LOCAL NEWS - TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2018
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Posted on 06-05-2018
THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, LAST NIGHT, TALKED ABOUT THE NUMBER OF UN-MOWED LAWNS. CITY SUPERINTENDENT DAVID DROWN SAID “THE CITY HAS NEVER LOOKED AS BAD AS THIS YEAR”. THE COUNCIL WILL CONSIDER AMENDING IT’S NUISANCE ORDINANCE, ALLOWING CITY WORKERS TO MOW PROBLEMS YARDS, AND FINE AND BILL THE PROPERTY OWNERS.


THE COUNCIL ALSO ACKNOWLEDGED DONATIONS FOR THE RIVERVIEWE PARK GAZEBO CONCERT FUND, INCLUDING FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FROM STOSKOPF REDI-MIX OF ROSEAU. OTHER DONORS INCLUDED JON AND VIVIAN MILLER; RICK AND PAM HETTEEN; E.S. AND C.J. ERICKSON; AND KARL MANUFACTURING SOLUTIONS.

THE MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IS TAKING LOAN APPLICATIONS FROM EARLY-STAGE BUSINESSES THAT ARE DEVELOPING HIGH-TECH PRODUCTS OR SERVICES IN THE STATE.


A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR HELEN PALMQUIST OF WARROAD IS TODAY AT NOON AT THE WARROAD SENIOR LIVING CENTER CHAPEL. BURIAL IS AT RIVERSIDE CEMETERY IN WARROAD. HELEN PALMQUIST WAS 88.

MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR MARVIN BRATLAND OF STRATHCONA ARE THIS MORNING AT ELEVEN AT GIESEKE FUNERAL CHAPEL OF GREENBUSH.
MARVIN BRATLAND WAS 57.


A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MARY ANN OTTO OF HOLT IS TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT TWO AT NAZARETH LUTHERAN CHURCH IN HOLT. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR. MARY ANN OTTO WAS 78.


MIDWEST SOYBEAN FARMERS ARE WORRIED ABOUT ON-GOING TARIFF TALKS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND CHINA. SETH NAEVE IS AN AGRONOMIST AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA; HE SAYS SOYBEANS ARE MORE DEPENDENT ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE THAN ANY OTHER U.S. GROWN CROP UNCERTAINTY IN THE MARKET HAS ALREADY CAUSED CHINA TO INCREASE SOYBEAN PURCHASES FROM CANADA AND BRAZIL.


U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION HELD AN EVENT FOR ROSEAU FOURTH GRADERS IN LATE MAY, WHERE THOSE ELEMENTARY STUDENTS WERE SHOWN A DAY IN THE LIFE OF THE C.B.P. AMONG THOSE DEMONSTRATING WAS C.B.P. OFFICER TREVOR HAMMER OF ROSEAU.


‘WIC’ CLINICS ARE TODAY IN HALLOCK; TOMORROW AT THE WARROAD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER; AND THURSDAY IN RED LAKE FALLS.


RIVERVIEW RECOVERY CENTER IN ROSEAU HOSTS A PUBLIC TRAINING ON NALOXONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON (3:30-5 PM).


RANDY ANDERSON FROM THE MINNETONKA-BASED STEVE RUMMLER HOPE NETWORK IS THE PRESENTER ANDERSON WILL SHOW, AMONG OTHER THINGS, HOW TO RECOGNIZE THE SIGNS OF AN OPIOID OVERDOSE.


HAYES LAKE STATE PARK (SOUTHEAST OF ROSEAU) HAS BEEN A STAND-ALONE PARK SINCE MARCH, AFTER PREVIOUSLY SHARING MANAGEMENT WITH LAKE BRONSON STATE PARK. JACK PELLINEN IS THE MANAGER AT HAYES.