LOCAL NEWS - MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2017
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Posted on 04-17-2017
THE ROSEAU AREA DIABETES CENTER HAS A SIXTEEN WEEK DIABETES PREVENTION CLASS STARTING NEXT TUESDAY (April 25/ 3:30 PM) AT LIFECARE MEDICAL CENTER.

IT’S A FREE CLASS, BUT SPACE IS LIMITED.
KARLEEN THOMPSON HAS MORE INFORMATION (463-1365).



ROSEAU NATIVE DOCTOR MARK HUGLEN HAS A NEW BOOK CALLED “ICONIC SPORTS VENUES”, CO-WRITTEN WITH DANI JOHANNESEN; SHE IS AN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA/CROOKSTON.

MARK HUGLEN, A PROFESSOR AT U.M.C., HAS CO-WRITTEN SEVERAL BOOKS ON COMMUNICATIONS.



AN INFORMATIONAL WORKSHOP ON PUBLIC DRAINAGE SYSTEMS IS THIS EVENING ( 5-7 PM ) AT THE LAKE OF THE WOODS COURTHOUSE IN BAUDETTE.

CORRYN TRASK IS A RESOURCE TECHNICIAN FROM THE LAKE OF THE WOODS SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT. SHE SAYS DITCH ATTORNEY KURT DETER WILL EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A PUBLIC DRAINAGE SYSTEM, AND PRIVATE OR ROAD DRAINAGES.



THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD, LAST WEEK, APPROVED THE LOW BID OF NORTH PINE SERVICES OF ROSEAU FOR DITCH BRUSHING IN 2017.



ELK NUMBERS IN THE GRYGLA AREA CONTINUE TO DECLINE, ACCORDING TO RESULTS FROM A WINTER AERIAL SURVEY.

JOHN WILLIAMS, THE DNR’S NORTHWEST REGION WILDLIFE MANAGER, SAYS THE POPULATION GOAL FOR ELK IN THE GRYGLA AREA IS BETWEEN THIRTY AND FORTY ANIMALS; THE SURVEY SHOWED THERE WERE SEVENTEEN ELK.

THERE HASN’T BEEN AN ELK HUNTING SEASON IN THE GRYGLA AREA SINCE 2012.

ELK NUMBERS REMAINED RELATIVELY STABLE IN KITTSON COUNTY.



THE QUIN COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH BOARD MEETS THIS AFTERNOON IN NEWFOLDEN.



ARN KIND IS AT THE ROSEAU PUBLIC LIBRARY TOMORROW EVENING (5 PM) WITH A PRESENTATION ON MINNESOTA IN THE GREAT WAR.



A MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL FOR DON HUNT OF WARROAD IS TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT 1:30 AT ST BERNARD’S CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THIEF RIVER FALLS.
VISITATION IS THIS EVENING (5-7 PM) AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN WARROAD.
DON HUNT WAS 63.