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Bearcats fall to Freeze, top Roseau in girls basketball

By Mark Johnson, coach KCC 51 – NF 63 KCC girls spent last week on the road again. Monday, Jan. 8 they traveled to Karlstad to face the Northern Freeze and Thursday, Jan. 11 they rolled east to Roseau to tangle with the Rams. The Bearcats ran into tough sledding in Karlstad on Monday night.…

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Hallock Area Community Fund offers grant opportunity

HALLOCK – The Hallock Area Community Fund announces a grant round for local nonprofits and public entities serving the Kittson Central School District area. “We are launching our first grant round in a few years”, said Kelly Bengtson, co-chair of the local advisory committee. “Submitted grants will be reviewed at our spring meeting. The grants…

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Kittson SWCD addresses office space concerns, again

By Anna Jauhola The Kittson Soil and Water Conservation District expressed concerns about upcoming renovations during the regular Kittson County Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 16. SWCD Board member Joe Wilebski reminded the commission the SWCD office and board has been asking for additional space since 2016. He said he’s disappointed in how the commission…

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Bearcats boys basketball win three, lose one in the new year

By Trent Jerome, coach KCC 61 – G-G 63 Chargers The KCC Bearcats opened the new year with a nail-biter on Thursday, Jan. 4 against the Goodridge-Grygla Chargers. Ty Vig led the charge with an early basket and a three-pointer for the Bearcats. G-G was quick to respond, setting the tone for a game that was…

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Classified Ads – February 14, 2024

Elementary Physical Education Teacher. Kittson Central is seeking applications for an elementary physical education teacher for the 2024-25 school year. Willingness to coach high school activities is also desired. Salary is determined by placement on the master salary schedule. Kittson Central is a K-12 school located in Hallock, MN, with about 235 students. The communities…

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Resident questions Hallock city plow and sander situation

By Anna Jauhola For almost a year, the city of Hallock’s snow plow/sanding truck has been out of commission. Greg Norby, of Hallock, attended the council meeting on Monday, Jan. 8 to express his concern as to why the truck is still broken. At the end of December, a rain event hit the area and…

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KCC hockey takes tough losses in the new year

By Josh Rynning, coach Grafton/PR 7 vs. KCC 0 After getting third place in the Ely Holiday tournament, the KCC Bearcats went into the new year 2-9 after finding their second win of the season against St. Paul Johnson. Starting off the new year, KCC played Grafton/Park River on Tuesday, Jan. 2. The Bearcats held…

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Bearcat girls notch wins over Ponies and Bears

By Mark Johnson, coach KCC 66 – WAO 53 The Bearcats continued to wear the tires off the school buses and hit the road Tuesday, Jan. 2 to tangle with the Warren-Alvarado-Oslo Ponies. Six of KCC’s first eight games have been played on the road. KCC jumped out to an early 10-2 lead over the…

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