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 By Jeff Olsen    News    September 25, 2021

Greg Lund is Roseau's New Varsity Boys Hockey Coach

by Jeff Olsen On Monday evening, the Roseau Board of Education approved Greg Lund, a 1988 Roseau High School graduate, as the 14th head hockey coach in the program's illustrious history. Mr. Lund,...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    September 25, 2021

The Firemen's Banquet Was A Smashng Success

by Jeff Olsen It was impossible to overlook dainty Joy Ullman with her terrific smile as the youngest carhop at the 2021 Firemen's Banquet in the parking lot north of the fire hall last Saturday...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    September 25, 2021

Roseau Athletic Hall Of Fame Induction Is Next Sunday

by Jeff Olsen On Sunday, October 3, six individuals and one team will be inducted into the Roseau Athletic Hall of Fame. The induction will be at 2 p.m. in the Roseau School Theater. Following the... Full story

 

3 poems by: Seth Dahl

by Seth Dahl, 7th grade English Teacher: Mrs. Didrikson       Bow Hunting Adventure As I had been in that stand many times before. I knew that the deer was going to walk perfectly down the trail....

 

The Still Small Voice:

So, this is the rest of the story..short form. Sunday morning I was really stressed because Joe wanted to get to church at 10:45, they were starting the service at 10:15. The service was centered...

 

Homecoming Top 10

Homecoming Top Ten Front Row: Anna Krahn, Ginevra Johnson, Mykayla Johnson, Memphis Mertens, Hanna Mooney Back Row: Shavonda Bender, Kayla Jacobson, Molly Jensen, Autumn Gross, Hope Grafstrom Front... Full story

 

What is God going to do after I die?

Unless I get shot by some local lunatic, I'm not quite ready to buy the farm just yet. But death is inevitable. It will be very inconvenient if all my socks don't have holes in them yet. Or, if...

 

Split Rock Lighthouse

Split Rock Lighthouse was built because of the great loss of ships during the Mataafa Storm of 1905, during which 29 ships were lost or damaged on Lake Superior. One of these ships, the Madeira, is lo...

 

The Hypocrisy In This Country Knows No Bounds

Anyone that would doubt or deny the world we are living in has went a step beyond crazy is NOT paying attention, the Dems on the news complaining that the illegal aliens are being whipped by our border agents on horseback is just one example. The...

 

Diane Kastner, 79

Roseau- Diane Kastner passed away peacefully at home on September 21,2021 at the age of 79 with her family by her side Diane Rochelle (Dahlen) Kastner was born on August 28, 1942 to Laurence and Esthe...

 

Judy Ann Rossi, 66

Blackduck- Judy Ann Rossi, age 66 of Blackduck, died April 1, 2020 following a long and courageous battle with Myelodysplastic Syndrome. Judy was born to Clinton and Wanda Torfin on April 22, 1953....

 

Darlene Mae Zimmerman, 79

Red Wing- Darlene Mae Zimmerman, 79, of Red Wing, died Sunday, September 19, 2021, surrounded by her family at Valentines Assisted Living. She was born October 26, 1941 in Roseau to Wayne and Ruth...

 

50 years ago… Patrick Novacek won top honors in the national "Soar" photo contest

5 years ago – Sept. 24, 2016 Kate Hammer, a graduate of Roseau High School and Moorhead State University, was the new Roseau Librarian. Gabbie Johnson, 14-year-old Roseau High School freshman, was...

 

Salol News

Condolences to Beverly (Mellstrom) Brandt’s family on her passing September 16th. Beverly lived with her parents Herbert and Julia Mellstrom in Salol while growing up and attending school. Herbert owned the Mellstrom grocery store. Myron and... Full story

 

The Christian Church Has Had "Benefits" Since Its Beginning

Julie and I are both grateful and humbled by the kindness of our church (Roseau Covenant Church) to sponsor a benefit for us plus the response of the broader community in helping us through my...

 

Varsity Tennis Marches On Despite Rainy Weather

Submitted by Jeff Swanson The Rams Girls' Tennis team had a long road trip to the Twin Cities' western suburbs on Friday, Sep. 17th and Saturday, Sep. 18th. The girls enjoyed a second straight...

 

Rams Junior High Tennis Players Enjoying the Season

Submitted by Jeff Swanson Through the first half of the tennis season, the junior high tennis team has played very well. The 7th – 9th graders are a good mix of new and experienced players and the early portion of the season has been a good...

 

Roseau's JV Tennis Starts the Season Off Right

Submitted by Jeff Swanson Roseau’s JV tennis team has been working hard and playing well over the first half of the season. The girls have played a number of dual matches against a number of quality teams in both Section 8A and 8AA. The JV Rams...

 

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