Lake of the Woods MN Fishing Report

The walleye bite is on!  Walleyes increasing in numbers still along the south shore, Long Point, Zippel Bay, Lighthouse Gap, Four Mile Bay and in river.  Anglers picking through small fish to fill live wells with 18-19 inch walleyes. Walleyes have the feed bags on. 18-30 feet holding fish. Anchor up with a jig with…

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Gator volleyball player reaches assist milestone

Gator junior volleyball player Alyssa Kilen achieved a career milestone during her team’s 3-0 home victory over the Freeze on Tuesday, October 3 in Greenbush, Minn. Early in the second set, she reached the 1,000 career assist mark. Her parents, grandparents, teammates, coaches, and Gator Nation were all on hand to celebrate this milestone with…

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RiverView to offer CPR Classes Oct. 12th

Do you need CPR certification or recertification for your employment? Or maybe you don’t need the certification but you do want to know the steps necessary to potentially save someone’s life. No matter the reason, RiverView Health can help you fulfill your CPR needs. Each month RiverView Health offers two CPR classes: one for those…

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Our Redeemer’s Church hosting a fundraiser breakfast for Haitian school and orphanage

Our Redeemer’s congregation members in Badger invites all for fellowship and food as they host a fundraiser breakfast to support Joseph Lucien’s School and Orphanage in Haiti on Sunday, October 8, 2017. Our Redeemer’s Church is located on the corner of Main and Atlantic in Badger, Minn. Worship begins at 9:30 am followed by the fellowship and breakfast…

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Public Hearings for Enbridge pipeline kick off in Thief River Falls

The first two Enbridge Pipeline Line 3 hearings were held in Thief River Falls on Tuesday, September 26, 2017. These public hearings were the first of 18 scheduled hearings across Minnesota. Administrative Law Judge Ann O’Reilly presided over the hearing. The purpose of these public hearings are to determine whether to grant permission to Enbridge…

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International Wolf Center verifies reports of attacks by Arabian wolves on humans in Israel

A common question from visitors at the International Wolf Center in Ely, Minnesota, is, “Aren’t wolves dangerous?” The Center’s answer is “Not usually,” followed by various qualifications. Now the Center has verified the very rare occurrence of wolves attacking children in Israel. Wolf biologists in contact with the Center’s founder, Dr. L. David Mech, stated…

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Three Gators realizing their potential in the pool

Three Gators have been working hard this fall– not on a field or on a court, but in a pool. These three Gator girls, Cecelia “Cece” Yeager, Greta Novacek, and Ava Novacek joined “The North” girls’ swim team (a combination of Roseau, Warroad, and Badger/Greenbush-Middle River swimmers) for different reasons and at different times, but…

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O’Hara receives award for Director of the Year

AMEM President Christopher Muller announced at the annual awards banquet that Barb O’Hara was named the AMEM Emergency Management Director of the year for 2017.  AMEM’s Minnesota Emergency Management Director of the Year is awarded for outstanding performance by a member Director of Emergency Management in furthering the objectives of emergency management in their jurisdiction…

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Tri-Valley Head Start, Child & Family Programs Staff Attend Parents as Leaders Training Program in Washington, D.C.

Three members of the Tri-Valley Head Start/Early Head Start and Migrant & Seasonal Head Start/Migrant & Seasonal Early Head Start Policy Councils had the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. in September to attend the Parents as Leaders Training Program. Sponsored by the National Head Start Association and part of the Families Unite for Head…

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Baudette-Rainy River International Bridge construction set to begin in May 2018

Preparations for the new International Bridge linking Baudette and Rainy River are nearing an end.  In the past weeks and months all United States environmental analysis and documentation has been completed and bridge features such as color, shapes, railings, etc. have been finalized.  Construction plans for the bridge and approach roadways are being prepared and…

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