Paula Quam is the editor for Forum Communications Co. newspapers in Detroit Lakes, Perham and Wadena, all in Minnesota.
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Strong thunderstorms and straight-line winds upwards of 91 miles per hour ripped through the region overnight, and it appeared to have had its sights set largely on Lake Park. Property...
Support is circulating online for three little Ulen girls who were injured in an ATV-SUV accident on the Fourth of July near Cotton Lake. A Go Fund Me account has...
Our knowledge of historical events is often given to us through perspective, rather than as pure fact. Differing stories of one, single event told through different people could appear as though the authors aren’t even referring to the same event because of their perspectives, filters and individual experiences. Minnesota author Colin Mustful is coming to Detroit Lakes soon with his latest novel, which, like his previous ones, reminds us of that concept.
Detroit Lakes Tribune Publisher Mary Brenk has said goodbye to the newspaper industry. Brenk stepped down from her position recently and stepped into retirement. “After nearly 47 years in the...
A momentous piece of our country’s history will soon be rolling into Detroit Lakes for the first time ever. On Wednesday, the 9-11 Never Forget mobile exhibit, which is essentially a large semi trailer-truck converted into a 1,000 square foot museum, is coming to Detroit Lakes. The unit is packed full of memorabilia and information surrounding the tragic terrorist events of September 11, 2001.
A momentous piece of our country’s history will soon be rolling into Detroit Lakes for the first time ever. On Wednesday, the 9-11 Never Forget mobile exhibit, which is essentially...
Students at the Detroit Lakes Alternative Learning Center (ALC) are certainly making their marks on the community these days. Through something called “Project Based Learning”, several of the high school students participated in group projects that not only taught them a variety of courses, but also bettered their own communities. The first project had students out in the Sucker Creek Preserve, figuring out how to merge technology with nature.
A Detroit Lakes area woman got quite a wildlife show as she glanced out her living room window Sunday afternoon about six miles north of Detroit Lakes near Little Floyd Lake. A black bear was wandering around her deck only feet away from Johanne Pardiac, who watched the 2-year-old male bear from the other side of the picture window. “Our deck is on the second floor, so it’s probably 12 or 15 feet in the air,” said Pardiac, who says she grabbed her cell phone and began getting photos.
Sacrifice. It can be a word hard for somebody to wrap their minds around when the word truly becomes reality. Before that word hits home, it is just a word...
It sounds like good news for farmers and school districts – the Minnesota Legislature passed the Agriculture School Building Bond Credit Sunday night, giving farmers a big break in taxes associated with school bond referendums. The credit will reduce those taxes by 40 percent on ag land – not homestead property, but just agriculture land that is taxed for school building bonds.