Lake of the Woods MN Fishing Report

Our ice remains 24-30 inches and with single digit nights coming up in the back half of the week.  Ice fishing in full swing.  A very active bite continues.  In some areas, anglers are having to sort through a variety of walleyes / saugers to find keepers.  Electronics helpful as some walleyes are suspended.  Jigging…

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Images form the Green Wave’s first game at the State Tournament

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Working in “coopertition”

Neon wiffle balls fly all over the place, high and low. No, this wasn’t a scene at a softball or baseball practice in the gym. It was a practice at DRB Fabrication, located in Greenbush, involving both the Badger and Greenbush-Middle River Robotics teams’ robots as they worked together to prepare for their respective regional…

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Sections of Greenway closed due to flooding

Sections of the Greenway trail system have been closed temporarily due to high water levels in the Red River. Flooding conditions have caused the trail nearest the Red Lake River from the Lincoln Park disc golf course, behind the VFW Arena and the section of trail nearest the Red River underneath the Sorlie Bridge at DeMers…

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Heritage Girls BB clinch first-ever MACS championship win

The Heritage Christian School Patriots Girls Basketball team made school history last weekend, winning the championship title in the Minnesota Association of Christian Schools (MACS) Tournament in Plymouth, MN. The Patriots have been in the championship round in previous years, but this is the first time the team has won the title. The Patriots entered…

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EMTs participate in training at Karlstad

Special training for area emergency personnel on emergencies involving children was held last Saturday, February 25, at Tri-County School in Karlstad. Taking part in the classes were 34 participants from five area emergency agencies: Alvarado, Warren, Stephen/Argyle, Hallock, and Tri-County EMS (Middle River, Newfolden, Karlstad). Training was provided through the MN Emergency Medical Services for…

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Friday Night Bingo at American Legion Club proves to hit the spot

Attendance on the first Friday night of Bingo at the Greenbush American Legion Club on December 9, 2016, far exceeded expectations.  Taking these results into consideration, the bingo committee decided to continue Bingo night for another 10 weeks, with the last night on February 24, 2017. A summary of the 11 weeks of bingo is…

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Lake of the Woods MN Fishing Report

With ice as thick as 24-30 inches and long range forecast for freezing temps, ice fishing season through March in good shape. Roads have smoothed out from the warmer weather and now freezing again.  Some snow still remains on the lake. A very active bite continues with many good sized walleyes and saugers.  Working every…

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Three Gators advance to state wrestling tournament

After falling in the Section 8A team semifinals, 13 Gator wrestlers had just one route to the state tournament, as individuals. This route would take the Gators again to Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton (DGF) High School in Glyndon, Minn., for the annual Section 8A Individual Tournament, February 24 and 25. Experiencing both highs and lows on the weekend,…

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Bengtson and Olson travel to State Capitol

County Engineer Kelly Bengtson and Commissioner Leon Olson stopped by the new Senate Office Building last week as part of the Transportation Day at the Capitol to discuss transportation funding concerns with Senator Mark Johnson from East Grand Forks. Commissioner Olson suggested a 1:1 wetland replacement ratio vs. the current state required 2:1 compared to…

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