Trisha Bengtson is bringing awareness to a disease that can keep her from getting out of bed in the morning and even finishing her own sentences. It’s been two and a half years since this Rush City area resident, wife and mother of three children, was diagnosed with lupus, and she is putting on a [...]
If you are not the parent of a sixth, seventh, or tenth grade student, you may not be aware of an exciting initiative starting at North Branch Area Public Schools this year. “Bridging D3” is the evolution of our Discover Digital Devices (D3) effort, which began a few years ago and allowed students to use [...]
The following actions and discussion points were addressed at the Sept. 8 Harris City Council meeting Harris sets preliminary property tax levy The city of Harris set the proposed tax levy for 2015 at an amount of $505,915, which is an increase of 8.22 percent over last year’s final levy. This consists of $310,664 for [...]
Tigers sweep Pine City, East Central The Rush City volleyball squad kept up its winning ways during last week’s Great River Conference matchups, starting on Tuesday, Sept. 2, with a sweep of Pine City on the road. The Tigers defeated the Dragons, 25-16, 25-21 and 25-15. Senior Kayla Nelson led her squad with seven kills [...]
Congratulations to the Maulers, who beat out All in the Family in the final round of the playoffs at the North Branch golf couse. They are now the 2014 Men’s League Overall Team Champions. Team members, pictured left to right: Dennis Aulich, Steve Vanden Heuvel, Jim Nelson and Tom Fisk.
Tigers drop home opener, 26-8 Following a season-opening win against Barnum on the road last week, the Tiger football team played its home opener on Friday night against Great River Conference foe Pine City. While the Tigers held the Dragons scoreless through the first quarter, Pine City put points on the board following a 1-yard [...]