May 6, 2021

Grant County Herald

Community news from the prairie to the lakes

BY GRAND FORKS HERALD Editorial Board A handful of colleges, mostly in the east, will require students to have received a COVID-19 vaccine shot before...

Pharmacist says COVID-19 vaccine safe, effective... necessary to stop pandemic by  Mark Dewey Pharm. D. BCGP FASCP NDSU A year ago, the idea of a...

We are blessed, here in west central Minnesota, to live in an area that has many beautiful sunsets and sunrises. This past Tuesday evening featured...

BY GEORGE W. BUSH 43rd President of the United States This week, I’m proud to publish a new collection of my paintings, entitled Out of...

Last week, the Minnesota Department of Health reported that Grant County has achieved a 53 percent vaccination rate. That means 53 percent of 16 year...

Farmers, such as Todd Schneeberger, east of Elbow Lake, got their wheat drills out late last week and started spring planting. Some much-needed rain slowed...

BY C. A. RAYEditor In a world full of scandals, let me introduce one more: The pitiful way the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame...

BY TIM DOUGLASS Publisher, Pope County Tribune For those who staunchly embrace partisan politics, it’s simply not appropriate to talk about voters’ rights. Why? Because...

To the Editor, One option that should be considered for more room for the Sheriff’s Office is to expand it to the south wall of...

The West Central Area/Ashby/Brandon-Evansville Knights have completed their final official 2021 business as a team with its awards banquet. There are two team awards that...

The WCA Knights baseball team took both ends of a doubleheader against Hillcrest last Thursday at home, 8-0, and 17-3. “We played a young Hillcrest...

WCA defeated Ortonville 14-0 on Thursday, April 15, with big bats and two pitchers combining to throw a shutout.  West Central Area Knights varsity softball...