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 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 19, 2021 

City-Funded Building Boom begins in Roseau

by Jeff Olsen This isn't a game show like "The Price Is Right," where contestants can win expensive prizes. There is a price tag on everything the City of Roseau does. Councilmember Brady Johnson,...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 19, 2021 

Mayor Bob keeps rolling right along in style

by Jeff Olsen Bob Marvin, the long-serving Warroad mayor who loves cars but can no long drive them, was ready to talk shop last Saturday. While he likes to surround himself with cars, he gets around...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 19, 2021 

Westward Bound With Sable And A whole New World

by Jeff Olsen A week ago Wednesday, Sable Knochenmus, an industrious lass, stood in an aisle stocking shelves at Mattson Pharmacy in Roseau. She can still pass for a college sophomore doing a summer s...

 By Genevieve Michal    News    June 19, 2021 

Salol News

Chris and Elizabeth Poyzer and Ruby and Elle are here to visit at Dayton and Mary Grafstroms. Charles and Renee Hendrickson and boys are visiting at Verna Grafstroms over the weekend. Abigael and Bentley, children of John and Kayla Hulst of Viking...

 By Carrie Johnson    News    June 19, 2021 

Looking Back: 25 years ago… Mark Huglen was appointed Univ. of Minn-Crookston head hockey coach

5 years ago – June 18, 2016 Bob Brellenthin and Luke Erickson bought the old Coop Building just north of the Roseau Police Department from Dave Ingeman and Kim Messelt after originally purchasing it...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 12, 2021

Twins Forever and Best Pals, Too!

by Jeff Olsen In the final days before they walked out of Roseau High School as seniors, Bo and Brock Monsrud sat down at a round table in the RHS Guidance Counselor's Office. Mr. Dan Urness had...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 12, 2021

Richard Magnusson is just wild about the Fair

by Jeff Olsen It was only the first few days in June and Richard Magnusson, who once went on rides as a young kid, has a ringside seat to the upcoming Roseau County Fair, beginning on Sunday, July...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 12, 2021

It was the best one hour in the final week

by Jeff Olsen Consider it Ecology Fishing 101 for Mr. Leif Eidsmoe's Roseau High School Biology 1 students. These sophomores could have been stuck in a classroom a week ago Wednesday on the second to...


MN-based Polaris Offers Adventure Experiences For National Get Outdoors Day June 12

Just in time for National Get Outdoors Day on June 12, Polaris, a global leader in helping people find possibilities outside for more than 65 years, is giving consumers the opportunity to win their...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 12, 2021

Annie Oakley wouldn't miss this shootout next weekend

by Jeff Olsen They'll be riding horses and shooting accurately - but not at each other next Saturday and Sunday at the Roseau County Fairgrounds. It's the official "Gettin' Reckless in Roseau I &...

 By Carrie Johnson    News    June 12, 2021

40 years ago… Tom Roberts was a letter winner in hockey at Providence

5 years ago – June 11, 2016 Carlin Johnson, son of Dean and Jerolyn Johnson, was Roseau’s newest Eagle Scout, a rare distinction in scouting circles. Madeline Huglen of Roseau was included on the...


Vehicle crash at Hayes Lake ends in life flight

by Jeff Olsen On Thursday, June 3, at approximately 8:30 p.m., a 2015 Nissan lost control as it was approaching the Hayes Lake State Park Contact Station from the beach area. Speed was a factor. The... Full story

 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 5, 2021

Memorial Day in Roseau Was Way Too Nice

by Jeff Olsen Every Memorial Day, it should be raining, miserably cold, and midnight dark. But they died on bright sunny days, too - these 56 men, a few still in their teens. Their names are read off...

 By Carrie Johnson    News    June 5, 2021

50 years ago… Bruce Falk received the outstanding student-athlete award

5 years ago – June 4, 2016 The 2016 Roseau Athletic Hall of Fame inductees were Daniel Fabian, Bruce Olson, Norbert Pastir, Susan Roadfelt and Larry Stordahl. The 1999 Roseau Girls State...


Mattracks Partners With Kick'n Up Kountry For Biggest Year Yet

Mattracks has joined forces once again with Kick'n Up Kountry (KUK) in preparation for its largest anticipated music festival turnout to date. Kick'n Up Kountry, which takes place annually at its perm... Full story

 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 5, 2021

The County's 'Golden Oldies' Are Leading the Way

by Jeff Olsen Maybe it was growing up in the polio era before Jonas Salk developed the polio vaccine. The age group in their seventies and older remember the scourge of polio and gladly were vaccinate...

 By Laurel Latham    News    June 5, 2021

Northborn Days

by Laurel Latham Celebrating the spirit and the strength of those who live up north, Northborn Days will be held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 10-12 at Allison Park in Warroad. "Originally...


Court Report

Roseau County Sheriff’s Dept. Daniel Jacob Battles, Roosevelt, pled guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and was fined $135. Had a charge of possession of small amount of marijuana dismissed. (Badge #1925) Nicole Rae Cloud, pled guilty to...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 29, 2021

Chaplain Beale brings history alive on Memorial Day

by Jeff Olsen Let's cut to the chase. Quite possibly, this coming Monday's Memorial Day broadcast on WILD 102 FM radio at 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m of Pvt. Ryan: The Rest of the Story will be one of the...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 29, 2021

Float plane mishap at Sunset Lodge injures local man

by Jeff Olsen Glenn Holm, 74, a Jadis Township resident who lives just northeast of Roseau, suffered critical neck injuries last Saturday around 5 p.m. when the Beaver airplane he was a passenger in... Full story

 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 29, 2021

Citizen-Soldier Josh Jaenicke Is Standing Tall

by Jeff Olsen Where'd the time go? It seems like yesterday that Josh was a teenager. Now he's 40-years-old, six foot-three, and around 240 pounds. The 1999 Roseau High School graduate was hard to...


Statement from Senator Klobuchar on Easing of Northwest Angle Travel Restrictions

Today, the Canadian government announced that residents of the Northwest Angle traveling by car through Canada to the United States will be exempt from pre and post-arrival COVID testing. U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) has been working with U.S.... Full story

 By Carrie Johnson    News    May 29, 2021

Looking Back: 25 YEARS AGO, Randy Kostrzewski and Forrest Nelson created "Affordable Electric"

5 years ago – May 28, 2016 The Badger School Teacher of the Year for 2015-16 was Becky Ylitalo. During Honor Sunday at the Salol Church, high school graduates Kenzie Grafstrom, Zach Miller, Holly...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    May 22, 2021

Gone Fishing and still in the spotlight

by Jeff Olsen On Sunday, Roseau Police Chief Ward Anderson was doing what he likes best. He was catching his share of walleyes on Lake of the Woods. His exact location was not disclosed. They tell you...


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