INITIAL COMPLAINT REPORTS TO THE ROSEAU POLICE DEPARTMENT DROPPED FOUR PERCENT FROM 2017 TO 2018. THOSE RANGE FROM ASSAULTS TO NOISE COMPLAINTS TO NSF CHECKS. POLICE CHIEF WARD ANDERSON SAYS THE WORKLOAD WAS VERY SIMILAR LAST YEAR, WHEN COMPARED WITH PREVIOUS YEARS IN ROSEAU
A POLARIS 65TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION IN ROSEAU IS TENTATIVELY SET FOR SEPTEMBER 28TH.
THE ROSEAU CITY PARK OPENED FOR THE SEASON LAST WEEK. NOT ALL FACILITIES ARE OPEN AS OF YET.
THE ROSEAU SCHOOL DISTRICT WILL MAIL AN EXTENSIVE SURVEY TO DISTRICT RESIDENTS THIS WEEK, ASKING FOR INPUT ON A PROPOSED BUILDING OR RENOVATION PROJECT AT THE ROSEAU HIGH SCHOOL
MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR HARLAN GREENE OF WARROAD WILL BE HELD SATURDAY (1 PM) AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN WARROAD. MILITARY HONORS BY THE WARROAD AMERICAN LEGION. HARLAN GREENE DIED ON JANUARY 22ND AT THE AGE OF 92.
WIC CLINICS FOR THE MONTH OF MAY ARE NEXT WEEK ON MONDAY IN NEWFOLDEN, TUESDAY IN HALLOCK, WEDNESDAY IN WARROAD, AND THURSDAY IN RED LAKE FALLS.
LOCAL AUTHOR ALEDA J. MARSHALL WILL BE AT THE ROSEAU PUBLIC LIBRARY ON THRUSDAY, FOR A PRESENTATION AT 6:30 PM. SHE IS A CHRISTIAN NON-FICTION AUTHOR. SHE’S AUTHORED 10 BOOKS, AND RECENTLY RELOCATED TO ROSEAU FROM FLORIDA.
THE HOUSE DEMOCRATS ARE EXPECTED TO APPROVE THEIR TRANSPORTATION BILL WHICH WILL INCREASE THE GAS TAX BY 20 CENTS PER GALLON, GIVING MINNESOTA THE 4TH HIGHEST GAS TAX IN THE COUNTRY. REPUBLICANS ARGUE THAT MINNESOTANS CAN’T AFFORD THIS AND OTHER TRANSPORTATION RELATED TAX INCREASES, WHILE DEMOCRATS ARGUE THEY NEED TO REPLACE FUNDS LOST ON THE REPUBLICAN DECISION ON ROAD AND BRIDGE PROJECTS WITHOUT THE TAX INCREASE.
The Minnesota Senate has voted to close a loophole in state law that prevents people who rape a spouse from being prosecuted for criminal sexual conduct. The unanimous vote came after Sen. Michelle Benson paid tribute to Jenny Teeson, who testified how the loophole forced prosecutors to drop a rape charge against her husband. The House is expected to concur and send it to Gov. Tim Walz for his signature.
Minneapolis has run into a problem in its effort to drop the name of pro-slavery Southerner and former Vice President John C. Calhoun from a city lake. The state Court of Appeals ruled Monday that the Department of Natural Resources did not have the authority to change the name of Lake Calhoun. DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr last year ordered the lake’s name revert to its original Dakota name
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