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The Post Review is looking for readers to submit captions for this photo. The captions, along with the photo, will be printed in next week’s paper. Requirements for the submissions: • Keep the captions, at most, to a couple of sentences. If you submit a big brick of text, there won’t be space ...Read More
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Auxiliary Mother’s Day banquet The North Branch American Legion Auxiliary will host its annual Mother’s Day banquet on at 6:30 p.m. May 6 at the American Legion Hall. The Auxiliary will also have distinguished guests and speakers. The units from Lindstrom, Rush City and Stacy are also invited. D...Read More
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by Bob Walz Chisago County Master Gardener For the past year I have been getting a 5-gallon bucket of coffee grounds from Everyday Joe’s on a weekly basis. Jenny McGill, the owner, has offered coffee grounds free to anyone that could use them for composting. There are plenty of coffee grounds so t...Read More
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Submissions from Week 1 Multiple area residents decided to take part in the Post Review’s first week of “What’s the Caption?” Thank you to everyone who submitted a caption; it looks like there’s a theme with these submissions. Spring is snowman building training season in Minnesota. Cindy ...Read More
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In celebration of Earth Day, visitors of Wild River State Park answered the “Call of the Wildflower” April 25 by participating in a new statewide geocaching adventure. Participants were some of the first to get Wild River’s newest geocache card. Geocachers received a brief introduction on geoc...Read More
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Cambridge Cub Scouts from Pack 235 learned first-hand about conservation at their monthly pack meeting April 24 at Irving and John Anderson County Park in Oxford Township. Accompanied by Scout Master Darrick Wotachek and plenty of helpful parents, the boys planted about 100 trees during a light rain...Read More
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North Branch Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kathy Lindo said not all that long ago it seemed like there weren’t a lot of businesses hiring in the area. But that has changed in the past year or so. “I guess what amazes me is how quickly it went from ‘nobody is hiring’ to ‘nobod...Read More
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