Articles from the June 25, 2022 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 25, 2022

At Grandma's, she's definitely not a cakewalk

by Jeff Olsen Last Friday, a trio of Roseau area runners - Andrea Kvien Olson, Lindsay Paulson, and Heidi Evans Greenwood - were in Duluth for Saturday's Grandma's Marathon They laughed when asked...

 By Laurel Latham    News    June 25, 2022

Streich Family Bikes MS 150 For Daughter Quinn

by Laurel Latham The National MS Society's vision is a world free of MS. Bike MS: MS 150 originated in Minnesota in 1980 as a way to come together, raise awareness and money for MS research, supportin... Full story

 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 25, 2022

There's no 'Lazy Ike' in Coach Isaac

by Jeff Olsen Isaac Erickson is taking on a new coaching challenge as the Roseau High School boys head basketball coach. The 2008 Roseau High School graduate has served as the Roseau girls junior...


Write On by: Jayden Nicholas Warne

Kyla Warne Mrs. Didrikson College Writing 1101 March 2022 My now 19 year old brother has been one of my biggest role models ever since I was a little girl. We have fought, laughed, and cried together...

 By Julie Elick    Opinion    June 25, 2022

Life is like that

Somebody once said to me, "she always majors in minors". I do that sometimes. I feel it is wise to ponder or try to figure out where I am at concerning a situation, and then, get counsel if needed. Th...

 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    June 25, 2022

Just a chance to share some memories

It's tough to get old. My future isn't bright. Sooner or later, I will be very dead, and that bothers me. Who the hell is going to write my obituary? I do have some last requests. If my old friend,...


Our winter escape comes to an end...

Our trip was coming to an end but we fit in the Hangout for our final hurrah at Orange Beach/Gulf Shores, Alabama. The Hangout is a family dining restaurant that focuses on fun, fresh and delicious...


November Can't Come Soon Enough

It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood. An optimist would leave it at that. A realist would relax and wait for someone to mess it up. Optimists don’t watch or listen to the news. Realists are seldom disappointed, After cancelling fifty-five...


Donald "Cork" Stoskopf, 74

Roseau- Donald "Cork" Stoskopf was born on April 15, 1948 in Warroad to Donald E. and Lily P. (Streiff) Stoskopf. He grew up in Warroad and graduated from Warroad High School. On June 15, 1968 Cork...

 By Carrie Johnson    News    June 25, 2022

75 years ago… Roy Novotny won at Sheep Day

5 years ago – June 24 2017 On May 16 Brenna (Lang) Johnson, a 2001 RHS graduate, donated a kidney to her brother Isaac Lang, a 1999 Roseau High School graduate. Their parents are John and Mary... Full story


How We Can Know We Are OK With God

1 John 3:10-4:6 I had a conversation with someone in the community just recently who's wife passed away some time ago. They had been talking with someone who told them that they had given up their... Full story


Roseau Clay Target Team Wins Conference 4A Championship

Submitted by Larry Hosaluk We won the day! That was head coach Troy Weiland's message after the Roseau Clay target team battled brutal winds to win the conference 4A Championship at the Minnesota... Full story


Roseau Rams Boys Golf places 3rd at 2022 State Golf Tournament

The Roseau Rams Boys High School Golf Team competed as a team at the 36-hole State Class AA golf tournament for the second year in row on June 14-15, 2022 in Jordan, Minn. and finished with a 2-day...

 By Jeff Olsen    Sports    June 25, 2022

The Unlikeliest Season Turns Into A Baseball Gem

by Jeff Olsen Maybe it really was the Field of Dreams for the Roseau Rams. Certainly, they could dream of advancing to the state tournament. They would have to win their section. But first, they had...


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