DL News Staff
A Detroit Lakes man made his first appearance in Becker County District Court on a felony charge Thursday. District Judge Steve Cahill set bail at $300 against Rolland Basswood, 39, of 1158 Minnesota Avenue. His next court appearance is March 13. Basswood is charged with harassment-violating a restraining order.
The following information was taken from reports at the Becker County Sheriff's Department and the Detroit Lakes Police Department. Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 2:07 p.m., a rural Lake Park residential break-in was reported.
Playhouse 412 and the Historic Holmes Theater will present the latest in their "Sunday Recital Series," a fund-raiser for both the theater's new Yamaha grand piano and Playhouse 412's production and operating expenses, at 2 p.m. today (Sunday). A freewill offering will be collected at each recital with a suggested donation of $5. Performing at this month's recital are MMTA state piano contest winners. *** Lakes Plus will host a square dance from 2 to 4:30 p.m. today in the Odd Fellows Hall, Detroit Lakes. Roger Lueth will call tips. All dancers and spectators are welcome. *** U.S.
One of the original shock rockers, Alice Cooper, will play the Fargo Civic Center May 15. Known for onstage theatrics (including for a while staging his own beheading) Cooper scored hits in the early 1970s with anti-establishment rockers like "School's Out" and "I'm Eighteen." The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum has enshrined his "I'm Eighteen" as one of the 50 most important songs in the history of rock 'n' roll. Thorough enough to please both the casual fan and his diehards, the May 15 show will highlight a selection of songs from over three decades of Cooper's greatest hits.
Multiliners Conservation officer Luke Croatt, Wealthwood, reported the week's extra line winner goes to a party with four extra lines. Croatt was working with a neighboring officer when he drove up to an angler with two extra lines. The angler said he was fishing with his aunt and uncle who were in a fish house and his brother who was fishing about 200 yards away. A check of the fish house found both parties with an extra line down. After Croatt finished issuing a citation to that party for two extra lines, he spoke to his brother who had four lines on top of the ice and two down.
The nearest town is White Earth, and the lake carries the same name. White Earth Lake is only 25 miles from Detroit Lakes, and is counted in the "4l2 Lakes Area" that locals boast of. The Minnesota DNR is well aware of White Earth Lake, and so are anglers and scuba divers. The DNR hasn't planted walleye in the lake for a decade. A lake survey by the DNR in 2002 averaged 25 walleyes with each net lift. They weren't particularly big, averaging a pound or so each.
A deer hunting zone realignment and expansion of otter trapping are among topics the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources wants to discuss with hunters at this year's annual public input meetings. One of the seven meetings will be Thursday, March 9 at Fergus Falls. The DNR is proposing to move seven Zone 4 permit areas for deer hunting into Zone 2. Those permit areas -- all south of Highway 10 -- are 410, 411, 413, 414, 415, 419 and 429. This would create one continuous nine-day firearms season instead of the two split seasons. Permit area 412 north of Interstate 94 would also b
ATTENTION! ATTENTION! Help us help you. Make sure each item submitted for Happenings is legibly written or typed and includes a date, time and place, as well as a contact person's name and telephone number. Submissions, questions and corrections (labeled "Happenings") may be e-mailed to Pippi Mayfield at: firstname.lastname@example.org . Sunday, March 5 Sunday Recital Series Playhouse 412 and The Historic Holmes Theater are partnering to present a "Sunday Recital Series," a fund-raiser for both the theater's new Yamaha grand piano and Playhouse 412's production/operating expenses.
Hanson named to dean's list Kane Hanson of Detroit Lakes has been named to the fall 2005 semester dean's list at Drake University in Des Moines. Students attend program Thirty-two students from Waubun schools attended the Share the Future program at Bemidji State University on Jan. 10. Teachers Lindsey McCloskey, Morgan Olson, and Diana King accompanied the students. Share the Future is an event designed to encourage seventh and eighth grade girls to consider careers in science and mathematics.