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 By Jeff Olsen    News    September 26, 2020

Roseau County Veterans: You better read this!

by Jeff Olsen Martin "Marty" Howes, the Roseau County Veterans Service Officer, hasn't lost a step in his advancing years. He's pepped up about getting Roseau County veterans together for the annual...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    September 26, 2020

MSHSL gives thumbs up for the rest of the fall athletes

by Jeff Olsen Roseau High School Principal and Athletic Director Ivan Hirst was very pleased after learning on Monday that the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) had given permission for volle...

 

This young hockey lass always plays to win

by Jeff Olsen At the Peewee Challenge Championships at the Bloomington Ice Gardens last weekend, Jasmine Hovda, a Roseau seventh grader who is blonde, cute and tenacious, was one of the stars for the...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    September 26, 2020

Firemen Declare It the best Turnout Ever

by Jeff Olsen They never saw it coming, not by a long shot. Suddenly, with more than a hour remaining on Saturday evening, the Roseau Volunteer Firemen ran out of grub at the their annual fundraising... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    September 26, 2020

There will be no horse opera up at Bemis Hill

by Jeff Olsen Go ahead and sit on your saddle and sing a sad song. The social event of the season - the annual trail and wagon ride for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, which treats children...

 

Sweat and Swears

by Kyle Buley, College English 12, Mrs. Didrikson As I walk through the doors, I can only think one thing: this is where I belong. The gym is always full of people, memories, and good times. I take a... Full story

 

When God Interrupts Your Thinking, Pay Attention!

Chapter 5 There’s always a story behind how we get from point A to point B on life’s journey. And there’s always a price to pay (and not just money). Have you discovered this? Here is our...

 

"Christianity can be a real stinker sometimes!"

Sometimes, maybe many times, life interrupts our anticipated hopes for it. There develops a flaw in the flow, a glitch in our God thoughts, and we're left, at least temporarily, with a wall and a...

 

It's another wacky week in America the Troubled

How did we get to this deplorable situation where our politicians can't sit down together, have a few stiff drinks, work out some deals for the good of all of us, and laugh about the stupidity in...

 

Thank You So Much Annonymous Lady!!

Friday during mailing Julie and I answer the phone calls while the others are labeling and bagging the newspapers. Julie and I were having a discussion about her being gone to Rochester with Joe in...

 

Stoopid is still Stupid!!!

Anytime the news is on that old saying most, but obviously not all of us were taught when young, comes to mind. “If you can’t say something nice about someone, say nothing at all.” All the way from the biggest snakes on the national news to the...

 

Pastor Joe: her "heart broke a little bit". Please, not four more years.

I love and respect you, Joe, but I couldn't disagree with you more concerning this President.  I am praying passionately that there will not be four more years of this chaos, and that we can elect a President who will be decent and work for all the...

 

Re: Sheldon Larson, Pastor Joe and Jim Jenson

We have gotten the Roseau paper for over 40 years as I married a gal from the Roseau area. I must answer a Letter to the Editor from September 12 weekend. I am referring to the letter from Sheldon Larson. How come 200,000 people died from the...

 

Laurine Annette Vacura, 83

Badger- Laurine Annette Vacura passed away on Saturday, September 19, 2020 at Oakcrest Senior Housing in Roseau, at the age of 83. Laurine was born in Crookston on March 31, 1937 to George and Pearl...

 

Wendy E. Olson, 60

Badger- Wendy E. Olson died suddenly September 19, 2020 in her home in Badger. Wendy was born to Vernon and Sharon Olson on November 7, 1959 in Crookston. She is survived by her siblings Kevin and...

 

George "Keith" Mork, 93

Skime- George "Keith" Mork passed away at LifeCare Roseau Manor on September 23, 2020, at the age of 93. Keith was born in Crookston on August 1, 1927 to George and Mary (Kiltie) Mork and brought home...

 

25 years ago… Stan Soltau retires after 52 years as a mail carrier

5 years ago – Sept. 26, 2015 Louise Hendershot, who resided at Warroad Senior Living Center, celebrated her 100th birthday on September 15. Kelly Christianson Falk was celebrating her 100th...

 

Rams Tennis Gets on the Right Track

Roseau's Girls' Tennis team started school in early September and continued their tour through Section 8A with matches against Thief River Falls and East Grand Forks. The Rams focused their energy on...

 

"The North" Swim Team

The north swimming and diving team had its first meet against Park Rapids on September 3rd. The varsity scored 58 points and the junior varsity scored 48 points. Park Rapids took the lead in both varsity and junior varsity. Highlights from this meet...

 
 By Julie Elick    News    September 26, 2020

The Flies Came Back The Very Next Day

by Julie Elick This fall it seems like we have either more flie’s or the same as usual which means mega flies. We are watching a friend’s home, and noticed just under the kitchen window on the floor, there were approximately 150 flies. Also on... Full story

 

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