The Grygla Eagle recently sat down with Wayne Hanson and Andy Jacobson, both residents of Grygla, in honor of Veterans Day.
Wayne Hanson is a Vietnam Veteran; his interview is being featured this week. Jacobson is an active member of the Minnesota Army National Guard, and his interview will be...
American State Bank of Grygla had some pretty impressive pumpkins on display last week! The local businesses received 22 pumpkin entries this year and said the judges had a difficult time deciding on winners since all the pumpkins were creative and artfully decorated.
The top vote getters were:
Marshall County Historical Society’s 2015 Annual meeting was held October 22nd at the Viking Diner. Numerous reports were read highlighting another successful year for the historical society. Over the past year about 4,000 people visited the museum coming from 14 different states and two countries...
The Grygla Elementary Halloween Carnival was a hit with the kiddos last Friday, October 30th. ECFE event coordinators said approximately 50 kids came to the annual bash!
Harvest Bowl celebrates 42 years of excellence in agriculture, education and Bison athletics!
The event begins at 5:30pm on Friday, November 6th, with the Harvest Bowl social, dinner and awards program at the Ramada Plaza Suites in Fargo. Following the evening festivities is the Harvest Bowl...
Last Sunday evening the Grygla Centennial Committee hosted a fundraiser involving basketball competitions. It was a great night full of fun and laughs. Thank you to all who attended!
Charger’s Volleyball Parent’s Night was held in Goodridge on Monday, October 19th. The varsity team lost in 4 games to Stephen/Argyle. (17-25, 20-25, 31-29, 21-25)
Head Coach Jean Schulz said the girls played tough against a tough team.
Ace Assits: Hannah Dietsch 18, Alison Satre 14.
This Sunday evening is the ‘All City Basketball Challenge’ that will take place from 4-7pm at the Grygla School. This is a Grygla Centennial Fundraiser in which our community businesses will play basketball against each other for bragging rights! BBQs, hotdogs and chips will be available at...
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the same.
That’s why two local...