Education
A pompous millionaire, a spooky pirate and a diehard Vikings fan might not seem like the type of characters who would cross paths in normal life, but they’ll all be on stage during North Branch Area High School’s production of “Murder in the Knife Room.” The play will be shown at 7 p.m. May ...Read More
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Couples in classy attire found their spots atop a stage adorned with balloons and even a working water fountain during the prom grand march Saturday, May 2 at Rush City High School.The theme of this year’s event was Rhapsody Prom, and once again the couples were introduced by the entertaining mast...Read More
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East Central Energy provided a beautiful crab tree and worked with Sunrise River School third grade students to plant it on site near Grand Avenue in North Branch last Friday morning. The ECE team also set up three fun learning stations. Students learned firsthand about tree planting and the benefit...Read More
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Most area youth not using drugs or alcohol The drug dogs come in, a few kids get busted for possession, and it seems like any given school has a drug problem, said Matt Howard, Lakes Area Youth Service Bureau community justice manager, during a meeting at the North Branch Area Chamber of Commerce of...Read More
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Next superintendent of Rush City Schools excited to get to work; retirement open house to honor Vern Koepp Teresa Dupre was hardly an expedient hire to fill the top administrative role at Rush City Schools. The search in replacing Superintendent Vern Koepp, who is retiring after 38 years with the di...Read More
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Carlson takes AD position at Lakeville North Changes are coming to Viking territory as North Branch Activities Director and Community Education Director Brett Carlson stepped down from both posts. Carlson announced April 23 to area coaches and advisors that he will be leaving North Branch to take on...Read More
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The lights were turned down low as North Branch Area High School students, dressed in formal attire, slowly made their way around the west gym during grand march Saturday. The floor was a black-and-white checkerboard, and there were cutouts of old cars and socialite scenes reminiscent of the 1920s. ...Read More
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