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LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 9, 2019

05/09/2019

YESTERDAY, THE ROSEAU SCHOOL BOARD UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED A 3 YEAR CONTRACT TO TOM JEROME FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. JEROME IS CURRENTLY SUPERINTENDENT WITH THE GREENBUSH-MIDDLE RIVER AND BADGER DISTRICTS, AND ALSO WAS AN ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL IN ROSEAU FROM 2001-2010.

 

AFTER 121 YEARS THE WARROAD PIONEER HAS PUBLISHED IT’S FINAL EDITION. FINANCIAL STRUGGLES HAVE LED TO THE DISCONTINUATION OF THAT NEWSPAPER. A GRAND FORKS HERALD STORY NOTES THAT SINCE THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF IT’S CLOSING, PUBLICATIONS SUCH AS THE NEW YORK TIMES, AND A DOCUMENTARY CREW FROM TOKYO HAVE BEEN IN TOUCH LOOKING TO SHARE THE STORY AND STRUGGLE OF SMALL TOWN NEWSPAPERS.

 

A CELEBRATION OF LIFE FOR WILLIAM “BILL” HAGEN OF RURAL SALOL WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY (11 AM) AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN ROSEAU. VISITATION WILL BE SUNDAY (5-8 PM) ALSO AT HELGESON’S. INTERMENT WILL BE AT SPRUCE CEMETERY AT A LATER DATE. BILL HAGEN WAS 81.

 

A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLEY DURHAM OF BAUDETTE IS TOMORROW MORNING AT TEN AT FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH IN BAUDETTE. VISITATION IS THIS EVENING (6-8 PM) AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN BAUDETTE. BURIAL IS AT ELM PARK CEMETERY.
CHARLEY DURHAM WAS 86.

 

A MEMORIAL VISITATION FOR MICHAEL “BUGSY” ECKLUND OF BAUDETTE IS TOMORROW FROM FOUR TO SIX P.M., WITH A SIX O’CLOCK PRAYER SERVICE AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN BAUDETTE.
MICHAEL ECKLUND WAS 57.

 

A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HARVEY JOHNSON OF SALOL IS TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT 1:30 AT THE ROSEAU FREE LUTHERAN CHURCH. VISITATION IS THIS EVENING (5-7 PM) WITH A 6:30 PM PRAYER SERVICE AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN ROSEAU; AND AN HOUR PRIOR TO TOMORROW’S SERVICE. BURIAL IS AT NORLAND CEMETERY AT SALOL.
HARVEY JOHNSON WAS 87.

 

A CELEBRATION OF LIFE FOR EVAN PARKHOUSE OF ROCHESTER, MINNESOTA IS SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT ONE AT ST MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH IN WARROAD.
EVAN PARKHOUSE, A WARROAD HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE, WAS 31.

 

A ROSEAU EAGLES SOUP AND SALAD DAY IS TODAY (11-1) AT THE ROSEAU V.F.W. PROCEEDS GO TO THE EAGLES SCHOLARSHIP FUND.

 

ROSEAU FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD GRADERS HAVE THEIR SPRING MUSIC PROGRAMS TODAY (Ten and Two) AT THE SCHOOL THEATRE. DIRECTORS ARE PAM WENZEL AND BONNIE DEHLIN WENSLOFF.

 

NORWEGIAN HERITAGE WEEK STARTS SATURDAY IN THIEF RIVER FALLS.

 

SUMMER HOURS AT THE LANCASTER PORT OF ENTRY START SUNDAY, WHEN THE PORT WILL BE OPEN FROM EIGHT A.M. TO EIGHT P.M.
CURRENT HOURS ARE EIGHT TO SIX.

 

THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, THIS WEEK, HEARD THAT MALUNG TOWNSHIP HASN’T SIGNED IT’S FIRE PROTECTION CONTRACT WITH THE ROSEAU FIRE DEPARTMENT; BUT HAS PAID IT’S FIRST HALF FEE.
COUNCIL MEMBER PAT NOVACEK SAYS AN ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OPINION SAYS CITY FIRE DEPARTMENTS CANNOT RESPOND TO ENTITIES THAT DON’T HAVE A CONTRACT.

 

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