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Articles from the August 17, 2019 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    August 17, 2019

It's not always a walk in the park at Relay for Life

They came in all persuasions - the stubborn, the lucky, the determined, the rebounding, the appreciative, and the caregivers - at the 23rd Annual Relay for Life at Riverview Park in Roseau last...

 

Brazilian Jiu-jitsu seminar in roseau

AJ Edwards, owner of 218 Training Center in Roseau, is a 10-year Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu purple belt. One of the fastest growing combat sports in the world, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (also known as BJJ) is a ma...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    August 17, 2019

Streiff's swindler pleads guilty to felony theft

On Monday, Jennifer Slukynsky, a former employee of Streiff Sporting Goods west of Warroad, appeared in front of Judge Donna Dixon and pled guilty in Courtroom One at the Roseau County Courthouse to...

 

Write ON! Camp

by Aidan Helmer, English 7, Mrs. Didrikson I sat at one of the wooden benches in the warm cafeteria, sipping on hot cocoa, remembering the past few days. They had been the kind of days you want to...

 

Salol News

Dennis and Diane Monkman are great-grandparents for the 8th time and happy to announce Adam and Holly McLain are parents to Walker Dallas born August 6th. First time grandparents are Patrick and Stacy and first time uncle Troy. Patrick and Stacy are...

 

16th annual yellow rose 5k and 10k race

The 16th Annual Yellow Rose 5K and 10K race organized by Marvin was held Saturday, August 10. With 359 registered participants and 275 finishing the race, a total of $4,870 was raised for HELPP (Help...

 

Miss North Star serves up some DQ

DQ's definately tasted better with the help of Miss North Star, Katrina Bugge. Her smile was a wonderful addition to the happy faces working at the counter. Katrina captured the title of Miss North...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    August 17, 2019

What I know about life then and now

When I was a kid starting first grade in 1950 at age 6, we had to worry about polio, putting our lips on the drinking fountain, not picking our nose, and losing our pencil. Yeah, a pencil. You...

 

The Good, The Bad And The Ugly of August

August...that is what is on my mind. In the beginning of August I have Brandon and Blu’s birthdays which are both great! Then we move to the middle of August and on August 19th it will be five years since my big brother Kevin passed away and...

 

Our Newspaper is Your Newspaper

by: Don Heinzman In your hearts you know why you came to your community to live and raise a family. You like small-town living, a good school system, a vibrant business community, a church of your denomination and residents who like to be involved...

 

Flag Abuse

We looked out the window today and we were surprised to see the flag flying at the top of the flag pole. It seems there are few days when the flag is not at half-mast. Under the Dayton Administration, we got used to the flag being lowered again and...

 
 By Pastor Joe    Opinion    August 17, 2019

AND AMERICA MOURNS AGAIN!

The headline in the Star Tribune on August 5th read: "Blood-shed Stuns U.S." The subheading read: "Gunmen in Texas and Ohio Kill 29, leave dozens wounded." It just keeps happening, and it just keeps...

 

Roseau feels the strain as Minnesota-Canada border hassles take a toll

by John Enger Nurse Darcy Wakefield crosses from Canada into Minnesota four days a week to help deliver babies. It’s a job she loves — and one she says she’ll soon have to quit. The babies haven’t slowed, but the border has. Darcy Wakefield...

 

Sharon Marie Lofstedt, 80

Hutchinson - Sharon Lofstedt, age 80, of Hutchinson, passed away on Monday, August 12, 2019, at her home in Hutchinson. Blessed be her memory. Sharon Marie Lofstedt was born on August 1, 1939 in...

 

Court Report

Roseau County Sheriff’s Department Jordan Elijah Cooper, Roseau pled guilty to possession of controlled substance and was fined $660. Commit to Commissioner of Corrections 12 months 1 day stay for 5 years. Supervised probation for 5 years. Had...

 

Looking Back...

5 years ago – August 16, 2014 Elmer A. Erickson, who was born on August 1, 1923, celebrated his 91st birthday and was honored by Jack McDonald, Commander of the Caleb E. Lindquist American Legion Po...

 

Mens golf league update

by Donn Haugen It is an exciting time of the year at Oakcrest Golf Course. With the Calcutta on Friday night and the League tournament getting underway next week, our Men’s league is not taking a back seat.  Things are really heating up.  As for...

 

Roseau Youth Football Registration

Registration is now open for 3rd through 6th grade youth football.  Please go to the school website and sign up prior to the dates listed below if you are interested.  5th and 6th grade tackle:  Season starts August 20th and ends Sept 28th....

 

Imrie Gets Third Baker Cup and Two First Time Winners at GRP

by Keith Cumming: A beautiful day until it was time to race.  At about 6:45 p.m. a quick shower passed over the Greenbush Race Park just as cars were packing the track in.  Everyone was sent to the pits, and luckily the rain didn't last long....

 

Results from GRP

 Modifieds     (Unofficial) A Feature 1 (24 Laps): 1. 10W-Ward Imrie, [3]; 2. 1R-Rick Delaine, [2]; 3. 81-Jordan Duray, [9]; 4. 2-Aaron Holtan, [12]; 5. 39-Shawn Teunis, [15]; 6. 57-Michael Tiani, [1]; 7. 33-Ryan Hagen, [11]; 8. 42GG-Gunner...

 

Mindset Coaching

What do you think of when someone says sexy flat tummy versus strong abdomen? The usual response I get is a sexy flat tummy is what I want. A strong abdomen isn’t sexy. It’s practical. Most of us aren’t practical when it comes to health,...

 

Blood Drive in Grygla on August 28

Vitalant, formerly United Blood Services will be asking for volunteers to give blood. On August, 28, 2019 Vitalant will be at the Community Center in Grygla, from 12:15 p.m to 6 p.m.. If you would like to give blood please contact, Sheldon at...

 

Roseau County 4-H Blue Ribbon Livestock Auction Sale

The 2019 Roseau County 4-H Blue Ribbon Sale was held on Friday, July 26 at 1:00 p.m. in the Andy Erickson Main Barn Show ring at the Roseau County Fair Grounds. It is an exciting time for the youth...

 

Roseau County 4-H at the Roseau County Fair

4-H is a Youth Development Club program for youth who have completed K-one year past high school. In 4-H, youth design and participate in their own programs and activities. This unique,...

 

Local youth learn about civic engagement in Washington D.C.

Three Roseau County 4-H youth developed critical leadership skills during week-long experience Forty-three Minnesota youth, including three from Roseau County attended the 4-H Citizenship Washington...

 

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