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Articles from the September 12, 2020 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    September 12, 2020

Roseau Elementary Principal feels rejuvenated

Just after 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Principal Amy McGuire, who was still in her office, had her take on the first day of school. "It went really well, and it was awesome to see all of the parents and...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    September 12, 2020

RHS 7th through 12th Graders to go hybrid on Monday

Roseau School Superintendent Tom Jerome announced on Thursday that beginning Monday, junior and senior high school students will begin hybrid classes. Mr. Jerome noted that these students will attend...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    September 12, 2020

With the unflappable editor of the Stars and Stripes

Terry Leonard, the editor of the Stars and Stripes, the American military newspaper, never saw combat in Vietnam. In fact, he never ended up over there during his three-year Army enlistment as a...

 

Roseau School District Students Eat Free!

by Tom A. Jerome, Superintendent The Roseau School District is excited to announce all Roseau School District students will eat free until further notice. The funding has been made available by the United States Department of Agriculture and as a...

 

WRITE ON! A Weekend at Terry's

by Tristan Anderson, College English 12, Mrs. Didrikson I have been on this route many times, but this time is different; although, I do not know it at the time.  On this particular weekend, my...

 

They Served, They Endured, They Sacrificed

All these years later, I am remembering Mr. Wendell Hamerl, my late boss for a brief stretch at Builders Supply in Roseau in the early 1970s. He was a character and a damn hard worker. And a hero. I n...

 

Friends on The Farm

Chapter 3 Pastor Joe grew up out in the country ten miles from Tacoma, Washington. There were five acres of “woods” (forest) and three acres of cleared land for their house, several out buildings, and a huge garden which was his dad’s hobby....

 

Enjoy Life...You Never Know when it's Your Time

I was very fortunate to interview Dr. Thomas Borum, one of the most unique individuals I've had a chance to briefly get to know. Our interview was an hour and a half long. This sets the record for...

 

Frank George Cwikla, 88

Wannaska- Frank George Cwikla passed away at the Thief River Care Center in Thief River Falls, on August 31, 2020 at the age of 88. Frank was born in Thief Lake Township of Marshall County, on...

 

Ardelle Rose Vacura, 81

Roseau- Ardelle Rose Vacura passed away under hospice care on Sunday, August 30, 2020 at the age of 81. Ardelle was born April 7, 1939 to Carl and Rose Olson. She attended school in Roseau,...

 

Echo Martin Re-Appointed to Board of Directors for National Agricultural Organization

Echo Martin, Development Operations Manager at University of Minnesota, was re-appointed to a one-year term on the Board of Directors for the National Agricultural Alumni and Development Association (NAADA). Martin will serve as the Communications...

 

Middle River Invites You to the 46th Annual Goose Festival September 25, 26 and 27, 2020

The community of Middle River, MN announces its’ 46th Annual Goose Festival, to be held September 25, 26 and 27. This year’s theme is “Can’t Mask Our Pride”. IMPORTANT NOTICE: CDC Guidelines: Please don’t attend this event if you are...

 

Not only am I voting for Trump, But....

This old chicken farmer just got done cleaning the chicken house. As usual when finished there were more questions than answer. Why do hogs, cows, horses and sheep have to be in a barn and chickens get to be in a house? This country has gotten to be...

 

Thank You All Who Attended

I would like to thank all who attended the Roseau Watershed meeting about the Land Grab. With people on phones, zoom calls, and in person, we had approximately 40 people in attendance. We also had several letters that were written and read at the...

 

google; Roseau River Watershed Monitoring and Assessment Report

Page 35; “The Hay Creek Subwatershed, drains 116 square miles to the south and east of the city of Roseau. Agricultural land uses make up slightly more than 50% of the subwatershed, mostly row crop with a smaller proportion of pastureland....

 

Humility Before Honor

This letter is in regards to the editorial and column from two local spiritual leaders in the August 1st issue of the Times-Region. I have a problem with a spiritual leader who doesn’t understand that inherent in leadership comes the...

 

Trooper Ted Foss

Question: I saw a bunch of stuff on the Minnesota State Patrol’s Facebook and twitter pages about the “Move Over” law and how it came to be after a Trooper was killed. Are motorists getting better at giving you room out there? Answer: You are c...

 

Roseau Area Community Fund Provides Grants

The Roseau Area Community Fund provides grants to nonprofit or public entities within the Roseau School District Area. Grants are awarded for projects, programs or activities that improve the quality of life enjoyed by Roseau area residents and...

 

Here I Stand with Passion: "Four More Years"

Now I want to make clear as I write this article that I am not intending to be the "voice" of this newspaper or my church although they may, at least in part, affirm what I am about to say. I think Pr...

 

Salol News

Neighborhood children have been very active at the park by the Salol Church this summer. Sam Grafstrom, always concerned for the children’s safety, put some new boards on the round about. We had real cool weather for Labor Day weekend. Welcome to t...

 

Warroad Forestry News

Submitted by Shane Delaney Assistant Area Supervisor The Thompson Forest Road will have a construction project starting after Labor Day from the Bemis Hill Campground and extending westward to the Root Forest Road intersection. The project is...

 

Polaris Industries' Blood Drive Brings in 85 Volunteers

Polaris Industries hosted a blood drive with Vitalant, formerly United Blood Services, on September 8 at Polaris Industries which helped collect a total of 102 units of blood products for patients in need. A total of 85 individuals volunteered to...

 

Looking Back

5 years ago – Sept. 12, 2015 The Roseau Bakery recently closed for good. Lesa Schmechel had been in business since February 2005. Milo and Judy Espe were celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary o...

 

Greenbush Race Park Wraps Up 2020 Race Season

by Keith Cumming The Greenbush Race Park wrapped up it's 2020 race season with its annual Labor Day double header.  Over 100 cars were signed in for the two day event, that saw great racing in all classes.  A light Saturday night forced the...

 

GRP Results 9-5 and 9-6

 Modifieds A Feature 1. Mike Greseth, 2. Aaron Blacklance, 3. Dustin Wahl, 4. Jamie Trautner, 5. Jordan Duray, 6. Aaron Holtan, 7. Brent Pulskamp, 8. Shane Wahl, 9. Doyle Erickson, 10. Nathan Higgenbotham, 11. Ron Reed, 12. Mike Tiani Heat 1 - 1....

 

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