This aerial view of Grygla was just taken last Saturday by Brianna Shaw, who flew into town. Photo courtesy of Mercedes Coan
The Grygla area appeals to nature lovers and seekers, alike. With a few different routes bringing you to our neck of the woods, you’re sure to see an abundance of wildlife whichever trek you take. The rural roads to Grygla can often include sightings of deer, moose, black bear, wolves and coyotes,...
Abby Sundberg teaches 4th grade in Grygla. Photo by Grygla Eagle Newspaper
Grygla 4th grade teacher Abby Sundberg will be heading to Orlando, Florida, on March 13th -15th to attend the 2020 NEA National Leadership Summit. National Education Association (NEA), the nation’s largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education....
In honor of National Fire Prevention Week (October 6th-12th, 2019), many young kids paid a visit to the Grygla Fire Station throughout the week, which included elementary classes, along with ECFE children and parents. “Not every hero wears a cape. PLAN and PRACTICE your ESCAPE!” was this year’s...
Your vote can make all the difference! Marshall County Deputy Sheriff Cody Gillund and K9 Eva are one of 30 finalists who are eligible to win a new SUV for their K9 Unit from nonprofit Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.  Vote once a day from now until October 31st to help them win! Go to
  Written by Kari Sundberg, Eagle Editor Shorty, Herring Head, Jigsaw, Hammered Gold Spinner....these were just a few of the terms Ben Kucera was throwing out there when he sat down to discuss his new tackle business! Northern Lights Tackle is officially up and running out of the Kucera home in...
Let’s talk about it   Written and submitted by Saphire Walker October 10th is Mental Health Awareness Day so I thought what better way to start off my column with a little insight of what I’ve personally gone through and why I’m so passionate about this topic.  You may know I am a motivational...
One of the duplexes in town. Photos courtesy of Dave Hunter
Written by Kari Sundberg, Eagle Editor Dave Hunter, a partner in Pine Cone Investments, LLC, has been spending some time in Grygla this last week. As a new owner of multiple buildings in town, Dave has truly enjoyed spending time here. “I have been so impressed with how friendly and helpful...
Derek Gieseke, Principal at Grygla School.
    Grygla School In addition to the three new faces in Grygla above, some other changes in the Grygla School include Beth Kucera coming back to teach Business/Computer classes, along with some Math classes. Jana Nelson switched positions and is now teaching 5th grade. Katie Brobst is also now...
A rest on Locke Island, which is right near the French Portage Narrows. All photos by Kari Sundberg
Written by Kari Sundberg, Eagle Editor “The modern city-world system uses people to get work done. But here – here I’m using the work…to get myself done. What better work is there than that?” ~ Douglas Wood, The Forecast I’ve been going back and forth with writing this since July and had made up my...
Written by Kari Sundberg, Eagle Editor Shannon and Denise Ostby hosted some special guests recently who were first-time visitors to the Grygla area. Coming from an Amish Community west of Greenbay, Wisconsin, the Ostby’s friends, John and Katie (and family) made their week-long trip to town one of...


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