The Rush City Council has set a special time to solely discuss and perhaps make a decision on the ongoing assisted living issue. Councilors scheduled a special council meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, to further talk about the project with developer Pete Jesch and financial consultant Ehlers and Associates. City Administrator Amy Mell [...]

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Herberg dubbed conference champion Last Tuesday, the Rush City cross-country team had a standout day at the Pine City Golf Course, home to the 2014 Great River Conference championships. Eighth-grader Elena Herberg captured the individual conference champion title with a time of 16:07 in the 4K race. Herberg defeated the runner-up from Pine City by [...]

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RC volleyball narrowly falls to Braham at home The Rush City volleyball girls nearly got revenge on foe Braham at home last Tuesday but fell just short in a 3-2 loss with scores of 25-20, 20-25, 23-25, 26-24 and 13-15. The Tigers posted a stronger performance than three weeks ago, when the Bombers defeated Rush [...]

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Princeton defeats NB, 42-14 North Branch high-schoolers adorned in red, black and white filled the student section at last Friday’s game against Princeton while young Viking fans ran around in facepaint in support of homecoming night. The host crowd knew they were in for a battle against the Tigers, who are 4-3 with two close [...]

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Anderson, Becklin and Elkerton earn honors The North Branch tennis girls closed their 2014 season last week with a 7-0 loss to third-seeded Elk River last Monday. The Elks overpowered the Vikings throughout singles play, with sophomore Britta Anderson recording the only game win at No. 1 singles. North Branch won just one game between [...]

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