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The chief of police of Lake Park pleaded guilty Thursday in Clay County District Court to fourth-degree DWI. Timothy V. Hoag, 46, admitted he was driving with a blood-alcohol level greater than .08 percent when he was stopped by the Minnesota State Patrol on Oct. 4 near Glyndon. "I'm guilty, and I apologize," Hoag told Judge Steven Cahill.
What can the typical (above average, of course) Minnesota fourth-grader tell you about the economic, social and political transition of the United States before, during and after World War II? If that's too hard, then venture over to the state's ninth- to 12th- classrooms and ask about the historical turning points that affected the spread and influence of Islamic civilization, including disputes that led to the split between Sunnis and Shi'ah from 600 to 1100 A.D. If those questions seem challenging, they're supposed to be.
Timber harvests on federal lands become important to local governments, including rural schools, which share in the revenues. But when the harvest is limited, so are the revenues, and local government budgets suffer. But a Bush administration proposal to restore some of the lost funding to rural schools by selling off public lands is wrong, and should not be seen as an answer to get more money to rural schools. The Bush administration plans to sell 300,000 acres of U.S.
Recently, I read with great amusement, an article written by Richard M.
Those who read your article will agree with much of what was said. However, Muslim terrorists a small minority? Who is recruiting and training them? Pat Robertson forgot that we are to love the sinner and hate the sin. What does sin do to mankind but corrupt our thoughts, dull our ears and certainly pollute our mouths. Jesus went to the cross and took all of our sins on himself to save us, not as the Muslims and others are doing.
To all of the readers out there that oppose our country's efforts overseas: Is it so hard to imagine how you would feel if you were in one of our courageous soldier's shoes right now, and you heard that the people you are risking your life for people who do not believe in the reason for which you are doing so? Is it so hard to see that not completing what we went to war to do would mean that those 2,000-plus heroes that have lost their lives would have done so in vain? Is it so hard to see that even though we did not find weapons of mass destruction, we are still fighting a fight that has
Nov. 10, 1917-March 25, 2006 Dorothy C. Forbes, 88, of Detroit Lakes, died Saturday, March 25, 2006 at St. Mary's Nursing Center in Detroit Lakes. Dorothy C. Quast born to Edward and Ida (Steinkopf) Quast on Nov. 10, 1917 in Buffalo Lake, Minn. When Dorothy was five years old, the family moved to Detroit Lakes, where she attended grade school and graduated from Detroit Lakes High School. After high school she went on to attend business college for one year. On Sept. 22, 1940, Dorothy married Sheldon M. Forbes in Detroit Lakes.
SUMMONS ISSUED State of Minnesota District Court County of Aitkin Ninth Judicial District Court File Number: F6-06-184 Case Type: Dissolution With Children In Re: the Marriage of: Todd Thomas Sr. Name of Petitioner And SUMMONS Christina Thomas Without Real Estate Name of Respondent STATE OF MINNESOTA )SS COUNTY OF AITKIN )SS THE STATE OF MINNESOTA TO THE ABOVE-NAMED RESPONDENT: Warning: Your spouse (husband or wife) has filed a lawsuit against you for dis- solution of your marriage.
MINUTES - INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 435 REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING March 20, 2006 7:00 pm, Ogema Media Center Vice Chair Terri Rothschadl called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm. Roll Call: Absent Present Present Barb Fabre Allan Haugo Terri Rothschadl Jim Helliksen Tom Teiken Joe McArthur (ar. 7:03) Tammy Winter (ar. 7:10) Motion introduced by Director Jim Helliksen to approve the agenda with amend- ments: Consent Agenda: Item B, Minutes of 2/13/06 change quick deed from Tribal Trust Land to White Earth Band Of Ojibwa; G.