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...
Zach Olson is currently cycling the TransAmerica Trail, which takes him from west coast to east coast, going through ten different states. He took this picture above as he made his way through Wyoming.
Written by Kari Sundberg, Eagle Editor Note: Zach Olson is a cousin of mine on my mom’s side. I thought you could all use a little break from the COVID news and hear about Zach’s amazing adventure he’s currently on. With an end goal of September 11th, a follow-up story will happen later, updating...
Written by Jamie Lunsetter, Grygla School Superintendent/Athletic Direc tor We are eagerly awaiting our students to return through our school doors this fall! I wanted to send out a quick update on the progress we’re making within our planning committee for returning to school in the fall. First,...
On Friday, July 31st, the planning committee for Grygla School’s Safe Return to School met in the Grygla School Library. One parent and one student representative accompanied several school staff members on the committee. The committee will be working to develop a plan that will allow Grygla School...
Veterans honored, L-R: David Schlofer, Rodney Hoffman, John Lovly and Roger Pittman.
The veterans program and presentation of the quilts made by the Red White & Blue Quilters took place after the parade on Saturday. Starting off with the Presentation of Colors, then followed by Jordynn Johnsrud singing the National Anthem.  Special honored veterans, Rodney Hoffman, John Lovly,...
Chubby Feragen will have this table on display at this Saturday’s Freedom Fest in Goodridge. Make sure to check it out. Read the history on it here. Photos by Grygla Eagle Newspaper
George “Chubby” Feragen took a damaged, shattered table and turned it into quite a special tribute in honor of his family members who have all served in the military.  The patio table was originally covered in glass, but was shattered by the umbrella in a wind storm. Chubby decided to take on the...
Eunice Schulz was named the 2005 Beautification Winner by the Marshall-Beltrami SWCD. This photo above, along with the article below, was taken from the July 2005 Grygla Eagle.
(July 2005 – Grygla Eagle article)  This year the Marshall-Beltrami SWCD is proud to announce Eunice Schulz as the 2005 Beautification Award winner! Eunice is a resident of Northwood Township in Beltrami County. Eunice and her late husband, Harold, farmed in Euclid, MN, with Harold’s brother Martin...
The Goodridge Freedom Festival is gearing up for another round of fun and celebration. It was up in the air for a while, given the current situation with the COVID-19 threat, but the day is a go – with precautions in place.  The 4th Annual Freedom Fest will be at the Goodridge Veterans Memorial...


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