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Articles from the August 26, 2022 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    August 26, 2022

Former Local Girl Is A Hall of Fame Bowler

by Jeff Olsen Betty (née Stites) Siemers, a 1965 RHS graduate, can knock down the pins. Truth be told, she still throws a wicked bowling ball that makes the pins rattle and fly. So, where have you...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    August 26, 2022

Support Your Local Food Shelf With Your Own Abundance

by Jeff Olsen Last weekend, Teresa McDonnell, one of the volunteers at the Roseau Area Food Shelf in Roseau, was pitching a unique suggestion for a way to help others in need. "We have people coming a...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    August 26, 2022

Old, my foot - Kenny Cole is one merry old Soul

by Jeff Olsen At 95, Kenny Cole can walk, talk, and hear - and that's just the frosting on the cake. On Sunday, August 14, he celebrated his 95th birthday. He probably could run a full marathon if... Full story

 
 By Laurel Latham    News    August 26, 2022

The 19th Annual Yellow Rose 5K/10K Held In Warroad

by Laurel Latham On Saturday, August 13, registration for the annual Yellow Rose 5K/10K, held in Warroad, was at 7 a.m., followed by the National Anthem at 8 a.m. The 10K participants started off at...

 

Write On: Stars Upon Stars by Abigail Cobb

Essay by: Abigail Cobb Roseau Community School Mrs. Kelsey Didrikson, Advanced English 11 • Step One: Plan on staying up late on a summer night. As a little girl, I would stay up late and lay in my... Full story

 
 By Julie Elick    Opinion    August 26, 2022

Rest: Tried and true

I still wake up at different times of the night. I lay awake and think. If it is 2:30 a.m., it is a problem, 4 a.m. is better, 5:30 a.m. is wonderful. Maybe I should get a white noise machine. You...

 

You Got This...

So this one is closer to my heart than any in the tween journey I have had so far. It is the one that tugs at heartstrings. I was that kid. The chunky one, plus the one who grew up in a world where...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    August 26, 2022

Two impressive women in their own special ways

Most days, there's no magic wand, no second chances, and no mulligans. Life's a crap shoot. We prefer a positive turn of events where everyone is cheering, life's the greatest, and there's nothing... Full story

 

Our Last Camping Trip for 2022

Sarah, Brian, Kyle and I went on our final camping trip for the year. We decided to go to Rogers on the Red Campground. We went there last year during our camping excursions. We are thinking this may... Full story

 

A Great Mouse Hunt!

Oofdah, how production agriculture has changed in the last fifty or sixty years! Grpa pulling the A-6 Case combine with its four cylinder Wisconsin air cooled engine around with the WD-45 Allis Chalmers tractor is now only a memory. With no cab on...

 
 By Carrie Johnson    News    August 26, 2022

50 years ago… Dorothy Billberg and Clarice Lancaster were selected at Outstanding Elementary Teachers of America for 1972

5 years ago – Aug. 26, 2017 Ivan Hirst was the new Roseau High School Assistant Principal and Activities Director. The first place winners of the 2017 Roseau County Youth Pedal Pull were Codi...

 

MaryAnn Vistad, 84

Roseau- MaryAnn Vistad of Roseau, age 84, went peacefully home to be with Jesus on August 21, 2022, surrounded by family members at LifeCare Medical Center in Roseau. She was born May 25, 1938 in...

 

Alice Caroline (Nelson) Anderson, 95

Roseau- Alice Caroline (Nelson) Anderson passed away on August 18, 2022, at Oak Crest Senior Housing in Roseau at the age of 95. Alice was born on December 11, 1926, to Alfred and Annie (Williamson)...

 

Dr. Scott Jensen looks to "Heal Minnesota"

Courtesy of Ryan Bergeron The Tribune, Greenbush, Minn. Republican candidate for Minnesota Governor Dr. Scott Jensen flew into the Roseau Municipal Airport for a rally on a sunny August 13 day. Sever... Full story

 

One Never Knows, In Advance, What The Long Term Effect Will Be

9/13/92 A good number of years ago, a man, on his way to church one Sunday morning, noticed four boys hanging around on a street corner. On a burst of inspiration he stopped and invited them to go...

 

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