After months of gathering feedback, the Minnesota Department of Revenue is unveiling new, improved enhancements to its e-Services system. E-Services is the department’s online system that allows business taxpayers to file, pay, and review tax returns, access account information, and perform other tax related business electronically.
The Detroit Lakes campus of Minnesota State Community and Technical College has scheduled three innovative business courses in a flexible format designed for working professionals. In addition, the college is offering a three-night dynamic training session based on the best-selling Steven Covey book, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.”
The Naytahwaush Nightriders Snowmobile Club announced this year’s Ride for Hospice raised $6,080 for Hospice of the Red River Valley. In nine years of the ride, the Nightriders have raised $61,572 to help provide hospice care to patients and families in Naytahwaush and surrounding areas. This year’s event was held February 9-10, with results announced on March 2. Carrot and Judy Paul won the award for raising the most pledges, more than $1,400.
The Minnesota Historical Society has informed Jay Johnson that the Prospect House at 403 Lake Ave North, Battle Lake, Otter Tail County, will be considered by the State Review Board for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places. The State Review Board meets on Tuesday, March 19, at which time the nomination will be considered. The meeting is open to the public.
Prologue: The war in Iraq was launched on March 20, 2003. It wasn’t over until all U.S. troops were taken out on Dec. 15, 2011. During that time, 4,487 American troops were killed and another 32,223 were seriously wounded. Approximately 109,000 Iraqi military and civilian personnel were killed in the war. The war cast U.S. taxpayers $757.8 billion. No weapons of mass destruction were ever found in Iraq and no evidence was ever discovered connecting Saddam Hussein with the terrorist attack on the U.S. on September, 11, 2001.
David Stoddard and Beth Wood, two accomplished singer-songwriters, will appear Friday at the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center, starting at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $12 advance sale, or $15 at the door; call 218-385-3339 for reservations. Student admission is $5 and anyone who brings a donation for the Mills Food Shelf gets a $1 reduction in the admission price.
The chart-topping husband/wife duo Thompson Square, recently named “Vocal Duo Of The Year” by the Country Music Association, will be performing live on stage at Shooting Star Casino, Hotel & Event Center in Mahnomen this Friday, March 8, at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $20 and can be purchased by phone at 1-800-313-SHOW, online at www.StarCasino.com , or via the “Events” tab on Shooting Star’s Facebook page.
Join Detroit Lakes’ own community theater company, Summit Productions, this Thursday and Friday, March 7-8 as they present two performances of Woody Allen’s “Play It Again, Sam” at the Historic Holmes Theatre. Both nights the performance is at 7:30 p.m. This is part of the theater’s BTD Community Connections Series. “Play It Again, Sam” is directed by Caitlin Pawlowski and produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc., New York City.
As I pause to remember Marv Bossart and WDAY-TV the words “commitment” and “loyalty” comes to mind. Marv was committed and loyal to his employer for 42 years. I like...
In an address to fellow Minnesotans in The Tribune Wednesday, April 3, 2013, Rev. Mark Kuether pastor of the Congregational United Church of Christ, Detroit Lakes, MN endorsed marriage for...