LOCAL NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2018

Posted on 05-10-2018
THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, THIS WEEK, HEARD THAT SEVERAL MINNESOTA CITIES (INCLUDING ROSEAU, WARROAD AND MOORHEAD) MET RECENTLY WITH THE MINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY ON NEWLY PROPOSED PHOSPHOROUS LIMITS FOR SEWAGE LAGOON PERMITS. ALL ARE OPPOSED TO THE NEW M.P.C.A. RULEMAKING, WHICH THE CITIES SAY WOULD HAVE NO DETRIMENTAL EFFECT ON LAKE WINNIPEG.



BROTHERS ROSS AND BART SUTTER HAVE A PROGRAM OF MUSIC AND STORIES ON THE HISTORY AND PEOPLE OF NORTHERN MINNESOTA THIS EVENING (6 PM) AT THE ROSEAU CITY CENTER.



ROSEAU FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD GRADERS HAVE THEIR SPRING MUSIC PROGRAM S TODAY (Ten and Two) AT THE ROSEAU SCHOOL THEATRE.
BONNIE DEHLIN WENSLOFF IS THE DIRECTOR.



SPRING CLEANUP WEEK CONTINUES THROUGH TOMORROW IN ROSEAU.



THE ANNUAL ROSEAU COMMUNITY-WIDE GARAGE SALES ARE SATURDAY. MAPS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE ROSEAU CITY CLERK’S OFFICE.



ROSEAU HIGH SCHOOL’S AWARDS BREAKFAST WAS YESTERDAY MORNING.

GABE GRACZA AND VICTORIA JOHNSON EARNED DISTINGUISHED ATHLETE AWARDS. ABBY HUSS EARNED THE SCHOLASTIC EXCELLENCE AWARD.
EMMA WALING AND DALTON HANSON WERE INTRODUCED AS GIRLS AND BOYS STATE REPRESENTATIVES.
McKAYLA CHRISTIANSON AND KATE WENSLOFF RECEIVED ALLISON MARVIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS;
AND TYLER HAUGEN AND MYA HOUGH WERE GIVEN NORFARM SEEDS SCHOLARSHIPS.



U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT, FOR A SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR, HAS RECOGNIZED THE BADGER AND GREENBUSH-MIDDLE RIVER SCHOOLS AS AMONG THE 161 BEST HIGH SCHOOLS IN MINNESOTA.
CRITERIA INCLUDES MATH AND READING PROFICIENCY TEST SCORES AND STUDENT GRADUATION RATES.



A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GLEN HENDRICKSON OF GREENBUSH IS SATURDAY MORNING AT TEN AT BETHEL LUTHERAN CHURCH OF GREENBUSH.
VISITATION IS TOMORROW EVENING AFTER SIX, WITH A SEVEN O’CLOCK PRAYER SERVICE AT THE CHURCH.
GLEN HENDRICKSON WAS 86.



THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD, THIS WEEK, SAW BOARD CHAIR GLENDA PHILLIPE ADMINISTER THE OATH OF OFFICE TO VETERANS SERVICE OFFICER MARTIN HOWES. THAT’S A FOUR YEAR APPOINTMENT.