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Articles from the November 3, 2018 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    November 3, 2018

The old undercover lawman bows out gracefully

Ron Woolever was never McGruff the Crime Dog, but the former Crookston native who's resided in Roseau for the past 20 years took a big bite out of illicit narcotics during his 20 years with the...

 
 By Laurel Latham    News    November 3, 2018

The Indoor christmas tree walk

With Christmas just over seven weeks away, Britt Dahl, Director/Curator at the Roseau County Museum, is encouraging businesses, organizations and groups, as well as all interested individuals, to register for the third annual Indoor Christmas Tree...

 

Dallas Brass is thrilled to present a concert with the Badger High School

Dallas Brass will present a concert with the Badger High School on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 6 p.m. Since its founding in 1983 by Michael Levine, the Dallas Brass has become one of America’s foremost musical ensembles. The group has established a...

 

Peterson Celebrates the official opening of the Dam 4 connection on the North Star Trail with Sportsmen and DNR Commissioner

Tuesday was clear and crisp in the Beltrami Island State Forest where I had the pleasure of joining members from the Fourtown-Grygla Sportsmans Club and the Roseau-Lake of the Woods Sportsmans Club, and DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr to celebrate the...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    November 3, 2018

This is definitely no bridge over the River Kwai

Of course I had to inspect the new bridge over the Roseau River on County Road 126 south of Roseau. It's hard to shake off Oliver Ullman, who I've known since he was about nine and who kept inviting...

 

There are always two or more sides to a situation

I have learned in life there are always two or more sides to a story or in this case an accident. When reporting a news article all facts should be presented in order for people to form their opinions. Minnesota man airlifted after equipment fell on...

 

Court Report

Roseau Police Dept. Nate Blu Broten, Roseau, pled guilty to fourth degree drugs and was fined $75 with a restitution of $400, 10 days and three years supervised probation. He had a charge of Roseau city park hours and days of operation dismissed. He...

 

We expect more from our County Attorney

To the Editor, Mrs. Foss, you seem to know we have a drug problem but yet they seem to be getting slaps on the wrist and some not charged or let out after stealing copper or parts off of parked cars. As the chief law officer what are you doing to...

 

County Attorney Election

To the Editor, I have read some of these ads for our current County Attorney and I have noticed how mis-leading they seem in my opinion. You say we are truly innocent until proven guilty-are you the defense attorney or the prosecutor? You talk about...

 

Section 8A Cross Country Meet

The Section 8A Cross Country Meet was held at Bagley, on October 26. Unlike last year with 6” of snow on the ground and 32 degrees, this year was a nice 45 degrees with only mist and light rain for precipitation. This made for good running...

 

Psst...The cat is out of the bag

It was official November 1st, Orlando and Chantel Peralta purchased the Warroad Dairy Queen. Previous owners Jim and Vicky Wilson decided it was time to sell. Orlando being the overly ambitious...

 

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