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Ryan Richard Ratkovec, 54

Greenbush- Ryan passed away on Wednesday, October 13, 2021, at LifeCare Medical Center in Roseau at the age of 54. Ryan Richard Ratkovec was born on October 16, 1966 in Austin.  He lived at the...

 By Julie Elick    Opinion    August 14, 2021

Bailey the monster kitty

It is all Pastor Joe's fault. Yes, it is. Bailey has turned into a monster beggar kitty. She is relentless. I get up very early in the morning around 5 a.m. I make my chocolate coffee in my transparen... Full story


James Palmer Miller, 86

Roseau- James Palmer Miller, 86, passed away on November 23, 2020, at his home in Falun Township. He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Gladys (Medhus) Miller; in-laws, Arthur and Ellen...


Helaine Annette Hanson, 82

Roseau- Helaine Annette Hanson, 82, of Roseau passed away peacefully on August 9, 2021 at Warroad Senior Living Center in Warroad surrounded by her loving family. Helaine was born in Newfolden on...

 By Julie Elick    Opinion    August 7, 2021

Down to earth and my head in the clouds

A positive attitude is very important to succeed in life. I am not a Pollyanna who always only thinks positive, although some may think that I am. A critical, cynical attitude can make you sour...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    July 31, 2021

Local Artist Has A Knack for the Unique Perspective

by Jeff Olsen Tyler Hovda comes at life like there are no timeouts and not a moment to waste. He's got energy to burn. The 1994 Roseau High School graduate was spotted early on Monday morning outside...

 By Julie Elick    Opinion    July 17, 2021

Excited for Fair Week

It seems like years have come and gone, but it was only one. Covid closed the fair last year and we really missed it. The fair has been a wonderful place to go with family and friends. I really look f...


So They Said, "I've Never Heard Anyone Come Back From Either Place, Complaining!"

Hmmm. Interesting statement. It's been stuck in my mind for a long time. Let's see where I can go with it. Are you with me? Someone was sharing their Christian Faith with someone who had no intention... Full story

 By Julie Elick    Opinion    June 19, 2021

There is a story behind Lance Corporal (LCPL) Teddy USMC

One day a couple of years ago, I decided that I needed to lose a few pounds. I also realized if this was going to happen, that I would need accountability. Ann Hambrook was both a wonderful... Full story


Do You Ever Talk To Yourself? If So, What Do You Say?

Language is a wonderful gift; a gift we want to offer our children early in life. There may be times, particularly when our children are young, that we may wish we hadn't been so generous with the...


If God Were A Dentist, Would He Say To You, "Open Wide"?

The, "If God were a dentist," thought came to me a few days ago and caught my attention. I wondered: "Is God speaking to me about my next article, or is my imagination just out for a stroll?" I don't... Full story

 By Julie Elick    Opinion    May 1, 2021

How much power are you going to let A situation have?

It is interesting how much one statement, or situation between friends can affect days, months, even years of your lives. It doesn't matter if it is true or false, it can become a conflict. I am... Full story


"The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse" A Read aloud Story for Children

by Beatrix Potter The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse is a delightful story about a country mouse's accidental visit to town that turns into a friendship (1918). Would you rather live like Johnny... Full story


If Getting To Heaven Is Based Upon, Being Good Enough, "How Ya' Doin'?"

"How ya' doin'?" Has this question ever crossed your mind? Now if you hold to the position of the teen I mentioned in another article that, "When you die, they put you six feet under the ground and... Full story

 By Jeff Olsen    News    March 6, 2021

Catching Up With John Leo 'Booker' Delmore III

by Jeff Olsen Booker Delmore, a happy octogenarian who was a gifted athlete, occasional brawler, and maybe even a model altar boy, was holding court this past Saturday from his home in Coon Rapids. He...


Mind Wars: The Battle Rages On!

As I was contemplating the possibility of this article in light of our current national situation, the thought came to me that one word defines the coming of Christ into the world: LIE! "What?" you...

 By Jeff Olson    Opinion    January 9, 2021

I might get good and drunk when this is all over

It was a perfect phone call last Saturday when President Donald Trump made the call from the White House to put the squeeze on Georgia's Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. He wanted Raffensperger...


When times are intense

I have found over the years that our times, which change in their intensity, have the ability to either flatten me or sail me into the heights. Just when I think I have attached myself to a good...


Be Careful Whom You Allow To Interpret God (Or Yourself)

A good friend of mine has a heart burden for someone special within the circle of their life. Their person of concern has had some major life difficulties, but they have chosen not to bring God into...


A Bumper Sticker You Should Never Believe

I want to pick up on something I stated in my column, "Who's going on behind the scenes?" I raised up the fact that Christians aren't "immune to what the Devil delights to do." The Devil's first...


What Do Turkeys And People Have In Common At Thanksgiving?

What do turkeys and people have in common at Thanksgiving? Gobbling! The turkey before Thanksgiving (little does he know) and people during the Thanksgiving dinner. Burp! Would you believe that I...


Cody Jeffrey Son Heppner, 25

Warroad- Cody Jeffrey Son Heppner of Warroad, passed away November 11th, 2020, at the age of 25. Cody was born January 1, 1995 in Rach Gia Chieftown, Vietnam. He was the son of Jeffrey and Constance...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    October 10, 2020

The Sawing Sandland Brothers Have A Way With Wood

Take a walk with the Sandland brothers, Keith and Tim, a couple of sawyers, and you might hear the birds chirping. They see the trees and visualize the boards they can saw on their sawmill out in...


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


"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...


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