An AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps team is hosting a day of volunteering and celebration of Minnesota’s native prairies and wildlife from 1 to 4 p.m. April 21 at Rydell National Wildlife Refuge near Erskine, Minn.
After two straight appearances in the North Dakota Class B dual wrestling tournament, Pembina County North came up one place short of a third consecutive berth. That puts more on the line for the Grizzlies wrestlers at the Region 2 individual tournament.
School districts in North Dakota and Minnesota have struggled with the delicate issue of delinquent lunch accounts, which some believe puts children in the middle. Hand stamping is one thing the districts have tried to manage the issue.
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.
The Patriots were 6-of-8 from the free-throw line in the final 1:06 as they held off host East Grand Forks Senior High 56-52 on Tuesday in the teams’ season opener. The hot finish at the line came after Win-E-Mac hit just 13 of its first 24 free-throw tries.
Saturday’s Minnesota deer opener began pretty much like every other opening day in the past 30 years for Stuart Benson. There was one difference, though: Instead of hitting the road to patrol the countryside as a conservation officer, Bensen didn’t have to go any farther than a heated deer stand a few hundred yards from his front door.
Rodnes Church, founded by Norwegian immigrants in 1885, has fought the good fight over its 127 years. But bake sales and dinners — along with contributions to the offering plate — have their limits. Members realized that when they learned it would take $30,000 to restore the church steeple to its original appearance.
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