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Sep

Bulldogs Win Over Pillager 5-22

The Bulldogs traveled to Pillager for their first road game of the year. OTC got on the board early with their first possession ending with a Sam Fisher touchdown. OTC scored again on their next possession as Max Naddy had a 10 yard run to make the game 14-0.   See The Review for more […]

Wed
19
Sep

New London-Spicer CC Meet

Thursday, OTC cross-country traveled to New London/Spicer to compete against twenty plus teams. This meet is a preview to the Section 6A meet to be held there on October 25th. This meet determines the teams and individuals that will advance to the state tournament in November.   See The Review for more of the story

Wed
19
Sep

State Fair 4-H Winners

Leland Bjorklund of Nidaros 4-H earned Reserve Champion Beef Heifer Showperson Senior Division. Also Commercial Junior Yearling, Purple, 2nd. Jackson Bjorklund of Nidaros 4-H earned Fourth place Senior Breeding Heifer Showperson. Also Red Angus, Registered Junior Yearling, Purple, 2nd. Lucas Bjorklund of Nidaros 4-H earned Red Angus Registered Junior Yearling, Purple, 2nd Noah Anderson of […]

Wed
19
Sep

BLACCC Receives Generous Grant From Otto Bremer Trust

As the Battle Lake Area Child Care Center nears completion, the capital campaign team races to close a funding gap, which includes the costs of paving the parking lot, fire alarm monitoring and security systems, hook up to city sewer, and a cupola. This week, The Otto Bremer Trust helped close that gap with a […]

Wed
19
Sep

First Heritage Festival Lots Of Fun

New this year replacing Pumpkin Fest was Heritage Festival Saturday, September 15 at the Battle Lake School Sports Complex. Kids and adults had a great time with races, kiddie parade and local ventriloquist James Wedgwood and his characters. See The Review for more photos.

Wed
19
Sep

Trojans Trample Knights 38-14

Offensive linebacker Gavin Paulson #53, widereceiver Jordan Lohse #5 and runningback Tanner Bennet #42 share in a tackle. Friday, September 14th the 1-1 West Central Area/Ashby Knights traveled to Barnesville to face a #4 ranked 2-0 Trojan football team. It did not take more than the first series to understand everything about Friday night was […]

Wed
19
Sep

Ashby Elevator Suddenly Closes Amid Allegations Of Manager Misspending

by Mikkel Pates, Agweek Staff Writer A Grant County, Minn., grain elevator is going belly up, alleging that its general manager spent more than $2 million of its funds for hunting safaris, taxidermy and other expenditures. See The Post for more of the story. More updated story is available at http://www.agweek.com/business/agriculture/4500598-did-safari-hunter-kill-co-op-lawyer-says-minnesota-elevator-manager#.W6EcdtRWQCE.link

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