LOCAL NEWS - TUESDAY, JULY 11, 2017
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Posted on 07-11-2017
CITY SUPERINTENDENT DAVID DROWN TOLD THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL LAST NIGHT THAT HIS CREWS HAVE BEEN SPRAYING FOR MOSQUITOES TWICE A WEEK THIS SUMMER; BUT THEY’LL RAMP UP TO EVERY DAY THIS WEEK, AHEAD OF NEXT WEEK’S ROSEAU COUNTY FAIR.

THE COUNCIL ACCEPTED A SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR STATE GRANT TO CONNECT A CITY PARK TRAIL TO THE EAST DIVERSION TRAIL.




MINNESOTA POWER SAYS PRE-CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES IN SEGMENT ONE OF THE GREAT NORTHERN TRANSMISSION LINE PROJECT WILL START THIS FALL.

ROSEAU COUNTY IS PART OF SEGMENT ONE, WHERE THE POWER LINE STRUCTURES WILL START APPEARING IN 2019.




A FEDERAL BUDGET PROPOSAL FROM THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION AND CONGRESS ARE CALLING FOR CUTS TO THE CROP INSURANCE PROGRAM.

THE RED RIVER FARM NETWORK IS QUOTING KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY AG ECONOMICS PROFESSOR ART BARNABY AS SAYING THERE IS “REASON FOR CONCERN."




THE QUIN COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES BOARD MEETS NEXT MONDAY AFTERNOON IN NEWFOLDEN.




ROSEAU COUNTY OUTSTANDING SENIOR CITIZEN VOLUNTEER AWARD WINNERS SHARON MILLER OF GREENBUSH AND GARY “JACKIE” ERICKSON OF BADGER WILL BE HONORED AT A RECOGNITION BANQUET THURSDAY EVENING AT ST MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH IN BADGER.




MINNESOTA D.N.R. CONSERVATION OFFICERS ARE BUSY ON THE WATER AT THIS TIME OF YEAR.

C.O. BEN HUENER OF ROSEAU SAYS THE’RE LOOKING AT BOTH CONSERVATION AND SAFETY.

HUENER AND OTHER CONSERVATION OFFICERS ARE ON LAND DURING THE HUNTING SEASONS AND ON WATER FROM MAY THROUGH EARLY FALL.




AFTER A WEEK OFF, THURSDAY NIGHT CONCERTS AT ROSEAU’S RIVERVIEW PARK GAZEBO RESUME THIS WEEK WITH ROSEAU’S GABBY JUNE PERFORMING.




THE ACREAGE REPORT DEADLINE AT ROSEAU, LAKE OF THE WOODS AND KOOCHICHING FARM SERVICE AGENCY OFFICES IS NEXT MONDAY.




WARROAD’S BRIANNE LaDUKE IS A MEMBER OF THE YOUNG WOMEN’S INITIATIVE COUNCIL OF MINNESOTA - A GROUP CONVENED BY GOVERNOR MARK DAYTON LAST YEAR.

SAANII HERNANDEZ IS THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE WOMEN’S FOUNDATION OF MINNESOTA.

THE MINNESOTA INITIATIVE IS THE FIRST OF ITS KIND IN THE NATION.




HEALTH EXPERTS SAY SUMMER CAN BE A BAD TIME FOR WEIGHT GAIN.

THE AVERAGE AMERICAN GAINS JUST LESS THAN A POUND WHILE ON VACATION.

COURTNEY McCORMICK IS A DIETITIAN WITH NUTRI-SYSTEM; SHE SUGGESTS WATERMELON RATHER THAN ICE CREAM FOR A SUMMER DESSERT.