Rinke and Johnson earn first-place finishes The North Branch girls track and field team competed at the True Team State Meet for the third consecutive year on Saturday at Stillwater. The Vikings took ninth of nine at the Class AA event with 240 points. Rocori took first place on the day with 412.5 p...Read More
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Doubles teams excel in Brooklyn Park North Branch adaptive bowling head coach John Grund said “it was a day of doubles” at the state tournament at the Brunswick Zone in Brooklyn Park. In the PI Division, the duo of junior Chelsea Knutson and ninth-grader Ahnna Kraklau combined for a score of 889...Read More
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RC defeats Ogilvie at home It was high stakes last Thursday for the Rush City softball team as they hosted Ogilvie in the race for the Great River Conference Championship. With both squads competing for the title with one conference loss apiece, the Tigers came out on top with a 9-3 victory despite ...Read More
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Fessenden and LeMon earn GRC honors The Rush City boys and girls golf teams competed at Cuyuna Golf Course in Aitkin last Tuesday in their final regular-season meet of the season. The Tiger boys team placed fifth at the event, led by senior Dylan Fessenden with a score of 80. Fessenden earned all-co...Read More
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Vikings near end of regular season The Viking baseball team suffered two losses on the road last week as they near the close of their regular season. North Branch traveled to Princeton last Tuesday for a close matchup with the Tigers. After trailing 2-0 heading into the top of the sixth inning, the ...Read More
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Thank you to those who took time out of their busy schedules to join us last Thursday evening for the second annual World’s Best Work Force dinner. Taher once again provided an outstanding meal and the conversation around the WBWF goals was intriguing and exciting. WBWF is an acknolwedgement that ...Read More
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A water main break in Stacy, as reported in the Post Review April 23, was the primary topic at the May 12 Stacy City Council meeting. A large water main under Stacy Trail, which serves the west side of the city, had sprung a leak. The break impacted the flow and pressure of city water [...]...Read More
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