DL News Staff
There has been one number in the stat book which has affected the Detroit Lakes boys' basketball team the most, and that's shooting percentage. In their recent three-game winning streak -- during which they played themselves to the Section 8-3A semifinals -- the Lakers had a 45 percent or better mark from the floor. Saturday, in their semifinal tilt against the top-seeded Rocori, that 45 percent mark was cut in half, resulting in an unusual score of 34-18 in favor of the Spartans. DL was shooting only 20 percent from the field.
June 5, 1917-March 9, 2006 Mary A. Doty, 88, of Waubun, died Thursday, March 9, 2006 at MeritCare Palliative Care Unit in Fargo, surrounded by her family. Mary, the daughter of Michael and Anna (Kohler) Winter, was born June 5, 1917, in Ogema. She grew up in the Ogema area, and attended country school Dist. 123 near Strawberry Lake. On July 23, 1942, she married Edward L. Doty at Camp Roberts, Calif. Following their marriage, the couple made their home in California, where Mary worked as a nurses' aide at Camp Stoneman. From 1949-54, Edward and Mary lived in Hamilton, N.D.
Sept. 7, 1914-March 12, 2006 Elsie Caroline Rudebeck, 91, of Detroit Lakes, died on Sunday, March 12, 2006, at the Frazee Care Center, Frazee. Elsie was born Sept. 7, 1914 in rural Wendell, Minn. She was the fifth of 10 children born to Fred and Minnie (Wilkie) Miller. Elsie attended country school. She was confirmed on March 24, 1929 at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Nashua, Minn. Elsie was married to Edwin Rudebeck on April 25, 1935 in Sisseton, S.D. She farmed with her husband, and also worked for the Perham School District in the lunch department for nine years.
Minnesota voters will likely decide in November whether to constitutionally dedicate certain funds to transportation projects. It's how that money gets divided between highways and transit that has lawmakers reviewing the proposed ballot measure. In 2005, legislators passed a proposed constitutional amendment to dedicate all of the state's motor vehicle sales tax revenue to transportation.
They are your neighbors, your friends, your co-workers. They sit in our classrooms. They deliver your mail. People who carry on with their daily lives and at the same time they are touching someone else's... The person who faces adversity and is inspired to help others... The person who gives of him or her self to make life better for someone else. They are the "Everyday Heroes" who make Becker County a better place to live. Help the Becker County United Way recognize these unsung heroes by nominating him/her for the Everyday Hero Award.
The Detroit Lakes Boys & Girls Club annual "Big Bash" fund raiser begins at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, March 17, in the Historic Holmes Theatre Ballroom, 826 Summit Ave., Detroit Lakes. There will be live music by the Fat Cats, a dinner catered by the Speak Easy restaurant, and both silent and live auction items to bid on. This year's celebration has the theme, "Getting the Green for Our Community Kids," in honor of St. Patrick's Day.
Wednesday, March 15 National Issues Forum The third and final National Issues Forum of the 2005-06 series, focusing on the topic "News Media & Society: Restoring the Public Trust," begins at 6:30 p.m. in the MSCTC main conference center on Highway 34 in Detroit Lakes. The 2 1/2-hour discussion will include a panel of lakes area news media. This event is free and open to the public.
Magician David Copperfield will present "An Evening of Grand Illusion" in two performances on Thursday, May 4, at the Fargodome in Fargo. Tickets for both the 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. shows go on sale Monday, March 27, and can be purchased at the Fargodome Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations, including online. "For magic to be relevant," Copperfield says, "it has to evolve so it keeps up with, or even surpasses, the best film and theater. I want to base my work on what people really dream about. Most of us don't dream of pulling a rabbit out of a hat.
A Mahnomen man received concurrent sentences in Becker County District Court on two charges Monday. District Judge Waldemar Senyk ordered Scott Schoenborn, 36, of 1230 240th Street, serve 45 days in jail with credit for time served for felony fifth-degree possession of methamphetamine. He was fined $1,000 and placed on supervised probation for up to five years. Schoenborn must serve 30 days in jail and was fined $587 for gross misdemeanor third-degree driving while impaired. The charges stem from a Nov.
Help us help you. Submit your listing for support groups to Pippi Mayfield at: firstname.lastname@example.org . 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.