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Articles from the May 15, 2020 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 15, 2020

$40 million Roseau School referendums approved

by Jeff Olsen During a time of uncertain economic prospects, 35.8 percent of Roseau School District 682 voters showed up at the polls to pass two separate bond referendums this past Tuesday. Each of...

 

Aune Outdoors - Landscape & Design

The snow is melting and warmer weather is approaching, which means landscaping season is near! Tyler Aune of Gatzke, Minn., has officially started his business Aune Outdoors, which will offer a...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 15, 2020

County Board Gets the Scoop on the Changing Times

by Jeff Olsen On Tuesday morning, Commissioner Jack Swanson, who was recently added to the Association of Minnesota Counties' Blue Ribbon Governance Panel, addressed his fellow commissioners on the...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 15, 2020

The Latest On the Roseau City Council

by Jeff Olsen It was almost back to normal at the virtual Roseau City Council meeting on Monday, May 11. Consider this. They approved spending over 20 grand to purchase a temperature monitor for...

 
 By Laurel Latham    News    May 15, 2020

Welcome Home Steve Fisher

by Laurel Latham Friends of Steve Fisher have been exceedingly busy adorning the City of Warroad with yards of yellow ribbon in a joyous celebration of Steve's return. After battling COVID-19 for...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 15, 2020

The Carisch Flying Firefighting Team Is Tight

by Jeff Olsen Recently, Mike Carisch, a bearded gent who a century ago would have been a barnstorming pilot during the Roaring Twenties, was practicing a nifty maneuver lowering a 100-pound bucket thr...

 

Write On My Football Accident by Michael Furguson

by Michael Ferguson, English 7, Mrs. Didrikson  It was the last game of the season I played defense for the 7th grade football team. It was cold and raining outside but we still went and played footb... Full story

 
 By Julie Elick    Opinion    May 15, 2020

Standing alone in a crowd

There I was sitting in the back seat, riding along in a car with two of my friends. Laughter, bright ideas, opinions, "Lets do something together" and my thought was that I didn't want to take part! I...

 
 By Genevieve Michal    News    May 15, 2020

Salol News

Don’t we enjoy waking to sunlight around 5:30 a.m. every morning? Our daylight hours are over 10 hours each day now.   Church services from the Salol Lutheran Church have been continuing on Facebook under church services. Folks who would like to...

 
 By Carrie Johnson    News    May 15, 2020

Looking Back

5 years ago – May 16, 2015 Roseau County’s newest lawman was Deputy Josh Demmerly. He was a 2008 Warroad High School graduate. Sergeant Gary D. Estabrooks, a 1989 graduate of Roseau High School,...

 

When You "Screw Up," Don't Give Up, Look Up!

It is my persuasion that all of us, yes, Christians included, have breaking points. There are times, maybe just moments, maybe longer, when the issues, or pressures of life get the best of us (also... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    May 15, 2020

Mr. Cleveland Is An Impressive Old Fart!

Let's cut to the chase. Jerry "JC" Cleveland, who volunteered for the draft to honor a hometown Staples pal who was killed in Vietnam and later fought there himself as an infantryman and earned a... Full story

 

A Week off Used to Sound Enticing...Not Anymore!

I was thinking the other day on how pre-COVID-19 a lot of people used to wish they could have a break. A break to stay home and 'get things done'. I for one am one of these people. I always wish I... Full story

 
 By Jed Kobernusz    Opinion    May 15, 2020

Mindset Coaching

Changes happen, choices are chosen. Have you ever heard that before? Does that even make sense?  This mindset coaching article will clear it all up if that doesn’t make sense already. Throughout the day there are many things happening without us...

 

STATEMENT FROM REP. FABIAN ON WALZ ANNOUNCEMENT

Representative Dan Fabian, R-Roseau, issued the following statement regarding Gov. Walz's announcement lifting the state's Stay at Home order effective Monday, and laying out plans to allow the reopening of restaurants, churches, and other...

 

2020 Roosevelt Flea Market

The Roosevelt Flea Market has been cancelled due to the pandemic. The event was due to be held July 3 and 4. Any questions can be directed to Mark Schreiner at 651-238-2540.... Full story

 

Beverly Ann Bucy, 74

Northwest Angle- Beverly Ann Bucy, the daughter of Donald Case and Gladys (Rose), was born on March 5, 1946 in Minneapolis. After high school, Bev graduated from beauty school in 1964 as she knew as...

 

Kick'n Up Kountry Announces New Dates

We have been working with the government officials and agencies hoping that Kick’n Up Kountry could be part of the healing process of the Corona Crisis, but it just got to be too many questions of when social gatherings will be able to take place,...

 

Updates from the Governor

Governor Tim Walz announced the next phase of the COVID-19 response in Minnesota. Citing progress made to prepare for peak of infection, the Governor announced a measured, cautious turning of the dial toward a new normal. With the Stay Home...

 

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