DL News Staff
The Bemidji Area Race Relations Council will host a public forum on Monday, March 27, to highlight the unique cultural and historic management of the Red Lakes fishery. The event, "One Lake, Two Traditions: A Forum on Red Lake Fishery Management," will be held at the Bemidji High School auditorium, 7-9 p.m. The forum will address the restoration of the Red Lake fishery and to educate the local community on the unique relationship that has formed to manage this shared resource. Upper and Lower Red Lakes will open to walleye harvest this May after a seven-year moratorium.
A Frazee High School freshman and his mother got a helping hand Wednesday from the Detroit Lakes Shriners. It may also be the first step toward recovery of a major injury to William Tipton Taylor's backbone due to a snowmobile accident March 3. The Shriners brought their "Wings of Mercy" airplane to Detroit Lakes and picked up Tipton and his mother, Kathy, for the trip to the Shriners Children's Hospital in Minneapolis. Tipton, who has an upper body cast, was to be examined by the hospital's chief of surgery, who will then decide what can be done to help the 15-year-old teen. "It's wha
Gay rights advocates and faith leaders opposing a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage rallied Thursday at the Capitol, decrying the proposed amendment as discriminatory and claiming that religious groups from across the state have joined in opposition. Pastors, rabbis and others told the crowd of roughly 1,500 that it's possible to be religious and against "discrimination being enshrined in the constitution." The event was organized by OutFront Minnesota, a gay rights advocacy group, and the Faith Family Fairness Alliance. "We want to show that as people of faith we can oppose this con
Applications are now being accepted for the Northwest Minnesota Foundation's Leadership Development Workshop to be held April 17-21 at the Hoot Owl Resort, Waubun. This four-and-a-half day session is designed to develop individual leadership and management skills and offers participants new ways to identify and fulfill leadership roles in their community. In addition, all meals and lodging expenses are covered by NMF. Applications are available at www.nwmf.org . To receive a faxed or mailed copy, call Rebecca Weir or DeeGee Frenzel at NMF (218-759-2057 or 1-800-659-7859).
Tuesday, March 21 at 12:29 p.m., a rural Detroit Lakes resident reported vehicle theft by a used car dealer. at 4:14 p.m., a Detroit Lakes convenience store reported a $59 gas drive-off. at 4:45 p.m., a rural Frazee car fire was reported. at 4:53 p.m., a Plymouth, Minn., man reported some of his prescription drugs were stolen while in Detroit Lakes. at 6:35 p.m., vandalism was reported to a rural Detroit Lakes car. Wednesday, March 22 at 3:37 a.m., a Detroit Lakes domestic was reported. at 8:50 a.m., a Detroit Lakes man reported being threatened. at 3:57 p.m.,
A Detroit Lakes man made his first appearance in Becker County District Court on a felony charge Monday. District Judge Thomas Schroeder set bond at $10,000 against Daniel Hoard, 19, of 22692 State Highway 34. His next court appearance is April 3. Hoard is charged with third-degree burglary. Hoard and a 16-year-old boy allegedly tried to break into a Detroit Lakes pawn shop to steal items on March 19. The burglary was interrupted when an alarm was triggered. The charge carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine.
Question: We were hit by a vehicle from out of state. The investigating trooper noticed that we had the same auto insurance company and said this should be no problem. Since we do not have collision coverage the insurance company won't fix my car until the other person reports it to his agent. It has been two weeks already and we are still waiting. Could you please tell the troopers to check that both vehicles have collision insurance and if not to try and establish the responsible party? Answer: There is no such thing as a nice crash.
When I heard the ice break and the splash of water, I immediately suspected Charlie was in trouble. And that I might have no choice but to join him. Charlie is not a large lab, as Labradors go. But he was large enough on that cold December day last year to break through the fickle ice of a cattail marsh. While marsh ice always has the potential to be treacherous, I mistakenly figured it was certainly strong enough to support a dog this late in the year. Hesitating for a moment to listen for an indication that he had extricated himself, the sound of whimpering quickly told me otherwise.
Flat nose bullets have been necessary in lever action rifles. The tubular magazines of the Model 94 Winchester, the Marlin 56 and others required these in order to avoid recoil sending a bullet point crashing into the primer of the cartridge ahead of it. The Hornady bullet makers of Nebraska may have changed all that. A new sharp point, soft nose bullet is being loaded for the .30-30, 35 Remington, .444 Marlin and the .45-70 calibers.