LOCAL NEWS - MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2017
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Posted on 10-09-2017
MINNESOTA D.N.R. FORESTRY SAYS TRUCKS WILL BE HAULING ON THE THOMPSON ROAD AND BLACK’S WINNER ROAD, STARTING TODAY.
ADDITIONAL STOP SIGNS HAVE BEEN ADDED TEMPORARILY ALONG THOSE ROUTES.



THE STATE BOARD OF WATER AND SOIL RESOURCES SAYS FARMERS AND LANDOWNERS ARE MAKING SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS ON THE BUFFER COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENT, THAT TAKES EFFECT NOVEMBER FIRST.
BWSR SAYS STATEWIDE COMPLIANCE ON PUBLIC WATERS IS JUST OVER NINETY-FOUR PERCENT. ROSEAU COUNTY COMPLIANCE NUMBERS ARE SIMILAR TO THE STATEWIDE FIGURES.



MINNESOTA COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION BRENDA CASSELIUS IS IN ROSEAU TODAY.
SHE’LL BE AT THE ROSEAU SCHOOL, WHERE SHE’LL SEE A CAREER FAIR AT THE HIGH SCHOOL.
SUPERINTENDENT LARRY GUGGISBERG SAYS THE COMMISSIONER IS MAKING HER FIRST TRIP NORTH OF BEMIDJI.

GUGGISBERG SAYS ONE OF THE ISSUES FACED BY SCHOOLS IS A WORKFORCE SHORTAGE.



POLARIS IS HOSTING A TAILGATE FUNDRAISER SUNDAY FOR THE VIKINGS/PACKERS GAME AT THE ROSEAU AMERICAN LEGION.

PROCEEDS WILL GO TO THE ROSEAU VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT TRUCK FUND.



LAST WEEK WAS NATIONAL FOUR-H WEEK.
IN ROSEAU COUNTY, PROGRAM DIRECTOR SANDI WEILAND SAYS THEY’RE FOCUSSING ON YOUTH LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR THE NEXT TWELVE MONTHS.



THE CITY OF ROSEAU RECEIVED PROPOSALS LAST WEEK FOR ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES TO DESIGN AN ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURE BUILDING AT THE ROSEAU AIRPORT.

THE CITY CONTRACTS WITH K-L-J ENGINEERING FOR IT’S AIRPORT PLANNING, BUT CAN’T USE THEIR PLANNER FOR ARCHITECTURAL WORK.



LIFECARE PUBLIC HEALTH’S COMMUNITY FLU VACCINE SCHEDULE STARTS THIS WEEK, WITH CLINICS THURSDAY MORNING (9-11 A.M.) AT THE ROSEAU CITY CENTER; THURSDAY AFTERNOON (2-3:30 PM) AT THE GREENBUSH COMMUNITY CENTER; FRIDAY MORNING (9:30-11 A.M.) AT THE BADGER COMMUNITY CENTER; AND FRIDAY AFTERNOON (1-2:30 P.M.) AT THE WARROAD AREA COMMMUNITY CENTER.



THE 31ST ANNUAL ROSEAU RIVER CHAPTER/ MINNESOTA DEER HUNTERS ASSOCIATION BANQUET IS THIS EVENING AT THE ROSEAU CITY CENTER.



A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR IRENE ADAMS OF WARROAD IS TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT TWO AT THE WARROAD BAPTIST CHURCH. VISITATION IS THIS AFTERNOON FROM TWO TO THREE P.M. AT THE WARROAD SENIOR LIVING CENTER CHAPEL.

IRENE ADAMS WAS 93.



MEMORIAL SERVICES ARE PENDING FOR VERNON FRISTAD OF BAUDETTE.

VERNON FRISTAD WAS 81.



THE MINNESOTA D.N.R. SAYS ELK HUNTERS HAD ONE HUNDRED PERCENT SUCCESS IN SEPTEMBER HUNTS IN KITTSON COUNTY.

A SECOND ELK SEASON, IN WHICH SEVEN HUNTERS HAVE TAGS FOR HERDS IN THE CARIBOU AND LANCASTER AREAS, STARTED SATURDAY (AND CONTINUES THROUGH SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15TH).