Advantage Ag Air crew, L-R: Blake Farder, Andrew Kilian, Riley Farder and Aaron Peterson. Not pictured: Lucian Tinnes. Photo by Grygla Eagle Newspaper
I remember a few years back when I did a story on Jimmy Holte and his aerial spray business. I drove into his yard and there was so much life and energy…just an excitement in the air; his spray plane was parked outside the open hanger, Gloria was outside smiling and tending to her flowers, ready to...
Pictured above is Joe Riehl’s AWO RR, based on the region of the Cuyuna Range in the 1960’s. Photos by Grygla Eagle Newspaper
Many hours spread over many days, a pile of parts on a table has become an operating model railroad at the home of Joe Riehl. Inspired by the landscapes of the Cuyuna Range region, Joe is constructing his very own railroad that he calls AWO RR; AWO meaning “Always Wanted One” Railroad! Finally, at...
Last year, Chix from the Stix set up their campsite at Relay for Life with a “Wipeout Cancer” theme. Pictured are sisters, Tausha and Shaunna, who are both members of Grygla’s Relay team. This year, the Chix will be setting up their site in Warren with a baseball theme to help “Strikeout Cancer.” Photo taken from the June 14, 2017, Grygla Eagle Newspaper
The 2018 Relay for Life of Marshall Pennington Counties will be held next week on Friday, June 8th, from 5pm to 12am at the Marshall County Fairgrounds in Warren.  All community members are encouraged and invited to attend! Funds raised help the American Cancer Society provide free information and...
Front row, L-R: Katelyn Larson, Lewis Jones, Nolan Anderson, Chelsie Nelson, Jamie Dougherty, Gracie Lunsetter. Middle: Eli Sundberg, Carlye Kiesow, Levi Kiesow, Jared Haack, Lucian Tinnes, Cheyenne Irlbeck, Abby Kiesow. Back row, L-R: Tucker Verbout, Payton Grandstrand, Jake Ahlbeck, Clay Irlbeck, Peyton Verbout, Jaden Kiesow. Not pictured: Walter Jones and Levi Sparby. Photo courtesy of Thoele Photography
The 2018 Grygla Trap Team has finished their regular season 3rd out of 9 for Class 1A Conference 9. Trophies are awarded to 1st and 2nd so, unfortunately, the team missed a trophy by one. For the past two years, Trevor Kiesow has been the head coach for the team. For the 2019 year, Kenny Lunsetter...
The One Vegetable, One Community program kicked off at the Grygla community garden last week.
The One Vegetable, One Community program kicked off at the Grygla community garden last week. One Vegetable, One Community unites local communities by encouraging gardeners of all levels to plant, grow, cook, and/or share a featured vegetable of the year. Each community chooses their own featured...
As he prepares to retire, Daryl reflects! Photo courtesy of Daryl Byklum
Daryl Byklum was in the first graduating class from Grygla High School in 1975. He is the son of Dorothy and the late Harry Byklum. Daryl is currently teaching at John Adams Middle School in Rochester, MN, but is preparing for his upcoming retirement. Over the course of his 37 years, Daryl has...
Grygla 4th and 5th graders are pictured with Ashley Hitt, Natural Resource Specialist at the Red Lake Watershed District, and Kyle Glowa, GIS Mapping and Outreach Corps Member, (far back) who brought the ‘River of Dreams’ program to the local classrooms. Photos by Grygla Eagle Newspaper
Last Friday, May 11th, was an exciting day down at the Mud River in Grygla. The 4th and 5th grade classes have been taking part in the “River of Dreams” canoe launch program. Representatives from the International Water Institute, Conservations Corps and Red Lake Watershed District have been...
Bryanna Grefthen, Gatzke, MN, presents undergraduate research as part of U of M Crookston Honors Program. Students in the Honors Program at the University of Minnesota Crookston defended their honors thesis during finals week. Presenters included Bryanna Grefthen, a senior majoring in biology....
Pictured: Lon Englund, Jim Hest, Loren Lusignan, Lynn Anderson, Greg Sparby, Ava Sorvig, Kari Sundberg, Sheldin Sundberg and Anna Sundberg.
The Grygla Lion’s volunteer and participate in the Adopt a Highway Program, adopting the last 1.5 miles before the six mile corner and then the next ½ mile going north on Highway 89. With high temps and the sun shining, volunteers picked up 4 miles of litter last Thursday.
Donavin Hagen, left, as Charlie.
The Goodridge School hosted a “Night on the Town” last week. The Goodridge Senior High Art Class put on an Art Show at 6pm and the Drama Department performed “Larceny and Old Lace” at 7pm. The Close-Up Group hosted a new fundraiser this year; they turned Friday’s performance into a dinner theater...


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