LOCAL NEWS - TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2017
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Posted on 10-10-2017
MINNESOTA EDUCATION COMMISSIONER BRENDA CASSELIUS WAS IN ROSEAU, BADGER AND GREENBUSH SCHOOLS YESTERDAY AS PART OF A TOUR OF NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA.

IN ROSEAU, CASSELIUS VISITED THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, SAW A HIGH SCHOOL CAREER FAIR AND TOURED THE INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT.

THE COMMISSIONER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IS IN THIEF RIVER FALLS TODAY.




MOE LUTHERAN CHURCH SENIOR HIGH YOUTH WILL BE TRICK-OR-TREATING IN ROSEAU TOMORROW EVENING, FOR CANNED GOODS FOR THE ROSEAU AREA FOOD SHELF.




THE AMERICAN RED CROSS AND RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM ARE PARTNERING TO INSTALL SMOKE DETECTORS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS IN ROSEAU.

THE R-S-V-P HANDYMAN PROGRAM WILL INSTALL THOSE DETECTORS FOR SENIORS WHO DON’T HAVE THEM ON EVERY LEVEL OF THEIR HOME, OR IF THOSE SMOKE DETECTORS ARE MORE THAN TEN YEARS OLD.

ROSEAU COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGER SUE GRAFSTROM HAS MORE INFORMATION (463-3375).




THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, LAST WEEK, TALKED ABOUT AIRPORT HANGAR LEASE ARRANGEMENTS WITH POLARIS, VALLEY MED-FLIGHT AND MINNESOTA D.N.R. FIRE-WATCH.

THE THREE ENTITIES ARE INTERESTED IN OFFICE SPACE AT THE AIRPORT.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR TODD PETERSON SAYS THAT SPACE WOULD NOT BE COVERED BY THE FEDERAL GRANT DOLLARS THAT PAY FOR MOST AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION.




THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING PROPOSALS FOR LIFECARE HEALTH CARE FUND GRANTS IS THURSDAY.

THE FUND SUPPORTS PROGRAMS, PROJECTS AND SERVICES THAT SUPPORT LOCAL HEALTH CARE.

APPLICATIONS CAN BE FOUND ONLINE AT THE LIFECARE WEBSITE (www.lifecaremedicalcenter.org) OR FROM AUNA BRANDT AT LIFECARE MEDICAL CENTER.




A PANCAKE BENEFIT FOR REINHART ZARLING OF BADGER, TO HELP DEFRAY MEDICAL EXPENSES, IS SUNDAY (9:30-1) AT THE BADGER COMMUNITY CENTER.

IT’S SPONSORED BY THE GREENBUSH-BADGER LIONS CLUB.




MINNESOTA D.N.R. FISHERIES ARE CREATING A LAKE OF THE WOODS FISHERIES INPUT GROUP.

BAUDETTE AREA FISHERIES SUPERVISOR PHIL TALMAGE SAYS THE GROUP WILL PROVIDE GUIDANCE TO UPDATE THE LAKE OF THE WOODS FISHERIES MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS.

TALMAGE SAYS THE GROUP WILL LOOK AT WALLEYE AND SAUGER MANAGEMENT AND SPORT FISH POPULATION OBJECTIVES, AMONG OTHER THINGS.




THE ROSEAU SCHOOL HAS BEEN CELEBRATING “RAM” PRIDE THIS MONTH.

ROSEAU ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL WAYNE LePARD.




THE AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION SAYS AIR QUALITY IN MINNESOTA IS IMPROVING.

FOURTEEN COUNTIES HAVE AIR-QUALITY MONITORS, AND THIRTEEN RECEIVE PASSING GRADES FOR OZONE POLLUTION.

ROBERT MOFFITT, FROM THE AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION, SAYS MINNESOTA’S AIR QUALITY IS MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION.

SOME OF THE LOWEST LEVELS OF YEAR-ROUND PARTICLE POLLUTION ARE FOUND IN CLAY AND WILKIN COUNTIES.




A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR IRENE ADAMS OF WARROAD IS THIS AFTERNOON AT TWO AT THE WARROAD BAPTIST CHURCH. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR. BURIAL IS AT AMERICA CEMETERY, NEAR WARROAD.

IRENE ADAMS WAS 93.




MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR ELLEN DAVIS OF BAUDETTE ARE SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT ONE AT WABANICA LUTHERAN CHURCH, NORTH OF BAUDETTE.

ELLEN DAVIS WAS 83.