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LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

05/07/2019

SURVEYS HAVE BEEN SENT TO ROSEAU SCHOOL DISTRICT RESIDENTS (AND ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ONLINE) FOR INPUT ON A PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OR RENOVATION PROJECT AT ROSEAU HIGH SCHOOL.
A LOCAL TASK FORCE OF ABOUT THIRTY PEOPLE SPENT SEVERAL MONTHS WORKING THROUGH VARIOUS ASPECTS OF THE PROJECT; THE SURVEY ASKS WHAT PORTIONS OF THE PROJECTS THE PUBLIC SUPPORTS, AND AT WHAT COST.

 

A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLEY DURHAM OF BAUDETTE IS FRIDAY MORNING AT TEN AT FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH IN BAUDETTE. VISITATION IS THURSDAY EVENING (6-8 PM) AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN BAUDETTE.
CHARLEY DURHAM WAS 86.

 

A MEMORIAL VISITATION FOR MICHAEL ECKLUND OF BAUDETTE IS FRIDAY AFTERNOON (4-6 PM) WITH A SIX O’CLOCK PRAYER SERVICE AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN BAUDETTE.
MICHAEL “BUGSY” ECKLUND WAS 57.

 

THE ROSEAU SCHOOL VOTED UNANIMOUSLY LAST FRIDAY TO CHOOSE TOM JEROME AS THE DISTRICT’S NEXT SUPERINTENDENT. JEROME WAS ONE OF FOUR FINALISTS FOR THE POSITION.
THE BOARD MEETS TOMORROW (Noon) TO WORK ON, AND PERHAPS FINALIZE JEROME’S CONTRACT.
TOM JEROME IS CURRENTLY SUPERINTENDENT FOR THE BADGER, AND GREENBUSH-MIDDLE RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICTS.

 

THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, LAST NIGHT, VOTED UNANIMOUSLY TO WAIVE A PROPERTY INSURANCE REQUIREMENT FOR A POTENTIAL FOOD VENDOR AT ROSEAU’S SPLASH PARK; CITY ATTORNEY MICHELLE MOREN RECOMMENDED AGAINST THAT WAIVER.
CHARLES ERICKSON, WITH CHUCK’S WAGON, HAS LIABILITY INSURANCE. HE WAS THE ONLY VENDOR INTERESTED IN PROVIDING FOOD SERVICE AT SOUTH RIVERVIEW PARK THIS SUMMER.

 

ROSEAU FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD GRADERS HAVE THEIR SPRING MUSIC PROGRAM THURSDAY (Ten and Two) AT THE SCHOOL THEATRE.
THE FOURTH, FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE PROGRAM IS THE FOLLOWING THURSDAY.
THE PROGRAMS ARE DIRECTED BY BONNIE DEHLIN WENSLOFF AND PAM WENZEL.

 

ROSEAU’S GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM HAS PLAYED IN FIVE STRAIGHT STATE TOURNAMENTS, WINNING A CLASS “AA” CHAMPIONSHIP IN 2017. THAT ROAD THROUGH THE SECTION GETS MORE DIFFICULT NEXT WINTER, WITH SCHOOLS LIKE FERGUS FALLS, PELICAN RAPIDS AND MENAHGA ADDED TO SECTION “AA”.

 

‘WIC’ CLINICS ARE TODAY AT THE KITTSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE IN HALLOCK; TOMORROW AT THE WARROAD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER; AND THURSDAY AT THE RED LAKE FALLS COMMUNITY CENTER.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT ON THE PROPOSED LAKE OF THE WOODS ONE WATERSHED, ONE PLAN WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH JUNE 10TH.
THAT PLAN AFFECTS LAKE OF THE WOODS AND A PORTION OF ROSEAU COUNTY.

 

THE WARROAD SUMMER THEATRE SPRING DINNER SHOW, CALLED “BREAKING AND ENTERING”, OPENS TOMORROW AT THE WARROAD AMERICAN LEGION.

 

A GRASSROOTS GROUP CALLED MOM’S CLEAN AIR FORCE IS ADVOCATING AT THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY AGAINST RELAXED MERCURY EMISSIONS STANDARDS.
MARY LYONS IS AN OJIBWE ELDER FROM MINNESOTA; SHE SAYS THERE ARE FIFTEEN HUNDRED BODIES OF WATER IN THE STATE WITH FISH ADVISORIES DUE TO MERCURY CONTAMINATION.

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