatment began late last summer. Connecting to Perham city water is also being considered.