“Vintage Plus” opens in Lancaster

On the corner of Third Street and Central Avenue in Lancaster, stands a white building, some paint chipped off its exterior, graced with the sign “Lancaster Centennial Hall- 1908” above its front doors. One will also see a black sign on the right side of the building’s front with the gold letters “Vintage Plus.” Walk…

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GMR honors board member Paul Robinson

Paul Robinson made the motion to adjourn the final meeting of his term as a Greenbush-Middle River School board member on December 19 in Greenbush, after not winning reelection this past November. Superintendent Tom Jerome recognized Robinson for his years of service. Since January 2013, Robinson has served the district as a board member, working…

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Lake of the Woods MN Fishing Report

Ice fishing is in full swing and remains excellent. The key depth’s are 20 – 25 ft and glow red or pink rattle spoons tipped with a minnow head or tail has been the best for the jigging line.  Use a plain hook or an ice jig with a live minnow for the dead stick.…

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Icy roads make hazardous driving conditions in northwestern Minnesota

BEMIDJI, Minn. – (11:30 a.m.) The Minnesota Department of Transportation advises no unnecessary travel in the Red River Valley area in northwestern Minnesota, due to icy roads caused by rain, wet snow, high winds and freezing temperatures. Along with the Red River Valley, the no travel advisory includes Highway 2 from Bagley to Grand Forks.…

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Fishing Report for December 22, 2016

Fishing on Lake of the Woods so far is excellent. For the main lake called Big Traverse Bay, the key depth’s are 20 – 25 ft and glow red or pink rattle spoons tipped with a minnow head or tail has been the best for the jigging line.  Use a plain hook or glow hook…

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GMR Board discusses possible capital project levy

The Greenbush-Middle River School Board explored another way to provide the district additional revenue– a Capital Projects Levy– at its December 19 meeting in Greenbush. At board request, Superintendent Tom Jerome brought information to the board on capital projects levies, and the board discussed possible future district actions. This discussion follows after district residents voted…

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From a hobby to a growing business

It all started about 20 to 25 years ago, when Paul Robinson began working with wood as a hobby. Married in 1993, in October 1995, he and his wife, Patti, moved to the present day location of their home northeast of Greenbush where Paul began learning how to do woodworking on his own. Though continuing…

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Senior High holds topping off ceremony

A small crowd braved the 17 below zero temperatures to witness the topping off ceremony held at Senior High Thursday morning. Tom Mcdonald of Construction Engineers started the ceremony with a short speech on the history of the ceremony followed by ISD 595 Chair Tony Palmiscno who thanked East Grand Forks for making the construction possible.…

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Badger Board recognizes Connie Creviston for years of service

First elected to the school board in 1997 and beginning her first term in January 1998, Connie Creviston has served on various committees and provided leadership in various areas as a Badger School Board member. After not winning reelection this past November, Creviston participated in the final meeting of her term at the December 12…

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Kittson County depicted in snow village at Kennedy

Jeanne Cooney has loved snow villages for quite some time, starting to after building a village for a science project in her late elementary years. As part of this project, she covered and decorated shoeboxes and cans with different wrapping and construction paper to create a small representation of her hometown of Hallock. “I just…

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