DL News Staff
ST. PAUL - Governments soon will be restricted from taking private land if Gov. Tim Pawlenty signs eminent domain changes as expected. The House and Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill Monday to make sure governments, especially cities, cannot take private land and sell it to private developers. On a 56-9 vote, with mostly urban Democrats against it, senators gave final approval to the bill. The House voted 115-17, with Rep. Morrie Lanning, R-Moorhead, the only rural lawmaker opposing it.
Jeri Hird Dutcher, CPRW, has begun writing resumes for ResumeEdge.com, one of the largest resume production sites on the Internet.
The Minnesota Chapter of the ESOP Association has named Marco the 2006 Minnesota ESOP Company of the Year. The ESOP Company of the Year is awarded to a company committed to employee ownership as evidenced by its involvement with the ESOP Association and its programs, by its communications with employees and by its commitment to the vision of the ESOP Association. "Employee ownership is a key part of who we are, core part of our philosophy," said Gary J.
Creative Health is now offering its services to clients in Detroit Lakes. The Fargo-Moorhead business provides detoxification, fibromyalgia programs, immunity health, weight loss programs, pain management and overall general nutrition and wellness. "We have had tremendous success with the programs due to the quality of our products.
Sept. 7, 1929-May 11, 2006 LeMay M. Malinowski, 76, of Detroit Lakes, died Thursday, May 11, 2006, at St. Mary's Nursing Center, Detroit Lakes. LeMay Boswell was born to Frank and Evelyn (Fairbanks) Boswell on Sept. 7, 1929 in White Earth, where she grew up and attended the Mission School. She moved to Milwaukee, Wis., as a teenager, and in 1950 married Stanley Malinowski. Over the years she lived in White Earth and Milwaukee. LeMay's greatest passion was flying. In 1963, she joined the Bill Adams Air Show in Wisconsin, performing stunts as a wing rider on a Stearman bi-plane.
Mothers have their own language when it comes to their children, a language that is understood by children all over the world. As infants held in loving, protective arms, the language is the coos, nicknames and non-sensical words whispered in tiny ears that bring toothless grins. But as children grow the words become a little less loving as mothers become stern disciplinarians to prepare their children for life and the ways of the world. The language and its lessons have been handed down from generation to generation.
The Lake Region Arts Council will begin a new fiscal year July 1, and at that time there will be board positions open in Becker, Clay, Grant and Traverse counties. Serving on the LRAC Board is a wonderful opportunity to become more familiar with the arts in the lakes region, and to become an active arts supporter. The latest member to be elected to the LRAC board of directors is Dick DuBord. He was selected to serve a three-year term as one of the two representatives of Otter Tail County. DuBord is a resident of Dent and has a long standing interest in the arts.
For many years, the last nine with MeritCare Psychi-atric Services, clinical psychologist and newspaper columnist Dr. Val Farmer has helped people from the region deal with various mental health issues and stressors. He's well known for his work with farm families, including a series of farm couple retreats he held in 1999 and 2000 and a book he published, "Honey, I Shrunk the Farm," which focuses on coping skills for farm families facing severe financial problems.
SUNDAY, MAY 14 2:00 pm- Callaway Community Council, Callaway City Hall. 4:00-6 pm-The Detroit Lakes, Moorhead, Fargo area PFLAG (Parents, Families/Friends, of Lesbians & Gays) Chapter meets at the PEPP bldg. at 116 12th St. So., Moorhead, MN. Info: Audrey at 218-238-6604. 7-8:00 pm- ALATEEN Group, Holy Rosary Church basement. 8:00 pm- AA, corner of Summit & Holmes, 844-9970. MONDAY, MAY 15 8:30 am-7 pm- Adult Basic Education & GED tutoring, 204 E. Willow (Lincoln Ed. Ctr.).
DEAR READERS: Mothers come in all sizes and colors. Some are traditional, while others are not. But one thing is true about mothers everywhere. The role they have assumed is both the hardest job in the world and the most rewarding. Because today is Mother's Day. I extend my best wishes to all of you - whether you are birth mothers, stepmothers, adoptive mothers, foster mothers or mothers-in-law. *** DEAR ABBY: Every year on Mother's Day, you feature letters about cake-baking, hugs-and-kisses mothers.