DL News Staff
Partisan critics have recently attacked our dedication to education. Nothing could be farther from the truth. In fact, between the two of us we have authored 46 education related bills during the current biennium alone. The scope of these bills range anywhere from assisting local childcare providers to our state's higher education system. Education is not a partisan issue and we are disappointed that some people have chosen to try to make it one. We work very hard with our colleagues on both sides of the isle to do what is best for our students and public education system.
Energy was the nation's number one story last week, with everyone from President Bush to gas station customers talking about rising prices. The situation also birthed a number of solutions on the political front, not only from the White House and Congress, but from energy producers as well. In separate press conferences with Minnesota reporters, U.S. Sens.
During the week of April 23-29, crime victims and survivors and those who serve them will join together across America to promote victims' rights and services, and to educate communities about the devastating impact of crime on victims, neighborhoods, schools and our nation as a whole. The theme of 2006 National Crime Victims' Rights Week -- "Victims' Rights: Strength in Unity' -- pays tribute to crime victims and survivors who, for many decades, have joined together in mutual support and advocacy to promote victims' rights and services.
Question: I am building a trailer to haul small sheds on. When hauling a load on a trailer how high can we go without the need of a permit? Answer: I will assume you are not talking about farm implements or special double-deck buses.
Like a wide receiver running into a goalpost, momentum to build sports stadiums hit an obstruction Thursday in the Senate Taxes Committee. The panel initially defeated 6-6 a proposal to build a University of Minnesota football stadium on campus, but it was expected to come back and eventually pass the Senate, as it already has the House.
The Becker County Humane Society has the following animal that was recently found: female black dog with white feet, five miles east of Detroit Lakes off Highway 34. To claim this pet or if interested in adoption, call 847-0511.
Police have identified the Pelican Rapids woman who was killed in a car accident Saturday morning. Louise M. Sasso-Lundin, 46, was driving east on Highway 108 in Otter Tail County when the vehicle she was driving ran off the road, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Officers say Sasso-Lundin was wearing a seat belt but there was either no airbag or it did not deploy. There was only minor damage done to the vehicle, according to authorities.
Bonnie Lee for Hair Design staffers Bonnie Lee, Shelly and Barbara attended the Annual West Coast Beauty Systems Beauty Show. The Art of Hair 2006 was the theme. Manufacturers were there with products, knowledge and training sessions. Some manufacturers in attendance included Matrix, Paul Mitchell, Nioxin and Scruples. Training sessions were available for beauticians in a four-state area, said Bonnie Lee. Bonnie Lee for Hair Design is at 807 Washington Avenue in Detroit Lakes. Call 847-2838 for futher information or to make an appointment.