DL News Staff
Twenty-six separate photographs of child pornography on two home computers. But that isn't what former Moorhead Elementary School social worker Robert Haseltine of Fargo was sentenced on last week in Clay County District Court.
Higher education funding has quickly become one of several cornerstone issues for the fall election campaign in Minnesota.
An East Central District Court judge Monday denied an appeal for a new trial for a man convicted of leaving the scene of a fatal accident. Judge Steven McCullough denied the motion by an attorney for Kenneth Jacob Jr., 50, New York Mills, Minn. Earlier this month, an East Central District Court jury acquitted Jacob of murder but convicted him on a felony charge of leaving the scene of an accident involving death. The charges stemmed from the June 10 death of Stephen Nelson, 52, no permanent address. Nelson, who had a .42 blood alcohol level, was lying behind Jacob's truck, which was parked
In the auto sales business, it is well known that there are three categories of customers coming in to look at the cars: buyers, serious shoppers and tire kickers. The buyers look and buy, the serious shoppers look and probably will buy somewhere eventually, and the tire kickers -- well they talk, ask questions, cite statistics, compare, speculate, wonder, hesitate, procrastinate, stall, delay, wait, dream and yes, they kick tires. Later they'll return and go through the same routine with the same ending: no sale. Years ago, I was a tourist in Norway with some extra time on my hands.
David Brooks of the New York Times eloquently makes the Bush administration's case. He ought to, because that case on the management of America's port terminals is a reasonable one. Which is why the administration should have made it to Congress. But it didn't. So, the administration should make that case before Congress now. If the case is as strong as the administration suggests, it will win solid support.
Secretary of State Mary Kiffmeyer announced that a record number of new businesses were filed in Minnesota during the year 2005.
Is the cost of child or dependent care taking a big chunk out of your employment income? If so, you'll want to read what the Minnesota Society of CPAs (MNCPA) has to say about how the child and dependent care tax credit can help ease the financial burden. The child and dependent care credit benefits parents and caregivers who, in order to work or look for work, pay someone to provide care for a child under age 13 whom you may claim as a dependent or for a spouse or dependent of any age who is physically or mentally incapable of self-care.
With a new location and a variety of private treatment rooms, Jennifer E. Pedersen is looking to create a different kind of chiropractic office in the lakes area. Pedersen, a chiropractor who has practiced in the lakes area for the past four years, recently opened a new clinic at 516 East Main Ave. in Detroit Lakes. Located across from Dynamic Homes, in the former Hospice of the Red River Valley building, Pedersen said the property has provided her practice room to roam. "I was looking for a space with a little more room," said Pedersen.
Sam Syvertson, 90, of Barnesville, Minn., died Thursday, February 23, 2006 at the Emmanuel Nursing Home in Detroit Lakes. Arrangements are pending with the David-Donehower Funeral Home in Detroit Lakes.