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Gullander Hardware now an Ace franchise

By Anna Jauhola For 70 years, Hallock has associated Gullander Hardware with the Hardware Hank franchise. After five years of contemplation and set-backs due to COVID, the 128-year-old business is switching it up. No, they haven’t sold out – nor is Gullander’s going to be closed. They are switching to Ace Hardware. Owner Guy Gustafson,…

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2022 Election Results

Unofficial election results are in for Minnesota and Kittson County. These results and more can be found on the Minnesota Secretary of State website as well. Election results are not official until they are canvassed, which takes place within a week of the election.  KITTSON COUNTY seats County commissioners up for election were District 3…

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‘It was holding on for dear life’

Hard work and perserverance saves 150-year-old cabin By Anna Jauhola Visitors to the Kittson County Museum can finally enter the Norland pioneer cabin. Thanks to hard work by a restoration company, staffed by enthusiastic learners and passionate supervisors, the county’s oldest surviving log cabin has been restored. A few years ago, Museum Director Cindy Adams…

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Bearcats improve to 3-0 with soggy win over Northern Freeze

By Asst. Coach Mark Bernstrom Friday, Sept. 16, KCC took on the Northern Freeze in this year’s homecoming game in Lancaster. The Bearcats won their first two games already this year and were looking to go 3-0. What is usually a very busy and eventful day with lots of activity was drowned out with heavy…

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KCC volleyball team slams W-A-O, Warroad during homecoming week

By Coach Tina Turn During the second week of school, the Bearcats celebrated Homecoming week with two home volleyball games. The first game of the week was in Hallock on Tuesday, Sept. 13 against the Ponies of Warren-Alvarado-Oslo. This Northern Lights Conference match-up was the second Conference game in a week for KCC. The Bearcats…

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Lancaster boy youngest to draw tag and bag monster elk in MN

By Anna Jauhola In Section 28 of Poppleton Township, the youngest-ever elk hunter in the state of Minnesota shot a huge bull — all to his great surprise. Parker Christopherson, 11, shot an 8-by-9 bull elk on Sunday, Sept. 11. He estimates the animal weighed 800 pounds and an unofficial scoring of the rack is…

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Bearcats stomp Storm at home

By Asst. Coach Mark Bernstrom In the first home game of the year, the Bearcats took on the Stephen-Argyle Central Storm in an afternoon battle on Friday, Sept. 9 in Lancaster. These are always hard-fought games between these two rival programs, and this day was no different. The game started with a defensive stand by…

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