June 25, 2022

Grant County Herald

Community news from the prairie to the lakes

BY BEN JEALOUS President, People for the American Way June is Pride month in the United States. In big cities and small communities, LGBTQ+ people...

In 1972, a group of leaders in Elbow Lake banded together to recruit more medical help for their community. At the time, there were a...

There were lots of fun things to do in Kensington this past weekend! The petting zoo was one of them!

BY SAM VENABLE News Sentinel To paraphrase Bob Dylan: How many deaths will it take ’til we know that too many children have died?  Not...

At last Monday’s Elbow Lake City Council meeting, the main topic of discussion was the devastating storm that hit the area the evening of Memorial...

COMPAS teaching artists “Afoutayi” presented a program of Haitian music and dance at the Community Building in Elbow Lake last Wednesday. The vibrant performance was...

BY REED ANFINSON Co-Publisher, Grant County Herald There are three fundamental keys for rural communities to thrive, a study by management consulting firm McKinsey says:...

BY LEE HAMILTON Indiana University Center for Representative Government The question of America’s role in the world is central to U.S. foreign policy, and we...

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...

Paige Beyer, a ninth-grader with the Border West girls golf team, golfed at the Minnesota State Class A Girls Golf Tournament last Tuesday and Wednesday...

BY BROOKE KERN Sports Reporter West Central Area Knights senior Lexi Bright capped off her career with a strong 1600-meter run at the MSHSL Class...

Senior Lexi Bright is the lone trackster from West Central Area to qualify for state out of Section 6A Thursday, June 2, in Pelican Rapids....