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Purchase a bunch of 10 flowers for $7 at Central Market. Or make a $15 donation and a bunch of flowers in a vase will be delivery anonymously to a cancer patient in town. Proceeds benefit the American Cancel Society. For more information, contact Dorothy at 847-8288.
A 42-year-old rural Vergas man was arrested early Tuesday morning for shooting his 60-year-old neighbor in the arm during a dispute. Otter Tail County Sheriff's deputies arrested Gerhart Olag Quiram without incident about 4 a.m. near County Road 41, west of Vergas, after finding him in a wooded area with a handgun in his pocket. An Otter Tail Sheriff's Department spokesperson would not release the victim's name Tuesday night. -- The Forum
Wednesday, March 1 Fargo Film Festival opens The 6th Annual Fargo Film Festival opens at noon with registration and a press conference at the Fargo Theatre, the festival's main venue. First day highlights include a celebration of the 10th anniversary of the release of the festival's namesake movie, "Fargo," with a special 9 p.m. outdoor screening of the film on the north side of the Radisson hotel, with sound broadcast on 107.9 FM. Other opening night festivities, include the North Dakota premiere of the film "Sweetland" at 7 p.m. in the Fargo Theatre.
Grey's Anatomy Season 1 (PG-13) Show:HHH1/2 (out of 5 stars) DVD Experience: HHH1/2 Starring Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey Sandra Oh as Christina Yang Katherine Heigl as Isobel "Izzie" Stevens Justin Chambers as Alex Karev T.R. Knight as George O'Malley Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey Isaiah Washington as Preston Burke Patrick Dempsey as Derek Shepherd Studio: Touchstone Television Created by: Shonda Rimes By KEVIN CARR Somewhere between "Scrubs" and "E.R." lies "Grey's Anatomy." It's like "Scrubs" in many ways, almost ripping off the classic dramedy.
Paranormal researcher and author Chad Lewis will be making a presentation on "Minnesota's Most Haunted Locations" on Monday, March 6 at 7 p.m. in the Perham Public Library. From the wandering highway ghosts of the Northwoods to haunted bed-and-breakfasts in Wabasha, Lewis's slide presentation will take the audience on a journey through some of the state's scariest places. This program is free and open to the public. For more information, call 218-346-4892 or visit www.unexplainedresearch.com .
A Detroit Lakes woman made her first appearance in Becker County District Court on a felony charge Monday. District Judge Stephen Cahill released Ashli Salzwedel, 19, of 1333 Madison Avenue, on her own recognizance. Her next court appearance is March 11. Salzwedel is charged with financial transaction card fraud. She allegedly used another person's EBT card to withdraw $390.45 from the victim's bank account in December 2005. The charge carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine.
Minnesota legislators return to the Capitol today with a little fiscal breathing room, but a court decision could erase the modest surplus. The state Finance Department released a budget forecast Tuesday showing an $88 million surplus in the current two-year, $31.2 billion budget.
Park Rapids Council members were as surprised as anyone when they learned this week that a dispute between mayor Ted Godfrey and city attorney John Masog had gone as far as the FBI. With prodding from mayor Ted Godfrey, the council talked about check collection procedures Masog was using in the summer and fall of 2003. Council members thought the matter had been laid to rest shortly after the city turned check collections over to the Retailers Protection Agency (RPA) in August 2003. But Godfrey wasn't satisfied. "They thought it went away, but I thought it ought to be investigated by a
U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman (R-Minn.) has posted on his Web site a list of 84 trips he has taken since assuming office in January 2003. The list indicates Coleman has traveled extensively throughout the United States and to several foreign countries, including Israel, South America, Cuba, Africa, Mexico, Jordan and Europe, as well as Hong Kong. It also shows the cost of most of the trips, who paid for it and the trip's purpose. Coleman decided to publish the list following the lobbying scandal and conviction of Washington, D.C.