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 By Laurel Latham    News    March 23, 2024

Yeti Fest 2024 Held In Warroad

by Laurel Latham The tradition of taking a cold water plunge was a common practice among the Scandinavians and Vikings for hundreds of years. For Scandinavians, the cold plunge was seen as a way to... Full story

 By Ryan Honl    News    March 16, 2024


by Ryan Honl A special thing is happening with the Roseau high school robotics team, known as the Polar Stars. These folks are jacks of all trades. You’ve got to be an engineer, a problem solver, a...

 By Laurel Latham    News    March 16, 2024

A Classroom of flags represent a rich culture

by Laurel Latham Jaimie Snowdon, Native American History and Arts instructor at Warroad School, has filled the walls of his classroom with flags from around the world. "This year I'm teaching two...

 By Carrie Johnson    News    March 16, 2024

10 years ago… Katie and Kacie dominating the Knight of Columbus Free Throw Contest

5 years ago – Mar. 16, 2019 The Roseau Rams girls basketball team was headed to State for the 5th year in a row. Emma Vatnsdal, daughter of Cory and Mary Vatnsdal of Roseau and Roseau High School C... Full story


Roseau County Sheriff Press Release

Submitted by Steve J. Gust, Roseau County Sheriff On 03-06-2024 at approximately 1:05 a.m., The Roseau County Sheriff's Office received a report of a house fire two miles east of the city of Roseau... Full story

 By Jeff Olsen    News    March 9, 2024

Classy Lady Pulls the Retirement Pin

by Jeff Olsen Diane Roseen, whose age is not important here, was usually the first person you met inside the Roseau County Attorney's Office entry. She always had a smile to greet you and that was...

 By Laurel Latham    News    March 9, 2024

HELPP, Inc. Receives A $10,000 Donation From Farmers Union Oil

by Laurel Latham HELPP (Help Ease Local People's Pain) was blessed with a badly needed donation from Farmers Union Oil of Warroad on Friday, February, 23. "We applied for a grant and were privileged...

 By Ryan Honl    News    March 9, 2024

Oak Manor Trailer Park Residents Are Fed Up With Living Conditions

by Ryan Honl Driving through Oak Manor Trailer Park two miles east of Roseau, what quickly becomes apparent are the abandoned mobile homes and bumpy muddy roads. Some residents have a lot to say...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    March 9, 2024

Donald Trump Trumps The Field In PNP Vote

by Jeff Olsen Late on Tuesday evening close to 11 p.m., the staff and others walked out of the Roseau County Auditor's Office having experienced a meager voter turnout. It was the November PNP and if...

 By Carrie Johnson    News    March 9, 2024

50 years ago… Speed limit raises

5 years ago – Mar. 9, 2019 Max Wilson, the son of Mark and Aimee Wilson and an eighth grader at Roseau High School, was notified that he was a semi finalist eligible to compete in the 2019 National G...

 By Laurel Latham    News    March 2, 2024

Bringing Spring To Seniors With Blooming Spring Flowers

by Laurel Latham O! My heart now feels so cheerful As I go with footsteps light, In the daily toil of my dear home; And I’ll tell you the secret That now makes my life so bright-- There’s a flo...

 By Ryan Honl    News    March 2, 2024

The Museum Fund Drive is Here!

by Ryan Honl It’s that time of year again for Roseau County citizens to support their museum and historical society located in the City Center. There’s a lot going on but Britt Dahl, the Roseau Cou... Full story

 By Carrie Johnson    News    March 2, 2024

40 years ago… Karla Rislov selected as "Teacher of the Year"

5 years ago – Mar. 2, 2019 Randy Erdmann, CEO/Senior V.P., retired from Citizens State Bank of February 28, exactly forty-two years to the day he was hired at the bank. Celebrating their February b...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    February 23, 2024

She was dressed perfectly for the job interview

by Jeff Olsen Robyn (née Boroos) Wiskow, a 1978 Roseau High School graduate, knows how to make an impression, then and now. In early February, Stuart McFarlane, the president of Citizens State Bank... Full story


Minnesota Author Visits Warroad Public Library

by Laurel Latham Award winning Minnesota Juvenile and Young Adult Author, William Durbin, will be visiting the Warroad Public Library on Tuesday, March 5 at 6 p.m. A winner of the Great Lakes Book...

 By Ryan Honl    News    February 23, 2024

An Inspirational and Entrepreneurial Roseau Family

by Ryan Honl If you need some inspiration on how to live your life to the fullest, the Erdmann family's got it down to a science. Adam and Beckie Erdmann own Horizon Properties which is headquartered...


Jack Swanson Joins Northwest Minnesota Foundation Board of Directors

The Northwest Minnesota Foundation is pleased to announce that Jack Swanson has joined the NMF Board of Directors. Swanson, of Roseau, has been a member of the Roseau County Board of Commissioners since 2006, a member of the Northwest Minnesota Housi...


75 years ago… First white man to settle in Roseau County dies

5 years ago – Feb. 23, 2019 Corey Lundberg recently purchased Goin’ Postal and changed the name to Ship Shop. Ship Shop is the Roseau area’s only authorized shipper for U.S. Postal services, FedEx,...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    February 17, 2024

Turkeys No Longer Come First With This State Representative

by Jeff Olsen A week ago Wednesday, Rep. John Burkel (R-1A) was just days away from the kickoff of the 2024 Minnesota State Legislative session. The Republican, in his fourth year, succeeded fellow... Full story


Kathy Searle is a Doughnut Making Wonder

by Laurel Latham Kathy Searle lives outside of Roosevelt in a home nestled among heavily wooded evergreens. Wildlife are known to roam around her property at all hours of the day and night. It's not...

 By Jeff Olsen    News    February 17, 2024

LifeCare Salutes an amazing Caregiver Award Winner

by Jeff Olsen LifeCare Roseau Manor's Robert Honstrom, a certified nursing assistant (CNA) who is a combination of "On the Road With Charles Kuralt", Mr. Rogers at his patients' beck and call and St....


40 years ago… Roseau School Board approves Malung school additions

5 years ago – Feb. 16, 2019 Larry Guggisberg, the long-serving school superintendent in Roseau, informed the school board members that he was retiring this summer. Christine Sibilleau was recently h... Full story

 By Jeff Olsen    News    February 9, 2024

Paul Marvin Is Interviewed on NPR's Weekend Edition

by Jeff Olsen Last Saturday, National Public Radio's Scott Simon, a renowned journalist in the broadcasting field, announced that he would shortly be chatting with Marvin Companies CEO Paul Marvin....

 By Jeff Olsen    News    February 9, 2024

The Andersons didn't get married in a hurry

by Jeff Olsen Jared and Erin Anderson of rural Roseau are somewhat of an old married couple, considering they were still teenagers when they tied the knot. And it wasn't a shotgun wedding! Recently,... Full story

 By Laurel Latham    News    February 9, 2024

Two Roseau Race Teams Experience Celebration And Heartbreak At The Soo I-500

by Laurel Latham The International 500 Snowmobile Endurance Race is not just Michigan's most thrilling snowmobile race, or the most thrilling snowmobile race in the U.S. or even North America. The...


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