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Newfolden Crash Reenactment

by Barb Geer

With prom time just around the corner, Marshall County Central High School, under the supervision of Laura Underdahl, coordinated with the Newfolden Fire Department, the Tri- County Ambulance/Karlstad, Newfolden First Responders, Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, and the Minnesota State Highway Patrold to work a Crash Scene reenactment to remind students the dangers of drinking and driving.

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Big Ten on the Hill

When Nick Wilson sends an email, his signature is followed by a list of the many things he has already involved himself in at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus: Nicholas J. Wilson, University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, Minnesota Student Association | Representative | Intern, Student Interest Coalition | Liaison to the Minnesota Student Association Executive Board, Minnesota Student Legislative Coalition | Legislative Advocate, Judicial Student Conduct Board | Chairman, and Volunteer Tax Assistance Program | Tax Preparer.

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Our Own KayDell Super—Arts Advocate of the Year!

by by Barb Geer

The Northwest Minnesota Arts Council has chosen KayDell Super, Middle River, as the 2014 Arts Advocate of the Year. The person selected for this award is chosen because of the impact this arts supporter has had on his/her peers and our region. The supporter must have been involved in, and made substantial contributions to the arts. KayDell was nominated by Deb Aune, art teacher at GMR High School. Deb has worked with KayDell through the years andbeen in a position to see her constant impact on the students at GMR.

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Gator Softball Notches Two Wins in Winter Weather

by Coach Christian

Taking advantage of some inconsistent Roseau Ram pitching the BGMR Gator Softball Team picked up their first win of the year with a 16-4 victory over the Rams. The Gators managed 3 runs in the first, 9 in the second and 4 more in the third in route to the 5 inning victory.  Gator starting pitcher Aunica Novacek was consistent as Novacek pitched 4 innings giving up 2 runs (1 earned) while striking out 4. Meanwhile Ram pitching allowed only 6 hits but also walked 10 batters. ristian

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