STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Dike repair at Roseau River WMA will limit access on Pool 2
A slump in the Pool 2 dike at Roseau River Wildlife Management Area in northwest Minnesota will limit access for waterfowl hunters as the Department of Natural Resources lowers water levels in the poo... Posted on 9/18/13 at 9:11 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Die winter, die
I think winter needs to close its show and move out of town. I cannot
remember a recent winter which has overstayed its welcome to such
perfection as the one most current.
As a young man near Viking,... Posted on 3/23/13 at 5:06 AM
STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! Return of the Roseau students
Thursday, April 19 we had our annual visit from Mrs. Olsen's mass communications class from Roseau, Minn. The students receive the Grand Forks Herald each day during the school year through our Newspa... Posted on 4/23/12 at 7:37 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Roseau mayor a well-known face in Capitol
When Roseau Mayor Jeff Pelowski testified to legislative committees in favor of funds to prevent future floods, most lawmakers who have been around knew his face.
Pelowski said that after two recent ... Posted on 3/25/11 at 2:22 AM
REGGIE TALES Earls Drive-In: Better Than Ever
A few days ago, several members of the Minnesota Wild organization were in Roseau for a special appearance. TV's Dave Schwab and I were on the scene to cover the event. Bigfoot Defenseman ... Posted on 6/25/10 at 4:24 PM
Blacksmith Sue Suess built a sculpture honoring the city's heritage with help from her husband Joel Miller. It'll eventually be located near the Roseau River. Annette Hermansen, who helped raise funds for the sculpture, said it would help the community enjoy the Roseau River and overcome the fear it caused when it flooded in 2002.
If he had been thinking ahead, Wade Kerner might have looked for a little more distance in his track events.
Kerner is one of the top sprinters in Minnesota Class A boys high school track. The Roseau senior was runner-up in the 400 at last season’s Class A state meet. Kerner is seeded second in the 400 and tied for the ninth-fastest time in the 200 heading into this year’s state meet, to be held Friday and Saturday in St. Paul.
More than $13.6 million will be shared among about 2,250 hourly and nonsalaried Polaris employees in a cash payment. On average, each of these employees will receive nearly 19 percent of their annual base pay, the company said.
36 dogs have been removed from the property in the past week
Another 18 dogs were seized Friday from a rural Roseau, Minn., property where 18 small dogs were surrendered in poor condition last week, Roseau County Sheriff Steve Gust said.
Arctic Cat and Polaris Thursday both credited new products, growth in international markets and, in Arctic's case, improvement in that non-recreational side of the business, with significant increases in sales and earnings. They also said a greater willingness to spend by U.S. consumers -- some spurred by this winter's heavy snows -- contributed to the robust results.
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