Articles from the November 12, 2016 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    November 12, 2016

President-Elect Trump Leads the Republican Ascendancy

Donald J. Trump, who ran a shock and awe presidential campaign that stressed making America great again, building a wall along the Mexican border, renegotiating trade agreements, passing tougher immig...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    November 12, 2016

Students Shine at Veterans Day Program

Veterans Day 2016 at Roseau High School began at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, November 9, as the veterans marched into the gymnasium heralded by a steady drum roll with everyone standing at attention....

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    November 12, 2016

The Roseau Library is on a roll

What's next on tap at the library? Brewing beer, launching a rocket, shearing sheep? Only Kate Hammer, the new librarian with a flair for making things interesting, knows that answer. But she knows a...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    November 12, 2016

Here's Looking at the City of Roseau

Short of hurricanes, earthquakes and typhoons, Mayor Jeff Pelowski doesn't get too excited. It's business as usual. On Monday, prior to the Roseau City Council meeting, he was asked about Resolution... Full story

 

You call 'em the way you see 'em

It's Saturday evening, we have an early deadline this week, so I can't wait until Wednesday morning to see who wins this bloody election and then add my two cents' worth. It would be the first two...

 

Driver's License Renewal

Question 1: How long do I have before I need to update my address on my driver’s license after moving? Answer 1: Anytime a person moves in Minnesota to a new address within this state, they need to update their driver’s license within 30...

 

Looking Back - Week 46

50 years ago… Bananas sold for 7¢ a pound at Town and Country in Roseau 5 years ago – November 12, 2011 A farewell party for Pastor Cal Willard and Lori was to be held on November 13 at the Free...

 

Central Boiler Distributes Bonus to Employees

A Bonus of more than $547,000 Distributed among Employees Marks Twenty-fourth Consecutive Year Central Boiler, a leading manufacturer of quality outdoor furnaces held its 24th annual meeting that...

 
 By Al Buffum    Opinion    November 12, 2016

What Laws?

Some people are saying… they believe our nation is quickly degrading into a lawless society. Most certainly… in light of the very recent upsurge in violent crime in our major cities… the...

 

Vandla Tangen, 93

Roseau - Vandla Mary Tangen passed away on November 7, 2016 at LifeCare Manor in Roseau. Vandla Bergstrom was born in Wannaska on January 16, 1923 to Ida (Carlson) and John Bergstrom. As a child, Vandla and her siblings Vivian and Charles spent the w...

 

Salol News

Correction from last week’s news - Brandi not Mandi Jensen. Janelle McFarlane has been busy preparing for November family birthdays. November 2nd was her son Dane Shaugabay’s day. November 8th (Mom) Claudia McFarlane’s 70th birthday, November...

 

Roseau County FSA Updates

Notes From the CED and Important FSA Dates to Remember 2017 Forage, Pasture, & Fall-Seeded Acreage Reports: If you had to pay a late-filing fee when you filed your 2016 acreage report this past summer, this is a friendly reminder that the deadline...

 

2016 Roseau Girls' Tennis Awards Banquet

The Rams Tennis team wrapped up a very successful 2016 season with an awards banquet on Sunday, October 30th. Each of the three teams and many individuals were recognized for their accomplishments...

 

Roseau Cross Country team has two runners compete at State!

The final race of the 2016 cross country season was held this past Saturday in Northfield, Minnesota at St. Olaf College. Two Roseau runners qualified and competed at this top state level. The...

 

Court Report - Week 46

Roseau County Sheriff’s Dept. Hunter Christian Jacobson, Greenbush, pled guilty to minor consumption while driving and was fined $660, 90 days local confinement stayed for one year and one year unsupervised probation. He pled not guilty to minor...

 

What Minnesotans Need to Know About MNsure Open Enrollment

To ensure Minnesotans have accurate information moving into the 2017 open enrollment period, MNsure has compiled a few key points: 1. MNsure Can Save You Money Financial help is available only through MNsure. More than 100,000 Minnesotans could...

 

The Right Way to Care for a Joint Injury at Home

It’s a tell-tale sign of age or rather a tell-tale sound of age – that cracking noise your knees make when you’re crouching down to pick up something or even when you’re just trying to sit in a chair. Most of the time, that sound is simply...

 

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