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LOCAL NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 5, 2019

07/05/2019

MINNKOTA POWER CREWS WILL BE DOING MAINTENANCE ON THE POLARIS SUBSTATION THIS AFTERNOON  (1 PM)  FOR ABOUT TWO HOURS.

THAT WILL AFFECT ROSEAU ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE CUSTOMERS IN STOKES,  STAFFORD,  SPRUCE,  ROSS,  MALUNG AND JADIS TOWNSHIPS.

 

A GRAND OPENING OF THE NEW LAKE OF THE WOODS ARENA IN BAUDETTE IS TOMORROW.

 

MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR CLAUDIA PEARSON OF ROSEAU ARE TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT TWO  AT FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH IN KARLSTAD.  VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR.

CLAUDIA PEARSON WAS 58.

 

A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR HAROLD PETERSON OF MIDDLE RIVER IS MONDAY MORNING AT ELEVEN AT FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH OF MIDDLE RIVER.   VISITATION IS SUNDAY EVENING  (5-7 PM)  WITH A SEVEN O’CLOCK PRAYER SERVICE AT THE CHURCH.

HAROLD PETERSON WAS  78.

 

MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR JOSEPH ROLLER OF GRAND FORKS ARE MONDAY MORNING AT ELEVEN AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN ROSEAU.   A GRAVESIDE SERVICE IS MONDAY AFTERNOON AT FOUR AT MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY IN GRAND FORKS.

JOSEPH ROLLER WAS  95.

 

A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BARBARA BERGERON OF BAUDETTE IS THIS AFTERNOON AT TWO  AT SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH IN BAUDETTE.   VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR.

BARB BERGERON WAS  78.

 

A CELEBRATION OF LIFE FOR ROGER DOROW OF WILLIAMS IS TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT  3:30  AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN BAUDETTE.

ROGER DOROW WAS  74.

 

FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF SANDRA HUERD OF WARROAD ARE INVITED TO REGULAR MASS TOMORROW EVENING AT SIX AT ST MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH IN WARROAD.  A CAKE AND COFFEE FELLOWSHIP FOLLOWS.

SANDY HUERD WAS  75.

 

4TH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS CONTINUE TODAY THIS EVENING IN WARROAD.  WHERE A  MOVIE IN THE PARK FEATURES  “MARY POPPINS RETURNS”.  THAT’S HOSTED BY TEAM  ‘EPIC’.

IN GREENBUSH, THERE ARE FREE ROOT BEER FLOATS THIS AFTERNOON AT BORDER STATE BANK AND WOJO’S RODEO TONIGHT.

IN GREENBUSH TOMORROW,  THERE IS A MORNING 5K WALK AND RUN …  A CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT AT NOON …  WOJO’S RODEO … AND RACING AT GREENBUSH RACE PARK.

 

THE UNITED STATES INVENTORY OF HOGS AND PIGS WAS JUST OVER SEVENTY-FIVE MILLION IN JUNE;  THAT’S FOUR PERCENT MORE THAN A YEAR AGO,  AND THE HIGHEST JUNE NUMBER SINCE REPORTING BEGAN IN  1964. MINNESOTA HOG NUMBERS WERE UP TWO PERCENT.

 

THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL,  THIS WEEK,  STARTED AN ABATEMENT PROCESS FOR THE FORMER BUDD HOSPITAL BUILDING AT THE CORNER OF MAIN AVENUE AND HIGHWAY ELEVEN. THAT’S DUE TO CONCERNS OVER PIECES OF THE BUILDING FALLING OFF.

 

THE ROSEAU SCHOOL BOARD HAS RENEWED IT’S SCHOOL DISTRICT LITERACY PLAN; THAT READING WELL BY 3RD GRADE PLAN IS MANDATED.

 

54 YEAR OLD TERRY FISCHER OF GRYGLA WAS TAKEN TO A THIEF RIVER FALLS HOSPITAL WITH NON-LIFE THREATENING INJURIES AFTER A SINGLE VEHICLE CRASH YESTERDAY MORNING AT SEVEN A.M. ON HIGHWAY 89,  TEN MILES EAST OF GRYGLA. SHE LOST CONTROL OF HER THUNDERBIRD AND RAN OFF THE ROAD.

 

THE PERSONAL FINANCE WEBSITE  WalletHub  SAYS CONNECTICUT IS THE MOST ENERGY EXPENSIVE STATE IN THE NATION,  FOLLOWED BY WYOMING AND ALASKA.

THE LEAST ENERGY EXPENSIVE STATES,  BASED ON A VARIETY OF RESIDENTIAL ENERGY TYPES,  ARE COLORADO AND WASHINGTON.

MINNESOTA IS  23RD, AND NORTH DAKOTA IS  29TH.

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