North Branch family’s correspondence chosen to be part of memorial at State Capitol Etching a message into stone has certain permanence about it. Given the toughness of that medium, the message will stand strong against wind, rain, snow, sun and all the other elements nature can throw at it. “Ne...Read More
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Paralympian, motivational speaker comes to North Branch Teen Center At the teen center in North Branch May 12, Aaron Cross showed a group of adolescents a photo of a Paralympic bicycle rider who was able to compete with just one arm and one leg. “How many of you would say that he has one arm [...]...Read More
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At the NBAPS School Board meeting May 14, Activities and Community Education Director Brett Carlson said the district has been “talking about gym usage situations for quite a while.” To ease the wear and tear on high school facilities, a plan has been established to better utilize gym space at t...Read More
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Each year, the American Legion Auxiliary and Rush City Post 93 choose a junior girl and boy from Rush City High School to attend American Legion Girls State and Boys State. This year, they chose Lindsey Williams, daughter of Tricia and Brent Williams, for Girls State and John Chinn, son of Melissa a...Read More
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Grandstrand Funeral Home & Cremation Services is now the official collection/drop-off site for U.S. flags that are considered old, worn, tattered, frayed or faded and unusable. Grandstrand accepts flags for retirement and will oversee proper disposal in accordance with the U.S. Flag Code, which ...Read More
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The time and place of the retirement open house for Superintendent Vern Koepp has changed to 4-6 p.m. Wednesday, May 20 in The Spare Room at Chucker’s Bowl & Lounge, 1270 W. 3rd St., Rush City. The event will honor Koepp and his 38 years of service to Rush City Schools. He is set t...Read More
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Sometimes a slight edit results in a change of meaning, and not for the better. That was the case in the April 22 issue of the Post Review with a submitted Faith item headlined “Ham supper and bake sale.” In the version that ran in the paper, it noted that all proceeds from the event [...]...Read More
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