LOCAL NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2017
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Posted on 04-13-2017
TIM WILLIAMSON FROM D.N.R. PARKS AND TRAILS IN BEMIDJI, AND GRETCHEN MEHMEL FROM THE RED LAKE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA - MET WITH THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD THIS WEEK,
ON A TRAILS REVISION PROJECT AT BELTRAMI ISLAND STATE FOREST.

WILLIAMSON SAID THEY’RE NOT PROPOSING ANY TRAIL CLOSURES IN THE PROCESS, WHICH IS BEING UNDERTAKEN AT STATE FORESTS ACROSS MINNESOTA.




MAY IS NATIONAL DRUG COURT MONTH, AND ROSEAU COUNTY TREATMENT COURTS HAVE AN OPEN HOUSE MAY 23RD AT THE COURTHOUSE.




AN A.A.R.P. SMART DRIVER SAFETY REFRESHER COURSE IS TUESDAY (April 18/ 6-10 PM) AT THE ROSEAU FOUR SEASONS SENIOR CENTER.

MICKY HULST IS THE INSTRUCTOR.




A GOOD FRIDAY FISH FRY IS TOMORROW EVENING (4:30-7 PM) AT MESSIAH LUTHERAN CHURCH IN ROSEAU.




THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, LAST WEEK, RE-APPOINTED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR TODD PETERSON AND CITY SUPERINTENDENT DAVID DROWN AS REPRESENTATIVES ON THE NORTHERN MUNICIPAL POWER AGENCY.




MINNESOTA STATE SENATOR MARK JOHNSON IS IN HIS FIRST TERM REPRESENTING NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA.
HE’S BEEN ATTENDING TOWN HALL MEETINGS THIS WEEK, DURING THE LEGISLATURES’ EASTER BREAK;
AND SAYS THE THEMES HAVE BEEN SIMILAR.

JOHNSON, A REPUBLICAN FROM EAST GRAND FORKS, WAS ELECTED LAST NOVEMBER TO A SEAT THAT HAD LONG BEEN HELD BY DFL’ER LeROY STUMPF.




JONI MASSARO HAS A PRESENTATION ON SWITZERLAND TODAY AT THE ROSEAU CITY CENTER, AS PART OF THE LUNCH AT THE LIBRARY TRAVEL SERIES.




PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP IS ASKING FOR A MORE THAN FIFTY BILLION INCREASE IN MILITARY SPENDING,
PUTTING OTHER FEDERAL PROGRAMS ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK.

ONE OF THOSE IS FOREIGN AID; LINDSAY KOSHGARIAN IS WITH THE NATIONAL PRIORITIES PROJECT.




A MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL FOR DON HUNT OF WARROAD IS TUESDAY AFTERNOON AT 1:30 AT ST. BERNARD’S CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THIEF RIVER FALLS.

VISITATION IS MONDAY EVENING (5-7 PM) AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN WARROAD.

DON HUNT WAS 63.




ROSEAU HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL AND ATHLETIC DIRECTOR DAVE REAVES HAS BEEN ELECTED TO SERVE ON THE MINNESOTA STATE HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE’S REGION 8A COMMITTEE.




A POLICE CHASE IN HUBBARD COUNTY RESULTED IN A ROLLOVER LATE YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. FORTY-EIGHT YEAR OLD DAVE ALETPETER OF STILLWATER, MINNESOTA WAS A PASSENGER IN A CAR DRIVEN BY THIRTY-SEVEN YEAR OLD CHAD CASTLE OF FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA.

ALTEPETER SUFFERED NON-LIFE THREATENING INJURIES WHEN THE CASTLE CAR HIT GRAVEL AND ROLLED MULTIPLE TIMES.

THAT HAPPENED AT 5:40 P.M. EAST OF EMMAVILLE, JUST NORTHWEST OF AKELEY.