LOCAL NEWS - MONDAY, JUNE 5, 2017
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Posted on 06-05-2017
THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL MEETS THIS EVENING.




‘WIC’ CLINICS ARE TODAY IN NEWFOLDEN; TOMORROW AT THE KITTSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE IN HALLOCK; WEDNESDAY AT THE WARROAD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER; AND THURSDAY IN RED LAKE FALLS.




A GROUND-BREAKING CEREMONY FOR THE SUNSHINE HOSPITALITY HOME IN GRAND FORKS IS TOMORROW AFTERNOON (4 PM).

AMONG THE ATTENDEES WILL BE PEOPLE FROM ROSEAU COUNTY.

LED BY LIFECARE MEDICAL CENTER, DONATIONS FROM ROSEAU COUNTY TOTAL MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR THE HOME, LOCATED NEAR ALTRU HOSPITAL.

THERESA GARBE, WITH THE SUNSHINE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION, SAYS ROSEAU COUNTY WILL BE AMONG THE PRIMARY USERS OF THAT HOME.




THE ROSEAU SCHOOL BOARD, IN MAY, TALKED ABOUT RECRUITMENT EFFORTS FOR AN ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL AND ATHLETIC DIRECTOR; AND A SPECIAL EDUCATION DIRECTOR AND DISTRICT ASSESSMENT COORDINATOR TO REPLACE AARON AND TAMMY NELSON.

THE DISTRICT IS ALSO LOOKING FOR A TITLE ONE TEACHER AND FEDERAL PROGRAMS COORDINATOR;
SPECIAL ED PARA-PROFESSIONALS AND A NUMBER OF SUBSTITUTES (INCLUDING SUBSTITUTE BUS DRIVERS, CUSTODIANS AND KITCHEN STAFF).




GREENBUSH AUDITIONS FOR THE PRAIRIE FIRE THEATRE PRODUCTION OF “PINOCCHIO” ARE JUNE 26TH (1 PM) AT THE GREENBUSH SCHOOL.

UP TO SEVENTY-FIVE KIDS AND ADULTS, AGED KINDERGARTEN AND UP, ARE NEEDED TO FILL THE ROLES.

THE PERFORMANCES ARE JUNE 30TH AT THE GREENBUSH SCHOOL GYM.




AN EIGHTEEN YEAR OLD PASSENGER IN A POLARIS RAZOR A-T-V WAS INJURED EARLY YESTERDAY MORNING AFTER A POLICE CHASE NEAR WILLOW RIVER, IN PINE COUNTY.

TWENTY YEAR OLD WYATT MLASKOCH OF WILLOW RIVER ROLLED THE A-T-V WHILE TRYING TO EVADE POLICE; EIGHTEEN YEAR OLD WYATT LAMPEL OF KETTLE RIVER SUFFERED NON-LIFE THREATENING INJURIES.

ALCOHOL WAS INVOLVED.




MORE THAN A MILLION AMERICAN HOUSEHOLDS NOW RELY ON SOLAR POWER; UP FROM LESS THAN THIRTY THOUSAND IN 2006.

KEN BOSSONG, WITH THE “SUN-DAY” CAMPAIGN, SAYS THERE ARE OTHER THINGS PEOPLE CAN DO TO IMPROVE ENERGY INDEPENDENCE.




WARROAD D.N.R. FORESTRY SAYS THE SPRING FIRE SEASON WAS RELATIVELY QUIET (IN APRIL AND MAY) BUT ABNORMALLY DRY WEATHER IS RAISING SOME CONCERNS.

THERE IS NO SIGNIFICANT RAIN IN THE IMMEDIATE FORECAST.




FORMER ROSEAU COUNTY EXTENSION EDUCATOR CURTIS NYEGAARD IS OFFERING A TREE CARE WORKSHOP JUNE 10TH AT THE FRESH START FARMERS MARKET IN BAUDETTE.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED (218 634-1842/ EXTENSION 4).




BLOOD DRIVES WERE HELD IN ROSEAU IN LATE MAY. A POLARIS BLOOD DRIVE MAY 23RD, COORDINATED BY KATIE THARALDSON AND GRETCHEN BERG, HAD EIGHTY PEOPLE VOLUNTEER.

A LIFECARE MEDICAL CENTER VOLUNTEER SERVICES BLOOD DRIVE THE NEXT DAY SAW SIXTY-ONE PEOPLE VOLUNTEER. THAT BLOOD DRIVE WAS COORDINATED BY PAM SANDO AND TERRY LAMPPA.




THE ROSEAU RIVER WATERSHED DISTRICT HAS A PUBLIC INFORMATIONAL MEETING ON THE ROSEAU LAKE PROJECT TOMORROW MORNING (8:30 A.M.) AT THE DIETER TOWN HALL IN ROSS.




A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR GORDON CHRISTIAN OF WARROAD IS THURSDAY MORNING AT TEN AT ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH IN WARROAD. VISITATION IS WEDNESDAY EVENING (5-7 PM) AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN WARROAD.

GINNY CHRISTIAN WAS 89.




FUNERAL SERVICES FOR ARDITH OSLUND OF WANNASKA ARE THURSDAY MORNING AT ELEVEN AT RIVERSIDE LUTHERAN CHURCH IN WANNASKA. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR.

ARDITH OSLUND WAS 91.




A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR ARNO “HANK” HENDERSON IS THURSDAY MORNING AT TEN AT THE U.S. BORDER PATROL STATION IN WARROAD.

HANK HENDERSON DIED IN FEBRUARY AT AGE 92.