Grygla Eagle

07/31/2018
Written by Kari Sundberg, Eagle Editor Well, there you have it! The logo for this year’s Grygla Fall Festival! Watch for the official weekend poster to run in an upcoming issue of the Eagle, but for now, let’s give you a little run down of the weekend. As always, Fall Fest is taking place on the...
07/31/2018
“I went fishing last summer up at The Angle with my buddy, Scott Baumgartner. He’s a full-time fishing guide that I’ve known since high school. It was about a month after that trip that we decided to start our own handicapped-accessible fishing service,” said Petersburg, now Director of the NW MN...
07/24/2018
The Chargers Small Fries 3rd grade team got 1st place in their tournament on Wednesday, July 18th, in Warren! This game marked the end of their summer season! The 4th grade Big Fries got 2nd place in a double elimination tournament. The Midgets played in Greenbush – they were the 7th seed and upset...
An aerial view of how the Brian and Tracy Johnson farm has changed over the last few decades! (More photos on page 3) Photos courtesy of Tracy Johnson
07/24/2018
Over the past hundred years many things on the Johnson farm have changed, but many things have stayed the same. There is still one family working together to make the farm a viable business. Brian and Tracy Johnson have not one, but two Century Farms to be proud of and keep in their family as a new...
The Northwood Church held its annual picnic last Saturday, July 14th. The picnic carried on its yearly tradition with holding a program at 11am and a potluck lunch to follow. The program included special music by Byron & Peggy Staie.
Photo by Grygla Eagle Newspaper
07/17/2018
Last Saturday was the Northwood Church picnic up by Moose River. In all honesty, I’ve never been able to make it to this annual gathering before. Every summer, the picnic is held on a Saturday for the young and old to come together and remember the church and its congregation members from years...
See story for names of those pictured.
07/10/2018
Twenty eight members from the original 44 members (11 are deceased) of the Oklee High School class of 1958 gathered on June 30 at the Oklee Cafe for their 60th reunion.   An evening of catching up, sharing a meal at the Oklee Cafe, and lots of storytelling brought many smiles to those attending. ...
The 4-H group at Luckenbach, Texas, a venue known for country music. One of its two main buildings houses the remnants of a post office, a working saloon, and a general store. The other is a dance hall. Photos courtesy of Lori Jones
07/10/2018
The Grygla Eagle recently had a nice visit with Walter Jones, son of David and Lori Jones, of Gatzke. Walter, age 14, was part of a 4-H State Exchange Program where he had the opportunity to fly down to Texas a few weeks ago. He’s been a Grygla-Gatzke Go-Getter since he was in 3rd grade; this fall...
Brooke Limesand is pictured along the Freedom Trail in Boston, Massachusetts, last week.
07/03/2018
Brooke Limesand, daughter of Glenn and Charissa Limesand, of Gatzke, graduated from Grygla High School in May and has already embarked on a huge journey that will play a role in her future medical career.  A Delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders, Brooke joined thousands of young adults...
President Trump at the Duluth Rally on June 20th. Photos by Patrick Hackley
07/03/2018
Written and Submitted by Patrick Hackley, Grygla “In the end, you’re measured not by how much you undertake but by what you finally accomplish.” For decades, administrations who called 1600 Pennsylvania Ave home have made empty promise after empty promise, leaving the American people to slowly lose...
The Depot was the actual train station in Goodridge back in 1914, according to GHS President, Margie Coan. She says with the depression and the loss of buildings due to a fire, the train stopped coming. The Depot was sold and sent to Grygla where it was used as the post office for many years. Margie says it was returned to Goodridge in 1995 and placed in the original spot. This photo hangs inside the Depot.
06/26/2018
Held in conjunction with the Freedom Festival, the Good-ridge Historical Society will celebrate 40 years of preserving area history! What a big day for this small town! The Goodridge Historial Society is made up of eight buildings located around town. The Country Museum, Depot, Telephone Building,...

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