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LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2019

07/17/2019

A PUBLIC MEETING ON THE TWO RIVERS PLUS ONE WATERSHED ONE PLAN IS THIS MORNING (9-11 A.M.) AT THE GREENBUSH COMMUNITY CENTER.
MEETINGS ARE ALSO SCHEDULED TOMORROW MORNING (9-11 A.M.) AT THE KENNEDY COMMUNITY CENTER; AND TOMORROW AFTERNOON (3-5 PM) AT THE LANCASTER SCHOOL.
THE ONE WATERSHED ONE PLAN WOULD REDUCE THE NUMBER OF WATER PLANS IN THE STATE, AND WOULD DEVELOP WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLANS ON A WATERSHED SCALE.

 

THE 27 MILE WILDLIFE DRIVE THROUGH THE ROSEAU RIVER WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA OPENS FOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC SATURDAY. IT’LL BE OPEN THROUGH THE 28TH OF JULY, AND WEEKENDS THROUGH AUGUST 11TH.
RANDY PRACHAR IS THE AREA WILDLIFE SUPERVISOR AT THE ROSEAU RIVER W.M.A.; HE SAYS THE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA IS ONE OF THE VIEWING STOPS ALONG THE PINE TO PRAIRIE BIRDING TRAIL.

 

THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD, LAST WEEK, RESOLVED TO RECOMMEND THREE MANAGED HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES;
THOSE THREE ARE BLUE CROSS, HEALTH PARTNERS AND UCare.
THE STATE D.H.S. WILL NOW DETERMINE WHICH OF THOSE (OR PERHAPS MEDICA) WOULD PROVIDE HEALTH CARE SERVICES TO RECIPIENTS OF FAMILIES AND CHILDREN, AND MINNESOTA-CARE IN EIGHTY MINNESOTA COUNTIES, INCLUDING ROSEAU.

 

A ROSEAU BLOOD DRIVE CONTINUES TODAY ( 8 – 1:30 ) AT THE ROSEAU CITY CENTER.

 

THE SECOND WEEK OF “TARZAN, THE BROADWAY MUSICAL” OPENS TONIGHT AT THE WARROAD HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE.

 

THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, EARLIER THIS MONTH, HEARD THAT A HIGHWAY 371 FOUR-LANE CORRIDOR FROM JENKINS TO CASS LAKE IS PLANNED, BUT HASN’T BEEN FUNDED BY THE STATE OF MINNESOTA.
A BEMIDJI GROUP IS ASKING THE STATE LEGISLATURE TO START THE FUNDING PROCESS FOR WHAT WOULD BE AN EVENTUAL FOUR-LANE HIGHWAY FROM THE TWIN CITIES TO BEMIDJI.
ROSEAU COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR TODD PETERSON HAS BEEN PART OF A GROUP WORKING ON THAT POSSIBILITY.

 

MINNESOTA GOVERNOR TIM WALZ HAS A GOAL OF MAKING MINNESOTA THE “EDUCATION STATE”. AT A JUNE STATEWIDE PRESS CONFERENCE, WALZ SAID FULLY-FUNDED PUBLIC EDUCATION IS A PRIORITY FOR HIS ADMINISTRATION.

A ‘WIC’ CLINIC IS TODAY AND TOMORROW AT LIFECARE MEDICAL CENTER IN ROSEAU.

 

MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR JUSTIN VAN NORMAN OF ROSEAU (AND FORMERLY OF CALIFORNIA) ARE THIS AFTERNOON AT THREE AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN ROSEAU. A PRIVATE INTERNMENT WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE IN CALIFORNIA.
JUSTIN VAN NORMAN WAS 41.

 

THE SUNSHINE HOSPITALITY HOME IN GRAND FORKS CELEBRATES A ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY TODAY. ROSEAU COUNTY PEOPLE DONATED SEVERAL HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS TO MAKE THAT HOME A REALITY.

 

THE ROSEAU SCHOOL BOARD, THIS WEEK, ACCEPTED THE RESIGNATION OF SIXTH GRADE TEACHER ANDREA HOGENSON.

 

MINNESOTA GOVERNOR TIM WALZ HAS SIGNED A BILL FUNDING 44 CONSERVATION PROJECTS AROUND THE STATE, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE LESSARD/SAMS OUTDOOR HERITAGE COUNCIL. KRISTIN EGGERLING OF HALLOCK, AND STATE REPRESENTATIVE DAN FABIAN OF ROSEAU ARE MEMBERS OF THAT COUNCIL.

 

A FIRST ANNUAL SCHOOL REUNION AND POTLUCK PICNIC IS A WEEK FROM SATURDAY (July 27/ 11 a.m.) AT THE FORMER WANNASKA SCHOOL.

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