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LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 2020

01/13/2020

A BILL WHICH WOULD HAVE REQUIRED MINNESOTA UTILITIES TO MOVE AWAY FROM FOSSIL FUEL SOURCES FAILED IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE LAST YEAR;
BUT IT’S BEING RESURRECTED BECAUSE SENATE REPUBLICAN DAVID OSMEK OF MOUND (WHO CHAIRS THE ENERGY AND UTILITIES COMMITTEE) SAYS HE WILL SUPPORT A SIMILAR PLAN THIS YEAR.
GREGG MAST LEADS THE NONPROFIT GROUP CLEAN ENERGY ECONOMY MINNESOTA.
HE SAYS THE DIFFERENCE THIS YEAR IS THE INCLUSION OF NUCLEAR POWER AS A CLEAN ENERGY SOURCE.

 

THE RED RIVER FARM NETWORK SAYS THE PRICE OF LATE MODEL USED MACHINERY IS HOLDING STEADY AT FARM AUCTIONS.
THE NUMBER OF RETIREMENT AUCTIONS EXCEEDS THE NUMBER OF FORCED FARM SALES.

 

THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD IS FORMING A SUBCOMMITTEE TO CONSIDER THE RAMIFICATIONS OF BECOMING A 2ND AMENDMENT SANCTUARY COUNTY.

 

THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, LAST WEEK, MADE COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS. CITY SUPERINTENDENT DAVID DROWN ASKED THE COUNCIL TO RE-FORM AN ARENA COMMITTEE.

THE ROSEAU SCHOOL BOARD MEETS THIS EVENING.
SUPERINTENDENT TOM JEROME ALSO SERVES ON THE MINNESOTA STATE HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
AND IS A STRONG PROPONENT OF EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES.

 

THE MINNESOTA  D.N.R.  HAS HIRED A FEDERAL TRAPPER TO CATCH AND  RADIO COLLAR TIMBERWOLVES IN THE RED LAKE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA.

THAT’S PART OF A WOLF POPULATION ESTIMATE   THE AGENCY DOES EVERY YEAR.

MINNESOTA’S WOLF POPULATION IS ESTIMATED AT ABOUT 27 HUNDRED ANIMALS.

 

FORMER WILD 102 SPORTSCASTER RYAN NELSON IS WORKING FOR THE CARSON WENTZ FOUNDATION, CALLED A O 1 (or, AUDIENCE OF ONE).
NELSON MET WENTZ WHILE WORKING IN MEDIA AT NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY.
RYAN NELSON SAYS THE WENTZ FOUNDATION IS WORKING ON A SPORTS COMPLEX IN HAITI …. “THY KINGDOM CRUMB”, A MOBILE FOOD TRUCK … AND OUTDOOR MINISTRY IN THE MIDWEST.

 

THE MINNESOTA  D.N.R.  WANTS TO FILL ABOUT TWO HUNDRED PAID SUMMER INTERNSHIPS.

INTERNS WOULD WORK TWENTY TO FORTY HOURS PER WEEK,  DOING EVERYTHING FROM ACCOUNTING TO WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT.

 

 

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