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The teens were treated by Essentia Health-St. Mary's EMS on shore and released to their parents.
All the upcoming events and gatherings in the Detroit Lakes area.
Money to be used for toys for Becker County early education program.
A porta-potty was tipped over, a cherry picker engine lift was stolen from a storage shed, and other recent reports from the Detroit Lakes Police Department and Becker County Sheriff's Office.

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According to court records, on Oct. 14, 2021 an employee of a Becker County trucking business came into the Becker County Sheriff’s Office with a flash drive that was discovered in one of the trucks owned by the business.
Head Golf Professional Mark Holm announced his retirement from the Detroit Country Club in a Facebook post on Wednesday, May 18.
Experts from the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center at the University of Minnesota are coming to Detroit Lakes on Thursday, June 9 for an all-day seminar to update local residents on the latest AIS research. The event, which will be held inside the M State conference center, is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is requested for planning purposes.
At Detroit Lakes Newspapers, we’ve come a long way, baby!
Changes in storytelling techniques, technology and much more have shaped and defined the Detroit Lakes Tribune for the past 150 years, but the paper’s mission and values have largely stayed the same.
Members of the Planning Commission will consider an annexation of 37.5 acres that was requested by property owners between Highway 59 and West Lake Drive.

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The times have changed. The machinery has changed. The reporters have changed. But one thing that has held true over the 150-year history of the Detroit Lakes newspaper are the stories that tie a community together. Here are a few highlights from stories-past to show how far we've come.
Starting with George D. Hamilton and continuing with Lou and Jack Benshoof, most of the Detroit Lakes newspaper's leaders over the past 150 years were long-haulers. Read on to learn more about some of these leaders, along with other well-remembered editors, columnists and other characters who've worked at the newspaper, in light of the paper's Sesquicentennial on May 18, 2022.
The newspaper is the longest continuously-running business in Detroit Lakes, dating back to May 18, 1872, when the first edition of The Record was published. Read on to learn more about the paper's long history: How it got its start, who's been instrumental in its success, and what's changed — and what hasn't.

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