Dear Santa, I live in the country of Wannaska. My bike got ran over I wold sure like spy stuff for cristmas. Is Rudlf real? Thank you for the monster truck last year. Yours truly, Seth (Kaczor)   Dear Santa, I live in Gryga. I like to play hockey. How many reindeer do you have? How old is Ruddph?...
Stop in to Diamond’s, Yo-Hawn’s or the Grain Bin Café and surprise a friend with a gift certificate good for a tasty meal out. Yo-Hawn’s Bar & Grill also has a variety of spirits, wines, champagnes and liquors available on off-sale – another gift they are sure to never return! Pictured is Darell and Karen Severts, owners of Yo-Hawn’s.
Christmas is just around the corner and it’s up to YOU to shop local! Why shop at a locally owned business first? Shopping local retains our community and shopping local retains our distinctiveness. Local businesses respond quickly to the needs of local customers, stocking products to meet an...
Could you use a little holiday cash? How about $1500? That’s the first place prize for the Holiday Cash Raffle that’s currently being put on by the Grygla Centennial Committee! Winners will be announced at the Grygla Community Center during the Holiday Extravaganza Bingo/Chili Fundraiser on...
The trees are lined up and ready for purchase.
Locally grown Christmas trees are available for purchase at the Grygla Coop. They are grown at the Paul and Ruby Sundberg farm and cost $20 each. 
Benji Wilebski was named District 9 West All Sub District for Football with Caleb Olson (right) being named honorable mention. Wilebski also received Academic All State from the MN Football Coaches Association; he was 1 of 13 kids in the state chosen in 9-man football. Criteria includes academic GPA, character, leadership and football ability.
The Fall Sports Banquet was held in Goodridge last week on November 23rd. A potluck supper was held with special music, along with remarks from coaches and awards being given out. Grygla High School ‘A’ Honor Roll and Athletic awards were announced. In recognition of American Education Week, the...
Nathan Rittenour and his wife, Starla, with workers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on April 13, 2014.
The following article was published in the November 2015 issue of the Water Well Journal. Water Well Journal is a monthly trade publication that goes to more than 24,000 readers in the United States and overseas that covers topics such as drilling techniques, geothermal systems, pumping systems,...
Team 4149C were named ‘Tournament Champions’ at their robotics competition in Albany last weekend. Team members, L-R, are McKayla Vad, Dustin Nelson, Kelly Dougherty and Trystan Jelle.
The Iron Chargers 4149C & 4149G teams attended their first VEX Robotics Competition of the year in Albany, MN last weekend and have never had such a successful competition! Their list of achievements included: Tournament Champions, Design Award, Excellence Award, highest programming skills...
Ava Sorvg, Grygla Elementary Third Grader, is pictured with her grandma, Nadine Wold.
What is American Education Week?  A week that presents all Americans with a wonderful opportunity to celebrate public education and honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring that every child receives a quality education.  Parents, grandparents and family members were invited to the...
In this photo, Andy Jacobson is taking part in a Battalion Ruck March at Camp Ripley, in Little Falls, Minnesota. A Ruck March, also called a “foot march”, involves covering a range of distances and paces with a weighted backpack.
Jacobson is an active member of the MN Army National Guard. He is the son of Terry Jacobson, Roseau, and Linnae Johnson, Alaska. He recently sat down with the Eagle for an interview in celebration of Veterans Day. Andy Jacobson, MN Army National Guard – Specialist E4 When did you join the Minnesota...


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