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Articles from the February 23, 2019 edition

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Ship Shop Opens in Roseau

Corey Lundberg recently purchased Goin' Postal and changed the name to Ship Shop. Corey is originally from Kennedy, but has lived in Warroad for the past eight years. He recently had the opportunity t...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    February 23, 2019

Kacie Borowicz sets school scoring record

It took 22 years before anyone could top the remarkable Megan Taylor's school record of 3,300 points. Taylor, who graduated from RHS in 1997, was the all-time leading scorer in Minnesota basketball...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    February 23, 2019

The 22nd Wannaska Lions Fishing Derby was a wild one

Last Saturday on Hayes Lake, it was a holiday on ice, a family reunion and, at times, a madcap scramble to maneuver around the slush. It was no heat wave. There was too much snow which made walking...

 

You never asked me, but...

I was an infant in early 1944 when Father Driscoll, an old Irish priest, splashed some Holy Water on my bare noggin, made the Sign of the Cross on my forehead, and baptized me in the Name of the...

 

One day at a time!

One would think life would slow down with the medical/health issues. But “bring it on” is my new motto. My sciatica is still a pain and probably will be for awhile, the way it is acting. I will update you when it is back to normal. That is if I...

 

Walz Challenges Line 3 Pipeline Replacement

Last week, Governor Walz chose to continue challenging the Line 3 pipeline replacement – a badly needed project to replace an aging pipeline that runs across northern Minnesota. The project is critically important for several reasons. Line 3 would...

 

Cyber Bullying is Taking More and More Lives Everyday

For almost a year my family and my company has been under attack from another business owner in town. Through the use of Social Media he has been able to spread his discontent to others in the community. I have personally heard this in town from...

 

Patricia Glagavs, 78

Roseau - Patricia Glagavs (nee Hetteen), Age 78, of Maplewood, formerly of Roseau, passed away peacefully February 13, 2019, after a long and painful battle with illness. She is survived by her...

 

Velma Colleen Olmstead, 85

Fargo N.D. - Velma Colleen Olmstead of Roseau, passed away Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at Elim Nursing Home, Fargo N.D. at age 85. Velma was born October 16th 1933 in Roseau, to Torkel and Marie...

 

Herbert (Herb) L. Weston, 86

Roseau - Herbert (Herb) L. Weston of Roseau, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at Sanford Palliative Care in Fargo. Herbert L. Weston was born on May 9,...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Sports    February 23, 2019

Playoff Rams edge St. Cloud, 3-2 in Double OT

So much for bus legs, which the St. Cloud squad should have had after a five hour bus ride up to Roseau this past Tuesday. Believe it! The lads from St. Cloud skated just fine. Additionally, they...

 

BASKETBALL BOYS SCORE BIG IN TWO GAMES, TAKE ONE ON THE CHIN

By Gregg Iverson The Roseau Rams boys basketball team traveled to Bagley on Valentine’s Day and played a sweetheart of a game! This would be a key section game and after taking two consecutive losses the week before, Coach Hayden and the team were...

 

Court Report

Roseau County Sheriff’s Department Derek Dean Hanson, Albert Lea, pled guilty to false name and was fined $260 with a restitution of $33.40, 90 days stayed for one year and one year unsupervised probation. He pled not guilty to no seat belt and...

 

Girls Rock The Capitol

On February 17-19 the Women of Today Chapters from Roseau, Greenbush, Warroad, Lake of the Woods and Baudette hosted a group of 25 girls on a trip to the Minnesota State Capitol. The girls were in...

 

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