LOCAL NEWS - WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2017
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Posted on 11-01-2017
THE MINNESOTA SUPER BOWL HOST COMMITTEE LEGACY FUND HAS AWARDED A ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLAR GRANT TO THE CITY OF ROSEAU FOR PHASE TWO OF THE SOUTH RIVERVIEW PARK PROJECT.

POLARIS C.E.O. SCOTT WINE WAS IN ROSEAU YESTERDAY AT RIVERVIEW PARK FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT.

WORK ON PHASE TWO OF THE PROJECT STARTS NEXT SUMMER, AND WILL INCLUDE A SKATE PARK, REFURBISHED BASKETBALL COURT AND OUTDOOR ICE RINK.



A CELEBRATION OF LIFE FOR DENNIS BUEGLER OF BAUDETTE IS TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT 4:30 AT THE BAUDETTE AMERICAN LEGION CLUB. VISITATION STARTS AT THREE.
DENNIS BUEGLER WAS 46.



A SPAGHETTI BENEFIT FOR DOUG HOVERSON, TO HELP DEFRAY MEDICAL EXPENSES, IS NOVEMBER 18TH AT THE MIDDLE RIVER AMERICAN LEGION.



A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR LINDA BOES-BERNARD OF INTERNATIONAL FALLS IS TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT TWO AT THE RIVER OF GOD CHURCH IN BIG FALLS. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR.
LINDA BOES-BERNARD WAS 59.



A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE KLONDIKE WATER IMPOUNDMENT PROJECT IS THIS AFTERNOON (1 PM) AT THE KITTSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE IN HALLOCK.
THE TWO RIVERS WATERSHED DISTRICT RETENTION PROJECT WOULD BE LOCATED ON THE ROSEAU/ KITTSON COUNTY LINE (BETWEEN GREENBUSH AND LAKE BRONSON).



U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION HAS TOWN HALL MEETINGS TOMORROW EVENING AT THE ROSEAU CITY CENTER, AND MONDAY AT LANCASTER
WHERE THEY WILL TALK ABOUT REDUCED HOURS AT THOSE PORTS OF ENTRY.

CAM FANFULIK, AT THE NORTHWEST REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION, SAYS THOSE REDUCTION (AFFECTING HIGHWAY 59 AT LANCASTER, AND HIGHWAYS 89 AND 11 AT ROSEAU) WILL HAVE A NEGATIVE RESULT.

THE SEATTLE FIELD OFFICE DIRECTOR, MICHELE JAMES, SAID IN A NEWS RELEASE THAT “MINIMAL TRAFFIC WAS A DETERMINING FACTOR FOR THE ADJUSTMENT OF HOURS AT ROSEAU AND LANCASTER”.



THE ROSEAU SCHOOL HOSTS A NOVEMBER 13TH VETERANS DAY PROGRAM, LED BY BOYS STATE AND GIRLS STATE REPRESENTATIVES JONATHAN CAUBLE AND KATE WENSLOFF.



THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD HAS A PUBLIC HEARING NOVEMBER 14TH ON IT’S PROPOSED BUFFER ORDINANCE.

BUFFER RULES GO INTO EFFECT TODAY ON PUBLIC WATERS, AND ROSEAU COUNTY LANDOWNERS ARE NEARLY ONE HUNDRED PERCENT COMPLIANT.

SCOTT JOHNSON, AT THE ROSEAU SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT OFFICE, SAYS NON-COMPLIANCE MAY BE A GREATER ISSUE NEXT YEAR WHEN BUFFER RULES INCLUDE DITCHES.



THE FIREARMS DEER SEASON STARTS SATURDAY IN MINNESOTA.

IN THE NORTHWESTERN CORNER OF MINNESOTA, THE D.N.R. IS ALLOWING HUNTERS TO LEAVE DEER STANDS ON WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREAS THROUGH THE END OF THE YEAR; THAT INCLUDES THE ROSEAU RIVER W.M.A.



A ROSEAU COUNTY PARTNERS EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS MEETING IS THIS EVENING (5 PM) AT THE ROSEAU COUNTY COURTHOUSE.



THE NORTHWEST MINNESOTA SENIOR LINKAGE LINE HAS MEETINGS ON MEDICARE OPEN ENROLLMENT TODAY (9-4) AT THE WARROAD SENIOR LIVING CENTER; AND TOMORROW (9-4) AT NORTH STAR APARTMENTS IN ROSEAU.