With a new director in place and construction on the housing pods starting to take shape, The Refuge Christian Outreach Center’s project to build a 28-bed shelter for homeless men in the Detroit Lakes area is nearing completion.
Are you ready for some big laughs?
This Thursday and Friday, March 7 and 8, Detroit Lakes’ own community theater group, Summit Productions, will present two lively performances of Woody Allen’s classic comedy, “Play It Again, Sam,” at the Historic Holmes Theatre.
The Detroit Lakes boys’ basketball team came out of the locker room hot, and stayed hot in a dominating 81-46 win against Staples-Motley Thursday night in Staples.
On March 9 at 6 p.m., the White Earth Land Recovery Project is hosting a Slow Food Feast at the Historic Holmes Theatre Ballroom in Detroit Lakes to directly benefit community-based programs.
Though Mother Nature may have cooperated by bestowing plenty of snow and moderate temperatures on Saturday’s Third Crossing Sled Dog Rendezvous, a distinct lack of sunshine did create less-than-ideal course conditions for the mushers.
Though it’s not even quite a year old, the wood panel flooring of the Lake Park-Audubon High School gymnasium is already posing some problems for athletes at sporting events.
It may not seem possible now, but Detroit Lakes’ 78th annual Northwest Water Carnival will be here before we know it — and 2013 Water Carnival co-admirals Matt and Amy Boeke are already knee-deep in planning the festivities.
On Thursday, April 25, the fieldhouse at the Becker County Fairgrounds in Detroit Lakes will be playing host to between 200-300 military veterans from around the Midwest.
Do you have a prom, wedding dance or other social occasion coming up that requires you to be there in formal wear?
Though he has only been the CEO of SJE Rhombus since December, David Thomas says he already feels a sense of pride in being part of its success.