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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Flag Drop Box created in Karlstad

  Karlstad American Legion Commander Wayne Krantz has been collecting unserviceable flags for years, but has never really had an official drop box. Commander Krantz would like to put the word out to the Karlstad community and surrounding towns that the Karlstad American Legion now has an “Official Flag Disposal Dropbox” located in the entry…

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New day care opens in Greenbush

She had an excellent role model and now Lyndsey Larson is following in the footsteps of her mother, Missy Anderson, who operated a local daycare for 18 years. On October 8 Lyndsey was officially licensed to open and operate a daycare here in Greenbush. Prior to this time she was working at the hospital in…

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Local Santa Days planned

Karlstad, Lancaster, and Lake Bronson are ready to kick off the holiday season with Santa Days, Shop Local, and Home for the Holiday events. Karlstad Santa Day Karlstad’s annual Santa Day will be held Saturday, December 1. Stop by Tri-County School for kids activities, and the American Legion Auxiliary’s silent auction of baskets. Other kids…

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EGF Man Facing Another Fleeing Charge In Grand Forks

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GMR School Board Report: “We just want to leave”

  Fritz Knott, a lawyer for the Middle River Community School Group, delivered a message to the Greenbush-Middle River School Board at its November 19 meeting. His goal was to not be loud or threatening, he said, but transparent in conveying this group’s intentions. “What my clients have told me… ‘We don’t want to fight.…

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Purple Heart Signs in place around Kittson County

Kittson County Veterans Service Officer Wayne Jacobson updated the Kittson County Board of Commissioners on the progress of sign placement, since becoming a Purple Heart County. Twelve signs were purchased with donations, along with two free signs received. Twelve have been placed on all tarred roads leading into the county. Jacobson asked for suggestions on…

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EGF Marijuana Bust With Very Serious Charge

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BREAKING NEWS: Minnesota Governor’s Fishing Opener Coming To EGF?

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