NB falls 42-21 at C-I The Viking football team faced a tall order when traveling to Cambridge-Isanti last Friday. The undefeated Bluejackets not only won its first two games of the season against Duluth East and Duluth Denfeld, they shut out both squads. Cambridge-Isanti, led by senior quarterback John Solberg, took charge early in the [...]

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Let’s go Fishing with Seniors North Branch Chapter is a volunteer organization that takes seniors, veterans, disabled adults and multi-generational families out on 2-hour fishing or cruising tours at no charge to the guests. As the 2014 season came to a close, Let’s Go Fishing received a $400 donation from Fins for Grins fishing league [...]

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RC football drops home game to Braham, 42-13 Long before the Tiger football season started, Rush City head football coach Paul Kirby anticipated the home matchup against the Braham Bombers. In 2013, the Tigers put up a fight on the road, falling just 23-15 to the state-qualifying Bombers. Rush City wasn’t able to contain the Great [...]

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A trio of local wineries is partnering up to host an annual fall event celebrating locally produced wine, art, food and song. The Upper St. Croix Wine and Art Krawl is 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Oct. 4, at Wild Mountain Winery near Almelund and Taylors Falls, the new James Perry Vineyards in Rush City [...]

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This spring, Governor Mark Dayton signed into law new legislation to address bullying in public schools. Our school board passed a new policy in August, and copies of the policy (514) have been sent to all families and all staff members. Here are some things to know about the new anti-bullying law, from the Minnesota [...]

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by Judge Greg Galler How do you come to conclusions and make decisions in your life? Do you typically tend to wait and carefully weigh all of the information before reaching a conclusion? Or do you more often jump to a conclusion based on how you emotionally respond to the information you first hear? The [...]

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