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 By Jeff Olsen    News    January 22, 2022 

RHS Forestry Class Learns Best Outdoors

by Jeff Olsen Leif Eidsmoe took his senior high forestry class out to Hayes Lake State Park a week ago Wednesday "We cruised some timber. For the most part, everyone was ready to go today," he said... Full story

 

Nelson's Cafe is Now Open 7 Days a Week

by Jodi Wojciechowski Although the ownership has changed, Nelson's Cafe, located in downtown Roseau, will continue to cater to locals by serving familiar customer favorites. The restaurant, is now...

 
 By Laurel Latham    News    January 22, 2022 

Jenny Wolfe Rescues Animals In Roseau County

by Laurel Latham Jenny Wolfe has been a volunteer companion animal advocate and rescuer for 16 years, helping Roseau County citizens rehome pets, rescue strays and provide access to low cost...

 
 By Laurel Latham    News    January 22, 2022 

Jeff Bennett's Benefit is a very worthy cause

by Jeff Olsen On Monday morning, Patty Bennett bubbled over talking about her husband, Jeff Bennett. Love is timeless. Unfortunately, time is not on their side. Jeff is dying. Her husband originally... Full story

 

Altru Welcomes New Primary Care Provider

Altru welcomed Aunica Isane, PA-C, MPAS, to the Family Medicine and Primary Care team at the Altru Clinics in Roseau, Warroad and Greenbush. Isane has always had a passion for healthcare. Even from an early age when she wasn’t certain what she...

 
 By Carrie Johnson    News    January 22, 2022 

50 years ago… Roseau Rams bowed to the Badger Rockets 39-56

5 years ago – Jan. 21, 2017 Winner of the 2017 Roseau National Geographic School Bee was Max Wilson. Mason LePard earned 3rd place in this prestigious event and Josie Johnson was runner-up. Winners...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    January 15, 2022

An opportunity of a lifetime for Aaron Ness

by Jeff Olsen Earlier this winter when the NHL ruled that none of its players would compete in the Winter Olympics in Beijing, China, it was possibly assumed that, because of Covid, the Yanks...

 
 By Laurel Latham    News    January 15, 2022

Dryden Thompson Begins Rehabilitation At Craig Hospital

by Laurel Latham When Dryden Thompson was given the opportunity to take a lineman position with Xcel Energy in Grand Forks, he jumped at the chance. Dryden's girlfriend of eight years, Grace...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    January 15, 2022

Two to face off for interim Roseau City Council position

by Jeff Olsen It won't be like a spelling bee, but Scott Jacobson and Mary Hayes will face questioning as each tries to sell one's qualifications to the Roseau City Council to fill the seat recently... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    January 15, 2022

1st Annual Ricky Brunell Bantam A Tournament was superb

by Jeff Olsen You can have all the Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe youth tournaments, but it's seldom there has been an ordinary bloke who gets his own tournament. Credit Billy Lund, who runs numerous... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    January 8, 2022

Roseau Times-Region is the Official Roseau County Newspaper

by Jeff Olsen There was a changing of the guard during Tuesday's Roseau County Board meeting as District 1 Commissioner John Horner is the chair of the Roseau County Board for the year 2022. "John is... Full story

 

Warroad DQ Grill and Chill is under new ownership

by Jodi Wojciechowski Garrett Berg and his wife Bethany Sandwick, of Badger, recently purchased the Warroad DQ Grill and Chill. They opened the doors to their new business on January 2. Their passion...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    January 8, 2022

Bridger is Roseau County's first baby born in 2022

by Jeff Olsen Molly Janicke, 24, a resident of Hallock, gave birth to a baby boy, Bridger Ray Spindler, at LifeCare Medical Center on Monday, January 3. Her boyfriend, Jeremy Spindler, a Roseau High... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    January 8, 2022

RHS Student is truly an amazing import

by Jeff Olsen Imagine being a high school senior and being uprooted to a new community of strangers. That's a challenge for any 17-year-old. However, Laura Holmstrom didn't arrive here kicking and...

 
 By Carrie Johnson    News    January 8, 2022

75 years ago… Warroad Raiders defeated the Roseau Cloverleafs in hockey action

5 years ago – Jan. 7 and 14, 2017 Mark Foldesi was the new Roseau County Board Chairman. Glenda Phillipe was elected Vice Chair. The Roseau Ram boys hockey team won their Holiday Hockey Tournament....

 
 By Laurel Latham    News    January 8, 2022

Heroes & Heels

by Laurel Latham Behind every Super Hero is a super mom, aunt, grandma or friend. "Roseau Women of Today are celebrating Super Heroes and the Super Gals in their life with a Mother-Son dance on...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    January 8, 2022

Get outside and enjoy the many ski trails

by Jeff Olsen During the summer, Roseau's Oakcrest Golf Course is ruled by electric golf carts whereby golfers ride along, step out, take a few practice swings, smack the ball, and then climb back in... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    January 1, 2022

They are touched by neighbors and strangers

by Jeff Olsen Rick VonEnde of rural Badger is built like an old linebacker - solid, determined, and hard-nosed. He doesn't fold or cash in his chips when the going gets tough. He just digs in for the...

 
 By Laurel Latham    News    January 1, 2022

Riverbend Skate Path Now Longest in U.S.

by Laurel Latham What began as a 3/4 mile skate path connecting the rinks of two neighbors on Warroad River in December 2020, has become the longest skate path in the U.S. Known as the Riverbender Cre... Full story

 
 By Carrie Johnson    News    January 1, 2022

25 years ago… Mark Peterson earned his Second Degree Black Belt

5 years ago – Dec. 31, 2016 Police officer Nick Anderson, the son of Roseau Police Chief Ward Anderson, was honored on November 30 in East Grand Forks for his heroism and professionalism. He joined...

 

Salol News by Genevieve Michal

Bob Geringer, Rachel & Greg Welin & Rebecca & Cory Lundgren had a nice trip out to Wisconsin. They visited Bob’s sister Jan & Felix Turcott and their children Todd and Tammy & families. They also toured the historic Glensheen Mansion in Duluth -...

 

10 years ago… Dr. Brummer delivered his 1,000th baby

5 years ago – Dec. 24, 2016 Roseau Ram wrestler Blake Skogstad was the champion at 170 pounds at the Big Bear Tournament in Cass Lake. The fired up Ram boys hockey team beat the Spuds 3-2. Scoring...

 

Local Students Excel in Patriotic Expression

Each year the VFW Post 8663 invites students in Roseau School and Badger School to compete in a nationally sponsored patriotic essay contest. Post 8663 and its Auxiliary are excited and honored to have two local students from Badger School...

 
 By Bob Garver    News    December 25, 2021

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" Movie Review

Submitted by Bob Garver “Spider-Man: No Way Home” was the #1 movie this past weekend. Let me rephrase that – “Spider-Man: No Way Home” became the #1 movie of 2021 this past weekend, its opening weekend, when it made an estimated $253... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    December 18, 2021

Evans Resigns from Roseau City Council

by Jeff Olsen Jane Evans, who has served on the Roseau City Council since 2015 when she was appointed to fill the vacancy of Curt Ireland, has tendered her resignation, effective December 31, 2021. "I...

 

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