Man & Woman Facing Drug Charge In East Grand Forks

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Badger District tax levy increasing, but revenue decreasing

The Badger School District enrollment has declined from 233 a year ago to 216 as of December 7, 2018. At the same time, property valuations, especially commercial, have “skyrocketed,” Badger Superintendent Tom Jerome said. This enrollment decline and property tax valuation increase– both impacting the amount of aid coming into the district– have combined to…

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Piano tuning as a new forte

Garry Gambill decided that his life needed a new tune. “I’ve been involved in music nearly my whole life,” Gambill says as he sits at the upright piano in the basement of a local church. “The piano intrigues me and I thought this would be a fun hobby to start now, get proficient at, and…

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Unusual East Grand Forks Crime

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Lake of the Woods Fishing Report

On the main basin… Ice fishing is in full swing and the bite continues to be very good.  Big numbers of walleyes and saugers in 17 – 25′ of water.  Resorts have marked trails for ATV, UTV and snowmobiles while others are transporting guests with light ice rigs.   No vehicle traffic yet.  Gold, glow colors,…

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Commissioner Joe Bouvette receives AMC President’s Award

Kittson County Commissioner Joe Bouvette received an Association of Minnesota Counties’ (AMC) President’s Award for years of dedicated service and exemplary leadership in county government.  2018 AMC President Susan Morris (Isanti County) selected Bouvette to receive this honor. The prestigious President’s Award is presented to an individual who has a deep history of public service…

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The Tribune marks 110th year in circulation

  The Tribune in Greenbush turned a new leaf this week with the start of its 110th year. The Greenbush Tribune got its start when the first issue was printed on October 15, 1908. The then publisher, C.B. Goodrich, purchased The Greenbush Journal from Harold J. Sanders who began publishing in 1901 in Old Greenbush.…

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Crookston Woman Facing Drug Charge In East Grand Forks

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Korczak’s grocery store era comes to an end in Greenbush

  With the passing of time, many changes have taken place in Greenbush’s business district.  The most recent being when brothers Felix and Michael (Mike) Korczak sold their grocery store, Squid’s Market. “Years ago, some of the businessmen were concerned about how the stress of mail order catalogs was affecting local businesses. And it’s still…

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East Grand Forks Man Charged With Assaulting Woman

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