Helping one experience God’s presence and love

Besides going to school and swimming, Father George Noel spent much of his early years reading books, and in that sense, he said, he is still the same person today as he was as a 14-year-old boy. He told of one story to illustrate that. While attending seminary school at the Sacred Heart School of…

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Emergency Grazing of CRP Authorized

Because of the continuation of drought in Montana, South Dakota, and North Dakota, USDA is extending emergency grazing of certain Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) acreage. Any county within 150 miles of a Montana, South Dakota, or North Dakota, county approved for emergency grazing of CRP acreage, as indicated by the US Drought Monitor and CRP…

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Local youth step to the stage for another summer

Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre (PFCT) touring director and actress Kailah Gordon didn’t have the theatrical opportunity she now provides to youth. “It’s really important to keep arts alive and to have that outlet option for children… To see the effect, the positive effect it has on children, really solidifies the fact that this (PFCT program)…

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Auto tour travels the historic Jefferson Highway

A 35-vehicle auto tour travelled through Kittson County last Thursday on the fourth and final day of a road trip on the northern half of the old Jefferson Highway. 62 members from the Lincoln Highway Association and the Jefferson Highway Association began the 1,000 mile tour in Denison, Iowa, on Monday, making their way north,…

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Karlstad native turns singer/songwriter

Marissa Steien is a local gal aiming for a global impact, which she knows can only be accomplished through God. Steien is a singer/songwriter, working on producing her own music. She is currently working on two songs that she hopes to get out soon: one during the summer and the second during the fall. “I’ve…

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Climbing the ladder of success

“I believe everyone has a dream and should pursue it. Anything is possible.” Those were the words of Shawn Slawson, former local Greenbush resident, in an interview in May of 2013 for The Tribune. At the time he was a broadcaster on radio station Pioneer 90.1 FM at Northland College in Thief River Falls, Minn.…

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July 4th Fire Destroys Garage In Baudette

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Principal Sharon Schultz looks forward to new and familiar opportunities

For the last 19 years, Sharon Schultz has worked as the principal at the Middle River site in the Greenbush-Middle River (GMR) District. Beginning this school year, Schultz will continue on as principal with the same district and with many familiar faces, but now into a different office– in Greenbush– and will also start on…

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Brandy Nelson advances to FCCLA Nationals for the third time

Incoming Greenbush-Middle River High School senior Brandy Nelson suffered her first concussion playing basketball in ninth grade.  “I really didn’t think much of it,” Nelson said. “I was really eager just to get back to playing the game and get back to school.” This would prove to be just the beginning of Brandy’s journey with…

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Lake of the Woods MN Fishing Report

Excellent summer fishing.  Charters catching strong numbers.  Jig/minnow or jig/leech and bouncers with spinners with crawlers or minnows still producing walleyes. When the wind is right for pulling spinners, they have been lights out.  Walleyes being caught in varying depths, 7-31′ of water.  Some shallow shorelines still producing. Pike mixed in all over the lake.  Walleyes in…

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