Articles from the March 24, 2018 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    March 24, 2018

Meet the nicest people to win $22.8 Million

On the morning of March 15, Debbie Kujava just happened to check out the Lotto America tickets she'd bought at the Holiday Station in Roseau. From now on, the 1978 Roseau High School graduate is the...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    March 24, 2018

Septuagenarian Steger Doesn't Stagger Along

Last Friday afternoon, Will Steger, a former collegiate wrestler and polar explorer who prefers to push the physical limits of even the most exceptionally fit human beings, was spotted at the Daisy...

 
 By Pastor Joe    Opinion    March 24, 2018

Jesus and the Religious "Rock" Band

Northwest of Seattle and not too far from the Olympic Mountains is a little town by the name of Sequim. The residents there will tell you that generally they have 360 days of sunshine each year. Pretty good for Western Washington. However, what has...

 

There is a Treasure Among Us

To the Editor, There is a treasure among us. From the 14th - 17th of March, 2018, I had the privilege and honor to chaperone and observe the Roseau Pep Band. All the members, comprising almost 80 students, were exceptionally courteous, extremely...

 

Jim Jenson's response to Todd Miller and Glenda Phillipe

To the Editor, Facts: When the majority of commissioners vote in favor of a highway dept. issue, no state statutes nor state department has the authority to challenge their decisions. "Only the voters can. From Jim: Hi, Stacie, Question: Have I been...

 

More response to Jim Jenson

To the Editor, Jimmy Jensen, Badger’s Village Idiot, BVI for short, in his last letter puts out more of his lies and erroneous information. For years we've heard BVI screech about how old and inefficient the County crusher was. "That crusher was i...

 

Local Resident arraigned in Roseau for 13 charges of Pornographic Work involving Minors

Roseau County resident Christopher Robert Peterson, age 29, formerly from the Twin Cities area, was arraigned in Roseau County District Court in Roseau, Minnesota on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 on thirteen charges of Possession of Pornographic Work...

 

Douglas Olson, 83

Miller Beach, Ind.- Roy Douglas Olson, age 83, of Miller Beach, Ind., passed away on Monday, March 12, 2018. Doug is survived by his wife, Marjy Olson of 56 years; brother, Clayton Olson; sister, Rebecca (Curtis) Johnson. He was preceded in death by...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Sports    March 24, 2018

A wrestling friendship that will never die

There are no guarantees in life or in sports, and it makes a kid grow up faster - especially when a best buddy dies. That happened last August when Jon T. Dingwall Jr. a super kid, died in an ATV...

 
 By Jed Kobernusz    Sports    March 24, 2018

Workout of the Week - WOW #65

The truth about change is scary because parts of you have to die before you can live. Death is a scary thing and as a child, I was taught not to fear death. However, with death comes loss and with loss comes sadness. Sadness is a required emotion in...

 

Roseau Rams Girls Basketball places 2nd at State

The Roseau Rams headed to the MN State Basketball Tourney for the 4th year in a row. The Rams would be seeded 3rd out of 8 teams. On March 14, the Rams played Tracy- Milroy-Balaton(who were unseeded, but with a 29-2 record). The Rams started the...

 
 By Jim Mack    Sports    March 24, 2018

Ram Youth Wrestlers Compete at District Qualifier

Last weekend in Greenbush, 32 of our youth wrestlers competed in the NYWA District Qualifier. Wrestlers from across northern Minnesota and eastern North Dakota competed in the tournament. Roseau wrestlers faced strong competition, but fared well and...

 

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