DL News Staff
NOTICE -- WHITE EARTH TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS White Earth Township Board of Officer Elections and Annual Meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 14, 2006 at the White Earth Fire Hall Polls will be open from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Officers to be elected: 1 - Supervisor - 3 year term 1 - Clerk - 2 year term The Annual Meeting will follow the elections at 8:15 p.m. (In case of inclement weather the elections and meeting will be held Tuesday, March 21) Karen Lefebvre, Clerk White Earth Township
NOTICE OF ATLANTA ELECTION 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 10-year-old Erskine boy playing in a garage behind a snowmobile being worked on died Sunday after accidentally being hit by a 2 1/2-foot steel milk can used to keep the sled in place. The boy's father was working on the snowmobile at their Erskine home just after 2 p.m.
Two North Dakota teachers will lose their licenses for viewing nude or pornographic pictures on school computers. In both cases, the teachers had defeated their school's computer system firewall to gain access to the Internet Web site images. In both cases, students saw the images. The state Educational Standards and Practices Board voted unanimously Tuesday to revoke the license of Larry W.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty proposes putting $10 million a year more into early childhood education. Money would come from federal welfare funds. "The pre-kindergarten years are a critical part of determining a child's educational success," Pawlenty said Tuesday. "Our state already makes significant investment in early childhood programs. Today we are committing to ensure that money is well-spent and funding programs that add value to getting our children ready for school. We know that doing so can have strong, long-term positive impacts." Sen.
A 42-year-old rural Vergas man who was arrested last week for shooting his 60-year-old neighbor in the arm has been charged with second-degree assault. The Otter Tail County Sheriff's Department arrested Gerhart Olaf Quiram without incident at about 4 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 28, near County Road 41 west of Vergas. After officers responded to the call, they found Quiram hiding in a wooded area with a handgun in his pocket, according to a news release from the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office. The victim, Michael Leroy Cogger, 60, of Vergas, suffered a gunshot wound in his upper arm.
The United States Navy Memorial, located on Pennsylvania Avenue, in Washington, D.C., is a national memorial that honors those who served and are serving, in America's Sea Services - Navy, Marine Corps. Coast Guard and Merchant Marine. The focus of the U.S. Navy Memorial is not a particular type of ship, battle of conflict, but rather the individual whose service and sacrifice is honored and celebrated. The heart of the U. S.
Our world is an imperfect place. Everyone knows this. There is no hiding the fact that there are horrible occurrences every day. Yet, there are also miracles. We live in a world that is filled with violence and peace, love and hate, honesty and deceit. As I grow older, I start to understand the complaints of those around me. Crooked politicians, angry music with explicit lyrics, the horrors of the Internet if not used wisely. I never realized all the worries that our society endures. However, as horrible our world can be, it can also be equally as beautiful.
This week, the Frazee High School theatre program will be putting on a show called Little Shop of Horrors. It is the culmination of two and a half months of hard work and dedication put forth by its cast and directors. It truly is a great show and means a lot to those involved with it. For over 20 years, Frazee High School has put on a musical every winter. Although our shows do not have the elaborate sets and orchestras of shows put on by larger schools, the winter musical has become a much anticipated event in the Frazee-Vergas community.