LOCAL NEWS - TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 2017
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Posted on 06-06-2017
THE WARROAD SCHOOL DISTRICT IS LOOKING FOR AN INTERIM SUPERINTENDENT, AFTER THE RESIGNATION LAST MONTH OF PAULA FOLEY.

FOLEY WAS IN HER SECOND YEAR IN WARROAD.

THE DISTRICT IS ALSO LOOKING FOR A HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL, AFTER THE RESIGNATION OF CRAIG PETERSON.




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




SUMMER DOESN’T OFFICIALLY BEGIN UNTIL JUNE 21ST, BUT THE SUMMER VACATION SEASON IS UNOFFICIALLY UNDERWAY (AFTER MEMORIAL DAY).

AN ACCOUNTEMPS SURVEY SAYS MORE THAN HALF OF WORKERS CHECK IN WITH THEIR OFFICES ONCE OR TWICE DURING A VACATION WEEK; THAT’S UP FROM FORTY PERCENT A YEAR AGO.

MICHAEL STEINITZ WITH ACCOUNTEMPS SAYS THE IDEA OF A VACATION IS TO GET AWAY FROM WORK.

ABOUT HALF THE WOMEN IN THE SURVEY SAID THEY NEED A VACATION, COMPARED WITH THIRTY PERCENT OF MEN.




A SIXTH ANNUAL “ANOTHER MAN’S TREASURE” JUNK MARKET IS JUNE 17TH AND 18TH IN ROSEAU; SPONSORED BY THE ROSEAU CIVIC AND COMMERCE ASSOCIATION.




SEAN EMERY IS AT THE ROSEAU PUBLIC LIBRARY THIS AFTERNOON (4 PM); HE DESCRIBES HIMSELF AS A “FUNNY GUY WHO JUGGLES STUFF."

EMERY IS ALSO AT THE WARROAD PUBLIC LIBRARY TODAY; AND AT LIBRARIES IN GREENBUSH, KARLSTAD AND GRYGLA TOMORROW.




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




U-CARE FOR SENIORS HAS MEDICARE INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS TOMORROW AT THE AMERICINN IN BAUDETTE (1 & 5 PM); AND THURSDAY AT THE ROSEAU PUBLIC LIBRARY MEETING ROOM (12:30 PM).




CATCHABLE SIZED RAINBOW TROUT WERE STOCKED IN THE PITT GRADE CREEK IN APRIL.

PHIL TALMAGE, AT DNR FISHERIES IN BAUDETTE, SAYS THE STOCKING PROGRAM HAS BEEN GOING IN THIS AREA FOR SEVERAL DECADES; BUT IS SOMEWHAT UNUSUAL IN NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA.




74 YEAR OLD BILLY AERY, AND 72 YEAR OLD REBECCA AERY, BOTH OF BAUDETTE, WERE TAKEN TO A FARGO HOSPITAL WITH LIFE THREATENING INJURIES YESTERDAY AFTERNOON AFTER THEIR HONDA MOTORCYCLE COLLIDED WITH A DEER JUST EAST OF REDBY, ON HIGHWAY ONE IN BELTRAMI COUNTY.

THE ACCIDENT HAPPENED JUST BEFORE THREE P.M.




THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, LAST NIGHT, UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED A PARK BOARD RECOMMENDATION FOR A REVISED CITY TOBACCO POLICY, WHICH WOULD ENCOURAGE A VOLUNTARY SMOKING BAN WITHIN TWENTY FEET OF PLAYGROUNDS IN CITY PARKS. THE CITY PLANS TO INSTALL SIGNAGE AT THOSE LOCATIONS WHERE KIDS ARE PLAYING.

THE COUNCIL MOVED THEIR JULY MEETING FROM THE 3RD TO THE 10TH.




THE MINNESOTA D.N.R. HOSTS A PUBLIC MEETING JUNE 28TH AT THEIR FORESTRY OFFICE IN WARROAD - ON THE BELTRAMI ISLAND STATE FOREST TRAIL SYSTEM.




A BENEFIT FOR RYAN FISH IS SUNDAY (11 A.M. - 2 P.M.) AT THE WARROAD EAGLES CLUB. PROCEEDS WILL HELP WITH LIVING EXPENSES DURING CANCER TREATMENT.




THE WEBSITE WalletHub SAYS THE BEST STATE ECONOMIES ARE IN WASHINGTON, CALIFORNIA AND UTAH AND THE WORST ARE WEST VIRGINIA, LOUISIANA AND MISSISSIPPI.

MINNESOTA IS 17TH, AND NORTH DAKOTA 42ND IN THAT STUDY.




FUNERAL SERVICES FOR GEORGE HAMMER OF WARROAD ARE FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT 4:30 PM AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN ROSEAU. VISITATION BEGINS AT THREE.

GEORGE HAMMER WAS 86.