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Articles from the February 3, 2018 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    February 3, 2018

Girls Rule Roseau School Spelling bee

It's a long route to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., on May 30-31. A week ago Monday evening at the Roseau Community School Theater, the very best spellers in grades fifth...

 
 By Laurel Latham    News    February 3, 2018

Choose From over 2,000 Fabulous Dresses at Fashion Paradise

Sisters Samantha Lindgren and Bobbi-Jo Rose make a great team. "I enjoy the fashion side of the business and Bobbi is great at bookkeeping and marketing," explained Samantha. "I've had friends tell...

 

Pine to Prairie Drug Task Force Makes Arrests

Despite the strong effort that is being waged to control it, the drug problem in northwestern Minnesota is getting bigger and bigger all the time. Pine to Prairie Drug Task Force agents were involved...

 

LifeCare Medical Center Re-Designated as Level 4 Trauma Hospital

The Minnesota Department of Health recently re-designated LifeCare Medical Center as a Level 4 trauma hospital. Originally designated in 2010, LifeCare Medical Center and staff have voluntarily participated in an intense designation process to contin...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    February 3, 2018

Flying higher than a mountain peak

Beautiful! That's all I needed with my two-dollar bet riding against the New England Patriots. My pal, Oliver Ullman, is now holding the winning hand after a deejay has Tom Brady all fired up to play...

 
 By Pastor Joe    Opinion    February 3, 2018

Have you ever lost a pet?

I read with increasing sadness in last week’s Roseau Times-Region (1/27/18) the article (courtesy of the Kenora Daily Minor News) about the killing of several dogs, family pets, belonging to “Northwest Angle 33 First Nation” residents. I feel...

 

Political Views

To the Editor, Warren Buffet is a self made billionaire for a very good reason. In an interview with CNBC he said “I could end the deficit in five minutes.” You just pass a law that says that anytime there is a like wise all sitting members of...

 

Teresa May Raskie, 53

Roseau - Teresa May Raskie was born July 16, 1964 in Minneapolis. She lived most of her adult life in Roseau, at REM and at PCS-Crestwood home. Teresa was a beautiful woman with a colorful soul! She was caring and kind to her housemates, always...

 

Lyla Elaine Johnson, 88

International Falls - Lyla passed away on January 26, 2018 at the age of 88. Our Good Shepherd, Jesus Christ, has destroyed death and bought life and light through the Gospel. We are deeply thankful for what God has done through His servant, Lyla E....

 

Workout of the Week - WOW #60

When talking about weight loss it's about going the distance not going for speed. There are many factors that play into one's weight loss and with every ounce of my BEing three stick out the most. Also, the song The Distance by the group Cake...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Sports    February 3, 2018

Wrestlers edge the Fertile Falcons, 33-29

A week ago Thursday in Fertile, the Rams squeaked by the Fertile-Beltrami Falcons in a contest which really came down to two important matches. At 138, senior Owen Gross went the distance in winning...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Sports    February 3, 2018

Pirates edge Ram wrestlers, 42-39

Forget the saying, "Close but no cigar!" At the high school level, any athlete spotted chomping on a cigar would be declared ineligible. Actually, it was the coin toss prior to the match that sealed...

 

Rams Girls Hockey Record is 20-4 With Three More Wins

The Rams girl’s hockey team defeated Sartell-Sauk Rapids 2-1 and St. Cloud 5-4 at home last weekend to complete Section 8AA play with a 10-0 record. The Rams will be seeded #1 and play at the Rams Center when the playoffs begin on February 10th....

 
 By Kurt Weston    Sports    February 3, 2018

Roseau Rams Hockey Association Coaches Update

The month of January has been a true test for the Rams, as they have had to overcome adversity, come from behind, and also finish off an opponent in a close game.  We started out the month on our swing south to play Brainerd and Rogers that was...

 
 By Jim Mack    Sports    February 3, 2018

Youth Wrestlers Compete In Local Tournaments

Some of our Roseau youth wrestlers were back in action again this past weekend as they traveled to either Blackduck or to Warren to compete in their tournaments. In all, Roseau had 26 wrestlers competing in grades PreK through 6th grade at the two...

 

NORTHERN FREEZE BLOWS INTO ROSEAU, RAMS TAME THE PONIES

It was a big double header night last Friday, 1/26, at good 'ol RHS where the boys and girls basketball team would play host to the Northern Freeze. This sports co-op combines the two schools of Tri- County (Karlstad area) and Marshall County...

 

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