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 By Jeff Olsen    News    August 28, 2021

COME TOGETHER FOR WALK TO REMEMBER

The 2021 Walk to Remember will be held this year on Saturday, September 11 from 9 am to 12 noon. Due to Covid 19 restrictions, some things will appear a little different; all events will be outdoors...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    August 28, 2021

Roseau County will enact half-cent sales tax in 2022

by Jeff Olsen Once again, Benjamin Franklin's quote, "Nothing is certain except death and taxes," hasn’t skipped a beat. On Tuesday, at the Roseau County Board meeting, the Commissioners approved...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    August 28, 2021

Roseau's Top Guy Is Ready for School to Begin

by Jeff Olsen Mr. Joe Broderick laughs easily. If you remember the old days, say a half century or more ago, the school principal was the last one you ever wanted to see. It meant you were in...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    August 28, 2021

Meet Roseau's New Assistant Principal

by Jeff Olsen Bryce Lingen just might be like Bo Jackson in "Bo Knows!" from 30 years ago. "Bo Knows" was a popular Nike ad. Bryce knows coaching. And he knows kids. Mr. Lingen officially arrived on...

 

Write On: Three Poems by Ashlynn

By Ashlynn Omdahl 7th grade English Teacher: Mrs. Didrikson "Horse Riding" As he walks with his tail swaying in the wind I feel the cool breeze against my face The air refreshing my lungs like a...

 
 By Julie Elick    Opinion    August 28, 2021

At the waters edge

Update on Pastor Joe. Chemo has been delayed. Joe is on a break for maybe five or six weeks. The last CT Scan showed no visible impact on the cancer and some possible flakes in some areas of fluid which can possibly be drained. He will receive a PET... Full story

 

If You Had Only One Bible Verse To Share With Others, What Would It Be?

About a month after I gave my life to Christ my good friend, Stan Barker, who was the key person in bringing me to the Lord asked me one Sunday as we were leaving the little country Baptist church...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    August 28, 2021

You can never turn back the clock, but you can wish

Give me one more day to spend with my dad, who never met my wife and my kids or knew that I had moved up here to his old stomping grounds. Life is fleeting. Time never stops. Give me a whole day with... Full story

 

Bad Medicine Resort Continued

And the story continues... We spent most of our time out in the boat, on the amazing lake, fishing. (And maybe having a few adult beverages.) It was safe and relaxing! We did take a little break and...

 

"Never Trumpers"

It is totally obvious that the “Never Trumpers” will always be “Never Trumpers”. So far we live in a free country and everyone is still able to practice the first amendment. Unless you are on Facebook or Twitter that is. It is being kept... Full story

 

Why is Medical Freedom Important Even If You Took the COVID Shot?

My daughter survived the genocide in China that entailed the slaughtering of millions of babies, both unborn and born. More than 200 million girls were killed in the mass gendercide that took place during China's brutal One-Child Policy....

 

Joan Morey, 77

Wannaska- Joan was born September 14, 1943 at the homestead in Badger, to Daryl (Cole) and Aaron Davidson. She grew up and attended Badger High School. She married Floyd Morey on November 26, 1960....

 

Karl "Skip" Edward Holter, 75

Roseau- Karl "Skip" Edward Holter passed away August 24, 2021 at his home in rural Roseau, surrounded by his loving family. Karl was born on November 14, 1945 in Scobey, Mont. to Otto and Irene...

 

North Norris Fire and Square Fire Update (as of 8-25)

North Norris Fire Date Detected: 8/14/2021 Current Size: 79 acres Containment: 100% Square Fire Date Detected: 8/15/2021 Current Size: 87 acres Containment: 100% Current Status: Significant mop up...

 
 By Carrie Johnson    News    August 28, 2021

25 years ago… Ernie the Angler wowed spectators at the Roseau Park

5 years ago – Aug. 27, 2016 Angie Carlon was the new Community Education/Athletic Director’s Secretary at Roseau High School. Jacob Hasson of Roseau was a summer graduate of North Dakota State...

 
 By Jeff Swanson    Sports    August 28, 2021

Roseau Tennis Kicks Off the Varsity Season

Submitted by Jeff Swanson The Roseau Girls' Varsity Tennis team opened the season with a new-look lineup. After graduating 12 seniors last year, the Rams put a lot of new faces on the court in the...

 

Roseau Landowner Coalition Condemns Denial of Environmental Impact Statement

Submitted by Conor Beck Minnesota’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) dealt a sharp blow to property rights in Roseau by announcing it would not require an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for its Roseau Lake Rehabilitation project. The...

 

Kraus-Anderson completes expansion and renovation of Roseau Community Schools

Kraus-Anderson has completed Phase-1 of  an extensive $43 million multi-phase project, which commenced construction in July of 2020.  This initial phase includes two-story classroom spaces for...

 

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