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Court Report

Roseau County Sheriff’s Dept. Christopher John Anselmo, Warroad, pled guilty to speeding and was fined $145. (Badge #1925) Antonio Paul Fierro pled guilty to fifth degree drug possession and was fined $135, 365 days local confinement stayed for...

Introducing the Northwest Minnesota Outdoor Adventure Foundation

Let's cut to the chase. Ryan "Pete" Petersburg once could leap in the air, kick up his heels, throw on his hunting clothes, and head out to the woods. He knew no boundaries and, basically, the sky...

Local Youth are Fundraising for ELCA Youth Gathering

"Imagine 30,000 youth gathered together in one stadium to worship and praise!" exclaimed Jay Ostgaard, Youth Pastor at Roseau's Messiah Lutheran Church, describing the ELCA Youth Gathering to be held ...

Workout of the Week

After becoming relentlessly consistent with your movement patterns you now have the freedom and energy to do something that will serve you better. Versus what happened before, which was to waste a ton of mental energy mustering up the motivation to...

What a disgrace and discredit

To the Editor, After reading last weeks Falk’s trial court transcript, Todd Miller should be barred from holding any office for life. This renegade was a one term splash in the pan county commissioner, but was a total disgrace and discredit to a...

Roseau High School Wind Symphony

Earlier this year, an article informed readers of the high honor the Roseau High School Wind Symphony received by being asked to perform at the Minnesota Music Educators Association (MMEA)...

We aren't getting out of this world unnoticed

Oh, the Golden Years! Now that I’m in my eighth decade, I skip the sports and go directly online to the obits - mainly, The New York Times and the Washington Post. Even if we’ve never crossed...

Should Our Conscience Be Our Guide? Part 3: Guilty ...But!

Have you ever experienced pain? Were you thankful for it? I have had to deal with some serious pain during the past couple of years, but I don’t recall being thankful for it. I have thanked the Lord that right now I am pain free. Someone has...

Charles Lund, 83

Greenbush- Charles Lund, 83, died on Monday, March 26, 2018 in Savanna Prairie Assisted Living in Kimball. Charles B. “Charlie” Lund, son of the late Charles Frank & Nina (Bassett) Lund, was born May 12, 1934 in Greenbush. He grew up and...

Donald "Snow Plow" Burress, 81

Warroad - Donald “Snow Plow” Burress was born March 10th, 1937, to James and Verna Burress in Warroad. The youngest of three sons, he grew up doing chores on the family farm, assisting his grandfather performing veterinary services, and playing...

Clarice (Kelly) Christianson Falk, 102

Roseau - Memorial services for Clarice “Kelly” Falk will be held on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at  11 a.m. at Messiah Lutheran Church in Roseau. Interment will be at Hope Cemetery in...

Wonderful Girls Coaches and Teams

To the Editor, I was just thinking of this past season of girl’s hockey and girl’s basketball in Roseau and how incredible it was and has been for years. I would hate to see Roseau take the great playoff showings and state tournament...

In a Society of Scoundrels

To the Editor, Our government is now run by dirty rotten corporate scoundrels. Yet we, outsiders, keep electing these scoundrels of both parties. If we were smart voters, we would throw all of them out of office to stop this betrayal. It’s either...

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