LOCAL NEWS - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 2018
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Posted on 03-07-2018
THE GREENBUSH/BADGER LIONS CLUB WILL BE SERVING A PANCAKE BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER FOR HARVEST FOR HUNGER SUNDAY (9:30-1) AT THE BADGER COMMUNITY CENTER. HARVEST FOR HUNGER IS A PROGRAM OF C-H-S AG SERVICES.
PROCEEDS GO TO LOCAL FOOD SHELVES.



A ST PATRICK’S BINGO NIGHT IS MARCH 17TH AT THE BADGER COMMUNITY CENTER.



OUR REDEEMER’S LUTHERAN CHURCH IN BADGER HAS IT’S SECOND ANNUAL SPRING WAWLLEYE FISH FRY MARCH 23RD.



ROSEAU POLICE CHIEF WARD ANDERSON PRESENTED HIS ANNUAL REPORT TO THE CITY COUNCIL THIS WEEK;
SAYING MENTAL HEALTH TRANSPORTS WERE UP IN 2017, WHILE THEFTS WERE DOWN.

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS IN THE CITY HAVE BEEN AROUND SEVENTY THE PAST TWO YEARS, AFTER SUCCESSIVE YEARS OF MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED EARLIER THIS DECADE.



A U.C.L.A. STUDY SAYS THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WITH ALZHEIMER’S SYMPTOMS WILL DOUBLE BY THE YEAR 2060. A SYMPOSIUM LAST WEEKEND IN ST PAUL FOCUSSED ON DEMENTIA RESEARCH.
KENDRA BINGER, FROM THE FARGO OFFICE OF THE ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION, SAYS THERE ARE WAYS TO REDUCE THE RISK FACTOR FOR DEMENTIA.



THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD HAS RESOLVED TO SUPPORT CORRIDORS OF COMMERCE IMPROVEMENTS ON HIGHWAY ELEVEN, INCLUDING SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS AT THE AIRPORT CURVES EAST OF ROSEAU.

SUPPORT FOR THOSE IMPROVEMENTS WAS ALSO OFFERED BY THE CITIES OF WARROAD AND ROSEAU.



THE ROSEAU V.F.W. POST AUXILIARY IS INVITING VIETNAM VETERANS TO A MARCH 12TH DINNER,
IN RECOGNITION OF NATIONAL VIETNAM WAR VETERANS DAY. R.S.V.P. TO JoANN AT 463-2518.



A STAKEHOLDERS GROUP WORKING ON A PROPOSED ROSEAU RIVER TRAIL MEETS MONDAY AFTERNOON AT THE ROSEAU RIVER WATERSHED OFFICE; WHERE THEY’LL TALK ABOUT A SURVEY SENT BY REBECCA LUNDGREN TO ABOUT ONE HUNDRED SIXTY RESIDENTS WHO LIVE ALONG THE RIVER.
THE GROUP IS HOPING FOR AN OFFICIAL TRAIL OF REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE DESIGNATION FOR THE ROSEAU RIVER.



A MINN POST STORY SAYS THE SNOWMOBILE MARKET HAS BECOME STAGNANT.

SNOWMOBILE-RELATED REVENUE FOR POLARIS INDUSTRIES REPRESENTS EIGHT PERCENT OF THE COMPANY’S SALES.
POLARIS HAS TWENTY-SEVEN PERCENT OF THE MARKET SHARE IN THE SNOWMOBILE INDUSTRY.

THE MINN POST STORY SAYS THE NUMBER OF REGISTERED SNOWMOBILES IN MINNESOTA PEAKED AT NEARLY THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND IN 2001; THERE ARE NOW FEWER THAN TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND REGISTERED IN THE STATE.

A POLARIS SPOKESPERSON TELLS MINN POST THE COMPANY’S INTRODUCTION LAST MONTH OF THE INDY EVO, AIMED AT NEW RIDERS, IS HOPED TO BOLSTER SALES.



MINNESOTA GOVERNOR MARK DAYTON IS PROPOSING A NEW GROUNDWATER PROTECTION MEASURE AIMED AT REDUCING NITRATE LEVELS.

MINNESOTA AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER DAVE FREDERICKSON SAYS THE NEW RULE CAME OUT OF SEVENTEEN PUBLIC MEETINGS WITH FARMERS AND LANDOWNERS.

MORE PUBLIC HEARINGS ARE SCHEDULED THIS SUMMER.
NORTHERN MINNESOTA WOULD NOT BE AFFECTED BY THE PROPOSAL.



SPEAKER LIZ CURTIS HIGGS APPEARS APRIL 14TH AT THE ROSEAU HIGH SCHOOL GYM, WITH A MESSAGE OF GOD’S ENDLESS HOPE. KECIA STROOT, IN ROSEAU, HAS MORE INFORMATION.