LOCAL NEWS - THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 2017
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Posted on 08-10-2017
THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, THIS WEEK, HELD A PUBLIC HEARING ON SEVERAL NUISANCE BUILDINGS IN THE CITY. ONE OF THE PROPERTY OWNERS, LORI OLSON, SAID SHE’LL VOLUNTARILY REMOVE THE HOUSE WITHIN SIXTY DAYS; ACTION ON ANOTHER PROPERTY WAS TABLED TO NEXT MONTH, AS CITY OFFICIALS TRY TO DETERMINE THE LEGAL OWNER OF THAT TRAILER.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR TODD PETERSON SAYS AN ORIGINAL LIST OF A DOZEN NUISANCE PROPERTIES HAS BEEN WHITTLED DOWN TO JUST A FEW.

THE CITY COUNCIL, ON MONDAY, ALSO RECOGNIZED A THIRTY-TWO DOLLAR DONATION FOR THE RIVERVIEW PARK GAZEBO CONCERT FUND.



THE JENSEN SISTERS APPEAR IN CONCERT TONIGHT AT THE RIVERVIEW PARK GAZEBO (6:30 PM).



A LIVESTOCK GRAZING TOUR IS AUGUST 24TH IN THE BLACKDUCK AREA. REGISTER WITH THE BELTRAMI SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT.



A WARROAD COACHES ASSOCIATION GOLF TOURNAMENT FUNDRAISER IS SATURDAY AT WARROAD ESTATES.



RELAY FOR LIFE OF ROSEAU COUNTY IS LOOKING FOR GOLF CARTS FOR USE DURING SURVIVOR LAPS TOMORROW AFTERNOON AND EVENING AT THE ROSEAU CITY PARK. CALL AMY (218 689-4533) IF YOU HAVE A CART TO LOAN.



ALTRU CLINIC/ROSEAU IS DOING HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS PHYSICALS THIS AFTERNOON (1-4 PM);
AND ALTRU CLINIC/GREENBUSH HAS SPORTS PHYSICALS TODAY (10-3:30). ATHLETES SHOULD BRING INFORMATION LIKE IMMUNIZATION DATES, MEDICATIONS, AND HEALTH HISTORY.



A MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL FOR JOYCE MLODZIK OF ROSEAU (AND FORMERLY OF GREENBUSH) IS TOMORROW MORNING AT TEN AT BLESSED SACRAMENT CATHOLIC CHURCH IN GREENBUSH. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR. JOYCE MLODZIK WAS 87.



LAKE OF THE WOODS WAS CHOSEN EARLIER THIS YEAR FOR A PILOT PROJECT BY U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION, WHICH WILL ALLOW TRAVELERS TO AND FROM THE NORTHWEST ANGLE SIMPLIFIED ACCESS IN AND OUT OF CANADA.

A SOFT LAUNCH OF THE PROJECT IS SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT JERRY’S BAR AND RESTAURANT AT ANGLE INLET.
VISITORS WILL BE ABLE TO CHECK IN AT THAT RESORT, RATHER THAN USING THE “OARS” PHONE AT JIM’S CORNER.

THE NEXT PHASE OF THE PROJECT WILL LET TRAVELERS LOAD THE CHECK-IN PROGRAM TO THEIR SMART PHONE.



MEMBERS OF THE MINNESOTA HOUSE CAPITAL INVESTMENT COMMITTEE WILL BE IN THIEF RIVER FALLS NEXT WEDNESDAY TOURING THE AVIATION BUILDING AT NORTHLAND COLLEGE. THEY’RE COMING TO NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA AT THE INVITATION OF STATE REPRESENTATIVE DAN FABIAN (R/ROSEAU).



TODAY’S GRAND FORKS HERALD HAS A FRONT PAGE STORY ON TWO MEN WHO SURVIVED TWO DAYS ON A SMALL ISLAND ON LAKE OF THE WOODS, AFTER THEIR BOAT CAPSIZED. THE MEN, FROM EDEN PRAIRIE, MINNESOTA AND FAIRFIELD, NEBRASKA HAD BEEN FISHING WHEN THE INCIDENT HAPPENED IN LATE JULY. THEY WERE RESCUED BY AN ONTARIO R.C.M.P. PATROL BOAT.