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LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 2019

05/15/2019

THE PERSONAL WEBSITE WalletHub SAYS MINNESOTA HAS THE SMALLEST DRUG PROBLEM IN THE NATION.
THE NEXT LOWEST ARE HAWAII, IDAHO AND KANSAS.
THE METRICS USED IN THE STUDY INCLUDE ARREST AND OVERDOSE RATES, AND OPIOID PRESCRIPTIONS.
THE STATES WITH THE MOST DRUG USE ARE THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, MICHIGAN, MISSOURI AND WEST VIRGINIA.

 

ROSEAU 3RD GRADERS AND ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE ROSS SUTTER PERFORM THE MUSIC AND DANCE OF THE LAURA INGALLS WILDER ERA FRIDAY MORNING (10 A.M.) AT THE ROSEAU HIGH SCHOOL GYM.
SUTTER, WHO LIVED IN THE ROSEAU AREA AS A CHILD, ALSO PERFORMS FOR ADULT AUDIENCES.

 

FIRST HALF TAXES ON ALL REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY ARE DUE BY TODAY AT THE ROSEAU COUNTY TREASURER’S OFFICE.

 

THE ROSEAU CITY COUNCIL, LAST WEEK, RENEWED AN AIRPORT FARM LEASE FOR GARY SLATER.
DUE TO A LIGHTING EXPANSION PROJECT AT THE AIRPORT, THE LEASED LAND WILL BE FIFTEEN FEWER ACRES.

 

THE MINNESOTA LEGISLATIVE SESSION IS SCHEDULED TO END MONDAY, BUT REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS ARE SEEMINGLY FAR APART IN BUDGET NEGOTIATIONS.
STATE SENATOR MARK JOHNSON (R/ EAST GRAND FORKS) REPRESENTS DISTRICT ONE, WHICH INCLUDES ROSEAU COUNTY.

 

ROSEAU 4TH, 5TH AND 6TH GRADERS HAVE THEIR SPRING MUSIC PROGRAM TOMORROW (Ten and Two) AT THE SCHOOL THEATRE.

 

THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD, THIS WEEK, OFFICIALLY APPOINTED FORMER COMMISSIONER GLENDA PHILLIPE TO THE NORTHWEST REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COORDINATION COUNCIL ADVISORY BOARD.
THAT’S A SEVEN COUNTY BOARD WHOSE GOAL IS IMPROVING MOBILITY FOR THE PUBLIC; ESPECIALLY OLDER ADULTS, MILITARY VETERANS, PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND LOW INCOME INDIVIDUALS.

 

THE MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT HAS A SEMINAR ON WORKER STATUS, EMPLOYMENT TAX BASICS AND UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE THIS MORNING AT THE ROSEAU CITY CENTER.

 

THE ROSEAU HIGH SCHOOL CHOIRS HAVE THEIR SPRING CONCERT THIS EVENING AT THE HIGH SCHOOL GYM.

 

THE ROSEAU COUNTY BOARD, YESTERDAY, UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED A NEW FOUR YEAR CONTRACT WITH HIGHWAY ENGINEER BRIAN KETRING.
KETRING HAS SERVED AS ROSEAU COUNTY’S HIGHWAY ENGINEER SINCE 2003.
THE TERM OF THE APPOINTMENT IS DETERMINED BY MINNESOTA STATE STATUTE.

 

THE MASONIC LODGE AND SHRINERS OF ROSEAU COUNTY ARE HOSTING A FIRST-EVER BARBEQUE COOKOFF SATURDAY AT THE ROSEAU AMERICAN LEGION.
FUNDS RAISED FROM SATURDAY’S BARBEQUE CONTEST WILL BE USED TO RE-FURBISH THE BASKETBALL COURT AT SOUTH RIVERVIEW PARK IN ROSEAU.

 

NORTHLAND COLLEGE IN THIEF RIVER FALLS IS HOSTING A LUNCH AND LEARN FOR NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA BUSINESSES A WEEK FROM FRIDAY (May 24/ Ten to Noon) ON BUILDING AND RETAINING A RESILIENT AND RELIABLE WORKFORCE.
REGISTER THROUGH KRISTINE ANDERSON AT THE NORTHWEST PRIVATE INDUSTRY COUNCIL.

 

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR DEBORAH BEY OF BAUDETTE ARE SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT ONE AT HELGESON FUNERAL HOME IN BAUDETTE.
VISITATION IS AN HOUR PRIOR.
DEBORAH BEY WAS 60.

 

A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RALPH GAARDE OF GREENBUSH (AND FORMERLY OF STRATHCONA) IS SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT TWO AT GIESEKE FUNERAL CHAPEL OF GREENBUSH.
RALPH GAARDE WAS 96.

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