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Nick Mickelson
09/11/2018
Nick Mickelson   What is your new position at the school? I am the 7-12th grade science teacher.  What/where were you previously teaching? This is my first full-time teaching position. Previously, I was a K-12 substitute teacher in the Goodridge, Grygla, and RLCC school districts.  Educational...
Donald Haack of Grygla (far right) is one of the field day instructors.
09/11/2018
The Fourtown/Grygla Sportsman’s Club hosted their annual youth firearm safety field day last Saturday at Grande Corner from 9am-1pm. This is the 8th year the range course has been held at the location 11 miles east of Grygla, along Highway 89. Numerous stations were set up for youth hunters to...
#10 Moses Jensen holds off a Bears defender - meanwhile, watch out #20 because here comes Lucian Tinnes!  The Chargers beat the Bears 46-0 last Thursday, August 30th, in Goodridge. Photo by Grygla Eagle Newspaper
09/05/2018
Last Thursday, August 30th, marked the season opener for the 2018 Chargers Football team. They hosted the Clearbrook/Gonvick Bears on the field in Goodridge and ended the game with 46-0 on the scoreboard! GG: 6.14.20.6=46 CG: 0.0.0.0=0 Stats courtesy of Head Coach, John Wilebski: Jaden Kiesow 3 yd...
Age 4: Carter Ostby 47.8, Maddison Tennancour 44.7, Adeline Wichterman 34.0
09/05/2018
The Grygla Fall Festival Committee and Grygla Lion’s Club sponsored Schmidt Pedal Pulls out of Alexandria at the Grygla Fall Festival on Saturday, August 25th. 70 kids ages 4-11 years old participated. The results below are listed in order of 1st, 2nd, 3rd. Photos courtesy of Danny Bragg  
Sue’s Beauty Shop placed 1st in the Men’s Softball Tournament at the Grygla Fall Festival on Sunday, August 26th. This was the 20th year the team has been playing. They have placed 1st a total of eight times! Photo courtesy of Jamie Aune
09/05/2018
The Grygla Fall Festival was held the weekend of August 25 and 26. There were a lot of activities for all ages and it was a great weekend!
One of the parade winners was Best Tractor: Cure for Cancer – George Olson.
08/28/2018
A few highlights in pictures from Grygla Fall Festival.
L-R: Emma Sundberg, Madi Tabaka, Allie Sundberg and Jacob Tabaka. Photos courtesy of Amber Sundberg
08/28/2018
Allie Sundberg, a Grygla 6th grader, has taken on her own “Kindness Rocks” project and you’ve maybe been a part of it without even knowing it! Over the Fall Fest weekend, a few people at the Horseshoe pit found a painted rock that was hidden in an unsuspecting place. The rock had an inspirational...
Looking west, you can see Dick’s Parkway and the small ditch perpendicular to it under the wing of the plane. This ditch helped slow the spread, along with immediate and multiple air attack efforts. Photo taken 10:30am Thursday morning, August 23rd. Photo courtesy of MNDNR
08/28/2018
As of Monday, August 27th, the Moose River West Fire has been contained. According to Kristi Coughlon, MN DNR Public Information Officer, there are still about 30 crew members on site that will continue to monitor the area over the next couple of days. DNR prescribed burns are a common occurrence,...
08/14/2018
Monday marked the start of the official fall sports season with football and volleyball practice starting for our high school athletes. Chargers football and volleyball practice is taking place in Grygla this entire week from 8-11:30am with a bus leaving the Good-ridge School at 7:30am. (Volleyball...
Lisa Erickson, 223 State Street West, Grygla, has been nominated for ‘Yard of the Week’ but due to the nature of her yard, we’re diving in a little deeper this week and going to discuss pollinator friendly gardening below! Photos by Grygla Eagle Newspaper
08/14/2018
Lisa Erickson has created such a pollinator-friendly landscape around her yard that it’s no wonder she wanted to take the focus off her ‘Yard of the Week’ nomination and redirect it towards pollinator gardens. With a mixture of native flowers and cultivars spread around the entire yard, her gardens...

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