LOCAL NEWS - FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2018
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Posted on 02-02-2018
THE MINNESOTA SUPER BOWL HOST COMMITTEE HAS AWARDED FIVE-POINT-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS OVER THE PAST YEAR TO IMPROVE CHILDREN’S HEALTH ACROSS THE STATE.

THE FINAL GRANT WAS AWARDED YESTERDAY TO A MINNEAPOLIS MIDDLE SCHOOL FOR AN ATHLETIC FIELD AND GARDEN.

THAT GRANT FUNDING INCLUDED MONEY FOR ROSEAU’S SOUTH RIVERVIEW PARK PROJECT.

POLARIS C.E.O. SCOTT WINE IS A MEMBER OF THE SUPER BOWL HOST COMMITTEE.



A REGULAR ROSEAU COUNTY RELAY FOR LIFE MEETING IS MONDAY EVENING (5:30 PM) AT BEAR AND BEAN IN ROSEAU.



A MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL FOR DOROTHY HOVDE OF BAUDETTE IS TOMORROW MORNING AT ELEVEN AT SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH IN BAUDETTE. VISITATION IS THIS EVENING (5-7 PM) WITH A 6:30 PM ROSARY SERVICE AND 7 P.M. VIGIL AT THE CHURCH.
DOROTHY HOVDE WAS 88.



NEXT WEEK IS WINTERFEST AT ROSEAU HIGH SCHOOL.
STUDENTS HAVE A WEEKLONG EFFORT TO COLLECT ART SUPPLIES FOR DONATION TO MINNESOTA CHILDHOOD CANCER HOSPITALS.



THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL MEETS MONDAY EVENING.



THE RED RIVER FARM NETWORK SAYS THERE IS A SENSE OF URGENCY WITH THE 2018 FEDERAL FARM BILL.

KEVIN PAAP, THE PRESIDENT OF THE MINNESOTA FARM BUREAU, SAYS CONGRESS WON’T WANT TO BE WORKING ON THE FARM BILL AS THEY GET INTO ELECTION SEASON.



THE SECTION 8A ONE ACT PLAY COMPETITION IS TOMORROW AT THE ROSEAU SCHOOL THEATRE.
ROSEAU AND WARROAD ARE TWO OF THE EIGHT TEAMS COMPETING.



A DAVID JOHNSON VINTAGE SNO-CAT SPECTACULAR IS TODAY AND TOMORROW IN ROSEAU.



CANDLELIGHT SKIING, HIKING AND SNOWSHOEING IS TOMORROW EVENING AT ZIPPEL BAY STATE PARK.
CANDLELIGHT SNOWSHOEING IS A WEEK FROM TOMORROW AT HAYES LAKE STATE PARK.



THE AMERICAN RED CROSS AND RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM ARE PARTNERING TO PROVIDE AND INSTALL SMOKE DETECTORS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS IN ROSEAU COUNTY. SENIOR CITIZENS WHO DON’T HAVE SMOKE DETECTORS ON EVERY LEVEL OF THEIR HOME, OR WHOSE SMOKE DETECTORS ARE MORE THAN TEN YEARS OLD, ARE ELIGIBLE.

ROSEAU COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGER SUE GRAFSTROM HAS MORE INFORMATION; 463-3375 or sue.grafstrom@co.roseau.mn.us



SEVEN CLANS CASINO’S HAS STARTED A SIX MILLION DOLLAR RENOVATION AT THEIR THIEF RIVER FALLS LOCATION. THE CASINO OPENED IN 1992.
IT’S EXPECTED THE WORK WILL BE DONE BY JUNE; THE HOTEL REMAINS OPEN DURING THE RENOVATION PROCESS.