LOCAL NEWS - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2017
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Posted on 10-11-2017
MOE LUTHERAN CHURCH SENIOR HIGH YOUTH WILL BE TRICK-OR-TREATING FOR NON-PERISHABLE FOODS FOR THE ROSEAU FOOD SHELF THIS EVENING IN ROSEAU.




THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD, YESTERDAY, RECEIVED THEIR 2016 AUDIT CONFERENCE FROM COLLEEN HOFFMAN, WITH THE AUDIT FIRM OF HOFFMAN, PHILIPP AND KNUTSON.

SHE SAID THE COUNTY RECEIVED AN UNQUALIFIED OPINION, WHICH IS THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE AND CALLED THE COUNTY’S FINANCIAL POSITION “EXCELLENT”.

ROSEAU COUNTY HAD ABOUT TWELVE-POINT-THREE MILLION DOLLARS IN THE BANK AT THE END OF 2016.




U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION RECENTLY HONORED TWO IMMIGRATION INSPECTORS WHO WERE SHOT AND KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY EIGHTY-SEVEN YEARS AGO.

37 YEAR OLD LAWRENCE JONES OF WARROAD AND 34 YEAR OLD LAURENCE DOTEN OF RANIER, MINNESOTA WERE KILLED IN EMO, ONTARIO IN AUGUST OF 1930 - WHILE ON A CANADIAN NATIONAL TRAIN TRAVELING BETWEEN FORT FRANCES, ONTARIO AND WARROAD.

PLAQUES HONORING THE TWO MEN HAVE BEEN PLACED AT THE WARROAD AND RANIER PORTS OF ENTRY.




THE QUIN COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES BOARD MEETS MONDAY AT LIFECARE GREENBUSH MANOR.




MEDICARE OPEN ENROLLMENT RUNS FROM OCTOBER 15 THROUGH DECEMBER 7 AND THE SENIOR LINKAGE LINE WILL HAVE MEETINGS ON MEDICARE OCTOBER 30TH AT THE KARLSTAD SENIOR CENTER; NOVEMBER FIRST AT THE WARROAD SENIOR LIVING CENTER AND NOVEMBER SECOND AT NORTH STAR APARTMENTS IN ROSEAU.




THE SIXTH ANNUAL ROSEAU ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONY WAS SUNDAY AT THE ROSEAU SCHOOL THEATRE.

AMONG THE INDUCTEES WAS FORMER NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUER PAUL BROTEN.

THE OTHER INDUCTEES INCLUDED MARK HUGLEN, MIKE BAUMGARTNER, PAULA BRUSS BAUCK, DANA PAULSON, TERRY GOTZIAMAN AND THE RAMS’ 1990 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP HOCKEY TEAM.




POLARIS IS HOSTING A VIKINGS/ PACKERS TAILGATE PARTY SUNDAY, STARTING AT TEN AT THE ROSEAU AMERICAN LEGION - WITH PROCEEDS GOING TO THE ROSEAU VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT’S FIRE TRUCK FUND.

JANE EVANS, WHO WORKS ON COMMUNITY PROJECTS FOR POLARIS AND SERVES ON THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL.




THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL WILL MEET OCTOBER 23RD AND 24TH TO WORK ON NEXT YEAR’S CITY BUDGET.




THE APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR FUNDING PROPOSALS THROUGH THE LIFECARE HEALTH CARE FUND IS TOMORROW.

THE HEALTHCARE FUND HELPS WITH PROGRAMS, PROJECTS AND SERVICES THAT SUPPORT LOCAL HEALTH CARE.

LIFECARE’S AUNA BRANDT HAS MORE INFORMATION (463-4742).




A SECOND ENTREPRENEUR EXCHANGE IS TOMORROW (Noon to One PM) AT WARROAD’S DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT HUB ON LAKE STREET.

THE FEATURED BUSINESS IS LAKE COUNTRY CHEVROLET.




AN ANNUAL ROSEAU ELEMENTARY BOYS AND GIRLS FALL BASKETBALL CLINIC STARTS NEXT TUESDAY. TRACY BOROWICZ HAS MORE INFORMATION (242-4053).




FIRST UNITED LUTHERAN CHURCH IN ROSEAU HOSTS ITS ANNUAL FALL MEATBALL SUPPER SUNDAY EVENING (4-7 PM).




WORK CONTINUES ON THE GREAT NORTHERN TRANSMISSION LINE, WHICH WILL EVENTUALLY CARRY MANITOBA HYDRO POWER TO THE IRON RANGE. KYLE LARSON, FROM MINNESOTA POWER, SAYS CREWS WILL BE CLEARING RIGHT-OF-WAY IN ROSEAU COUNTY THIS FALL AND WINTER AND THAT COMPLETION OF THE LINE IS LESS THAN THREE YEARS AWAY.

ABOUT FORTY MILES OF THAT LINE WILL CROSS ROSEAU COUNTY, STARTING NORTHWEST OF THE CITY OF ROSEAU.




36 YEAR OLD JASON NELSON OF NEILLSVILLE, MINNESOTA WAS KILLED YESTERDAY MORNING (JUST BEFORE SEVEN A.M.) WHEN HIS CHEVY BLAZER REAR-ENDED A G.M.C. TRACTOR-TRAILER ON HIGHWAY 75 NEAR NEILLSVILLE IN POLK COUNTY.

THE DRIVER OF THE G.M.C. AERO, 21 YEAR OLD DALTON FREDERICKSON OF THIEF RIVER FALLS WAS NOT HURT.




24 YEAR OLD TYLER MOLITOR OF SHEVLIN, MINNESOTA AND TWO PASSENGERS (20 YEAR OLD CHRISTIAN SCHOMMER OF BEMIDJI AND 18 YEAR OLD ASHTON SEIDEL OF LaPORTE) WERE HURT IN A SINGLE VEHICLE ROLLOVER YESTERDAY MORNING (JUST BEFORE SEVEN A.M.) ON HIGHWAY 172, NORTH OF BAUDETTE. ALL WERE TAKEN TO LAKEWOOD HEALTH IN BAUDETTE.




THE MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SAYS MORE HOURS OF DARKNESS INCREASE THE NUMBER OF PEDESTRIAN CRASHES AND FATALITIES IN THE FALL. 26 PEDESTRIANS HAVE BEEN KILLED THIS YEAR, COMPARED WITH 60 FATALITIES IN 2016.




MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR VERNON FRISTAD OF BAUDETTE ARE FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT TWO AT FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH IN BAUDETTE. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR.

VERNON FRISTAD WAS 81.