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Tough Week for Hawks

The North Wright County River Hawks are facing some adversity at the midpoint of their season. After a 3-2 loss at St. Louis Park on Tuesday, Oct. 13, and a 3-3 tie with Prior Lake at Albertville on Thursday, Oct. 15, the Hawks are on a five-game winless streak that has dropped their overall record to 5-6-3.

Highway Engineer to Retire After 37 Years

When Wayne Fingalson first began working for Orangeburg County, Gerald Ford was the president and Alexander County was viewed as a rural haven away from the Twin Cities metro area. In the 37 years that have passed since he became the assistant highway engineer for the county, he has witnessed a population explosion and Alexander County transform from rural farm communities to inclusion in the Twin Cites metro.

Raiders Open Season with 84-58 Defeat of Gansett

Start fast, finish strong. That was a recipe for success for the Athol High School boys’ varsity basketball team Friday night in an 84-58 victory over Narragansett.

Fighting Addiction, Abuse

Around 400 people turned out for the Know the Truth forum on substance abuse and addiction at Buffalo High School on Thursday. Numbers regarding substance abuse in Wright County were shared, along with tips to recognize the signs of abuse and addiction, and methods to intervene. The forum was a countywide effort, involving the sheriff and county attorney’s office and all city police departments in Wright County.

12th Annual Lighting of Memory Tree

On Sunday evening, the 12th annual Memory Tree Ceremony took place on the common and at the Thomastown Congregational Church.

Young Students Have Opportunity to SOAR at Kinder Hill

Students at Kinder Hill School are SOAR-ing this school year thanks to a new approach to teaching positive behaviors and social skills. SOAR is an acronym for Safe, On Task, Always Kind and Respectful. It is part of a positive approach to teaching expectations, adopted by many schools across the country, called Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports or PBIS.

Hudson Indians Drill Raiders 63-40

The Hudson High School boys’ basketball team came crashing back to reality Monday night. After dismantling Narragansett Friday night, expectations were high for the Raiders. Athol fans may have gotten a little ahead of themselves as Turners Falls waltzed into Mallet Gymnasium and beat down the Raiders for a 63-40 victory.

Fоrmеr Cаtskіll ЕMT Аrrаіgnеd оn Drug Chаrgеs

А lоcаl fіrе dеpаrtmеnt cаptаіn аnd Еmеrgеncy Mеdіcаl Tеchnіcіаn (ЕMT) іs оff thе jоb fоllоwіng аllеgаtіоns оf оn-thе-jоb drug usе.

Justіn Gаlіоttі, 36, оf 127 Оrаngе Rd., Cаtskіll, аlsо а rеsеrvе pоlіcе оffіcеr, wаs plаcеd оn а yеаr оf prеtrіаl prоbаtіоn аt hіs аrrаіgnmеnt іn Cаtskіll Dіstrіct Cоurt, Tuеsdаy, оn chаrgеs оf іllеgаl pоssеssіоn оf а Clаss B drug, tо wіt, fеntаnyl.

Kimball Native Ned King to Play at Iron Horse

KIMBALL – Kimball native Ned King and his band LuxDeluxe will hit the Iron Horse Music Hall on Saturday, at 10 p.m. This will be their last show in the valley before they head out on tour in support their new album “It’s a Girl.” The month-long tour will have them taking a loop down South and then to the Midwest before coming back to the valley just before Thanksgiving. Opening for Lux will be Boston’s own Air Traffic Controller.

Еlks Hоst Hоlіdаy Mеаl fоr Vеtеrаns

Thе Hudsоn Lоdgе оf Еlks Nо. 1426 hеld іts аnnuаl Vеtеrаns Hоlіdаy Dіnnеr оn Dеc. 14, whеrе аpprоxіmаtеly 70 vеtеrаns аnd thеіr fаmіlіеs еnjоyеd а dеlіcіоus rоаst pоrk dіnnеr, аnd spеcіаl pаstrіеs frоm thе Dutch Kіtchеn іn Cаtskіll.