EGF Police Department promotes two officers

Two East Grand Forks police officers, Detective Tony Hart and Officer Jared Quanrud, were promoted to the rank of sergeant during a promotional ceremony at City Hall last Friday, with many family members and some city staff and council members in attendance to celebrate with them. The EGF Police Department was excited to promote the two…

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Baudette natives lend aid in aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

Dusty Anderson and his wife Nicole (Beckel) Anderson, both former residents of Baudette, live in Seabrook, Texas with their daughter Avery.   Seabrook is between Houston and Galveston so they lived through Hurricane Harvey and were fortunate to not have any flooding or damage to their home, even though there was flooding and destruction all…

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Emergency Personnel Appreciation event

Karlstad Legion Post #445 presents the colors as attendees stand together and say the Pledge of Allegiance. About 30 people were present for the service honoring our service men and women at the Karlstad Baptist Church on Sunday, September 10. Marissa Steien provided music, playing and singing “My Country Tis of Thee” as well as…

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Badger’s story is coming together

Badger community member and teacher Sherri Kruger spends almost every day in the red building next to Twins Corner Café located along Main Street in Badger. Since June, she has worked in this building, sometimes seven days a week and, before school started, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. She never gets tired of the…

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12-year old Pearson bags a 6×6 bull elk

Karlstad resident Isabel Pearson had the experience of the lifetime last Saturday, taking down a big bull elk after having her name drawn in the state elk lottery. Isabel got her chance just 20 minutes into the hunt Saturday morning, September 9. She made the shot at 500 yards, taking down a 6×6 bull, roughly…

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Mystery of old pickup pulled from Rainy River will remain unsolved

Unless someone comes forward to claim ownership and ‘fess up as to how the vehicle ended up at the bottom of the Rainy River, it appears the story behind the old pickup pulled from the water on July 20 will remain a mystery. Lake of the Woods County Sheriff Gary Fish told the NLR that…

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GMR Board contemplating a site change in fourth grade class

To help cut into, at the time, a $400,000 deficit, the Greenbush-Middle River School Board approved moving all fourth grade students to the Middle River site and all fifth grade students to the Greenbush site during its May 15, 2017 meeting, after hearing input from the parents of these students.  Following a net drop of…

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Thousands Of Dollars Of Missing Equipment Sidelines EGF Band

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Lake of the Woods MN Fishing Report

As the water temperature continue to drop the walleyes have in turn put the feed bags on. Lots of shiners have made there way closer to shore and lighthouse gap for the spawn. Walleyes caught have full stomachs! Crankbaits still producing but spinners with crawlers or shiners and jigging with a shiner doing well. Big…

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East Grand Forks fares well in Grow Minnesota report

As announced last May, the Chamber and the East Grand Forks EDA partnered with Grow Minnesota!, a distinctive business retention and assistance program led by the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce. Barry Wilfahrt of the Chamber and Paul Gorte of the EDA visited 13 EGF businesses during the summer.  The businesses reflect a cross-section of employers…

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