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These Hockey Walls Are Made For Talking

It's an impressive testament. Inside the annex at the Roseau Memorial Arena, one pertinent fact leaps out from the rows of hockey photos on the three walls: These aren't dumb jocks who could skate,...

Holly marks three years of sobriety

September 22 marks three years of sobriety for Holly, a former Roseau High School graduate who sought treatment for her addiction from First Step Recovery. Holly, daughter of Steve and Connie...

Complex spine patient struggled to have people believe her until she came to the U of M

by University of Minnesota Have you ever been in constant pain and it's getting to the point at which you can't do the things you typically do? And no one believes that you have a problem? That's how...

Story of bear rescued from a metal cream can with jaws of life has happy ending

by Brad Dokken, Grand Forks Herald Bears are nosy critters by nature, and a 150-pound black bear last week found out the hard way what happens when it sticks its nose into a 10-gallon metal cream...

Court Report

Roseau County Sheriff’s Department Heath Vincent Corneliusen, Salol, pled guilty to careless driving and was fined $610, 90 days stayed for one year and one year unsupervised probation. He had a charge of DWI .08 dismissed. He had a charge of...

Roseau's 7th Annual Wine Walk is September 29th

This year marks the seventh year of the Roseau Wine Walk, sponsored by the Roseau Civic & Commerce. The Wine Walk will to be held on Saturday, September 29. You can pre-register for the Wine Walk and save $5. To pre-register stop in at Transfers...

Varsity Tennis Team Gets Tough

The Rams Girls’ Tennis team had a long road trip to the Twin Cities’ western suburbs on Friday, Sep. 14th and Saturday, Sep. 15th. During one last blast of summer heat, the girls stepped up their game to another level and played tough in...

Roseau CC competes at Bagley

When the Rams CC Team showed up at Bagley they found 25 other teams, all wanting to run the course where the Section 8A meet will be held later in October. The Bagley course is challenging, with a combination of hills, long grades, and soft ground....

Canning, Porcupines and Trail Cams

Sarah and I did the mother load of canning apples to get them finished up for this season. We did another batch of apple butter, since the first batch was going fast. We now have 6 pints, 12 half...

It's a beautiful life on the sunny side up

If you can't laugh at life, skip over to the deeply religious column on an adjoining page so you can save your immortal soul. A few weeks ago on Saturday, August 25, I performed my first wedding and...

Albert Thompson, 92

Rhinelander, Wis. - Albert passed away September 13 at Friendly Village Nursing Home. He was born in Badger on May 17, 1926, to Knut and Carrie (Dole) Thompson. He attended Badger school through eighth grade. He served in the Army in WWII and in...

Arnold A. Pederson, 83

Greenbush - Arnold A. Pederson, 83, of Greenbush, died Saturday, September 8, 2018 in LifeCare Greenbush Manor in Greenbush. Arnold Allen Pederson was born December 26, 1934 at Greenbush, to parents...

Memories of Times and Events gone by

To the Editor, Everyone can probably remember where they were and what they were doing when some sort of big event went down. I kind of have a photograph in my mind when first hearing of the assassination of JFK. That has been fifty five years in a...

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