Tag: virtual

Take Part in the #OnlyinMN Cup, a Virtual Statewide Fishing Derby

Otter Tail, MN — Anytime you go fishing with a buddy there is always bragging rights at stake for whoever catches the biggest fish. Well this weekend during the walleye opener there is more than just bragging rights, there’s prizes! A first for the Minnesota fishing opener, Explore Minnesota is hosting a statewide, virtual fishing…
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May 13, 2021 0

Traill County EDC Hosting Virtual Career Fair

Traill County, ND — The Traill County Economic Development Commission is still seeking employers to participate in their 2021 Virtual Career Expo and Job Fair, which begins on April 13th. Employers will have the opportunity to post information, photos, and videos about their business, live-chat with prospective employees, and allow prospective employees to schedule a…
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April 2, 2021 0

Norman County Crops Show Goes Virtual this Wednesday

Ada, MN — The annual Norman County Crop Show is back, but this year it joins the long list of events that have gone virtual. The Crop Show will take place this Wednesday, February 17th at 2pm and can be viewed online at www.yourliveevent.com or you can also listen on 106.5 KRJB. It’s being hosted…
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February 15, 2021 0

Weather Related Announcements 1-15-21

Due to hazardous driving conditions resulting from icy roads and high winds, Climax-Shelly School will not have in-person learning on Friday, January 15, 2021. In its place, students and staff will participate in distance learning activities. Secondary students Grades 7-12 will follow the Group B Friday schedule. Elementary students should have directions in their snow packets…
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January 15, 2021 0

Isle Superintendent Kapsner talks Return to School, Community Support

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (12/18/20) (Isle, MN) — As the latest announcement from Governor Tim Walz has placed on elementary schools being able to return starting January 4th, our area schools are rolling out their return plans for the start of 2021.  Isle School District Superintendent Dean Kapsner unveiled the District’s plan once the calendar…
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December 18, 2020 0

Prairie Grains Conference Goes Virtual

For years, the Prairie Grains Conference has been a setting for many meetings, networking, and shared information in the agriculture industry. This year, like many of our favorite events, the COVID 19 pandemic has prompted drastic changes. Rather than cancel this year’s event, Charlie Vogel, Executive director of Minnesota Wheat says they are excited to…
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November 30, 2020 0

Virtual Fish House 5K to run its course next week

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (11/20/20) (Aitkin, MN) — Even as the Reversed Fish House Parade was cancelled for 2020, Festivities leading up to Black Friday will continue on with the Aitkin Fish House Virtual 5K as a yearly tradition that has drawn numerous participants and their families going into its 6th year. Race organizer Brian…
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November 20, 2020 0

4-H Offering Virtual Agricultural & Horticultural Opportunities

4-H’ers who are interested in agriculture and farming practices across the world have the opportunity to participate in the Explorers in Ag Program. The exploration will take place virtually via Zoom on November 23rd and March 8th. From India to Costa Rica, Norman County 4-H Coordinator Linda Houglum says this a great opportunity for youth…
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November 13, 2020 0

Aitkin Fish House 5K taking a Virtual route this November

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (10/30/20) (Aitkin, MN) — Just like the Fish House Parade on November 27th, the Aitkin Fish House 5K will be adjusting their plans for 2020 and taking a much long-term approach by going virtually. We spoke with the race organizer Brian Anderson of the Aitkin Area Chamber of Commerce for what…
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October 30, 2020 0

Virtual Parent Teacher Conferences Go Well At Win E Mac

By: Dawson Peterson dawsonrjradio@arvig.net (10/26/20) Erskine, MN — Parent/teacher conferences is a day on the calendar that you don’t typically think to much of. Parents come into the school, they visit with their children’s teachers and teachers provide feedback to the parents about how their child is doing. Now, in the odd year of 2020,…
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October 26, 2020 0