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Local News Monday April 15 2019

04/15/2019

THE ROSEAU SCHOOL BOARD MEETS THIS EVENING. AMONG OTHER BUSINESS,  THEY’RE EXPECTED TO APPROVED A SURVEY OF DISTRICT RESIDENTS AHEAD OF POSSIBLE RENOVATION  AND/OR CONSTRUCTION ON THE OLDEST PARTS OF THE HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING ….ROSEAU SCHOOL BOARD CHAIR PETE KVIEN.

THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD,  LAST WEEK,  APPROVED SUPPORT FOR A ROSEAU RIVER WATERSHED GRANT APPLICATION.

THE WATERSHED DISTRICT IS LOOKING FOR STATE MONEY FOR A STUDY OF A POTENTIAL PROJECT ON THE ARPIN DITCH IN THE LOST RIVER STATE FOREST.

DISTRICT TECHNICIAN TORIN McCORMACK SAYS THE GOAL IS “STORING WATER ON PUBLIC LANDS”  IN THAT AREA NORTHEAST OF ROSEAU.

THE QUIN COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES BOARD MEETS THIS AFTERNOON IN NEWFOLDEN.

AN ANNUAL MESSIAH LUTHERAN CHURCH MEN’S CLUB GOOD FRIDAY WALLEYE FISH FRY IS THIS FRIDAY  (4:30-7 PM)  IN ROSEAU.

LIFECARE MEDICAL CENTER IS SPONSORING MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID CLASSES TOMORROW  AT SEVEN CLANS CASINO IN WARROAD;  AND APRIL 29TH AT LIFECARE IN ROSEAU. EXPERTS SAY YOU ARE MORE LIKELY TO ENCOUNTER SOMEBODY IN AN EMOTIONAL OR MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS,  THEN SOMEBODY HAVING A HEART ATTACK

THE ROSEAU RIVER CRESTED AT NEARLY SEVENTEEN FEET EARLY LAST WEEK IN THE CITY OF ROSEAU;  AND THE EAST DIVERSION WAS FUNCTIONING FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE IT’S COMPLETION IN  2015. IN EXTREME NORTHWEST MINNESOTA, RIVERS ALSO ROSE;  BUT DAN MONEY,  THE TWO RIVERS WATERSHED DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR,  SAYS THE SPRING FLOOD COULD HAVE BEEN WORSE ….

THE FOURTOWN/ GRYGLA SPORTSMANS CLUB MEETS TOMORROW EVENING        ( 7 PM )  AT THE THIEF RIVER FALLS AMERICAN LEGION CLUB.

THE MINNESOTA D.N.R.  IS ACCEPTING PUBLIC COMMENT THROUGH TOMORROW ON A PROPOSED ADDITION TO THE ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE TRAIL SYSTEM IN BELTRAMI COUNTY.THE  TIMBER TRAIL WOULD BE A  128 MILE SYSTEM USING EXISTING ROADS, AN EXISTING  A-T-V TRAIL AND A CONNECTION TRAIL.

THE WARROAD BACKPACK PROGRAM WAS BOLSTERED LAST WEEK BY  245 MEALS SERVED AS A FUNDRAISER FOR THAT EFFORT, WHICH PROVIDES WEEKEND FOOD FOR NINETY ELEMENTARY STUDENTS IN THE WARROAD DISTRICT.

THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD MEETS TOMORROW WITH MINNESOTA  D.N.R. COMMISSIONER SARAH STROMMEN;WHO SUCCEEDED TOM LANDWEHR IN THE GOVERNOR WALZ ADMINISTRATION.

ROSEAU MAYOR JEFF PELOWSKI AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR TODD PETERSON WERE IN WASHINGTON,  DC LAST WEEK;  ON THE REDUCED HOURS AT THE ROSEAU AND LANCASTER PORTS OF ENTRY AT THE CANADIAN HOURS. ROSEAU HOURS WERE REDUCED IN JANUARY OF 2018 BY CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION.CONGRESSMAN COLLIN PETERSON ARRANGED A MEETING WITH CITY OFFICIALS AND  C.B.P. AND THE CHAIR OF THE HOUSE HOMELAND SECURITY COMMITTEE  (MISSISSIPPI REPUBLICAN CONGRESSMAN BENNY THOMPSON).THOMPSON TOLD THE C.B.P. AGENCY FOLKS HE EXPECTS A REPORT ON THE RATIONALE FOR THE DECISION BY MAY FIRST. THE LOCAL CONTINGENT WAS ALSO JOINED BY CANADIAN MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT TED FALK OF STEINBACH, MANITOBA.

A CELEBRATION OF LIFE VISITATION FOR JESSICA BAGLIEN OF ROSEAU IS SATURDAY FROM ELEVEN TO ONE  AT ROSE FREE LUTHERAN CHURCH,  WEST OF ROSEAU. JESSICA BAGLIEN WAS  46.

MEMORIAL SERVICES ARE PENDING,  SOMETIME EARLY THIS SUMMER,  FOR BETTY FROHREICH OF BAUDETTE –  AT FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH IN BAUDETTE. BETTY FROHREICH WAS  85.

 

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