DL News Staff
NOTICE MAPLE GROVE RESIDENTS You are hereby notified of the Annual Meeting and Election to be held March 14, 2006 at the Maple Grove Town Hall. Annual Meeting will be from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., following the meeting polls will be open from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. for the purpose to elect one clerk (2 years) and one supervisor (3 years). In case of bad weather the annual meeting and election will be on Tuesday, March 21, 2006. Wally Ann Warren Clerk
NOTICE OF ATLANTA TOWNSHIP ELECTIONS AND ANNUAL MEETING The citizens of Atlanta Township of Becker County of the State of Minnesota, who are qualified to vote at the general elections, are hereby notified that the Annual Meeting will be held at the Atlanta Town Hall on Tuesday, March 14, 2006 at 8:30 p.m. to do proper business at said meeting. The Township Elections will be held prior to the Annual Meeting with the polls opening at 5:00 p.m and closing at 8:00 p.m.
A felony complaint was filed against a Graceville, Minn., man in Becker County District Court Thursday. Dennis Kipp, 43, of 716 Blatt Street, is accused of receiving stolen property. His first court appearance is March 6. According to the court complaint, Kipp allegedly sold a stolen paint stripper to a Fargo rental store on Aug. 19, 2005, for $700. The paint stripper was stolen from a Detroit Lakes contractor in the fall of 2004. Kipp allegedly told investigators that another man stole the paint stripper.
The surveys are in and the planning now begins on what the public would like in terms of facilities' improvements at Lake Park-Audubon School District. Board chairwoman Vicky Grondahl suggested creating five "focus" groups, each meeting separately starting in March. Each group will review the situations at the elementary and high schools and determine "how we go forward," explained Grondahl at the board's monthly meeting Tuesday. The intent will be to reach a group consensus from which architectural planning can proceed. Earlier this month, the board sent a 10-question survey to distri
The federal judge presiding over Alfonso Rodriguez Jr.'s trial has denied five motions by his lawyers, but called for a hearing to learn more about a possible expert witness for prosecutors. U.S.
Fan bus for boys' hockey set An adult fan bus is scheduled to leave for the Detroit Lakes boys' hockey Section 8-1A quarterfinal game against Crookston in Warroad Friday. The bus will leave at 1:30 p.m. Friday from Kent Freeman Arena. The game is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. in Warroad. Game tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students. For information and to sign-up for the fan bus, call Alan at 847-1121. DL girls' basketball game rescheduled The DL girls' basketball game which was originally scheduled for last Friday, but was postponed, will be played Saturday, Feb.
Minnesota Environmental Partnership, the statewide coalition of 90 nonprofit conservation and environmental organizations, has selected conservation veteran Steve Morse as its second executive director. Morse has been a member of MEP's Board of Directors since 2003 and was named MEP interim director in January 2006. Morse's 20-plus-year public service career has spanned elected office, appointment as Minnesota Department of Natural Resources deputy commissioner, academia and volunteer conservation leadership positions.
Dale Good has been named executive director for CriMNet, a statewide initiative to connect 1,100 police departments, sheriff's offices, jails, prosecutors, probation agencies, and other criminal justice agencies so they can share critical justice information electronically. Good was previously the deputy director for the CriMNet Program, a position he assumed in November 2004. Prior to returning to the state, Good was the director of justice information technology services at the SEARCH Group.
The Becker County Humane Society recently found a male black lab, four miles north of Detroit Lakes on Highway 59. To claim this pet or if interested in adoption, call 218-847-0511 and leave a message.
Businesses across Minnesota would see a break in their property taxes under a legislative proposal unveiled Monday. The state could use roughly $80 million annually generated by closing so-called corporate tax loopholes to reduce property taxes paid by businesses, Sen.