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December 17, 2018 Newsletter
Farm Bill Conference Report Passes House and Senate, Canadian Ambassador to the United States, Canadian Ambassador to the United States, Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation, Beltrami County Commissioner, Affordability Champion Award, Minnesota State Cattlemen’s Association, U.S. Military Academy Panel, Canola Symposium in Roseau, Michael Wedin Completes FBI Training Academy, New Staff Serving the 7th, Minnesota Premium Security Program, Rural Broadband Development, 2019 Health Insurance Coverage, Trade Aid Held Up by Office of Management and Budget, USDA “ReConnect” Broadband Program, Forest Service Report.
December 3, 2018 Newsletter
Border Decision to Lock Northbound Gates Early is Reversed, U.S. Canada Inter-Parliamentary Meeting, Bayer Crop Science Vice President of Government Relations, Minnesota Chamber and Building and Construction Trades Council, CentraCare Health, Discussing the Future of U.S. Hemp, Pheasants Forever – Dave Nomsen, Sharing Rural Values with Urban Members, National Association of Conservation Districts, Gift Making with the Sons of Norway, Farm Bill, The Great Outdoors with Dennis Anderson.
November 30, 2018 Press Release

Following calls from the office of Congressman Collin C. Peterson (D-Minn.) and Roseau Mayor Jeff Pelowski, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced that northbound gates will remain open at Roseau and Pinecreek during Canada Border Security Agency service hours.

“I’m glad this situation was worked out, but we still have the underlying issue of reducing U.S. service hours in Lancaster and Roseau. I will continue efforts to keep these ports open longer so U.S. and Canadian travelers won’t have to rush and beat the clock each and every night,” Peterson said.

July 17, 2018 Newsletter
Medicare Cost Plans, Agriculture Industry Meetings, Rock n’Roll Hall of Fame, Ben Anderson, Flood Loan Deadline Approaching, Northwest Regional Development Commission, Farmer’s Share Supper.
July 2, 2018 Newsletter


St. Hilaire in 1905 – Pennington County

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June 8, 2018 Newsletter
2017 WNBA Champions – Minnesota Lynx, Under Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey, Ambassador of Sweden Karin Olofsdotter, Minnesota Agri-Women, Minnesota Propane Association, Brandon Kerkhoff, National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies, Students from the 7th, Hutchinson Student Recognized in Washington, SNAC International, Sanford Medical Facilities in Thief River Falls, Conservation Reserve Program Soil Demonstration, 7th District Hockey Roots, Sing the National Anthem at Farmfest, Water Resources Development Act.
May 14, 2018 Newsletter
2018 Congressional Art Competition Winners, Hormel, Minnesota Association of Townships, Minnesota Hospital Association, Minnesota School Employees Association, Council on American-Islamic Relations, Twin Metals, Brunswick Corporation, Small Business Association Awards, Crossing the Canadian Border, Lake of the Woods Resort Stakeholder Meeting, Dayton Task Force on Housing, National Teacher Day / Teacher Appreciation Week, Addiction Resource Center (ARC), Update – Waters of the U.S. Rule (WOTUS).
September 20, 2017 Newsletter
Bipartisan White House Meeting, Minnesota Farmers Union, Growth Energy, Minnesota Hospital Association/Minnesota HomeCare, American Cancer Society, Minnesota Pork Producers, Seneca Foods, American Frozen Food Institute, Conservation Corps, Custom Products of Litchfield, NAFO, AURI, Central Boiler, Minnesota Veterans of Foreign Wars, Fourtown-Grgyla ATV Trail, Hurricane Harvey Benefit, Dining Away Duchenne, Minnesota Farm Bureau, Farm Managers & Rural Appraisers, Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, AmericanHort, H.R. 453 – Wood Heaters Relief Bill, H.R. 424 – Gray Wolves Delisting Bill, Firefighter Cancer Registry Act, National POW/MIA Recognition Day, Congressional Gold Medal Awarded to Sen. Dole, Minnesota National Guard to help with Hurricane Relief, September is Suicide Prevention Month.
May 25, 2017 Newsletter
2017 Congressional Shootout, Canadian Parliamentary Delegation, Minnesota Realtors, Equipment Leasing and Finance Association, U.S. – Mexico Ag Trade Delegation, United Egg Producers, NASDA, It’s a SNAP, ALS Association, Fairview Senior Communities, Local Ukrainian Community, Clean Energy Resource Teams, Familiar Faces, 2017 Congressional Art Competition Winners, Agriculture Committee Update, H.R. 2154 Fargo “Edward T. Schafer Agricultural Research Center”, Minnesota’s Health Insurance Waiver, Lake of the Woods OARS Border Security Program, National Infrastructure Week.
May 19, 2017 Newsletter
Perham High School Groundbreaking, Border Crossing at the Northwest Angle, Minnesota Hospitals, National Nurses United, Minnesota National Guard, Minnesota/Dakotas Chapter of the ESOP Associations.

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