Grygla Eagle

The Grygla ECFE program held a Fire Prevention night last Wednesday, October 7th, at the Grygla School. Local firemen were on hand to visit with the youngsters and their families in recognition of Fire Prevention Week. Volunteers included Mark Severts, Geoff Satre, Richard Davenport and Travis...
Tausha Severts is the new Elementary Special Education and Title I teacher in Grygla.
Tausha Severts is enjoying her new role at the Grygla School as the Elementary Special Education and Title I teacher. For the last 7 years, Tausha owned and operated a home daycare while taking online classes through Grand Canyon University. After earning her degree in Elementary Education and...
Jody Miller of Northern Ag, Inc.
Friday, October 16th, is National Boss’s Day. In the small towns of Grygla and Goodridge, we have a lot of great people who serve as our boss at our places of employment. The Grygla Eagle took to Facebook and asked you to nominate your boss and tell us what makes him or her so deserving of a little...
Front row kneeling, L-R: Nikki Waletzki, Carlye Kiesow, Trystan Jelle, Willie Holthusen, Lucian Tinnes. Back row standing: Brittanie Jones, Cheyenne Irlbeck, Antony Yip, Taylor Berberich, Shawntel Ignaszewski, Brooke Limesand, Jordan Herseth, Chris Lutrell, Kaitlyn Olson, Jake Ahlbeck.
The Grygla School store recently purchased a 6’ x 12’ enclosed trailer to be used for football, robotics, high mileage and other trips!
On September 22nd, the Goodridge ECFE group took a trip to Herman and Remar Voxland’s Pumpkin Patch, located north of McIntosh.
This is David Steuart’s second year setting up a campsite at Grande Corner in rural Grygla. David is from Ruthton, MN, between Marshall and Pipestone, and enjoys a simpler camping experience. He is an avid outdoors man who set up camp at Grande to enjoy a few days of grouse hunting. Arriving on...
The Jerry and Cheryl Sistad family found one of the balloons in their field, 5 miles NE of Grygla. This balloon was in memory of a baby boy named Liam Jack. The community of Grygla is mourning the loss of an infant boy who passed away last week; the Sistads have also lost two infants of their own. Cheryl says, “I believe that God sends us a sign when we need it the most; this is a sign to our community that we are not alone and others share in our sorrow.”
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. An organization called ‘Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep’, based out of Colorado, held a Remembrance Walk and Balloon Release in Littleton, Colorado, on Saturday, October 3rd. Approximately 3,000 balloons were released in remembrance of babies whose...
Danny Haack, Kelly Dahlen and Donald Haack focused on target shooting with the youth. Pictured above is Elise Monson, along with Walter Jones.
The purpose of the Fourtown/Grygla Sportsman’s Club is to promote outdoor recreation in the community and surrounding area. Last Saturday, the club did just that. Members and volunteers gathered at Grande Corner to host a successful youth gun safety training. After completing the appropriate...
NDSU and UND played each other for the first time in 12 years on Saturday, September 19th. Grygla native, Dillon Olson #9, plays for UND and is pictured above in the game against the Bison. (Photos courtesy of Mary Jo Olson.)
Grygla natives, Daniel Polansky and Dillon Olson, both former Goodridge/Grygla/Gatzke Charger football players, played against each other in the super-charged rivalry football game between NDSU and UND on Saturday, September 19th. The game was held at the Fargodome before 19,044 fans! UND fell to...
Chargers Football Parent’s Night was held last Friday night in Grygla, September 25th. Pictured are senior players, along with their parents.
The Chargers hosted Stephen/Argyle last Friday evening in Grygla, which was also Parent’s Night. GG lost the game 13-50 with SA claiming the victory. Coach John Wilebski says, “We are playing better despite the loss. Our line play needs to show up some more yet. We are starting to get some players...
Sheldon Teigland, pictured with his wife, Lucy, was the recipient of The APA Hatcher-Williams-Turkington Employee Award. Presenting the honorable award was Ben Frantz, President of the Alaska Power Association’s Board of Directors. The accolade is in recognition of exemplary service to his cooperative and community.
Sheldon Teigland, originally from Grygla, and a 1963 Goodridge High School graduate, has been living in Barrow, Alaska since 1974. He recently retired as the Administrative Manager from Barrow Utilities and Electric Cooperative, with a retirement party held in his honor, in Alaska, on July 31st,...


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