Articles from the November 19, 2022 edition

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Ojibwe Moccasin making workshop

by Laurel Latham On Saturday November 19, Warroad Folk School will hold a traditional Ojibwe moccasin making workshop from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Instructor Desire Shaugabay Freude will lead the class in... Full story

 By Jeff Olsen    News    November 19, 2022

Mr. Hockey Max Strand Is Smiling these days

by Jeff Olsen On Monday, Marty Mjelleli, the chairman of the Mr. Hockey Award, remarked on the young man from Roseau who was the 2022 recipient of the Mr. Hockey '22 Award. "It would be great if the...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    November 19, 2022

Veterans Day Monday Was A Patriotic Event

by Jeff Olsen Inside the new Roseau High School gymnasium on Monday afternoon, Jerry Stainbrook, 84, was spotted in his wheelchair. The place was rocking as the elementary school kids in the nearby bl...


Write On: Early Memories of Bread Dough by Paige Boyer

Essay by: Paige Boyer Roseau Community School Mrs. Didrikson, Advanced English 11 I HAVE BEEN around food for as long as I can remember. From the day I was born, I had the privilege of witnessing my...


Boots and Shoes

At noon it began...just a dusting. At one, just an hour later, I couldn't see the arena across the street (it happened that fast!) The blizzard just kept blizzarding and blizzarding. My good friend... Full story


Keith Severson had a nice day as a write-in candidate

by Jeff Olsen A week ago Friday, Keith Severson, who possibly ran the shortest write-in campaign in Roseau County electoral history, wasn't holding any rancor over a front-page piece in the Roseau...


What Happened To The Good Ol' Drive?

Our nine days of the year when some of us find out who our friends and neighbors really are is history one more time. Nothing seems to bring out the territorial instincts in a human quite like hunting season. Little houses on stilts all over the...


One Special Man

About 8 a.m. on one below-freezing morning, I saw our apartment maintenance man, Toby Larson, scraping thick ice off the car windows in our parking lot. He is in his eighties and walks with a limp. That action surely is beyond his required duties.... Full story


Here's looking at two sides of a wooden nickel

Life is wonderful, I guess, if you're a happy Republican. I'd like a generous one, too. Like, "Bro, here's a quarter. Go call your only friend!" That was many years ago before the invention of...


Congratulations Cecile and Shane

Once home from vacation it was full speed ahead on helping my sister-in-law Cecile finish wedding preparations! October 8th was the big day for Cecile and Shane to become Mr. and Mrs. Monkman. Friday...

 By Pat Garry    Sports    November 19, 2022

Rams Hockey Girls Calm The Green Wave

Submitted by Pat Garry, Sports Writer The Roseau attackers were relentless on the ice, Tuesday, November 15, as they tickled the twine a half-dozen times, and skated away with a 6-0 victory over the EGF Green Wave. Roseau: 2, 0, 2; Lakeville North:...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    November 19, 2022

Beauty is in the eye of this cameraman

by Jeff Olsen Don't suggest to this talented photographer that some day he could be selected to cover the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. That would be a fantastic gig. Zach Johnson, a 2011 Rosea...


Bernice A. Wilebski, 93

Badger- Bernice A. Wilebski passed away November 9, 2022, at LifeCare Greenbush Manor in Greenbush. She was 93. Bernice was born on March 12, 1929, in Lake Bronson, to Bernard and Anna Anderson. She...


50 years ago… Roseauites had 3 "first's" in the new UND Winter Sports Arena

5 years ago – Nov. 18, 2017 The Pioneer Farm and Village was hosting an Old Fashioned Christmas Open House on December 3. The North Swim Team competed in the Girls Section 8A Swimming and Diving...



The template of our traditions: Last Sunday night I felt strangely stirred toward a particular expression of worship, but as I looked around me I decided against it. At that moment of decision I reali... Full story

 By Tom Palen    Opinion    November 19, 2022

Too Goods

I gathered an armload of firewood on the front porch to carry inside. I paused to admire two neatly stacked wood piles across the front yard. Each stack is ten feet long and two rows deep. Then I...


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