LOCAL NEWS - MONDAY, JULY 10, 2017
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Posted on 07-10-2017
TODAY’S GRAND FORKS HERALD HAS A FRONT PAGE STORY ON 99 YEAR OLD OSLO, MINNESOTA FARMER EARL MALLINGER - WHO FARMS A THOUSAND ACRES OF WHEAT, SOYBEANS AND SUGAR BEETS.

THE STORY, ON AGING FARMERS, ALSO FEATURES NINETY YEAR OLD RAYMOND EFTA OF GREENBUSH.




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




THERE HAVE BEEN CHANGES TO THE DISABLED VETERANS HOMESTEAD MARKET VALUE EXCLUSION, WHICH ALLOWS SPOUSES OF DECEASED VETERANS (WHO WERE ONE HUNDRED PERCENT DISABLED) TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THAT BENEFIT.

THE VETERAN MUST HAVE DIED AFTER 2011, AND THE SPOUSE HAS TO APPLY AT THE ROSEAU COUNTY ASSESSOR’S OFFICE BY AUGUST FIRST.




THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL MEETS THIS EVENING.




THE ROSEAU COUNTY FAIR IS A WEEK AWAY.

CHURCH NIGHT IS SUNDAY EVENING; THE COUNTY FAIR PARADE IS TUESDAY IN ROSEAU.

FAIR BOARD SECRETARY AND MANAGER RICHARD MAGNUSSON SAYS THE MIDWAY WILL BE THE SAME AS LAST YEAR.




NORTHLAND COLLEGE IS ADDING FOUR NEW AGRICULTURE PROGRAMS THIS FALL, WHICH WILL ALLOW STUDENTS TO TRANSFER TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA/ CROOKSTON TO FINISH OUT THEIR FOUR YEAR DEGREE.

NORTHLAND OFFICIALS SAY THERE IS GREAT DEMAND FOR EMPLOYEES IN THE AG SECTOR.




FIRST UNITED LUTHERAN CHURCH IN ROSEAU HAS AN OUTDOOR GRILLED TURKEY SUPPER WEDNESDAY EVENING (4-7 PM).




MANUFACTURING EXECUTIVES IN MINNESOTA ARE OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THEIR COMPANIES, BUT THEY ARE ALSO STRUGGLING TO FIND QUALIFIED WORKERS.

THAT’S FROM A RECENT STATE OF MANUFACTURING REPORT BY ENTERPRISE MINNESOTA.

BOB KILL IS THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR ENTERPRISE MINNESOTA, SAYS SEVENTY-FIVE PERCENT OF GREATER MINNESOTA MANUFACTURERS SAY THEY CAN’T FIND ENOUGH WORKERS.




MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR DONALD HUERD OF WILLIAMS ARE FRIDAY MORNING AT TEN AT ST. JOSEPH’S CATHOLIC CHURCH IN WILLIAMS.

VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR.

DONALD HUERD WAS 77.