Facilitators assist with Bethel Church Vacation Bible School

Facilitator is defined as a person responsible for leading or coordinating the work of a group; as one who leads a discussion. And so it was on Monday morning, July 24 at the Bethel Lutheran Church in Greenbush. Waiting to welcome approximately 50 youngsters who had come to attend Bethel’s Vacation Bible School were four…

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Part Two: GMR students open up about their school

Since the 2015 ballot questions were first introduced, several adults have commented, as reported in The Tribune, on the division they have witnessed in the Greenbush-Middle River School district.     Some GMR senior students having walked the Greenbush-Middle River halls and graduated this past spring addressed this division. “People think that we’re not getting…

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Lake of the Woods MN Fishing Report

Late summer fishing on Lake of the Woods is famous for walleyes, muskies, bass and pike and if the last week of July is any indication, August is going to be epic. Spinners with leeches, crawlers, or minnows in 17 feet and out to 30 strong for walleyes and saugers. Reefs doing well too. Gold,…

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11th Annual “Score Fore” Kittson Memorial Golf Tournament

The 11th annual “Score Fore” Kittson Memorial Golf Tournament was held on Thursday, July 13, at the Two River Golf Course in Hallock, MN. The course was in beautiful shape to match our perfect weather day for an incredible July day to golf. The beautiful new R.C. Nelson Pavilion on hole number five added to…

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Part One: GMR students open up about their school

Following the November 2015 vote, one seeing district residents vote in favor of renewing the existing operating levy and vote down the building of one new school in the Greenbush area, Greenbush-Middle River Superintendent Tom Jerome said, no matter the results, the district would continue to focus on “serving our students and providing the very…

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Lake of the Woods Fishing on Midwest Outdoors TV This Weekend

Lake of the Woods will be featured this weekend on Midwest Outdoors TV with a special look into charter fishing.  Greg Jones, host of Midwest Outdoors and Joe Henry with Lake of the Woods Tourism will preview what’s in store if you decide to use a full service charter or use a guide. There are…

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KMHC hires new CEO

Ashley Rivera, the new CEO for the Kittson Memorial Healthcare Center, says that he has had a very welcoming experience. “Everyone is so friendly up here,” Rivera says, “People will wave at you when you’re walking or driving, and everyone is willing to say hi and chat; it is not like that from where I’m…

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Gary Erickson is Roseau County’s 2017 Outstanding male Senior Citizen Volunteer

Gary (Jackie) Erickson of rural Badger is well-known for his kind, jovial nature and his willingness to step up to the plate and offer a helping hand wherever or whenever there is a need.  The possession of these admirable traits have not gone unnoticed.  Last week he was selected the Roseau County 2017 male Senior…

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Lake of the Woods Fishing Report

Everything is building up for a great end of July and August fishing on Lake of the Woods. Spinners with leeches, crawlers, or minnows in 15 feet and out to 31 feet catching walleyes and saugers. Finding structure key. Gold doing good as always. White and silver color doing good as well as walleyes are…

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July 21st, 2017 Severe Thunderstorm Potential

Severe thunderstorms likely this afternoon and evening across the region. Details such as coverage, exact timing, and exact locations still uncertain. Main Impacts:  Hail up to 2 inches or greater, Winds up to 75 mph, Tornadoes, Localized heavy rainfall Hot and Muggy with heat index values approaching 100F across some areas. Stay Safe! Keep up…

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