Grygla Eagle

Brent and Karla King, along with their children, L-R: Grayson, Annie and Harrison. Photo courtesy of Karla King
Karla (Lusignan) King is all smiles when sharing stories about her three kids. This month is especially important to her and her family as it’s National Adoption Month, which is something that they feel very passionate about. “To be honest, I don’t talk about our infertility much because adoption...
In honor of Veterans Day and his recent retirement, we look back on Jeremy Verbout’s incredible accomplishments while serving in the United States Air Force.
Lieutenant Colonel Jeremy “SEAL” Verbout has retired from the United States Air Force after serving his country for 20 years.  “My life has been a series of failures that I’ve been able to persist and be successful,” he shared. Though he’s put in years of time, dedication and service…though he’s...
Charger volleyball fans tuned into the first game of the season via Facebook Live. You can see at this point, 72 people were logged on watching the Varsity team take on WAO for the victory! More photos of the game are on the back page. This photo is a screenshot by Grygla Eagle Newspaper
The first volleyball game of the season had the Chargers traveling to Warren last Thursday. Game results: Varsity won, JV won, C won, 7-8 Blue won, 7-8 Gold lost Varsity Stats: Chloe Kuznia: 4 aces, 5 digs, 28 assists, 3 kills; Caitlyn Jacobson: 5 aces, 4 digs, 10 kills, 2 blocks; Vivian Coan: 7...
Grygla Junior, Andrew Loken, runs one of his touchdowns in last Friday afternoon! Head Coach Wilebski said Loken stood out on both sides of the ball in the game against Blackduck. More photos of the game are on the back page. 
Photo by Grygla Eagle Newspaper
“It was a great win to begin the football season. Our kids came out to play in all facets of the game,” commented Head Coach John Wilebski.  He added, “Assistant Coaches Gast and Grandstrand did a great job of preparing and implementing the game plan. We controlled the game offensively on the...
Grygla and Goodridge Trap kicked off last Sunday. Pictured is Raymond Moe shooting with guidance from Head Coach, Kenny Lunsetter.
It’s been five years now since the Chargers first formed a Trap Shooting Team. This year, things are looking a little different, but it might just be the new normal. A Fall League has always been offered through the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League, in addition to the usual Spring...
Grygla School cooks, Darlyne Roen and Jean Foss, stop for a quick picture in between the breakfast and lunch prep on Monday morning. Photo courtesy of Travis Smith
The Grygla School is happy to announce that all students will be receiving free meals, which includes breakfast, along with lunch. The free meals are available through the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), which is one of the flexibilities extended by USDA on August 31st, 2020. It allows school...
Earlier this summer, we ran a story about all the updates that were happening at Falls Cinema in Thief River Falls, which is owned by Jeff Lund, of Grygla, and his son, Daniel Lund. Well, after many wonderful renovations and some exciting new additions that add to the entire experience of “going to...
It was a nice, busy sight on Tuesday morning with Grygla School busses pulling up to each assigned door, dropping off students. The parking lot was full of vehicles again and students were excitedly walking into the building, adorned with their backpacks and masks. The school grounds have been...
Written by Kari Sundberg, Eagle Editor After first hearing about the option a couple of years ago, Cheryl Sistad finally took the leap and proceeded with DBS Therapy. Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) helps many patients who suffer from Parkinson disease, essential tremors, dystonia and even Epilepsy,...
Gavin Nordby, of Grygla, MN, with the 7-by-7 bull elk he shot Sunday, Aug. 23, north of Lake Bronson, MN, in Kittson County. Nordby was fortunate enough to draw one of the 18 either-sex elk tags the Minnesota DNR offered this year in Kittson County. The DNR offered 44 tags this year in Kittson County, including 24 antlerless tags and two bull-only tags. Photo courtesy of Gavin Nordby
Written by Brad Dokken, Northland Outdoors, Aug 29th, 2020 Drawing one of the 44 elk tags available this year in Minnesota from a record pool of 4,425 applicants and then shooting a 7-by-7 bull is like winning the lottery – twice. Gavin Nordby says he doesn’t go looking for publicity, so when he...


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