LOCAL NEWS - OCTOBER 2, 2017
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Posted on 10-02-2017
THE MINNESOTA STATE PATROL IS SEEKING INFORMATION ON A CAR AND DRIVER THAT CONTRIBUTED TO A CRASH IN FRONT OF POLARIS INDUSTRIES THIS MORNING.

THE VEHICLE IN QUESTION RAN A RED LIGHT AND CONTINUED TO DRIVE NORTH ON HIGHWAY 89 AT ABOUT 6:30 AM. THE STATE PATROL HAS NO DESCRIPTION OF THE VEHICLE OR DRIVER AT THIS TIME.

IF ANYONE HAS INFORMATION ON THE VEHICLE OR DRIVER, THEY ARE ASKED TO CALL THE MINNESOTA STATE PATROL OFFICE AT 218-683-8410 OR SGT. CHRIS BJERKEN AT 218-683-8418.



BIBLE TEACHER AND AUTHOR BETH MOORE WILL BE ON A SIMULCAST OFFERED BY THE ROSEAU COVENANT CHURCH OCTOBER 14TH.




THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL MEETS THIS EVENING.

AMONG OTHER THINGS, THEY’LL SET MEETING DATES THIS MONTH TO TALK ABOUT NEXT YEAR’S BUDGET.

THE COUNCIL SET ITS PRELIMINARY 2018 LEVY AND BUDGET LAST MONTH.




THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD, LAST WEEK, APPROVED THE HIRE OF CONNIE GRINDELAND AS VICTIM SERVICES COORDINATOR; SHE’LL SUCCEED STEVE ROSEEN IN THAT ROLE.

THE BOARD ALSO ACCEPTED A SEVENTY THOUSAND DOLLAR VICTIM SERVICES GRANT FROM THE MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY.




THE ROSEAU SCHOOL BOARD HAS APPROVED A NEARLY ONE-POINT-TWO MILLION DOLLAR BID FOR EXTERIOR DOOR REPLACEMENT AND BATHROOM RENOVATIONS.

SCHMITZ BUILDERS OF RED LAKE FALLS HAD THE LOWEST OF THREE BIDS FOR THOSE PROJECTS.




TODD AND ANDRIA ELLINGSON WERE IN ROSEAU LAST MONTH, TALKING ABOUT THEIR CHRISTIAN MINISTRY IN RWANDA, WHERE THEY’VE BUILT AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, A CHURCH AND A DORMITORY FOR TEACHERS.

TODD ELLINGSON IS A CROOKSTON NATIVE; HE AND HIS FAMILY HAVE LIVED IN RWANDA SINCE 2010.




THE ANNUAL MOE LUTHERAN CHURCH TURKEY FEED IS SUNDAY (October 8) AT THE MOE FELLOWSHIP HALL.




THE NEXT SHOW IN THE NORTHERN LIGHTS CONCERT ASSOCIATION SERIES AT THE ROSEAU SCHOOL THEATRE IS OCTOBER 22ND, FEATURING DERIK NELSON AND FAMILY.




A STUDY OF EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS SHOWS THAT CHILDREN OF COLOR, NATIVE AMERICANS AND LOWER-INCOME KIDS ARE MORE LIKELY THAN THEIR WEALTHIER WHITE PEERS TO BE ENROLLED IN ONE OF THOSE PROGRAMS.

STEPHANIE HOGENSON, WITH THE CHILDREN'S DEFENSE FUND, SAYS MINNESOTA HAS THE LOWEST RATE OF ASIAN KIDS IN EARLY EDUCATION PROGRAMS.




THE 31ST ANNUAL MINNESOTA DEER HUNTERS ASSOCIATION BANQUET IS NEXT MONDAY EVENING (October 9) AT THE ROSEAU CITY CENTER.




WARROAD’S DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT HUB HOSTS A SECOND ENTREPRENEUR EXCHANGE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12TH (Noon to One PM). IT’S OPEN FOR SMALL BUSINESSES AND ENTREPRENEURS IN THE AREA AND FEATURES LAKE COUNTRY CHEVROLET OF WARROAD.




A PANCAKE BENEFIT FOR DEREK CLARK OF GREENBUSH, TO HELP WITH MEDICAL EXPENSES, IS OCTOBER 29TH AT THE GREENBUSH COMMUNITY CENTER.




FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MARGIE ELLEN DAVIS OF BAUDETTE ARE PENDING.

ELLEN DAVIS WAS 83.