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Fare For All Express is once again offering Thanksgiving holiday food packages to area residents. Fare For All, a local food program created to make fresh fruits and vegetables more affordable to Twin Cities families, will be selling the holiday food packages for $30 each at Trinity Lutheran Church 2-4 p.m. Nov. 19. Each holiday […]

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Area residents Dustin Kowalsky and his dad, Floyd, build their trucks from scratch to race in the dirtiest events around Dustin Kowalsky would rather find a hole of mud than the nearest car wash when behind the wheel of one of his trucks. He races what he builds from scratch. He has trophies for his […]

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Anonymous Santa is a non-profit corporation dedicated to providing Christmas with dignity to children from families in crisis in Chisago County. The program offers parents who are not able to buy presents for their children an opportunity to “shop” in a holiday store set up in Main Street Church of North Branch. They distribute new, […]

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The Rush City Education Foundation invites the community to watch “A Christmas to Remember,” a movie filmed in Rush City in 1978, during a special fundraising event at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6, in The Spare Room at Chucker’s Bowl and Lounge. The evening is anticipated to be a time of reminiscing, as people may […]

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The North Branch Area Athletic Association and North Branch Area Community Education are co-sponsoring a youth recreation night for fifth and sixth graders 7-9:30 p.m. Nov. 14. at North Branch Area Middle School.  The $5 admission fee includes volleyball, basketball, dodgeball, music, dancing and Karoke with a DJ. Concessions will also be available. Friends of […]

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If one were to stop by Chisago County Community Partnership for Youth and Families’ 30-year anniversary celebration at Trinity Lutheran Church in North Branch Nov. 6, he or she would have seen a who’s who of local leaders. There were city officials, school district officials, police chiefs, the county sheriff and others. Just looking around […]

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