Whiskey is for drinking and water is for fighting over


August 22, 2020

by Jeff Olsen

The Roseau River Watershed District Board took some heat from local farmers on Wednesday evening at the Roseau City Center.

Afterwards, Terry Kveen, 77, who's been farming the now contested land area that he holds precious, never swore once.

He was, in fact, as eloquent as a college professor.

"I went to the college of hard knocks," he said from his residence and was with his daughter, Debby Stone.

Part of the contested land that farmers are opposed to being included in the Roseau Lake Rehabilitation Project includes Mr. Kveen's.

"It's 800 farmable acres of land that we raise...

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