LOCAL NEWS - FRIDAY, JULY 7, 2017
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Posted on 07-07-2017
THE RED RIVER FARM NETWORK SAYS THE AGRI-BUSINESS SECTOR STILL NEEDS EMPLOYEES, DESPITE THE CURRENT DOWNTURN IN FARMING. THAT’S DUE TO MASSIVE RETIREMENTS EXPECTED OVER THE NEXT FIVE YEARS.




THE KARLSTAD PARK BOARD HOSTS A SPLASH PARK FUNDRAISER SUNDAY AFTERNOON (3 PM) AT THE KARLSTAD CENTRAL PAVILION.

THE BACK BEHIND THE BARN BOYS ARE PLAYING A FUNDRAISER CONCERT.




A POLARIS SCRAMBLE GOLF TOURNAMENT, WITH PROCEEDS GOING TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY RELAY FOR LIFE, IS TOMORROW AT OAK CREST GOLF COURSE IN ROSEAU.




A PATHWAYS DAY CAMP IS NEXT WEEK IN ROSEAU, AND MOE AND MESSIAH LUTHERAN CHURCHES ARE STILL LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS.

CALL SARA ZIEGLER (218 689-5682).




THE MINNESOTA TOWARD ZERO DEATHS INITIATIVE CONTINUES WORK INTENDED TO REDUCE TRAFFIC DEATHS IN THE STATE.

HOLLY KOSTRZEWSKI IS THE NORTHWEST MINNESOTA COORDINATOR; SHE SAYS MANY TRAFFIC DEATHS IN THIS PART OF THE STATE HAVE A COMMON THEME.




THE OLD FARMERS ALMANAC IS OUT WITH its SUMMER WEATHER PREDICTIONS FOR THE UNITED STATES.

SARAH PERREAULT IS A SENIOR EDITOR FOR THE OLD FARMERS ALAMANAC, WHICH HAS BEEN MAKING WEATHER PREDICTIONS FOR NEARLY THREE CENTURIES.




RESEARCHERS SAY SIXTY MILLION AMERICANS ARE AFFECTED BY WORKPLACE BULLYING.

DOCTOR GARY NAMIE, THE CO-FOUNDER OF THE WORKPLACE BULLYING INSTITUTE SAYS VICTIMS CAN EXPERIENCE P-T-S-D AND HEALTH PROBLEMS.

MOST OF PERPETRATORS ARE MEN (70%); AND SIX IN TEN WORKPLACE BULLIES ARE BOSSES.




THE ROSEAU V.F.W. POST AND AUXILIARY HAVE THEIR REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING MONDAY EVENING (6 PM).




VANDALS HAVE DESTROYED A SECTION OF FENCE SHARED BY A CATTLE PRODUCER AND THE MINNESOTA D.N.R. AT THE SEM WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA IN MARSHALL COUNTY.

ABOUT TWO MILES OF FENCE WAS DAMAGED OR DESTROYED.

THE CATTLE PRODUCER GRAZED THAT W.M.A. UNDER A COOPERATIVE FARMING AGREEMENT WITH THE D.N.R.




GOVERNOR MARK DAYTON WILL HOLD A SERIES OF TEN WATER QUALITY TOWN HALL MEETINGS, STARTING LATER THIS MONTH.

THE CLOSEST OF THOSE MEETINGS TO ROSEAU COUNTY IS SEPTEMBER 13TH AT BEMIDJI STATE UNIVERSITY.




A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RAY ELIASON OF ROSEAU IS THIS MORNING AT ELEVEN AT MOE LUTHERAN CHURCH IN ROSEAU. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR.
MILITARY RITES ARE BY THE ROSEAU MEMORIAL HONOR GUARD. BURIAL IS AT MALUNG CEMETERY.

RAY ELIASON WAS 92.




FUNERAL SERVICES FOR LILA ANDERSON OF GREENBUSH ARE THIS MORNING AT ELEVEN AT BETHEL LUTHERAN CHURCH OF GREENBUSH. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR. BURIAL IS AT THE LORENSON FAMILY CEMETERY AT STRATHCONA.

LILA ANDERSON WAS 82.




A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RAY CHRISTIANSON IS TOMORROW MORNING AT ELEVEN AT RESURRECTION COMMUNITY CHURCH IN KARLSTAD. VISITATION IS THIS EVENING (5-8 PM) WITH AN EIGHT O’CLOCK PRAYER SERVICE AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN ROSEAU. BURIAL IS AT PAULI CEMETERY IN GREENBUSH.

RAY CHRISTIANSON WAS 75.




A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOHN ORVIS IS THIS AFTERNOON AT TWO AT PINE GROVE LUTHERAN CHURCH IN PENCER. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR.
BURIAL IS AT PINE GROVE CEMETERY.

JOHN ORVIS WAS 78.




A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JERMAINE “KIMBLE” BRAY IS TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT TWO AT THE PAVILION PARK IN WARROAD.

JERMAINE BRAY WAS 76.




A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MARVIN STONE IS A WEEK FROM TOMORROW (Saturday, July 15/ 11 A.M.) AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN ROSEAU. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR.

MARVIN STONE WAS 86.