Grygla Eagle

Lea Ann Torgerson, pictured, and Marilou Cwikla, sat down with the Grygla Eagle Newspaper last week to share their personal experiences of how breast cancer became a part of their story. Photos by Grygla Eagle Newspaper
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 necessary to detect the disease in its early stages.  Two local survivors have agreed to share their stories with...
L-R: Coordinator Robin Johnson, Emily Johnson, Addison Severts, Harper Severts, Brianna Severts, Emma Sundberg, Caitlyn Rath, Allie Sundberg, ASB Representative Laurie Polansky. Photo courtesy of Grygla School
Seven Grygla students in grades K-6 successfully completed the Read, Write, Math summer program and celebrated with a pizza party at Yo-Hawn’s on September 18th. Coordinator Robin Johnson provided the following information: Fifteen kids initially signed up with seven completing the program....
When he moved to Grygla last fall, Patrick Hackley says he was very impressed at how the community rallies around each other and supports their own like a big family; it was something he wanted to be a part of and decided to give back. Taking some time over the winter to come up with ideas, Patrick...
Lucian Tinnes and Cheyenne Irlbeck, AAA
The Grygla High School recently presented seven students with distinguished awards. Principal Jamie Lunsetter names the students recognized for each award. Lucian Tinnes and  Cheyenne Irlbeck, AAA The purpose of AAA is to recognize and honor high school seniors who have exceled in the classroom, on...
Front row, L-R: Payzlea Kainz (1st grade), Nichole Arveson (senior), Queen Libby Johnson (senior), King Kaleb Sjulestad (senior), Mercedes Coan (senior), Graysen Metcalf (1st grade). Back row, L-R: Dylan Wold (senior), Ian Haugen (sophomore), Trinity Walseth (sophomore), Kendra Jensen (2017 Queen), Kayla Kiesow (junior), Blake Passa (junior) and Jacob Tharaldson (senior). Photos by Thoele Photography
Goodridge Homecoming Coronation was held Monday afternoon, October 1st, with Kaleb Sjulestad and Libby Johnson being crowned King and Queen.  
Front row, L-R: Sunnimae Stratton (1st grade), Abby Kiesow (senior), Queen Cheyenne Irlbeck (senior), King Jaden Kiesow (senior), Sarah Suchoski (senior) and Hudson Knight (1st grade). Back row, L-R: Evan Fish (junior), Casse Alten (junior), Lucian Tinnes (senior), Trystan Jelle and Clay Irlbeck (2017 King & Queen), Peyton Verbout (senior), Gracie Lunsetter (sophomore) and Jared Haack (sophomore). Photo by Thoele Photography
Grygla Homecoming Coronation was held Monday evening, October 1st, with Jaden Kiesow and Cheyenne Irlbeck being crowned King and Queen. See page 3 for more pictures, including the Goodridge Homecoming Court.
Kelly Klein, Director of Facilities at the Warroad School.
With the 2018 elections coming up on November 6th, the Grygla Eagle sat down with Grygla’s three Mayoral Candidates – Richard Mosher, Kelly Klein and Blair Saurdiff. Their interviews are below in their own words. Council members on the ballot include Gavin Nordby, Lindsay Oslund, Karla Byklum and...
September 21st marked Jordan Herseth’s graduation from the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, California. He is pictured with his parents, Steven and Leighanne Kaczor, and his brothers, Seth and Brayden, who both attend Grygla Elementary School.
Jordan Herseth was back home for a quick 10-day trip before heading back out to California earlier this week. A 2018 Grygla Graduate, Jordan left for the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, CA, on June 4th. (What was supposed to be a 13 week Boot Camp, ended up being about 16 weeks due to a...
With the November 6, 2018, Election right around the corner, meet the School Board Candidates on this year’s ballot.  For Grygla/Gatzke, the following people are not up for re-election and will continue to serve on their board: Karina Tinnes, Jeremy Rychlock and Andy Oslund. The ballot has the...
#34 Peyton Verbout and #41 Lucian Tinnes last Friday in Argyle. Photo courtesy of Heidi Whitmer Hanson.
The Chargers are now 4-1 after the winning streak came to an end last Friday night in Argyle where they played the Stephen/Argyle Storm. Head Coach John Wilebski said, “It was a tough loss to a very good team. A battle between two state-ranked teams. A handful of plays will dictate the outcome of a...


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