March 5, 2021

Grant County Herald

Community news from the prairie to the lakes

Grant County has been responding to and helping in recovery to COVID-19 since last March. It became apparent early on, that our local economy was...

Students at WCA South enjoyed a beautiful day, last Friday, sledding at Rune Stone Park, Kensington.

The No. 11-ranked West Central Area/Ashby/ Brandon-Evansville Knights wrestling team went 3-0 last week, including a narrow victory over the two-time defending state champions, the...

It’s lambing season on the Jon and Tanya Winter farm, northwest of Hoffman. (Above) Teagan Winter cuddles with a week-old lamb that is being bottle-fed....

As last Tuesday’s meeting of the Grant County Board of Commissioners got underway, recently appointed chairman Dwight Walvatne asked to speak. Walvatne explained that as...

Kyle and Tammie Olson are the parents of eleven biological children; seven boys and four girls: Royal, Ethan, Wyatt, Kade, Maggie Samuel, Natalea, Nia, Zane...

BY  EMILY SWANSON Minnesotans For Healthy Kids Coalition Bipartisan legislation has been introduced in Minnesota that will make healthy drinks—such as milk—the default beverages in...

To the Editor, In the midst of this extremely cold weather, it is astonishing and heart melting that everyone is able to continue to function...

BY  REED ANFINSON Co-Publisher Grant County Herald As worldwide attention was transfixed by the rapid spread of COVID-19, Minnesota Democratic Gov. Tim Walz weighed the...

The No. 11-ranked West Central Area/Ashby/ Brandon-Evansville Knights wrestling team went 3-0 last week, including a narrow victory over the two-time defending state champions, the...

The Knights’ girls basketball team was handed a tough loss, 65-69, by the visiting Parkers Prairie Panthers last Tuesday night, but they were able to...

After 16 duals, sophomore Anthony Sykora and senior Jordan Lohse remain undefeated and the West Central Area/Ashby/Brandon-Evansville Knights wrestling team went 3-0 on the mat...