LOCAL NEWS - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2018
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Posted on 06-06-2018
A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MARY ANN (TESAREK) OTTO OF HOLT IS THIS AFTERNOON AT TWO AT NAZARETH LUTHERAN CHURCH IN HOLT. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR. MARY ANN OTTO WAS 78.

THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, THIS WEEK, APPOINTED FOURTEEN RESIDENTS AS ELECTION JUDGES FOR THE AUGUST PRIMARY AND NOVEMBER GENERAL ELECTIONS.
MARY FOLEY IS THE HEAD JUDGE.

A REPORT FROM TWIN CITIES BUSINESS SAYS A LABOR SHORTAGE IS STARTING TO AFFECT MINNESOTA’S EMPLOYMENT GROWTH. UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE STATE IS AT A SEVENTEEN YEAR LOW, BUT THUS FAR IN 2018 THE STATE ISN’T CREATING MANY NEW JOBS.
STEVE HINE, FROM THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, SAYS A TIGHTENING LABOR MARKET IS ONE OF THE BIGGEST FACTORS.

THE ROSEAU HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT HAS CREATED A VISION STATEMENT, AFTER A YEAR OF MEETINGS WITH RAMS’ HEAD COACHES.

THE VISION STATEMENT SAYS, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE DEPARTMENT “STRIVES TO CREATE INDIVIDUALS WHO WILL BE ABLE TO DEVELOP THE PHYSICAL, MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL TOOLS TO PROMOTE SUCCESS IN ATHLETICS AND THEIR PERSONAL LIVES”.

A ‘WIC’ CLINIC IS TODAY AT THE WARROAD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER, AND TOMORROW IN RED LAKE FALLS.

ROSEAU COUNTY 4H SUMMER PROGRAMMING STARTS TOMORROW WITH AN OUTDOOR AND FARM SAFETY CAMP AT THE PIONEER FARM; AND CONTINUES THROUGH THE SUMMER WITH OTHER PROGRAMS AT THE ROSEAU CITY PARK Summer 4H - general “four h program”
SANDI WEILAND IS ROSEAU COUNTY’S 4H PROGRAM COORDINATOR.

SLEEPY V’S DONUTS IN NORTHEAST MINNEAPOLIS HAS A ROSEAU CONNECTION; ONE OF THE PARTNERS IN THAT NEIGHBORHOOD SHOP IS FORMER ROSEAU RESIDENT KIAH GUMERINGER.

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR SUSAN HAGE OF ROSEAU (AND FORMERLY OF WARROAD) ARE MONDAY AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN ROSEAU. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR. SUSAN HAGE WAS 57.

POLARIS RZR FACTORY RACING WON THE 50TH BAJA 500 FOR A SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR.

THE ROSEAU COUNTY 4H FAIR PROJECT REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS JUNE 15TH.
ALL 4H PROJECTS ARE ENTERED ONLINE. THE COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICE HAS MORE INFORMATION (463-1052).

U.S. SENATORS AMY KLOBUCHAR (D/ MINN) AND JOHN HOEVEN (R/ ND) HAVE INTRODUCED LEGISLATION INTENDED TO HELP RURAL BUSINESSES ACCESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS, AND INCREASE EXPORTS. THE LEGISLATION WOULD ESTABLISH A RURAL EXPORT CENTER.

THE SPLASH PAD AT SOUTH RIVERVIEW PARK IN ROSEAU WAS CLOSED YESTERDAY, AND WILL BE CLOSED TODAY FOR MAINTENANCE.