Klobuchar Honors Life of Jacob Wetterling and Advocacy of Patty Wetterling on Senate Floor

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar spoke on the Senate floor today and honored the life of Jacob Wetterling. She also honored the advocacy of Patty Wetterling and the Wetterling family on behalf of missing and exploited children.  “Patty Wetterling is a woman of unbelievable courage. Her son Jacob was kidnapped at gunpoint 27…

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Gavin Eeg advanced to state fair with his three chickens

A member of the Green Acres 4-H club for the past five years, Gavin Eeg’s project has been poultry. And, he’s taken a real liking’ to these feathery critters. Why chickens? He explained, “I like chickens more than cows which my sister, Marin, shows. If a cow steps on your foot it hurts; if a…

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Volunteers Needed

Volunteers are needed for a Grand Forks Airport Disaster Drill that will take place Wednesday, September 21 from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM. The airport will be looking for 75 volunteers to act as passengers in a simulated aircraft emergency. Volunteers will receive a light dinner and refreshments from the Red Cross along with a…

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DNR holds forum with Kittson County Board, Cabin Assoc.

DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr flew into the Karlstad Airport on August 30, to hold a forum with the Kittson County Board and members of the Cabin Association. Held at the Lake Bronson State Park Visitor Center, the one-hour meeting covered topics of concern to the county and cabin owners. Landwehr, accompanied by several representatives of…

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Williams City Council member Shirley Turpin dies

Shirley Turpin, 82, Williams City Council member and the city’s Vice Mayor, died Monday, September 5 after a brief battle with an aggressive form of cancer. Turpin moved to Williams in 2010 and was elected to the Williams City Council in 2012. She was re-elected to the position in 2014, and was also appointed to…

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Putting Badger’s story on full display

Asked why she decided to spearhead the Badger Heritage Wall and Veterans Memorial, Sherri Kruger said this.  “About 15 years ago this community gave me a job here at the Badger School as a math teacher and seven years ago when life happens, they gave me a home, so I moved here now. And I…

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Greenbush native first year medical student received white coat

In an emotional event marking the beginning of her medical career Benita Behm of Greenbush, Minn., received her white coat marking the entering of medical school.  In total, 60 first year medical students received their white coats on Saturday, August 20, 2016, at the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth campus. The ceremony signified the…

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Muggli earns Eagle Scout honors

Dominick Muggli recently became an Eagle Scout during a Court of Honor Ceremony held August 27 at the Baudette American Legion. Domimick’s brother and parents area also heavily involved in the Boy Scout program. Read their story in next week’s Northern Light Region.

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New certified foot reflexogogist and massage therapist in Greenbush

Cheryl Solem’s career as a certified foot reflexologist and massage therapist began with the suggestion of a friend in Roseau. “When my friend and her husband were going to move out of state,” Cheryl commented, “she encouraged me to undergo training, become certified, and take over her clientele list when she left.” Today, she has…

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Highway 200 detour between Mahnomen and Roy Lake to be removed Friday: Project is still ongoing and remaining work will be done under traffic

The detour on Highway 200 between Mahnomen and Roy Lake is scheduled to be removed by the end of the day Friday, Sept. 2. Phase three of the project begins with the removal of the detour, and the remaining work will be done under traffic. A pilot car and flaggers will control traffic and motorists…

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