LOCAL NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2017

Posted on 10-12-2017
B & C LINES AT POLARIS DO NOT WORK TODAY AND ARE REMINDED TO CALL THE HOTLINE AT 6 PM THIS EVENING FOR INFORMATION ON WEATHER THEY WILL WORK TOMORROW.




WARROAD’S DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT HUB HOSTS IT’S SECOND ENTREPRENEUR EXCHANGE TODAY (Noon to One PM).

THE EXCHANGE IS INTENDED FOR ENTREPRENEURS, MENTORS AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS TO GATHER AND EDUCATE, ENGAGE AND CONNECT.




POLARIS HOSTS A VIKINGS/ PACKERS TAILGATE PARTY SUNDAY, STARTING AT TEN, AT THE ROSEAU AMERICAN LEGION.

PROCEEDS GO TOWARD A ROSEAU FIRE TRUCK.




A GRAND FORKS HERALD REPORT SAYS GROUSE HUNTING IN NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA HAS SEEN MIXED SUCCESS THIS FALL.

THE REPORT ALSO SAYS GROUSE HUNTING GENERALLY IMPROVES LATER IN THE FALL AS THE FOLIAGE ON THE TREES DECREASES.




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

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




THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD, THIS WEEK, APPROVED APPLICATION FOR STATE GRANT MONEY FOR PURCHASE OF VOTING EQUIPMENT.

COUNTY AUDITOR MARTIE MONSRUD WILL BE APPLYING FOR A SHARE OF SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS AUTHORIZED BY THE MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE.




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




THE MINNESOTA ADULT AND TEEN CHALLENGE CHOIR WILL BE PERFORMING A FREE CONCERT AT THE ROSEAU EVANGELICAL COVENANT CHURCH ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29 DURING THEIR MORNING SERVICE.




LIFECARE PUBLIC HEALTH’S COMMUNITY FLU VACCINE CLINICS START THIS MORNING (9-11 A.M.) AT THE ROSEAU CITY CENTER.

ANOTHER CLINIC IS THIS AFTERNOON (2-3:30 PM) AT THE GREENBUSH COMMUNITY CENTER; WITH TWO MORE TOMORROW IN BADGER AND WARROAD.

HIGH DOSE FLU VACCINES ARE AVAILABLE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS.




THE ROSEAU COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT TEAM WILL HAVE AN EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS MEETING ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 AT 5 PM.

LOCATION OF THE MEETING IS YET TO BE DETERMINED.




MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR VERNON FRISTAD OF BAUDETTE WILL BE HELD TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT TWO AT FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH IN BAUDETTE.
VISITATION WILL BE AN HOUR PRIOR TO THE SERVICE.

VERNON FRISTAD WAS 81.




FUNERAL SERVICES FOR STEPHEN LEWIS OF ROSEAU ARE SATURDAY MORNING AT ELEVEN AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN ROSEAU. VISITATION IS FRIDAY EVENING (5-7 PM) AT HELGESON’S. MILITARY HONORS ARE BY THE ROSEAU MEMORIAL HONOR GUARD.

STEVE LEWIS WAS 58.




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

ELLEN DAVIS WAS 83.




FUNERAL SERVICES FOR KELLY MONSRUD OF ROSEAU WILL BE HELD MONDAY EVENING AT SEVEN AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN ROSEAU. VISITATION WILL BE HELD TWO HOURS PRIOR TO THE SERVICE (5-7 PM).

KELLY MONSRUD WAS 47.




MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR EDWARD A. KLINGER OF ROSEAU WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON AT FOUR AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN ROSEAU. MILITARY HONORS ARE BY THE ROSEAU MEMORIAL HONOR GUARD.

EDWARD KLINGER WAS 64.