Grygla Eagle

01/11/2022
January-June was featured last week with July-December continuing this week. July - 5th Annual Goodridge Freedom Festival is held. Chelsie Nelson places 373 out of 1800 at National Trap Championship. 30th Annual Grygla Open takes place in Roseau. Manhunt continues for Eric Reinbold in homicide...
01/04/2022
January-June to be featured this week with July-December continuing next week. January – Lisa Swanson closes S&S Rehab Products + after being in business for 15 years in TRF. The Grygla First Responders are among the first to receive their COVID vaccines in town. MSHSL announces that the...
Sitting just outside of Grygla is the old farmstead of Robert and Mary Ann Verbout, who resided here from 1957 until 2010. Photo courtesy of Alisha Anderson
01/04/2022
Written by Kari Sundberg, Eagle Editor This is a special Christmas story about one family who came together over the holidays to recreate some timeless memories in a familiar old farmhouse.  The children and grandchildren of Robert and Mary Ann Verbout gathered to celebrate one last Christmas in...
12/21/2021
The Grace and Our Savior’s Lutheran Church youth group held their Live Nativity last Sunday evening, December 19th. Despite a crisp wind, the temperatures allowed for a beautiful night walking down State Street, beginning at Yo-Hawn’s and ending at the Veteran’s Memorial Park. Youth group members...
12/07/2021
When one door closes, another one opens…and that’s especially true for Darell and Karen Severts as they get closer to knocking on retirement’s door! But to fully do that and enjoy their golden years, and officially retire, that means shutting the doors to the ever-popular Yo-Hawn’s Bar & Grill...
Matt & Jennifer Sundberg, along with their children, Clayton and Maple.
11/30/2021
The following interview was conducted by the Grygla Eagle with Jennifer Sundberg of Phoenix Family Farms, located in rural Grygla. Matt & Jennifer Sundberg have started a new business venture selling pasture-raised meats and poultry, and it’s truly a “farm-to-family” way of life. Matt and...
L-R: Elliot Philipp, Reece Sundberg, Nolan Anderson and Andrew Loken. Not pictured: Jordan Coan. Photo courtesy of John Wilebski
11/23/2021
Fall Sports have wrapped up and post-season awards have been given out to the following Charger football and volleyball players:  Andrew Loken: Offensive Player of the Year; Reece Sundberg: All-District; Nolan Anderson: All-District; Elliot Philipp: All-District Honorable Mention; Jordan Coan: All-...
11/02/2021
Last week, before the Chargers took on the Northern Freeze Tuesday, October 26th, a short ceremony was held dedicating the Grygla Football Field officially as the Darwin Hagen Field.  Coach Hagen, pictured far right next to his sign, served as Head Coach for the Grygla Eagles in 1976. He also...
The Chargers hosted Northern Freeze in Grygla last week in the first round of playoffs, defeating them 35-26! Photo by Grygla Eagle Newspaper
11/02/2021
It was a week of many emotions for the Chargers with both the VB/FB teams hosting the first games in the playoff matches. Charger’s Volleyball started out the week on Monday, October 25th, hosting Indus in Goodridge. The Chargers won in 3 sets with final scores of 25-8, 25-11, 25-9. Stats for that...
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10/26/2021
June 7, 2021, marked the 100th anniversary of one of the most brutal murders to happen in Fargo, followed by what was heralded as “The most sensational murder trial in North Dakota history.” 18-year-old Marie Wick of Grygla, Minnesota, was killed in a downtown Fargo hotel during her first trip away...

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