Leader Record

Al Rogalla is already at home in his new office, recently hired as the Clearwater County Attorney.  “It will be a privilege to serve the people in Clearwater County, just as it was in Pennington County, and I will work just as hard.
01/30/2018
  Two pictures of Abraham Lincoln grace the walls of Attorney Al Rogalla's office in the Clearwater County Courthouse, along with his Law Degree and a tribute to his years spent as a Marine.  “The Honorable Dennis J. Murphy, a Pennington County Judge gave me one, and a friend the other one about 15...
Pictured in left to right: Danika Harmon, Cami Johnson, Ethan Erickson, Kaylee Westrum, Deagan Griffin, Not Pictured: Chase Voxland.
01/30/2018
January High School  Students of the Month “Listen with curiosity. Speak with honesty. Act with integrity. The greatest problem with communication is we don’t listen to understand. We listen to reply. When we listen with curiosity, we don’t listen with the intent to reply. We listen for what’s...
Pictured in left to right: Danika Harmon, Cami Johnson, Ethan Erickson, Kaylee Westrum, Deagan Griffin, Not Pictured: Chase Voxland.
01/30/2018
January High School  Students of the Month “Listen with curiosity. Speak with honesty. Act with integrity. The greatest problem with communication is we don’t listen to understand. We listen to reply. When we listen with curiosity, we don’t listen with the intent to reply. We listen for what’s...
Spelling Bee winners at Clearbrook-Gonvick School were from left to right: Justyce Auguinash, Ella Engen and Johnny Martin.
01/30/2018
Eight classroom winners took part in the final spell down for the Spelling Bee contest on Thursday, January 25. They had the event in front of students in the Clearbrook-Gonvick school gym. The Spelling Bee is a series of competitions beginning at the local school level, advancing to the Regional,...
The Clearbrook-Gonvick Bears Girls basketball players
01/23/2018
The Clearbrook-Gonvick Bears Girls basketball players took a trip to Northland Community and Technical College in TRF on January 20 to watch a women’s basketball game.  Former Bear, Madison Stenzel, is a starter for the Pioneers who beat Hibbing 64-58.  Madison scored 9 points for the NCTC victory...
January Spotlight  on Support Staff: Amy Berg, Paraprofessional
01/23/2018
"Don’t study because you need to. Study because knowledge is power. Study because they can never take it away from you. Study because you want to know more. Study because it enhances you. Study because it grows you.” - Anonymous   Amy Berg is in her second year as a special education...
Director Melonie Butler of the Eagle’s Healing Nest organization was recently handed the keys to the old Good Samaritan Center in Clearbrook, and a tour of the facility took place.  Photo taken inside the building in Clearbroo
01/23/2018
  The Clearwater County Board of Commissioners met on January 16, 2018. Opening of the printing bids by County Auditor-Treasurer Allen Paulson to designate the legal paper for 2018 was one of the first items of business to be covered.  Farmers Independent in Bagley submitted the low bid for first...
Marion and Stanley’s 50th Anniversary, with sons Steve, Danny, Mike, and grandson Ryan
01/16/2018
“My family, and raising my boys, are the biggest highlights of my life,” Marion Ask says. “Those were the good old days!”  Marion turned 80 years old in November of 2017, and her “boys” made it a special day for her. She says she's had a good life, and has many fond memories of her life together...
January Teacher Feature: Willow Christen, Kindergarten Teacher
01/16/2018
“Sometimes the questions are complicated but the answers are simple.”  ~Dr. Seuss Willow Christen is in her ninth year of teaching kindergarten at Clearbrook-Gonvick and she loves it! She actually started in the district in 2004 as a part-time School Readiness and ECFE teacher and pre-school...
Dylan Goudge and Brad Eck
01/16/2018
At Monday's regular Clearbrook City Council meeting January 8th, Mayor Dylan Goudge accepts a donation for $7,500 from Border State Bank. Part of the three tier project the City is undergoing includes a walking path, playground, basketball and volleyball courts and an overhaul of the dam area as...

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