Articles from the May 1, 2021 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 1, 2021

Two graduating RHS seniors will take the Southern Tour

by Jeff Olsen It could be either Hay and Hash or Hash and Hay, but Hashton Metcalf and Hayden Nelson have been pals since they were about four-years-old. Their paths won't end on graduation day since...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 1, 2021

They've seen it all at the Mar-Kit Recycling Center

by Jeff Olsen It could be either Hay and Hash or Hash and Hay, but Hashton Metcalf and Hayden Nelson have been pals since they were about four-years-old. Their paths won't end on graduation day since...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 1, 2021

Take a stroll down history lane at the museum

by Jeff Olsen Britt Dahl, the Roseau County Museum director/curator, is possibly the county's most interesting historian and has been the recipient of mounds of donated treasures. After all, she... Full story


"Best Friend"

by Lacey Wyer, Creative Writing Class - Katie Laugen You have been there for my whole life. It never mattered that you didn't have thumbs. It never mattered that you were covered in fur.  It never...

 By Julie Elick    Opinion    May 1, 2021

How much power are you going to let A situation have?

It is interesting how much one statement, or situation between friends can affect days, months, even years of your lives. It doesn't matter if it is true or false, it can become a conflict. I am... Full story

 News    May 1, 2021

4-H Youth Send a Thank You to School Staff Across Roseau County

May Day occurs every year on the first day of May. Many may have happy memories of the celebration of spring, making baskets and giving them to neighbors, family and friends. May Day is actually...

 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    May 1, 2021

Swearing is the most universal of languages

I seldom swear in anger. Mostly, my swear words are used as adjectives, like in "I've got a flipping backache," - only the word isn't flipping. In my first year as the head Roseau wrestling coach in...


Mom's trial back stimulator

Now that I'm done writing about South Padre Island, it's time to go on another adventure! I wish...hopefully this fall! My mom is going to love me for the topic of this column...her! Many of you have... Full story


The Evolution of Conservatives and Liberals

How many people’s blood pressure spiked when looking at the picture of “You’re never too young to play summer ball”? It has been proven that young healthy people have a better chance to be hit by lightning than to be killed by the Chinese...


"I Don't Go To Church; The Church Is Full Of Hypocrites!"

Some things never seem to go away. Over the years I continue to hear various versions of, “The reason I don’t go to church is that the church is full of hypocrites!” Now before I explore the implications of these statements, I think I would do...


Diane Elizabeth Mellstrom, 79

International Falls- Diane Elizabeth Mellstrom, passed away on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at St. Mary's Hospital in Duluth, at the age of 79. Diane was born January 8, 1942 in Roseau to Art and Evelyn...


Kathleen Joyce Hagen, 80

West Fargo, N.D.- Kathleen Joyce Hagen, 80, passed away Monday, April 26, 2021, at New Perspective Senior Living in West Fargo. Kathleen Joyce Hagen was born in rural Judson, N.D. to Max and Leola...


Jack Gene Green, 79

Warroad- Jack Gene Green passed away peacefully on April 22, 2021 at his home in Warroad surrounded by his family. He was 79 years old. Jack was born on September 28, 1941 in Munising, Mich. to Viola...


LeRoy Strand, 80

Warroad- Warroad Loses a Neighbor and passionate teacher. LeRoy passed away on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at the age of 80. LeRoy Strand, longtime Warroad resident, middle school teacher, builder of...

 By Arlette Solom    News    May 1, 2021


submitted by Arlette Solom "Kind words are jewels that live in the heart and soul and remain as blessed memories years after they have been spoken." Marvea Johnson The center is open Monday- Thursday 8-4 p.m. and Friday 8-1 p.m. The center is closed...


"The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse" A Read aloud Story for Children

by Beatrix Potter The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse is a delightful story about a country mouse's accidental visit to town that turns into a friendship (1918). Would you rather live like Johnny... Full story

 By Carrie Johnson    News    May 1, 2021

25 years ago… Flood cost was nearly three quarters of a million dollars in damage

5 years ago – April 30, 2016 Byfuglien Trucking hockey team won their 8th straight 65 and older national hockey championship. The Roseau Ram boys golf team placed 13th in a 21-team field at a golf...


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