DL News Staff
A Detroit Lakes man was sentenced in Becker County District Court on a felony charge Friday. District Judge Thomas Schroeder stayed execution of a 12-month prison sentence against Jesse Stilke, 24, of 1333 Madison Avenue. Stilke must serve 60 days in jail, was fined $1,292 and be on supervised probation for up to five years. Stilke was sentenced for fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. He was arrested while driving in Detroit Lakes on Sept. 17, 2005, by a Detroit Lakes police officer who knew that Stilke's driver's license had been revoked.
A felony complaint was filed against an Osage woman in Becker County District Court Thursday. Brenda Oswald, 22, of 19886 County Road 121, is accused of one count each of second-degree sale of a controlled substance and fourth-degree sale of a controlled substance. Her first court appearance is March 6. According to the court complaint, Oswald allegedly sold $160 worth of methamphetamine to an undercover informant at Dunton Locks near Detroit Lakes on Nov.
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Why put up more than 1,000 towers to spread cell phone service across North Dakota when a few balloons would do it? So says former Gov. Ed Schafer, one of the backers of a plan to attach wireless re-peaters to weather balloons high above the state to fill gaps in cellular coverage. "I know it sounds crazy," Schafer said, "but it works in the lab." Extend America, a North Dakota wireless telecommunications company, and Chandler, Ariz.-based Space Data Corp.
Minnesota Sen. Rod Skoe (DFL-Clearbrook) and Reps.
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March 9, 1928-Feb. 17, 2006 John H. Vogt, 77, of Detroit Lakes, died at his home on Friday, February 17, 2006 surrounded by family, under Hospice care. John Henry Carl Vogt was born to John and Julia (Lind) Vogt on March 9, 1928 in Detroit Lakes, where he grew up and attended school. He entered the United States Navy in 1945, and served until 1946. After returning from the Navy he worked for Peter's Meats, the Detroit Lakes Police Department and the United States Postal Service; from which he eventually retired.
March 26, 1918-Feb. 17, 2006 Harry Flatau, 87, of Frazee, died on Friday, February 17, 2006 in MeritCare Hospital, Fargo. Harry Ernest Flatau was born the son of Ernest and Mabel Flatau on March 26, 1918 in Perham. The family rented and worked on a number of area farms and endured numerous hardships. During his teen years, Harry cut wood for farmers and hunted and fished to provide for the family of 12, and also worked for the Franklin Fence Company in what is now the Tamarac Refuge.
May 6, 1930-Feb. 14, 2006 Former Fargo resident Cheri L. Spittler Sumpmann, 75, of Detroit Lakes and Mission, Texas, died Tuesday, February 14, 2006 at McAllen, Texas, from complications due to heart surgery. Cheri Lavonne Gilbertson was born the daughter of Clarence and Ellen (Anderson) Gilbertson on May 6, 1930 at Forman, N.D. Her mother died at an early age, and her father remarried. Cheri grew up at Forman and graduated from Sargent Central School. She worked as a waitress at Raleigh's and then at Dystey's grocery store, both in Forman. She married Lee Johnson in 1949.
Winter arrived just in time for the Naytahwaush Nightriders and other local snowmobile clubs to treat Gov. Tim Pawlenty, to a real Minnesota U.S.A. Winter Rendezvous adventure Feb. 10 in Mahnomen. After a year of planning, event organizers were elated when over 300 riders arrived to accompany the governor on his ride. Early that Friday morning, the day began as Pawlenty aired his weekly radio address from the Shooting Star Casino.