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 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 6, 2017

Many came to the rescue of a wounded eagle

by Jeff Olsen Last Saturday afternoon, Skime came alive as word spread that an injured bald eagle was in the ditch along Highway 9 a couple of miles north of Skime. Heather Morey was among the first...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 6, 2017

Wojo's Rodeo wants to lasso New donors

Here's what is so remarkable about rodeo competitors who go airborne off of bucking broncs and almost dance nose-to-nose with agitated bulls once they get tossed with less than 8 seconds into their...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    May 6, 2017

An old guy's perspective on life's treasures

It was great growing up in the 1950s when almost every kid worth his salt would find some old Model T or 1932 Ford coupe at a junk yard and have visions of fixing it up. My pal Donny Baker, who lived...

 
 By Dave Peterson    Opinion    May 6, 2017

I'm Broken and I know it

Hello my name is Naaman. Well not really, it is David, but Naaman is someone I can relate to and I bet some of you can relate to him as well. In the Bible, 2 Kings chapter 5 and verse 1 we are introduced to this guy named Naaman. This one verse...

 
 By Pastor Joe    Opinion    May 6, 2017

The Risk Behind Making "Blanket" Statements

I have been reflecting much on a Letter to the Editor by Del Johnson which appeared in the Roseau Times-Region on April 22nd. It was a short letter that raised up the potential long-term effects of making “blanket” statements. That is...

 

Were the Commissioners Transparent?

On April 9, 2013 there was a contemptuous behavior displayed at it's best by some Roseau County elected and appointed. Todd Miller in his fourth month as county commissioner bolts out of the board room at the end of the meeting and trots down to...

 

Small towns across rural Minnesota face many challenges that many within larger cities just don't appreciate.

The most daunting challenge before us is the lack of quality JOBS for the men and women that live in our communities. We all understand the difficulties associated with attracting businesses or potential investment into our communities....

 

Dorothy D. (Minarik) Morneau, 83

Stillwater - Born and Raised in Roseau. Passed peacefully surrounded by family at The Gables of Boutwells Landing, Stillwater. Preceded in death by her husband, J. Peter; parents, Joseph and Katherine; siblings, Mary McGuire, William, Leonard,...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Sports    May 6, 2017

Softball Rams are back in their game

by Jeff Olsen On Monday morning, head coach Teresa Hulst was able to smile after what has been a tough start to the season. "We opened with a 5-3 loss to Mahnomen-Waubun in Waubun on April 11," she...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Sports    May 6, 2017

Baseball Rams get back in the win column

Maybe it was the long bus ride to Perham a week ago Friday that fired up the lads, who had been on a five-game losing streak. The Perham Yellowjackets are always tough at home, but the Rams showed no...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Sports    May 6, 2017

Ram golfers are getting into the swing

On Tuesday, the Rams competed in the 10-team Fosston/Bagley Tournament and placed 3rd behind Crookston (308) and Mahnomen-Waubun (317). Roseau shot 319. "This was an improvement," said coach Mike Lund...

 
 By Keith Cumming    Sports    May 6, 2017

Greenbush Race Park celebrates 25 years of racing

The 25th summer of racing for the WISSOTA PolyDome Dirt Track series is set to begin as the Greenbush Race Park has 15 Saturday dates along with three Sunday nights of racing scheduled for the fastest 1/4 dirt track in Northwestern Minnesota. The sam...

 

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