Detroit Lakes' Junk & Disorderly to close June 30

A little over a year after opening its doors, a Detroit Lakes vendor market is closing. Junk & Disorderly announced on Facebook Friday afternoon that its last day of business would be Thursday, June 30.

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Junk and Disorderly, the Detroit Lakes vendor market that opened for business during Memorial Day weekend in 2021, is closing its doors. The business's last day of operation will be Thursday, June 30, 2022.
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DETROIT LAKES — A Detroit Lakes vendor market that opened during Memorial Day weekend in 2021 will be closing its doors a little over a year later.

Per a post on the business's Facebook page, Junk & Disorderly's last day of business will be Thursday, June 30.

"With heavy hearts we have made a tough decision to close Junk & Disorderly," the Facebook post stated. "Please stop in and check out all of our vendors sales to help them liquidate their inventory. ... Thank you to all that have supported our business!"

A reporter at Detroit Lakes Newspapers since relocating to the community in October 2000, Vicki was promoted to Community News Lead for the Detroit Lakes Tribune and Perham Focus on Jan. 1, 2022. She has covered pretty much every "beat" that a reporter can be assigned, from county board and city council to entertainment, crime and even sports. Born and raised in Madelia, Minnesota, she is a graduate of Hamline University, from which she earned a bachelor's degree in English literature (writing concentration). You can reach her at
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