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 By Jodi Wojciechowski    News    July 13, 2019 

Steve Bouton reels in a catch of a lifetime

Steve Bouton had been at a Boat, Sport and RV Show in Duluth when he found out about a fishing trip to Saskatchewan, Canada. He usually goes on a trip once a year with his brother, Mike and a... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    July 13, 2019 

Streiff's Swindling Saleslady to appear in court in August

An omnibus hearing that had been scheduled this past Monday at 1 p.m. at the Roseau County Courthouse has now been rescheduled for a plea hearing on Monday, August 12, at 10 a.m. In the State of... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    July 13, 2019 

Warroad's Allison Park Is A Lasting Tribute

On a very special Wednesday afternoon on July 3, the late Allison Marvin, an extraordinary young woman who died way too young on August 28, 1992, was remembered fondly during the dedication of... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    July 13, 2019 

Bethesda Celebrates Its Centennial Next Saturday

Step inside Bethesda Lutheran Church in Skime, and it's a reflection of small town America with good neighbors, good intentions and occasionally scratching by with the grace of God. They have seen... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    July 13, 2019 

Meth selling grandma gets a stay

A Goodridge woman was sentenced Monday, July 1 in Pennington County District Court for a felony drug offense. Kristi Arlene Anderson, 60, was sentenced for a felony charge of second degree controlled... Full story

 
 News    July 13, 2019 

COURT REPORT

Roseau County Sheriff’s Dept. Tory Kaylyn Hjermstad, Warroad, pled guilty to speeding and was fined $125. (Badge #1917) Lukas Roy Miller, Warroad, had charges of driving after suspension dismissed. (Badge # 1912) City of Roseau Katie Lynn Delaney,... Full story

 
 By Carrie Johnson    News    July 13, 2019 

Looking Back

5 years ago – July 12, 2014 Elizabeth (Liz) Lund was the new Roseau County Assessor. RJ's Place in Roseau has a new owner. Peggy McCourt bought the business and it is now known as the Pour House... Full story

 

4-H state exchange Texans visit the Roseau area

by Jodi Wojciechowski Roseau County 4-H has participated in the 4-H State Exchange Program since May 2011. The 4-H State Exchange Program has a long history of providing youth and adults with...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    July 3, 2019

The Pest Control Guy will make them disappear

by Jeff Olsen Forget the old saying that "the worms crawl in and the worms crawl out." It's the ants crawling in and they won't be crawling out because they're ants. Then there are the spiders and,...

 
 By Laurel Latham    News    July 3, 2019

Adventures Begin At Doc's Harbor Inn

After thirty years of living in the Twin Cities, Janet Marvin moved back up north. “My siblings and I had so many adventures on Warroad River growing up” recalls Janet. “When I moved back to...

 

Court Report

Roseau County Sheriff’s Department Marc Joseph Dickson, Salol, pled guilty to domestic assault and was fined $1,160, 60 days and five years supervised probation. Max Andreas Gausen, Warroad, pled guilty to minor consumption and was fined $185....

 
 By Arlette Solom    News    July 3, 2019

DOWN THE ROAD

Submitted by Arlette Solom “No one can ever take your memories from you - each day is a new beginning, make good memories every day!” Catherine Pulsifer Four Seasons Senior Center is known for its delicious donuts. Mark your calendar for July...

 
 By Carrie Johnson    News    July 3, 2019

LOOKING BACK: Dignataries broke ground for the East Diversion Project.

5 years ago – July 5, 2014 Dr. Ralph Herseth, a private man in a public profession, retired from LifeCare Medical Center and Altru Clinic a week ago. Kay Skime was chosen as the winner of the...

 

Twisted Apparel Opens in Roseau

by Jodi Wojciechowski Mandy Trangsrud along with her husband Marty and their two daughters Ella and Holly recently opened Twisted Apparel in Roseau. Neither of them are strangers to the area, Mandy...

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 29, 2019

They're walking works of fascinating skin art

by Jeff Olsen Forever, tattoos were the persona of sailors, soldiers and criminals - a rogues' art gallery of sailing ships, naked ladies, eagles, skulls, serpents, stilettos, and "Born to Raise Hell"...

 

Warroad's Wayne Knutson Is A Working Wonder

by Jeff Olsen These days, way past retirement age, Wayne Knutson ought to be kicking back and taking it easy. But on a recent Friday morning - precisely at 6:22 a.m. - he was waiting in his kitchen...

 

WARROAD COMMUNITY PARK BECOMES ALLISON PARK

The entire community is invited to the dedication of Allison Park on Wednesday, July 3rd. The formal dedication will start at 12 o’clock noon, with food, fun and games to follow throughout the day. A community picnic begins at 3 p.m. with brats,...

 

Court Report

Roseau County Sheriff’s Department Timothy James Bahr, Salol, had a charge of driving after suspension dismissed. He had a charge of no proof of insurance dismissed. (Badge #1917) Mathieu Brian Joseph Blais, pled guilty to drug possession and was...

 
 By Carrie Johnson    News    June 29, 2019

The Roseau Times-Region celebrated birthday 103 with this issue.

5 years ago – June 28, 2014 Regional authors on hand at Roseau’s Scandinavian Festival for book signings were Marilyn Hagerty, Jeanne Cooney, Evelyn McKeever and Henry Boucha. Larry Petrowski was...

 

Warroad NEEDS 11 READING TUTORS FOR 2019-20 SCHOOL YEAR

The Warroad Public School District needs 11 literacy tutors for the 2019-2020 school year according to Minnesota Reading Corps. Minnesota is reported to have one of the largest achievement gaps in the nation, heightening the need for literacy and...

 

Lake of the Woods Reel Fishing Adventures

TJ Huerd decided to take his passion to the next level and open his own guide service, Lake of the Woods Reel Fishing Adventures. TJ found his passion for fishing at a very young age. "My dad took me... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 22, 2019

The Legendary Al Buffum Was a True Character

Eldridge "Al" Buffum, 68, a delightful personality who did it his way as an East Coast lawman, local columnist, colorful character, talented raconteur and burly bear of a man, died on Wednesday, June... Full story

 
 By Laurel Latham    News    June 22, 2019

Willems Accepts Dream Job at Mayo

Kat (Katherine) Willems' cell phone rang just two and a half hours after her webcam interview from the Academic Success Center at Northland Community and Technology College with Mayo Clinic Hospital in Rochester. The cell number was unfamiliar, and... Full story

 

WRITE ON! A Rainy Day in Paris

by Ella Helgeson, English 12, Mrs. Didrikson It was the summer of 2017. My Californian cousin, Kylie, and I were deciding on what to wear for another beautiful, sunny day in Paris, or what we thought... Full story

 
 By Jeff Olsen    News    June 22, 2019

Meet the Renaissance Man of Pencer

Forget all those fancy places where the yards look manicured, nothing is out of place, and you're afraid to pee on a tree. Here's a nice contrast. Nothing beats hanging around an old sawmill with...

 

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