Well folks, the death of baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron last week brought up a lot of memories for fans around the country and I was no exception.
The Northern Lakes Lightning moved its record to 3-1 on the year, picking up a pair of victories last week.
The McGregor Lanes no tap tournament has been extended through the beginning of March.
The Aitkin Gobbler wrestlers lost both of their matches in the long-waited season opener Jan. 15 to 2020 State Class A team entrants.
The Northern Lakes lit the lamp four times in the first period Jan. 14, cruising to an easy 10-0 opening season win over Park Rapids at the Br…
In the spirit of teamwork taught by youth sports, Brandl GM has partnered with Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association to provide players and …
Well folks, it is the greatest tradition in sports and it’s something that other aspects of our world could certainly take to heart.
The McGregor Mercs girls basketball team opened its season Jan. 14 with a 59-34 loss to the Carlton Bulldogs.
The opening game of the girls basketball season was a long time coming.
Rashad Gayden is a newcomer to McGregor but he’s already impressed with the area and his 2021 Mercs boys basketball team.
Aitkin All Starz Coach Kaitlin Wake has found her first year is going to be interesting.
The Minnesota State High School League, with guidelines from the Minnesota Department of Health, has recently weighed in on opening winter spo…
The Aitkin High School boys basketball team has a new head coach this season – one who is very familiar with the program.
It’s amazing to note that Aitkin Gobbler girls basketball coach Donavon Daiker is one of two coaches in the Mid-State Conference with the most…
McGregor Mercs girls basketball coach Amy Hawkinson is in her third year as head coach and she admits this is a year like no other.
Well, folks, the mask is certainly the topic of conversation this past week or two, and now that high school sports have started up again, it…
Lightning is about to strike again in January.
It will be 62 years this spring that Alvin Buss and his basketball buddies at Aitkin High School just missed a chance for immortality.
The year started out like any other year, but as we all know it turned out to be unlike any other year before.
Well folks, here comes 2021, and the world of sports is ready for another year.
Well folks, 2020 is about to get out of town and – whether we are ready or not – 2021 is about to make its first appearance this week.
The year 2021 can’t come fast enough for Alex White, activities director at Aitkin High School.
Well folks, I found it interesting last week when Major League Baseball made the decision to refer to the Negro Leagues that played the game s…
Dave Baker is one lucky guy.
The accolades continue to pour in for area football players.
If Owen Miller was the Butch Cassidy of this year’s Aitkin Gobbler football team, there is no doubt that Austin Price was The Sundance Kid.
Being an athletic and activities director may not be on the “world’s toughest jobs list.”