A few teams from the Goodridge/Grygla area headed to Grand Forks last weekend to participate in the annual Grand Am Basketball tourney.
The team won their 1st game, but lost the other two. Opponents included the Wahpeton Huskies and the Devils Lake Bucks!
The Iron Chargers headed to Council Bluffs, Iowa, last Wednesday through Sunday where the two Grygla teams competed in the U.S. Open Robotics Championship. The event was held at the Mid America Center.
The C team won their last qualification match on Saturday, ending at 5-5; the G team finished...
On April 20th & 21st at 7pm, the Goodridge High School Drama Department will be performing “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” by Tim Kelly. Dorothy and her friends battle fighting trees, flying monkeys, a trip through Dainty China Country, and of course the Wicked Witch to try to obtain a brain, a...
The Chargers Winter Sports Banquet was held in Goodridge last week on Tuesday, April 4th. The Goodridge Lions cooked up supper for the crowd while coaches handed out awards to the GG athletes.
The Grygla Fire & Rescue department was dispatched at approximately 9:30am on Friday, March 31st, to 63357 Caramel Road NW in response to a male victim that had fallen from a ladder. Fire Chief Bob Thompson stated that the victim was Ralph Smith, who was at the Staveness property when he fell...
It was the ever popular Elementary Basketball night in Grygla last week, which was held in conjunction with the ECFE fundraiser.
The Six Star Conference Banquet was held the end of March in Stephen with the following six teams in attendance: BGMR, Grygla/Goodridge, KCC, Northern Freeze, Stephen/Argyle, Warren/Alvarado/Oslo.
Grygla Fire Department received a call on Saturday, March 25th, at 2:12am to respond to a house fire at the old Harlan and Doris Cleven farm, which was currently owned by Loren Lusignan and rented by Jace Olson/Emily Sletten, per Bob Thompson, Fire Chief.
Assistant Fire Chief, Brad Monson, was...
Northwest Regional Library is privileged to present to you a special presentation entitled Minnesota in the Great War (WWI). The presenter is Mr. Arn Kind, a teacher of 38 years, who will come in the authentic uniform of an American Doughboy to teach us about “the war to end all wars.”
Grygla High School held their Spring Fling last week that concluded with coronation on Friday. The junior class racked up the most points over the course of the week, earning them the title of King and Queen.