DL News Staff
Piano Students of Holly Heisserer will perform at two recitals in the sanctuary of First Lutheran Church on Sunday, April 2. The recitals will be held at 1 and 3 p.m. Those students performing at the 1 p.m. recital include Logan Peterson, Arika Johnson, Lauren Pederson, Laura Boyle, Travis Buschette, Kathryn Foltz, Stella Foltz, Natalie Nelmark, Shannon Goetz, Carolyn McCormack, Grace Lindquist, Chelsey Wirtz, Brian Alexander, Nicole Alexander, Jordyn Peterson, Grace Schullberg, Caitlin Cardetti and Tristen Johnson. Students performing at the 3 p.m.
Wednesday, March 29 'Is This America...' Students studying abroad discuss coming back to the U.S. in "Is This American or Did I Take a Left Turn?" Event is noon to 1 p.m. in the Peace Garden at NDSU Memorial Union. Call 701-231-5225 for more info. 'Uncanny Physics...' University of Minnesota professor James Kakalios gives a lecture on "The Uncanny Physics of Superhero Comic Books," 7 p.m. in NDSU's Festival Concert Hall.
Toni Tollefson, daughter of Judy and Robin Tollefson, Lake Park will be performing in the Minnesota Music Teachers' Association Piano Honors Concert on Saturday evening, June 3. This event will be held at Northrop Auditorium, located on the University of Minne-sota campus in Minneapolis. The 71st annual Honors Concert will be held in conjunction with the MMTA State Convention. Over 2,000 students competed in the MMTA state contest, held earlier this month at Northwestern College in Roseville. Six hundred and seventy-five students throughout the state were declared winners.
Question: When someone you love is faced with a serious and life-threatening illness, how do you cope? Answer: There is no answer. There is no answer because, as psychologists and counselors would tell you, there are Five Stages of Grieving. Everyone goes through them, although not in the same order or even at the same time. In the new novel, Torch by Cheryl Strayed, three people learn that grief can tear them apart. Will they ever come together again? It's snowing on the afternoon that Teresa Rae Wood learns that clusters of malignant tumors are growing up and down her spine.
Support programs Help us help you. Submit your listing for support groups to Pippi Mayfield at: email@example.com . Non-offending parents group Lakes Crisis & Resource Center is offering a support/informational group for non-offending parents of sexually abused children. The focus will be supporting the parents, or any other significant person in that child's life, as well as providing information as to what they may be experiencing due to the victimization. The group will be held on Tuesday evenings from 5:30-6:30 starting March 21. Registration is required.
50 Years ago March 28, 1956 -- An 11-year-old Detroit Lakes youngster was seriously injured and narrowly escaped death when he was trapped in a cave-in of frozen sand and dirt at an excavation project just off North Street East, neat Highway 34 on the city's northeast outskirts.
CITY OF OGEMA PUBLICATION OF ORDINANCE #: 2006-3 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING ZONING REGULATIONS PURSUANT TO MINNESOTA STATUTES FOR THE PURPOSES OF PROTECTING THE HEALTH SAFETY AND WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF OGEMA AND PROTECTING AND ENHANCING THE QUALITY OF THE NATURAL AND BUILT ENVIRONMENTS WITHIN THE CITY. (OGEMA ZONING ORDINANCE) On Jan. 3, 2006, the City Council of the City of Ogema approved Ordinance #: 2006-1, described above. The following is a summary of Ordinance #: 2006-1.
A White Earth man made his first appearance in Becker County District Court on two felony charges Monday. District Judge Thomas Schroeder set bond at $20,000 against Marvin Bellanger, 39, of 36318 Crane Road. His next court appearance is April 10. Bellanger is charged with fifth-degree assault and domestic assault for a March 23 incident at a rural White Earth residence. According to the court complaint, Bellanger allegedly assaulted a woman with whom he has a relationship. Court records indicate that Bellanger was charged in January with felony assault of the same victim.
The Detroit Lakes Regional Chamber of Commerce Business Expo is scheduled for Thursday, March 30, from 4-7 p.m. at the Washington Square Mall in Detroit Lakes. Qwest Communications will be the host sponsored. Business Expo is an opportunity for the business community to network, learn more about area businesses, develop additional business contacts, and talk business in an informal atmosphere. Exhibitor space is available. Space rental is $45 and includes two admissions. Advance registration is $7; it will be $10 at the door.
March marks the seventh annual National Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Many people think it's a man's disease, but colon cancer kills more women than ovarian, uterine and cervical cancers combined. But many of the deaths can be prevented. Colon cancer testing can find and remove polyps (growths in the lining of the colon) before they turn into cancer, preventing the disease from ever occurring.