LOCAL NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2017

Posted on 10-05-2017
THIS IS NATIONAL 4-H WEEK; ENROLLMENT IN ROSEAU COUNTY STARTED THREE WEEKS AGO.




THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, THIS WEEK, APPROVED THE PURCHASE OF A FIRE TRUCK THROUGH A COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION (WHICH WILL ASSURE A BETTER PRICE FOR THE NEW TRUCK).

THE COUNCIL ALSO HEARD THAT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS RECEIVED A LARGE NUMBER OF REQUESTS FOR SKUNK TRAPS. POLICE CHIEF WARD ANDERSON SAYS THE CITY OWNS TWO TRAPS, AND BOTH ARE IN USE.




OUR REDEEMER’S LUTHERAN CHURCH IN BADGER IS HOSTING A FUNDRAISER BREAKFAST ON SUNDAY TO SUPPORT THE JOSEPH LUCIEN’S SCHOOL AND ORPHANAGE IN HAITI.

THE BREAKFAST IS FROM 10:30 AM – NOON, FOLLOWING THEIR SUNDAY WORSHIP.




THIS IS MINNESOTA MANUFACTURING WEEK.

MANUFACTURING EMPLOYMENT IS UP NINE PERCENT IN THE STATE SINCE 2010 AND THE SECTOR ACCOUNTED FOR EIGHTEEN BILLION DOLLARS IN STATE EXPORTS LAST YEAR.




BRENDA CASSELLIUS, MINNESOTA’S COMISSIONER OF EDUCATION, WILL BE MAKING A TRIP THROUGH NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY, STOPPING IN ROSEAU, BADGER/GREENBUSH-MIDDLE RIVER AND THIEF RIVER FALLS.




A FANCYWORK AND BAKE SALE IS TOMORROW EVENING AT PINECREEK LUTHERAN CHURCH, NORTHWEST OF ROSEAU.




THE ROSEAU RIVER CHAPTER OF THE MINNESOTA DEER HUNTERS ASSOCIATION HOSTS ITS 31ST ANNUAL BANQUET MONDAY EVENING AT THE ROSEAU CITY CENTER.