Articles from the July 8, 2023 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    July 8, 2023

He's Happy to be working in law enforcement

by Jeff Olsen Chris Skime, a 2017 graduate of Grygla-Goodridge High School, now knows that good things can come unexpectedly. "I was born and raised right here in Skime, Minnesota." He's definitely a...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    July 8, 2023

A Gentleman Who Touched Many Lives is Remembered

by Jeff Olsen The late Stan Kindzerski, the legendary Roseau High School choir director who taught at RHS for 38 years before retiring in 1998, will be memorialized at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 19,... Full story

 By Ryan Honl    News    July 8, 2023

Mechanical Innovation Factory is Open for Business in Wannaska

by Ryan Honl The Wannaska Elementary School sat empty for many, many years after closing. That's no longer the case. Richard Doughman of Wannaska and his crew have turned it into a full scale...


Write On: Name Game

Essay by: Megan Mooney Roseau Community School Mrs. Didrikson, CIHS English 11 There were only a handful of high schoolers that still rode my bus. The most consistent was a senior named Bjorn. He...

 By Julie Elick    Opinion    July 8, 2023

Weight Loss: It's all about rules, and "The Price Of Salt Has Gone Up!" Chapter 2

SALT: I could see right away what happened! I love Mexican food. I love the Mexican restaurant in Thief River Falls. My friend and I often take this monthly trip and split a meal. I couldn't eat a...


Step Across The Line

Several years ago when I was still with Youth For Christ in Tacoma we took a group of teenagers on a Christmas retreat. The camp was in Eastern Washington at the upper end of a valley with mountains... Full story

 By KVLY    News    July 8, 2023

Man charged with murder of Roseau woman in what prosecutor calls 'horrific case'

by KVLY - Bill Strande, Alexandra Simon The Ramsey County Attorney's Office charged a Maplewood man Friday for allegedly killing and dismembering his girlfriend. Joseph Steven Jorgenson, 40, faces...

 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    July 8, 2023

Only in America with its quirks and quarks

Beautiful! It all came back to me a few days ago reading in the national news about a couple of cohabitating cops, who escorted their three-year-old son to an actual jail cell for disciplinary...


NY Pizza Kitchen Bar & Grill in Myrtle Beach

Whenever we are on vacation I always try garlic knots comparable to the ones we had in Florida several years ago. The ones at N.Y. Pizza Kitchen Bar and Grill were very close and definitely were amaze...


Better Forest Management Is Critical For Quality Of Life

In recent weeks you may have noticed, the sky is no longer blue, stars are harder to see at night, and landscapes are discolored by a grayish hue. Wildfires in Canada and northern Minnesota are worse than ever and it has real consequences for our...


More History of Earl's Drive In

I just received the June 17, 2023 edition of the paper and I enjoyed the article about Earl's Drive In and the fact that it started in 1956. I thought it would have been more interesting if there would have been additional historical information...


Marie Evelyn Rosenwasser, 81

Abila, Calif.- Marie E. Rosenwasser passed away on June 7, 2023, from a heart attack at the age of 81. Born April 19, 1942, to parents Helen and George Johnson of Falun Township in Roseau County,...

 By Carrie Johnson    News    July 8, 2023

75 years ago… A Pencer woman was kicked and trampled by a few cows.

5 years ago – July 7, 2018 The 2018 Roseau County Outstanding Senior Citizen Volunteer Award winners were Marlene Nelson of Roseau and Wes McFarlane of Warroad. Members of the Roseau High School... Full story

 By Laurel Latham    News    July 8, 2023

HIstory Day Camp Held In Warroad

by Laurel Latham The Warroad Heritage Center hosted a youth history day camp Monday, June 26, through Friday, June 30 from 9 a.m. until noon. The board members of the Warroad Heritage Center believe... Full story

 By Tom Palen    Opinion    July 8, 2023

Ben Franklin and Rhubarb

When I think of July fourth, several things come to mind; first and foremost is Independence Day. I can only imagine the courage it took to sign a document telling the king your intention to separate...


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