Teagan Anderson made nine 3-pointers Friday night as part of her game-high 30 points to lead the International Falls girls basketball team to an 80-36 victory at Deer River in the Broncos' regular-season finale.
The No. 4-seeded Rainy River Community College men's basketball team stayed close Friday with top-seeded Rochester Community and Technical College in the opening NJCAA Division III Region 13 Tournament quarterfinal game at Anoka-Ramsey, but ended up losing, 81-74.
The 17-year-old International Falls High School senior is a forward on the Bronco boys basketball team.
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25 YEARS AGO
More Minnesota high school students are hearing the notes of “Pomp and Circumstance” on graduation day and getting their diplomas, according to a report from the Minnesota Department of Education.
Of the more than 20 years Missy Walls has been teaching, this year more than most has been a year of change, progress and rewarding results.
After having opened the Section 7A Tournament two days earlier by avenging a regular-season loss to Mesabi Academy, the Littlefork-Big Falls boys basketball wasn't able to do so Thursday night against Mountain Iron-Buhl.
25 YEARS AGO
A pair of relay teams and one individual swimmer from International Falls will be competing in Saturday’s Section 6A championship finals in Grand Rapids for the opportunity to advance to state after placing in the top eight during Thursday’s section preliminaries.
The Littlefork-Big Falls girls basketball team is entering the Section 7A Tournament on a winning note following Thursday night's 61-24 home victory over Fond du Lac Ojibwe in the regular-season finale.
Rainy River Community College women's basketball forward Roneisha Jordan has been named to the Minnesota College Athletic Conference Northern Division First Team following the 2014-15 regular season.
Student life often involves doubts of the moment and dreams of the future.
Former Littlefork-Big Falls School students will see new offerings when they gather for the eighth All School Reunion in June.
A Civil War experience is coming to International Falls Public Library.
As days get longer and we feel the eventual approach of spring, we can’t help but recall how our lives and community were impacted by what’s become known as the 2014 flood.
Public discussions in January were held in Koochiching and St. Louis counties to present the most current report on the health of the Littlefork River Watershed and to invite public comment.
Q. If you want to control your weight, is it better to eat three meals a day, or should you eat more, smaller meals?
The Voyageur Chapter of the Ruffed Grouse Society will host its 25th Anniversary Conservation and Sportsmen’s Banquet on March 20.
Former International Falls resident Tom Hodel and his wife Lyn have been recognized for their 37-year career filling the pharmaceutical needs of the residents of Soldotna, Alaska.
Olesen named to dean's honor list
To the editor,
The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office responded at 3:25 a.m. this morning to a derailment of a Canadian National Railway train near Three Lake Road in that county.
A cabin near Cook was destroyed by fire late Tuesday, according to the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office.
The winter severity index for the International Falls area was 76 on Feb. 25, reports Larry Petersen, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources area wildlife manager.
Congressman Keith Ellison and I heard two messages loud and clear from representatives of business, Labor and agriculture who attended our forum on the pending Trans-Pacific Partnership “free trade” agreement last week in the Twin Cities:
The Community Cafe offers free meals, to anyone in Koochiching County, regardless of income, with no restrictions. The program is sponsored by the Falls Hunger Coalition and Citizens for Backus/AB with the support of local volunteers. Reservations are not required. There is no charge for the meals, but donations are accepted. Meals served on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 6 p.m. at Backus Community Center, 900 Fifth St. Call the Backus office for information, 285-7225.
This weekend’s series at AMSOIL Arena in Duluth involving 2010 International Falls High School graduates Willie Corrin and Matt Youso on opposing Division I men’s hockey teams playing as defensemen – as well as Corrin opposing his head-coaching uncle from the Falls, Dean Blais – has postseason implications along with personal rivalries on the line.
Fort Frances forward David Pryde scored three times Friday night to help lift the Lakers to an 8-3 victory over the English River Miners in a Superior International Junior Hockey League contest at Ear Falls Arena.
International Falls sophomore wrestler Nick Hedtke placed sixth competing at 170 pounds in last weekend’s Section 7A Individual Tournament at Pierz.
25 YEARS AGO
The Koochiching County Board Tuesday approved a motion to replace the county Law Enforcement Center’s backup generator.
The outcome matched the pairings Tuesday night when the No. 1-seeded International Falls boys basketball team opened the Section 7AA Tournament at home with a 90-50 victory over No. 8-seeded Greenway.
The Littlefork-Big Falls boys basketball team broke a nine-game losing streak in a big way Tuesday night when the No. 9-seeded Vikings opened the Section 7A Tournament in Hibbing with a 68-53 victory over No. 8-seeded Mesabi Academy.
A program from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is inviting owners of 2006 and older heavy-duty diesel engine vehicles to apply for grants to upgrade or replace their engines.