Minnesota in Vietnam presented by Arn Kind at Greenbush Public Library April 9

On Tuesday, April 9, at the Greenbush Public Library, guest speaker Arn Kind made history come alive when he shared a brand new, very interesting presentation, “Minnesota in Vietnam”. Among those in the audience were students from GMR, Badger, and Karlstad schools. Kind spoke about the commitment of five American presidents, the rising antiwar movement…

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School board denies resolution allowing for annexation petitions out of GMR

Back at its March 18 meeting, the Greenbush-Middle River School Board denied a motion to draft a resolution to allow for approximately 376 Marshall County landowners and petitioners to detach their land out of the school district and into the Marshall County Central School District. At the board’s April 15 meeting, Ross Nilson from Brudvik…

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2nd Crest Expected Saturday, Point Bridge Could Reopen Soon At Greater Grand Forks

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EGF CITY COUNCIL: Resident Complains Of No TV Coverage Of Northern Valley

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Flood Panels Being Removed In East Grand Forks Tuesday Morning

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Unofficial Crest Of Red River At Greater Grand Forks

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Truscinski recognized as state ExCEL Award winner

Badger High School junior Kennedy Truscinski had a decision to make. Should she accept her Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) ExCEL Award at halftime of a girls’ basketball state championship game at Williams Arena in Minneapolis, or remain with her robotics team to compete at the Great Northern Regional in Grand Forks? Both fell…

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Karlstad votes down Sunday liquor ordinance, will re-consider in May

The City of Karlstad might be getting closer to a Sunday liquor ordinance. At the regular council meeting on April 1, the city council voted down a motion to allow Sunday liquor sales by a vote of 3 to 2. Tony Huotte and Holly Burkel of SuperMarket Foods were in attendance to ask if the…

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Fourth annual bull sale held at Waage Farms March 30

About eight years ago at a Purina Feed meeting, brothers Ryan Waage of Greenbush and Ross Waage of Strathcona, happened to meet up with Chad Zehnder of Stanchfield, Minn. “After we got to know each other well, we found out that Chad was in the Charolais (cattle) business,” Ross Waage said. “Basically, how we got…

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Easter Cantata planned April 14 in Karlstad

“Wondrous Love,” a cantata written by Lloyd Larson, will be featured at a public performance on Palm Sunday, April 14, 7p.m., at First Lutheran Church in Karlstad. This performance is sponsored by the Karlstad Area Ministerium. The vocalists come from the communities of Hallock, Lake Bronson, Newfolden and Warren in addition to Karlstad. For more…

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