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Open meetings law requirements clarified By Enterprise staff As your local newspaper, we are on a constant quest to bring you the most accurate news and information. With everchanging state law, everyone can get confused and frustrated on how to handle open meetings, which are codifed within the state statutes. As Kittson County continues its…

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KCC boys lose two close games to start the season

By Trent Jerome, coach KCC 87 – WEM 93 As the winter chill sets in, the heat of competition rises in high school basketball gyms across the state. The KCC boys basketball team embarked on their 2023-2024 season with two early challenging matchups, setting the stage for what promises to be an exciting season. The…

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Bearcat girls topple Gators

By Mark Johnson, coach KCC 64 – BGMR 63 The Bearcats girls played their first home game of the season last Monday, Dec. 4 against conference foe and rival the BGMR Gators. The fans from both communities were treated to a competitive, edge-of-your-seat game. KCC held control of the game for most of the first…

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Pemberton wins national ag applicator award

By Anna Jauhola For the last 25 years, Lee Pemberton has spent countless hours applying agricultural fertilizer on local and area fields. His dependability and expertise has not gone unnoticed. At the end of November, Pemberton was named the 2023 AgCo Operator of the year, a national award sponsored by the AgCo Corporation recognizing custom…

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Children benefit from schools’ Backpack Program

By Anna Jauhola Throughout the school year, children receive help with hunger through the Backpack Program at all three Kittson County schools. Public Health Nurse Shunay Soliah heads up the program. “It’s offered as a partnership between the schools, Cornerstone Food Pantry and North Country Food Bank,” Soliah said. “Throughout the school year, we deliver…

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Commission tables estimate to evaluate generator

By Anna Jauhola The Kittson County Commissioners tabled a large estimate to troubleshoot issues with the courthouse’s generator during their regular meeting on Thursday, Dec. 7. Earlier this year, the generator began causing issues with the computer systems when it did a self-check the first part of the month. The internet would go down and…

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Lancaster community forms nonprofit group named LEFSA

It’s official. The Lancaster community has a new nonprofit. Recently, the founders of the newly formed Lancaster Endowment Fund School Association, LEFSA for short, received word from the IRS their application for designation as a publicly supported charity was approved. “We are extremely excited to have received this approval from the IRS and even more…

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KCC Bearcats lose back-to-back games on the ice

By Josh Rynning, coach The Kittson County Central Bearcats hockey team hosted the Crookston Pirates on Tuesday, Nov. 28. The Bearcats came out strong until the 10:45 mark in the first period where Crookston’s Blake Melsa scored an unassisted goal to put the Pirates up 1-0. The Pirates got 15 shots on Jameson Turner in…

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Bearcats girls open the basketball season with a win against WEM

By Mark Johnson, coach KCC 87 – WEM 55 The KCC Bearcats girls basketball team hit the road for their opening game of the season. They made the trek down Highway 59 to Erskine to take on the Win-E-Mac Patriots. Minnesota High School Basketball has a new element to the game this season. The MSHSL has…

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