Karlstad EDA approached on property for Dollar General

The Karlstad Economic Development Authority (EDA) has been contacted about the purchase of property for a Dollar General store. At last Wednesday’s meeting, Pete Kautzman informed the EDA that both he and the city clerk had been contacted several times by a representative from the Overland Group, a developer which sets up locations for the…

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Grand Forks Man Busted In East Grand Forks On Drug Charges

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Former Gator athlete experiences success on the college gridiron

A 2016 Greenbush-Middle River graduate and former three-sport Gator athlete, Trevor Undeberg is experiencing success and a bit of history on the gridiron as part of the 2017 Northland Community and Technical College Pioneer football team. On Sunday, November 12, the Pioneers faced off against the Mesabi Range College Norsemen in the Minnesota College Athletic…

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Rooted: new young adult gathering meets in Hallock

Rooted is a newly started group with the Kennedy Covenant Church, geared for young adults and young couples without kids. The average age of the attendees is mid- to late-twenties with about 12 people showing up the third week of Rooted last Tuesday, November 7, 2017. But, according to Andrew Carlson, Kennedy Covenant Church Intern…

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Tuesday City Council Work Session: EGF Police Chief Asks Council For Permission To Start Raising Money For Drug Dog

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GMR levies fail, but mission remains the same

On November 7, Greenbush-Middle River residents had another opportunity to determine the future of their district at the ballot box, as part of a special election. At this election, residents had the chance to vote on two questions, one related to an operating levy and the other a capital project levy. The voters rejected both…

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Lake of the Woods area hunters register 1,208 deer in first six days of season

Numbers are in for the first six days of the 2017 Minnesota Firearms Deer Season and while one local area shows an increase in deer kill numbers, the other two areas show decreased numbers from 2016. In Area 105, which is north of Highway 11, a total of 883 deer were harvested in the first…

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Veterans Day Program held at Tri-County School

The Tri-County Veterans Day Program opened on November 11, 2017, by the Presentation of the Colors by the Color Guard Post #445. Mrs. Sara Carpenter sang the Star Spangled Banner and the Pledge of Allegiance was led by the second grade and Lisa Amb. Tri-County junior Jade Spilde gave the welcome, and Joanie Krantz spoke…

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Klondike project looks to reduce flooding

The Two Rivers Watershed District held a public hearing on Wednesday, November 1, 2017, in the Kittson County Courthouse. The purpose of the meeting was to present the engineer’s report, given by Nate Dalager, Professional Engineer of the HDR Engineering in Thief River Falls. Also presenting was Dan Money, District Administrator of the Two Rivers…

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City of Greenbush and Roseau County Highway Maintenance Department to soon move into new shop

A tan and grey steel-covered 12,636 square foot building has taken its place on the corner of County Roads 4 and 7 in Greenbush– an “eye-catching” structure, Greenbush council member Scott Waage said– next to the still standing Greenbush “Sheep Palace” building or the Greenbush City Shop. The Roseau County Highway Maintenance Department and the…

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