Articles from the June 24, 2023 edition

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 By Ryan Honl    News    June 24, 2023

Two Roseau Gun Threat Incidents at Same Store in a Two Week Period

by Ryan Honl On June 1, according to a Roseau Police Report, Kaliyah Jameil King Martin allegedly entered the Roseau Holiday with a Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro 9mm handgun making threats to a cashier saying “I should pop you” and “I’m... Full story

 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 24, 2023

Roseau County Marks 15 Years of Treatment Courts

by Jeff Olsen Standing outside the Roseau County Courthouse on Tuesday afternoon, May 30, were the veterans of various drug and or alcohol addictions. They were enjoying a smoke before stepping into...

 By Ryan Honl    News    June 24, 2023

Roseau Foreign Exchange Student Li-Ting Chen Heads Back to Taiwan

by Ryan Honl Miss Li-Ting Chen, also known as Lydia Chen while here in Roseau, was one great girl to sponsor for the Tuttle family. She just completed 10th grade at the high school and returned back...


Capturing a Passion

Essay by: Erin Brandt Roseau Community School Mrs. Didrikson, CIHS English 11 I was entranced by photography at exactly 5:59 p.m. on July 7, 2017. It was the day I received my first phone: a Samsung...

 By Julie Elick    Opinion    June 24, 2023

All that was left was a dry stick

I walked by a small garden today on the way to the garage. I sighed and said, "this garden is going to be no more." A beautiful Tiger Sumac bush which grows there has lovely light green fern like...

 By Carrie Johnson    News    June 24, 2023

25 years ago… Laura Lundbohm scores a hole in one

5 years ago – June 23, 2018 In honor of Eldyne Erickson’s 90th birthday in January, her children built a “Little Library” and put the book exchange on Judy Magnusson’s Quilt S’More propert...

 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    June 24, 2023

Spending time with a couple of regular guys

This is what I'll miss when I walk away from this job. It's interviewing people from different walks of life, different outlooks, and even unusual professions. I've met 'em all since the 1980s - the...


Wonderworks the Upside down House

WonderWorks was a science focused indoor amusement park, combined with education and entertainment. There were over a hundred hands-on exhibits! During an experiment, something went awry, and the powe...

 By Ryan Honl    Opinion    June 24, 2023

Amazon is Taking Over the World

They started selling books on a new thing called the internet 25 years ago. Jeff Bezos figured out how to turn the digital highway into a fat green stack of cash now worth a ridiculous 1.3 trillion...


No Signs of Drying Up….

To say our moisture so far this summer has been sporadic is maybe an understatement. It is kind of like Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry. “Are you feeling lucky?” Some have gotten too lucky and are almost floating when a few miles away their...


Lorraine Doris (Reed) Hedlund, 101

Roseau- Lorraine passed away June 16, 2023 at LifeCare Manor in Roseau at the age of 101. Lorraine Doris Reed was born Sept. 4, 1921 at Budd Hospital in Roseau to Willis Reed & Ida (Skogstad)...


Arthur Terrance Erickson, 74

Salol- Arthur Terrance Erickson (Terry) passed away on May 30, 2023, one day short of his 75th birthday. He was born on May 31, 1948 in Roseau to Arthur B. Erickson and Norma S. Folling. Terry grew...


Harry Pederson, 95

Roosevelt- Harry Pederson passed away peacefully on June 18, 2023 at the Warroad Senior Living Center at the age of 95. Harry Pederson was born on May 22, 1928 in Roosevelt to Gust and Hannah...

 By Tom Palen    Opinion    June 24, 2023

The Flower Box

I love wood and all its beauty, especially species with bold grain. Quarter-sawn oak is one of my favorite woods. When we remodeled our house, all carpeting was replaced with real three-quarter-inch...


RHS Clay Target Tournament

After battling gale force winds at last year's Championship, the Roseau High School Clay Target team returned to the Alexandria Shooting Sports Park looking for redemption and a berth in the state...


Our Common Sense of Belonging

Someone has observed that "We live by signs". Any dad who travels with his family is all too aware of this when he tries to "sneak by" an exit ramp trying to make "one more town before night fall".... Full story

 By Laurel Latham    News    June 24, 2023

Warroad Summer Theater Presents Willy Wonka Jr.

by Laurel Latham Warroad Summer Theater's children's group, the Popcorn Players, have been busy rehearsing their parts in Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka JR. theater production based on the 1964 children's... Full story


Roseau Rams Boys Golf Places 4th at 2023 State Golf Tournament Max Wilson 2nd Individual

The Roseau Rams Boys High School Golf Team competed as a team at the 36-hole State Class AA golf tournament for the third year in row on June 13-14, 2023 in Jordan and finished with a 2-day team score...


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