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Articles from the December 4, 2021 edition

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 By Jeff Olsen    News    December 4, 2021

Shoplifting while shopping for Xmas is Naughty

by Jeff Olsen On Monday morning, Roseau Police Chief Ward Anderson remarked that this is a pretty honest town. Not much shoplifting? "Well, yeah, people have been caught shoplifting. We had 22 Milwauk... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    December 4, 2021

On a wing and a prayer with Mr. Stromstad

 by Jeff Olsen At 58, Jason Stromstad, a hefty chap and 1981 Roseau High School graduate, has been a dental hygienist, a radio broadcaster, a full-time pastor, and presently the interim pastor on...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    December 4, 2021

Nurse Beth Ulvin is Roseau's Teacher of the Year

by Jeff Olsen Go on, step into her office down in the elementary wing. It's not like going on sick call in the Army in basic training where they'd chew you out even if you were sick. Nurse Beth Ulvin...

 

Write On: Shelley's Skylark .. Artwork by Jada Pelowski

Artwork by: Jada Pelowski Roseau Community School Art Teacher and Supervisor: Mary Vatnsdal SOMEWHERE afield here something lies In Earth's oblivious eyeless trust That moved a poet to prophecies A... Full story

 

Hope: Week 1 of 4

A friend gave me a wonderful gift with which to ponder with this Christmas season. It was a book written by Asheritah Ciuciu, who grew up in Romania. The name of the book is “Unwrapping The Names Of...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    Opinion    December 4, 2021

Here's looking at life with a jaundiced eye

In my drinking days, whenever they raised the price of a case of quality beer, I went right over to the stack of Milwaukee Best - which my friends complained tasted like swamp water. Okay, they said...

 

Meet my grandpuppy, Cynder!

I hope all of you had a great Thanksgiving with your family and friends. My family got together at my house, and Sarah and I prepared a feast for everyone to enjoy. My little niece Soraya was there...

 

The Boy That Cried "Covid"

Covid Covid Covid. The story of the boy that cried wolf so many times that when the wolves showed up no one listened. We as in the rest of the world are now in our fifth variant. The Sky is falling! The sky is falling! If the sheeple that believe...

 

25 years ago… Warroad defeats Crookston 7-0 and then TRF with a score of 10-3

5 years ago – December 3, 2016 Presented awards at the Rams football banquet were, Trevor McMillin – Ram Award, Alec Severson – All-District Team and Cade Bakke- All-District Honorable Mention....

 

Salol News by Genevieve Michal

The birds seem to be thankful that many of us are filling the bird feeders again. On Thanksgiving families in the community gathered to visit and enjoy good food. Bethany Van Ep, from Kansas City, was... Full story

 

Irene Taus, 92

Greenbush- Irene Taus was born February 3, 1929 and grew up on the family farm in Northland Township, rural Tabor in Polk County. She was the youngest of five children of James and Rose (Kopecky)...

 

Patricia "Patsy" Rita Hunter, 80

Warroad- Patsy passed away at the age of 80 at the Warroad Senior Living Center with family by her side. Patricia "Patsy" Rita (VonEnde) Hunter was born on March 17, 1941 in St. Michael to Albert and...

 

James "Jim" LeRoy Hedlund, 74

Roseau- Jim passed away at the Warroad Care Center at the age of 74 on November 3, 2021. James “Jim” LeRoy Hedlund was born on August 21, 1947 to Chester and Fern (Snow) Hedlund in Roseau. Jim...

 

Diane Marie Lovejoy, 74

Anoka- Diane Marie Lovejoy, age 74, of Anoka, passed away on Saturday, Nov 27. She was preceded in death by her Husband, Loren Lovejoy. She is survived by her Children, Keith Lovejoy, Lynelle (Fred)...

 

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