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DETROIT LAKES

Vehicle runs into business, driver collides with sidewalk cement barrier, and other recent reports from the Perham Police Department.
Jose Muzquiz raised two children with his wife, Laura, welcomed six grandchildren and lived a life rich in love and dedicated to God, Laura said. He also mentored many people in the Detroit Lakes area in Tae Kwon Do and mixed martial arts.
The Lake Region Builders Association recently awarded $7,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors at schools around the region.
On Monday, May 9, Wade Alfred Olds, 53, of Detroit Lakes posted a $15,000 cashier’s check and was released, under standard conditions that include not using illegal drugs or alcohol, staying out of bars and liquor stores, using an alcohol monitor at his own expense, and having no contact with the two older people who were injured in the crash.

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Izabella “Asher” Garcia died in late April, at age 14. Her family hopes her story will encourage other kids and teens to speak out about their own mental health struggles and prevent other families from having to endure the kind of pain they're going through.
Unwanted parties removed from Perham businesses, codeine pills confected, distracted drivers get tickets and more from the Perham Police Department and Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office
Two area retirees show how digging in to this popular pastime can be a fun and rewarding experience.
Phillip Lokken was given a year of unsupervised probation after he ripped the whistle off the ref's shirt.
You may see rocks just laying around and think, “I can make something of that.” While a small project might be worth a DIY, larger projects can quickly drive homeowners in over their heads and with less than desirable endings.
“I’ve seen kids open up more with their personality,”said Mike Swan, a member of the Native Advisory Board at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. “The kids take the lead in their drama camp production. It might be a fairy tale with castles and knights. They are expressing their creativity to let that out in new ways. Some kids never knew they could do something like that.”

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“This is a huge movement in the flower industry, to grow local rather than import flowers.” - Jen Hanson, Grandflower Farm owner
Later in life, Jopp said he realized that having a mentor “might have taught me a few core values – don’t judge people, a good work and play ethic, and if you start something, finish it before moving on.”
This gem of a home on Long Lake, featuring lush landscaping and a large outdoor swimming pool, is a summer haven for owners Larry and Marcie Noah and their loved ones.

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