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Articles from the February 19, 2022 edition

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Be Bold In The Cold At Roseau's Flannel & Frost WinterFest

by Laurel Latham There will be more plaid flannel in Roseau the long weekend of Feb. 24-27, than in Paul Bunyan's closet, during this year's first annual Flannel & Frost WinterFest! "Roseau Civic...

 
 By Jeff Olson    News    February 19, 2022

Here comes the judge and her supporting cast

by Jeff Olsen Behind the bench, Judge Donna Dixon of the 9th District Court can occasionally be imposing like an old schoolmarm receiving late assignments that are also poorly done. But there are...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    February 19, 2022

Henry Boucha earns Indigenous Athletic Honor

by Jeff Olsen At 70, Henry - an Ojibwe, author, and film documentarian who has been to the highest peaks and then to the lowest valleys, mainly the result of an intentional jab to his right eye...

 

Write On: My Reading Journey

Essay by: Levi Steinhauer  Advanced English 11 Mrs. Didrikson  Reading is an important skill that many young people are pressured to acquire and perfect as fast as possible. Reading helps us...

 

The Fire Inside Protects You From The Cold Outside!

The title of this column says a lot. I had to write it down as soon as I heard it, lest I would forget. So much snow! I have banks of snow along the boardwalk in the backyard. And in my front yard I... Full story

 

Everybody wants something in these surreal times

Terrific. This past Monday afternoon, the Star Tribune online edition ran the following headline: Minnesota Senate Republicans introduce bills requiring teachers to share curriculum with parents What...

 

Poor man's Lobster...One Word - Disgusting!

All hail the once lowly burbot, which is now considered a game fish species in Minnesota. Disgusting, I say! By last year, the burbot had risen from rough fish status in Minnesota, as indicated on Pag...

 

Passing Mandates While Spouting Democracy

It is never wise to get involved in your neighbors business. This time our neighbor is Canada and their problem is not just theirs, but ours and the rest of the worlds. Justin Trudeau left no doubt that the Canadian people are his subjects and not... Full story

 

The Character of the Christian Part 11 (2/23/92)

Read Psalm 1 Idea: What does the "new self" (new in character) look like? We are looking at the character of the Christian. In 11 Corinthians 5:17 Paul writes: "Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he...

 

$5,000 from Farmers Union Oil Company of Warroad in Honor of Riverbend Skate Path 

The Riverbend Skate Path has been honored as a source of pride by Farmers Union Oil Company of Warroad and Cenex®, the energy brand of CHS Inc. As part of this award, Warroad Community...

 

Christine Gerszewski, 88

Warroad- Christine Gerszewski, 88, of Warroad, died in her home under the care of hospice on Monday, February 14, 2022, with her husband and children by her side. Christine Antoinette Szklarski was bo...

 

Dennis Norman Green, 90

Prineville, Ore.- Dennis Norman Green, 90, passed away on Friday, February 11, 2022. Dennis was born in Minnesota. He grew up on a farm and enjoyed helping his family and the neighbors with...

 

Betty Lorraine (Plass) Swisher, 89

Torrington, Wyo.- Betty Lorraine (Plass) Swisher, our loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and friend passed away peacefully February 13, 2022 at the Torrington Community Hospital. Sh...

 

Constance (Connie) Koenig, 89

Warroad- Constance (Connie) Koenig passed away on Tuesday, February 1, 2022 in Warroad.   Connie was born in Red Lake Falls on January 19, 1933 to Gustaf and Germaine Zaiser.  She grew up in Warroa...

 

Richard (Dick) John Spenst, 77

Warroad- Richard (Dick) John Spenst was born in October of 1944 to Richard and Eileen Spenst of rural Cavalier County, N.D. He died February 8, 2022 at the age of 77. He graduated from Alsen, N.D.,...

 

75 years ago… Local pilot saves the day with glue.

5 years ago – Feb. 18, 2017 The Roseau Ram Boys hockey team were defeated by East Grand Forks 6-4. Scoring for Roseau were Adam Hedlund, Trevor McMillin, Alex Verbout and Aaron Huglen. Tucker Brown... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    February 19, 2022

Roseau 8th grader advances in Scripps National Spelling Bee

by Jeff Olsen Ruby Osweiler, the daughter of Kurt and Tami Osweiler, doesn't memorize long lists of words. She is a natural, according to Ms. Ann Olson, the veteran Roseau High School English...

 

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