STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! Goodridge, Minn. Visitors
These Goodridge, Minn. high school students and their teacher, Trista Lund, are pictured outside of the downtown Grand Forks Herald building on Oct. 8. They came to the Herald to learn about newspap... Posted on 10/11/10 at 8:11 AM
The football turnaround at Win-E-Mac High School has carried over to the basketball court. The Patriots won their first five games of the basketball season before being edged 52-50 by Fertile-Beltrami on Monday.
As Stephen-Argyle kept winning title after title in Minnesota Section 8 nine-man football, the Storm frustrated the competition. The team won 12 straight section championships and 13 in 14 seasons from 1996 through 2009. The shoe is on the other foot now.
The middle man has been taken out of the Goodridge-Grygla offense. The Chargers' star running back Daniel Polansky switched to quarterback, where he’s taking snaps from center Brady Swanson snaps rather than pitches and handoffs from McMillin, who started the first seven games.
Snocross racer Tucker Hibbert, who grew up in Goodridge, Minn., will be featured on ABC’s "Good Morning America" on Monday and soon will be competing for a fifth-straight gold medal at ESPN’s Winter X Games 15.
Mishawn Homme, stationed in the Cenex fertilizer plant south of town, has many duties. They include scheduling crop tours, collecting soil samples and making recommendations, and selling seed, chemical. and fertilizer.
Traditionally, agronomy has been a male-dominated profession, but her gender isn’t a big deal, she said.
Linda Hanson is, by choice, an agricultural lifer.
She’s held many roles in ag — everything from milking cows as a girl to traveling the Great Plains as a sire analyst for a dairy artificial insemination company.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol says it’s experiencing a marked increase in the amount of drug trafficking arrests made by state troopers. Troopers discovered about 20 pounds of marijuana, a ½-pound of methamphetamine and seized more than $5,000 of drug-related money from September 2008 through August, the patrol said in a press release.
25 Minnesota school districts have missed the deadline to finalize teacher agreements and now face a penalty of $25 per student. Goodridge confirmed a settlement was reached Jan. 15.
, January 19, 2010
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