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Frazee man charged with domestic assault
Lake Park man allegedly caught with marijuana wax, THC oil
Woman sentenced for driving under the influence
Dad who died saving son is called 'hero'
DL man sentenced for selling meth
Vikings announce training camp practice schedule and fan logistics
Kraft tagged as new Spuds girls hockey coach
Post 15 splits double dip with Bandits
Thielen stops in Fargo to discuss his recently formed foundation
Wirth advances to national motocross
Academic achievements of lakes area students
Area students continue to excel academically
Richwood Lutheran honors Erickson for 45 years as church organist
Area students graduate from MN colleges
It's graduation time at area colleges
friends & neighbors
Norseman Motors recognizes 2018 Mark of Excellence Award Winner
DL realtor earns GRI designation
Most Minnesota farmers achieve buffer compliance, even as resentment lingers
Growing optimism: Dairy producers see glimmer of hope for milk prices
Detroit Lakes couple purchases Wilds Resort and Campground
A weird, yet wonderful world: Holmes summer campers to present 'James & the Giant Peach Jr.'
Tribute Kings, Mojo Filter and more: Lakes region to be filled with musical moments this week
Celebrating summer's longest day: Richwood Winery's Solstice Festival is June 22
Sunny in DL fish sculpture scavenger hunt
Juried Youth Art Show on display through Saturday
Bob & Irene
Dr Jordan Roberts and Dr Josh
Vernon H. Riehle
Annabelle M. Froysland
Letter to the Editor: Thanks for Relay for Life fundraiser
Guest editorial: Pay now for security, or pay later
Opinion: College students feel campus climate silences free speech
Hummel column: Much more than just an old baseball glove
Opinion: Legal immigration will save America
Celebrating 10 years of outdoor skill-building programs
Laabs column: Here's where the walleye are hiding
Blane Klemek column: June is the time for towhees and ovenbirds
Klemek Column: The colorful scarlet tanager was almost our state bird
Muskie season now underway, here's where to find them
'Green' gardens: Eco-friendly aquaponic farm in Lake Park uses fish - yes, fish - to grow leafy greens
Sitting on a small fortune: DL man goes on ‘Antiques Roadshow,' finds out his rummage sale chair is worth $25K
Vergas man helps rescue pinned semi driver after rollover in ND
Riding on faith: Emily Mingo opens nonprofit, faith-based youth ranch in Vergas
Turning a corner in Frazee: CornerStone community and youth center now in development
Warm, wet, and a little wild: Water carnival's final weekend draws record crowds
Water Carnival cruises into final weekend: Water fights, beer brewing contest and more draw big crowds to DL
Battle in the sand: Water Carnival Tug of War draws a crowd
Ahh, good times: 82nd Annual Northwest Water Carnival another success
The party continues...: Thousands coming out for the 82nd annual Water Carnival
May 6, 2019
Targeting the faithful - Stop the hate-filled ugliness
Hate showed its ugly face again recently at Congregation Chabad in Poway, California, a community about 22 miles north of San Diego. The suspect is a 19-year-old student at California State University San Marcus, wearing sunglasses, pointed his automatic rifle at Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein....
May 6, 2019 - 8:00pm
April 27, 2019
State of the Earth: Time to get alarmed
It was Earth Day, so I took a walk to check the state of my little corner of the earth. I went directly to the shore of our neighborhood pond,...
April 27, 2019 - 3:34pm
April 22, 2019
Creative? Want to raise your I.Q.? Let's talk toothpicks
Want to hear about the toothpick test? Dr. J.P. Guilford was a prominent psychologist who produced 25 books, 30 tests and 300 articles. He wrote...
April 22, 2019 - 12:30am
April 16, 2019
Lost Italian: Sweet Potato Hash is the perfect Easter side dish
This week’s recipe for Sweet Potato Hash was inspired by a desire to bring the colors of spring to our table this Easter.
April 16, 2019 - 11:27am
April 12, 2019
Klobuchar: On criminal justice reform, it's time for a second step
Josephine Ledesma was a first-time nonviolent drug offender who never even used or sold drugs but still received a mandatory minimum sentence...
April 12, 2019 - 1:30am
April 8, 2019
Hummel column: Christmas day paper found on March 28
As the snowbanks of the winter of 2018-2019 slowly melt, we are discovering what was buried beneath them. For example, the top of the little...
April 8, 2019 - 3:35am
April 1, 2019
Guest Editorial: MN should save its tobacco cessation programs
The Minnesota Legislature must act to stem the potential loss of funding for the state's free tobacco cessation programs as a recent merger of tobacco companies has for now stopped their payments into the program. A merger of R.J. Reynolds and Lorrilard tobacco companies has resulted...
April 1, 2019 - 12:38pm
Hummel column: Spring follows a long nap
Ben Bruin was 75 years old, stood five feet, eight inches tall, weighed 275 pounds, had been a grumpy widower for 10 years and lived alone in a cabin on the edge of the woods. Most who knew him considered him a growly bear of a man. In December, he saw the doctor and complained of...
April 1, 2019 - 2:39am
March 31, 2019
Be careful when you answer the telephone
In January, a Denver couple received a scam phone call from a man who told them he had kidnapped their daughter. The man was very convincing that their daughter was in his possession. In the background they heard a woman's voice begging for help. The call was convincing enough that...
March 31, 2019 - 11:44pm
Tariffs threaten progress on U.S. trade deficit
America's oil and gas boom is responsible for lowering the trade deficit by about $250 billion over the last decade, according to a new report from research firm IHS Markit. Unfortunately, this economic success story might not last much longer. President Trump's "Section 232" tariffs...
March 31, 2019 - 4:43pm
March 25, 2019
Keep Medicare Part D's six protected classes protected
Recently, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services proposed a troubling regulation that would weaken Medicare Part D, the federal program that helps 45 million American seniors and people with disabilities afford prescription drugs. Part D is unique among government programs....
March 25, 2019 - 9:25am
March 24, 2019
Lee Hamilton: In politics, you need priorities
It's been many decades now, but I still remember a piece of advice I got not long after entering Congress. It came in passing from a prominent journalist as we were talking about the bewildering array of issues Congress faced. Every day, he told me, I should ask myself a simple question:...
March 24, 2019 - 6:23pm
March 20, 2019
Can anything good come out of the Christchurch massacre?
As the horrific events in New Zealand stun the world, Christchurch suffers the wounds of a tragically growing list of cities. While so many predictably...
March 20, 2019 - 5:13pm
March 17, 2019
Opinion column: College admissions scam: Fast track to jail?
Is it possible to have a "new" news story? We now have a college admission's scandal. Breaking stories of wealth and influence traded for admission to some of the nation's most prestigious colleges are just now unfolding. Allegedly, wealthy people from Hollywood stars to corporate...
March 17, 2019 - 12:59am
March 10, 2019
Hummel column: Welcome to the beetle buffet
I know readers of this column are forward-thinking folks who tune in to what experts predict will be happening in the future. That's why I report...
March 10, 2019 - 5:34am