It only takes a second to clip and it can earn cash rewards for local schools. Schools are getting more and more involved with programs like Box Tops, Campbell’s Labels for Education and We Care receipts from Central Market.
The Detroit Lakes Development Authority will be participating in a housing study, even though most, if not all, the information in the study will come from the city itself.
Shirley and Bob Cervenka sold 3.2 beer in the bar, everything in the grocery store and used cars in the parking lot when they purchased Shorewood Pub and Grocery.
Celebrating 10 years of helping others, members of the Lakes Area Parrot Heads helped themselves to a vacation.
Wednesday and Thursday nights, members of the Frazee-Vergas School Board sat down with six superintendent candidates, deciding which would be the next to lead the district.
Among several other changes in the last six months, the Detroit Lakes Police Department has also hired two new police officers.
If Gov. Mark Dayton’s proposed budget passes, the trucking industry in Minnesota will be looking at some sizeable changes.
In 2010, former Buffalo Bills player Phil Hansen finally got to show his kids what he did for a career for 11 years.
Last week, when school was canceled due to the storm that dumped a foot and a half of snow on Detroit Lakes and the surrounding area, Christian Tigges spent his time building rather than relaxing on the couch.
Thanks to a grant through Prairie Public and some local ladies interested in literacy, children will have a chance to meet Curious George, have a story read to them and be able to take a free book home with them.