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Articles from the August 22, 2020 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    August 22, 2020

Whiskey is for drinking and water is for fighting over

by Jeff Olsen The Roseau River Watershed District Board took some heat from local farmers on Wednesday evening at the Roseau City Center. Afterwards, Terry Kveen, 77, who's been farming the now...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Sports    August 22, 2020

Roseau Athletic Director has high hopes for the school year

by Jeff Olsen Ivan Hirst, the Roseau High School Principal and Athletic Director, is looking at the glass as half full these days. Which it really is. However, with no football and volleyball games... Full story

 

Demolition is Underway!

According to Superintendent Tom Jerome, “Scheduled construction work as it relates to Phase I (SE portion of the Roseau School) is proceeding as scheduled. Major changes are taking place daily. Demolition of the interior walls and ceiling of the... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    August 22, 2020

With the charming former farm boy from Badger

by Jeff Olsen Just for the record, Carrie Nation, a temperance dame back in the early 1900s who wielded an axe inside saloons like Kirby Puckett smacked late inning homeruns, would have loved Nate...

 

Write On: A First Time for Everything

by Peter VandeWege, College English 12, Mrs. Didrikson Standing calf-deep in the lukewarm water of Bass Lake I squeeze my foot into the rubber boot and reach down to fish the rope handle out from...

 
 By Julie Elick    Opinion    August 22, 2020

Baked Beans and Nehemiah

I received an email from a dear friend the other day. My friend was both angry and frustrated. She was exhausted, carrying her frustration with her all day and chewing on it at night. Because of her emotional entanglement, objectivity became very...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    August 22, 2020

He is now divinely inspired by God

Quick, Autumn, bring me a cold beer. No, bring the whole 12 pack. On Monday afternoon, President Trump related his conversation with God about the great job he is doing with the economy. He said: "You...

 

It's Been Six Years and I Still Wish You Were Here!

It is hard to believe it has been six years today (August 19) since my brother passed away. When I think about the last time I saw him it feels like it has been forever and if I think about "that...

 

A note from John Burkel

Running an election during a pandemic is hard, and our County officials and election judges did a remarkable job and deserve our thanks. I want to thank you, the voters, for placing your trust in me to be the Republican candidate for state...

 

This is happening to our land now.... will YOUR land be next?

I have farmed and lived with the rise and fall of the waters in the Roseau River Bottom most of my life. In the late 1960’s I started working for farmers in this area. Because of the richness of the soils and the amazing crops that they produced,...

 

Roseau River Watershed Plan in 2004 (page 29- 30)

This article was taken from the “Beltrami Island Land Utilization Project Comprehensive Conservation Management Plan.” Goggle it. The Roseau River Watershed Plan incorporates the County Comprehensive Local Water Plan (JOR Engineering 2002) which...

 

Pierce James Kvien, 22

Roseau- Pierce James Kvien was born on January 12, 1998, in Roseau to Patrick and Kristi. He joined his twin siblings Parker and Kalleen and the fun began. Pierce was baptized and confirmed in the... Full story

 

 Marion Kathleen (née, Erickson) Enerson, 97

Cavalier, N.D.- Marion was still waiting to see a woman elected President of the United States when she passed away on August 15, 2020, surrounded by her family.  Marion Kathleen (née, Erickson)...

 

Life's Second Most Important Question

Life's Second Most Important Question. Hmm. The title of this article may stir up another question in your minds: "Well, then, what is life's most important question?" Before I address both I ask you...

 

FABIAN RESPONDS TO COMMERCE DEPARTMENT'S LINE 3 LAWSUIT

The Minnesota Department of Commerce announced Tuesday that they would once again appeal the certificate of need for the Enbrige Line 3 replacement project. The certificate of need was previously approved by the Public Utilities Commission,...

 

Salol News by Genevieve Michal

Bob Geringer and daughters Rachel Welin and Rebecca and Cory Lundgren left here on a camper trip to Medora last Wednesday evening. They enjoyed camping and all the sights of the Badlands including the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. They saw many...

 

More First Time Winners At Greenbush Race Park

by Keith Cumming Well the Greenbush area got lucky once again and missed all the heavy rain that some in the area got this past Thursday and Friday, and even the scattered showers predicted for race day seemed to dissipate the closer it got to race...

 
 By Laurel Latham    News    August 22, 2020

Vientiane Lao and Thai Cuisine Opens In Warroad

by Laurel Latham Vientiane Lao and Thai Cuisine held their grand opening on August 12, with nearly 200 customers stopping by to order takeout or dine on their sunny deck or inside in a comfortable boo...

 

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