DL News Staff
Televangelist Pat Robertson had it wrong about putting away the Venezuelan leader. Robertson was partly correct in his speech about the land of Israel. Robertson was completely wrong to prophesy anyone's fate. The borders of Israel are from the Euphrates River to the Nile River.
This letter is in response to an article in the March 22 Becker County Record. The article described a school board meeting in which a concerned citizen by the name of George Kohn asked if the school board had a long term plan for their building situation. After the meeting, board member Rick Olson "admonished Kohn for asking a 'silly question' about whether the district has a long range plan, adding that he should quit asking them in the future." Are you kidding me? Attempting to silence a concerned citizen?
There will be a conspicuous absence of representation for the group of citizen petitioners expressing concern for development on a natural environmental lake in Burlington Township today (Tuesday, March 28) at the Becker County Board meeting.
The Lakes Crisis and Resource Center wishes to thank all who helped to make our rummage sale a huge success. Thank you to all who generously donated items for the sale, as well as all who came out to shop and gave generous donations to support the efforts of our agency.
Last season, the Frazee softball team was a statistical aberration, winning 14 games and having only two batters hitting over .200. Lucky? No, just timely. The Lady Hornets were able to gain effective pitching from then-sophomore April Wendt, along with a bunch of well-timed hits, to key the 14-win season, said Frazee head coach Dave Trautman. "None of the stats really made any sense that we won 14 games, but we just had timely hits," Trautman said.
There could be a few low-scoring affairs for the Frazee baseball team this season, as it returms its top three pitchers, but also needs to find more runs on the scoreboard after struggling in that department a year ago. The Hornets will have the top of their rotation back on the mound, led by two-year starter Dylan Savary. He logged in 38 innings of work last year, finishing with an ERA of 3.29 and a solid 39-16 strikeouts to walk ratio.
Detroit Lakes graduate Garrett Raboin has verbally committed to play for the St. Cloud State University Husky men's hockey team. Raboin was a three-year letterwinner for the Laker boys' hockey team and has been a three-year defenseman for the Lincoln (Neb.) Stars of the United States Hockey League. The Star player is currently fourth on Lincoln's all-time list in games played and third for most points scored by a defenseman. The Stars open the USHL first round of the playoffs tonight (Wednesday) against Omaha, Neb.
Sept. 23, 1970-March 22, 2006 Chad Bergman, 35, of Proctor, Minn., and formerly of Cook, Minn., died Wednesday, March 22, 2006, at the University Fairview Hospital in Minneapolis. His death was due to a sudden, unexpected complication from a blood disorder. Chad, the son of Charles "Chuck" and Gail (Hard) Bergman, was born Sept. 23, 1970, at St. Louis Park, Minn. He grew up in Cook, where he graduated from high school in 1989. He went on to graduate from Lake Superior College in 1996.
March 4, 1924-March 26, 2006 James B. Onsum, 82, of Dilworth, Minn., died peacefully Sunday, March 26, 2006, in his home. Jim was born to Berthol and Henrietta (Jolly) Onsum on March 4, 1924, in Glyndon, Minn. He was raised in Dilworth, where he received his education. As a young man, Jim worked as a brakeman for the Northern Pacific Railway. He entered the U.S. Army on March 3, 1943, during World War II, and served in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater. He was discharged Feb. 21, 1946. He returned to the area and married Edna Marie Orud on May 2, 1947, in Aberdeen, S.D.
Nov. 13, 1923-March 26, 2006 Ida K. Holtgrewe, 82, of Detroit Lakes, died Sunday, March 26, 2006 at the Frazee Care Center in Frazee. Ida Kathrine Powell was born to Sidney and Nellie (Holyfield) Powell on Nov. 13, 1923 in Louisville, Ky. As a young child, she moved with her family to Indianapolis, Ind., where she met Charles Holtgrewe. They were married Dec. 1, 1945. They then moved to Staples, Minn., and later to Olympia, Wash., where their daughter Pam was born. In 1950, they moved to Moorhead, where Chuck worked for the railroad.