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LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2019

08/14/2019

THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, LAST WEEK, TALKED ABOUT IT’S EMPLOYEE PAY PLAN. THE CITY WILL HIRE GEORGE GMACH TO LOOK AT THE CURRENT PLAN, AS THE PERCEPTION IS THAT THE CITY OF ROSEAU IS FALLING BEHIND ROSEAU COUNTY AND OTHER SIMILAR PUBLIC ENTITIES.
MAYOR JEFF PELOWSKI SAYS THE CITY IS FREQUENTLY LOSING IT’S PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEES, AFTER SPENDING TIME AND MONEY TRAINING THEM.
THE LAST PAY PLAN STUDY IN THE CITY WAS DONE TEN YEARS AGO.

 

A POLARIS 65TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION IS THIS WEEKEND, STARTING FRIDAY; AND RAMPING UP SATURDAY WITH A PARADE, VINTAGE SHOW AND AUTOGRAPH SESSION (AMONG OTHER THINGS).
NATHAN HANSON IS THE POLARIS PLANT DIRECTOR IN ROSEAU.
SUNDAY FEATURES A TIM MONTANA CONCERT (3 PM) NEAR MEMORIAL ARENA.

 

ROSEAU’S COMMUNITY EDUCATION ADVISORY COUNCIL MET LAST WEEK, WITH COMMUNITY ED DIRECTOR KELSEY JOHNSON TELLING THE GROUP IT’S BEEN ANOTHER BUSY SUMMER.
SEVERAL HUNDRED KIDS TOOK PART IN THE ANNUAL SUMMER FUN AT SCHOOL IN JUNE, AND HUNDREDS MORE HAVE TAKEN SWIMMING LESSONS THIS SUMMER.

 

U.S. SENATOR TINA SMITH WAS IN ROSEAU YESTERDAY, TOURING THE POLARIS FACILITY; AND HEARING THE DIFFICULTIES CREATED BY THE CURRENT TRADE WAR WITH CHINA.

SMITH LATER MET WITH ROSEAU AND LANCASTER OFFICIALS ON THE REDUCED HOURS AT THOSE PORTS OF ENTRY WITH CANADA. THE SENATOR WILL BE AT THE NORTHWEST ANGLE TODAY.

 

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR FORMER ROSEAU RESIDENT RUBIN HAGLUND OF MANTECA, CALIFORNIA ARE THIS MORNING AT ELEVEN AT ROSE FREE LUTHERAN CHURCH, WEST OF ROSEAU. VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR. BURIAL IS AT MOE/ROSE CEMETERY.
RUBIN HAGLUND WAS 85.

 

THE 2019 MINNESOTA GROWN DIRECTORY FROM UNIVERSITY of MINNESOTA EXTENSION LISTS FARMERS MARKETS ACROSS THE STATE.
THE CURRENT EDITION LISTS THE SIMPLY FRESH FARMERS MARKET, WHICH IS SATURDAYS IN BAUDETTE.

 

SUNDAY’S GRAND FORKS HERALD SAYS LAKE OF THE WOODS IS PRODUCING LARGE NUMBERS OF LARGE WALLEYES, IN THE 27 AND 28 INCH RANGE THIS SUMMER.
D.N.R. FISHERIES SUPERVISOR PHIL TALMAGE IN BAUDETTE SAYS THAT’S THE RESULT OF STRONG WALLEYE NUMBERS FROM THE 2011 AND 2013 YEAR CLASSES.

 

THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD, YESTERDAY, APPROVED THE RE-APPOINTMENT OF JOE OLAFSON TO THE WARROAD RIVER WATERSHED BOARD.

 

THE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES AT ROSEAU’S RIVERVIEW PARK GAZEBO CONTINUES TOMORROW EVENING WITH TAMI LEE,
WHO’S BEEN PERFORMING ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST FOR ABOUT FIFTEEN YEARS.

 

A THIRD ANNUAL WANNASKA LIONS CORN FEED IS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH AT THE WANNASKA COMMUNITY CENTER.

 

 

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