Archive | March 7, 2013
The search is on for Minnesota’s outstanding senior volunteer. The Salute to Senior Service program, sponsored by Home Instead, Inc., the franchisor of the Home Instead Senior Care network, honors the contributions of adults 65 and older who give at least 15 hours a month of volunteer service to t...Read More
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The North Branch Lions popular fundraising prime rib dinner will be April 6, again at the North Branch Area High School commons area. The 11th annual event runs 5 to 7:30 p. m. Tickets are $15 per individual. Children’s tickets are $5 for all-you-can-eat pizza. A four-piece band, Reminisce, will p...Read More
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The St. Croix Valley Orchestra will be presenting its spring concerts soon in a town near you. For this concert, about 25 players from Siren to Hugo and Coon Rapids to Turtle Lake will be performing. The chamber orchestra rehearses at the St. Croix Falls high school and is in its 22nd season with di...Read More
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No matter what kind of winter we have, gardeners are always anxious to have spring come. The list of questions gardening enthusiasts have seemingly has no end. I always get lots of questions about potatoes. Already this year, I have been asked about the soil fertility for potatoes. Many gardeners, i...Read More
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The Chisago Soil and Water Conservation District and the Chisago County Environmental Services and Zoning are partnering with the Recycling Association of Minnesota to offer affordable rain barrels and compost bins to residents of Chisago County.   Rain barrels should be placed beneath a gutter dow...Read More
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Harris 61-Stop, the newest convenience store in the Chisago County area, opened Feb. 1, offering regular unleaded, non-oxy and diesel fuel. Bob Boyce and his wife Cyndy recently took over ownership of the store, 43628 Ginger Ave., Harris, which will be managed by B. Boyce and Brenda Olson who have p...Read More
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The Rush City boys basketball team ended its season when it traveled to Braham and lost 96-49 to the Bombers in the first round of Section 7AA playoffs Wednesday, March 6. The Tigers finished the 2012-13 season third in the Great River Conference with a 11-5 conference record and a 13-10 overall rec...Read More
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