DL News Staff
NOEL -- a boy, Hunter David; born March 25, 2006, weighing 8 lbs. 2 oz. to Valerie Hendrix.
This is the Northwest Minnesota Birding Report for April 7, sponsored by the Detroit Lakes Regional Chamber of Commerce. Spring has indeed come to the northland. Rivers are free flowing now, and even some lakes are starting to open up. Migrants are flooding in and in addition to raptors and waterfowl, now there are passerines appearing. Larry Wilebski in Kittson County reported April 1 that red-tailed hawk, rough-legged hawk, American kestrel, eastern bluebird and American robins have returned to the county while common redpolls are still being seen.
It is sad, indeed, when it is time to take that pet to the veterinarian that last time. Putting a faithful four-legged hunter to rest is, to say the least, a traumatic experience. Here a hunter, his wife and kids too, end a relationship that was joyous and rewarding over a span of usually a decade or more. A labrador retriever is a joy in many ways. First, of course, the dog had a great deal of heart and endless stamina. It was patient around kids.
Myspace.com is an online social network with over 56 million users -- and it's growing every day. Founded in July 2003 by Tom Anderson, the MySpace network has grown from a David into a digital Goliath. As of February 2006, Myspace.com was the world's seventh most popular English language website. In the world of online networking, prior to Myspace.com there were two big names, Livejournal and Friendster. Since its inception, Myspace has surpassed both websites in traffic and revenue. Myspace.com is a free website, and creating a profile takes no more than 15 minutes.
American Education Services (AES) announced it will be offering a fast and easy PLUS loan process to graduate and professional students available as a result of the changes outlined in the Higher Education Reconciliation Act (HERA). AES lender partners offer the nation's best benefits to parents and are now extending those savings on to graduate and professional students using the AES PLUS loan process.
Ice Age: Super Cool Edition (PG) Movie: **** (out of 5) DVD Experience:***** (out of 5) Starring Ray Romano as Manny John Leguizamo as Sid Denis Leary as Diego Goran Visnjic as Soto Jack Black as Zeke Cedric the Entertainer as Carl Studio: 20th Century Fox Directed by: Chris Wedge By KEVIN CARR As many studios do with a sequel coming out, 20th Century Fox has released a special edition of the original "Ice Age" film. And, like studios also often do, they released it with a whole new slate of special features.
Life leads us in many different directions. Sometimes we feel torn between places, and other times lost in familiar atmospheres. We are constantly adjusting ourselves to the niches made for us by society. Sometimes we do not fit them, and sometimes they do not fit us. During our frequent shifts, decisions will have to be made. Today is the interlude between tomorrow and yesterday, and there is not much time to choose where to go from here. Many choices are rushed and not thought through as well as we would have liked them to be.
Did you know Lake Agassiz Regional Library offers an online database to help you find poems, stories, essays, speeches and plays? It's called Lit Finder, and it's your complete guide to literature. Use this database to search by genre, subject, contemporary works or Kids' Korner. Advanced search options include Literature, Author, References or All. Lit Finder contains thousands of full-text entries and many provide explanations, pictures, biographies and more for added context. This resource is continually updated and never out-of-date.
This spring, not only homeowners will be moving into new homes.
With spring in the air the many batches of baby chicks, ducks and pheasants have made their way to the local L&M Fleet Supply store. Lined with tubs of baby ducks and pheasants, as well as Cornish Cross and Americana chicks, L&M Fleet's farm department literally comes alive in the spring. Ironically, their livestock is received special delivery via the U.S. Mail. "We actually get them in by mail," noted farm department manager Larry Manning.