DL News Staff
50 Years ago May 11, 1956 -- Four persons have filed for the two posts open on the board of the Detroit Lakes School. They are George Legler, Dr. G.J. Olson, R.L. Leuben and Garfield Fox. A total of 107 children from three counties were examined by orthopedic and pediatric specialists at the annual spring clinic. Forty-one of the children were from Becker County, and the others were from Clay and Mahnomen counties. Postmaster William Boze announced his plans to retire June 30 and to enter private business.
Recognizing that businesses in Minnesota benefit from hiring military veterans, Gov.
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Click it or get a ticket returned to Becker County this week. Local law enforcement departments-- city and county -- are participating in a week-long campaign that began Monday. There will be a free demonstration Friday in the L&M Fleet parking lot at Detroit Lakes on how child restraint seats should be used. White Earth Tribal Police officer Steve Jackson will also check child seats for individuals wanting an inspection, with assistance from Becker County Sheriff's Captain Joe McArthur at 1-3 p.m. Free fishing lures will be given away -- one to each person -- while KDLM Radio will be
A felony complaint was filed against a Dent man in Becker County District Court Thursday. Ricky Green, 34, of 302 Dat Street, is accused of issuance of dishonored checks, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine. His first court appearance is May 22. According to the court complaint, Green allegedly issued dishonored checks between Oct. 25, 2005 and Feb. 4, 2006, on the bank account of The Becker Sports Grille. The checks totaled $4,405.
Friday, May 5 at 9:19 a.m., two chainsaws were reported stolen from a rural Waubun trailer. at 6:51 p.m., a Detroit Lakes woman reported being threatened. at 10:57 p.m., a Detroit Lakes woman was arrested for disorderly conduct for an incident at a Detroit Lakes bar. at 11:57 p.m., a Detroit Lakes grocery store shoplifter fought with officers who tried to arrest him. The man was also wanted on a Wright County warrant. Saturday, May 6 at 11:40 a.m., a pickup gas tank was reported stolen.
Students are being robbed of a proper education each and every day. I do not believe that all of the problem lies in the government funding as many do believe. I think that a lot of the blame needs to be put on our educators. Not all of our educators, but some. Maybe there needs to be higher standards that need to be met before a teaching license may be acquired. Teachers make passing their classes much to easy. One reason for this is that testing has been made into a joke.
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Stadium construction proposals worth $1.2 billion Minnesota Senate won votes Tuesday, but don't plan any tailgating parties at new stadiums just yet. In a mostly partisan debate, senators approved building a University of Minnesota football stadium on campus, then passed a second bill authorizing new a Twins ballpark and Vikings stadium. Each bill passed 34-32; Democrats mostly favored it, with Republicans against. The two sides didn't agree on how the votes affect the future of stadium legislation. "They wanted to kill the Twins and I think they did it," Sen.