May 21, 2022

Grant County Herald

Community news from the prairie to the lakes

The Anderson Building Movers crew pose alongside the log cabin once it was raised from the foundation. Photo by Neil Anderson The historic log cabin...

Kensington’s Debbie and Tim Moen have had a tough winter, and on Saturday, May 21, the Kensington Lions Club is going to sponsor a pancakes...

At last Tuesday’s Grant County Board of Commissioners meeting, Ann Stehn, EMPA, PHN, administrator of Horizon Public Health (HPH) gave an update on the COVID-19...

To celebrate Earth Day on April 22, Herman-Norcross students started the Earth Day project by planting flower and vegetable seeds. Then, they called some local...

BY C. A. RAYEditor When Susan and I were married, 50 years ago, we had no idea what the future held for us. You don’t...

Donations are needed for the Wendell Lions Club, Diaper and Basic Spring Kids’ Drive, Wednesday, May 11, 2022, in Wendell. “The idea for this came...

BY WINSLOW MYERS PeaceVoice The planet and its national and international institutions are not even close to facing the realities that confront us. Instead, we...

BY GENE POLICINSKI The Freedom Forum Well, at least, we know: Roe v. Wade, which has protected abortion rights in the U.S since 1973, seems...

BY MEL GURTOV PeaceVoice In case you haven’t noticed, a major consequence of the Ukraine war is the bonanza it has provided for the oil...

The West Central Area boys golf team continued its Quad County dominance with a win at the Ashby Invite Monday. The Knight boys are also...

The West Central Area Knights softball team went 4-1 last week to improve to 6-2 on the season. The Tigers swept Benson and Montevideo in...

The West Central Area softball team went 2-1 last week to go above .500 on the season at 3-2. The Knights beat Minnewaska 14-8 on...