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EGF FD respond to house fire on Pioneer Ct NW

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Badger board officially disapproves of a board members’ conduct

The Badger School Board passed a motion formerly disapproving of board member Curt Hauger’s conduct against a district employee at the January 30, 2017 meeting by a 5-1 vote at its last regularly scheduled meeting on April 10. Hauger voted against the motion.  The board arrived at this decision after reviewing the results of an investigation…

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Sheriff’s Dept. taking a fresh look at Dawn Carlson case

Over three years and half years have passed since Dawn Carlson went missing on October 2, 2013, leaving her dogs and personals behind at her home a few miles northwest of Lake Bronson. The case is still open and remains a mystery. Not having any new leads, the Kittson County Sheriff’s Department is now going…

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Dwight Hasson retires after 42 years as GMR school maintenance employee

Friday, March 31, 2017, was Dwight Hasson’s last day of work at the Greenbush Public School.  For 42 years he was a part of the school’s maintenance department. When asked about his starting date, without hesitation, he replied, “It was July 15, 1974.  I was scared that day!” It so happened that the late Chet…

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Running and stepping for more than prizes

At about 3:15 pm on Thursday, April 6, if one stood in front of the school in Middle River, they would have seen one or two elementary students at a time round a corner, taking a quick break with a walk in front of the playground fence. Then either Greenbush-Middle River teachers Tina Taus or…

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Noble Electronics and Appliance in Baudette to close next month

Recently, General Wireless, the company that owns RadioShack, announced it was filing bankruptcy, marking the second time in three years RadioShack has filed for bankruptcy. This occurance, along with several other factors, has led Noble Electronics and Appliance owner Stuart Noble to come to the difficult decision to close the local store, along with its…

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BGMR honors student-athletes at winter sports banquet

The winter sports season officially came to an end. BGMR Gator student-athletes and their familes gathered in the Greenbush-Middle River High School gym on Monday, April 3 to not just eat a meal, but also honor the Gator student-athletes for their time and commitment this 2016-17 winter season at the Gator Winter Sports Awards Banquet.…

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Spring burning restrictions begin April 10 in northwestern Minnesota counties

Spring burning restrictions will go into effect in most of the northwestern Minnesota counties on April 10 and will remain in place until grasses green up, usually mid-May. At present, burning permits are required in snow-free, open areas unless unbroken snow cover remains in the area surrounding the fire. Small campfires less than 3 feet…

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Kaitlynn Wilson to be recognized with teacher education award

Greenbush, Minn., native Kaitlynn Wilson will be recognized with an award at the North Dakota Association for Colleges of Teacher Education (NDACTE) annual conference and luncheon on Friday, April 7 at Minot State University.  A Mayville State University student and 2012 Greenbush-Middle River graduate, Wilson heard this news after Mayville State faculty in the Division…

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