North Branch Area High School
In the parking lot of North Branch Area High School Friday, two cars were damaged, shattered glass was strewn across the pavement, and numerous students were shaken and bloody. It was the scene of a horrific, head-on accident. But thankfully the crash was simply a demonstration — a mock crash befo...Read More
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When Mindy Lattimore was hired as an English teacher at North Branch Area High School about 13 years ago, she was told promptly after accepting the position, “You will also be the head speech coach.” That extra job duty was just fine with her. Lattimore, a 1996 NBAHS graduate, was on the speech ...Read More
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A HONOR ROLL 9th grade Alden, Lynnia T; Almendinger, Conrad L; Amundson, Jolene J; Armistead, Reece A; Beenken, Gary D; Belisle, Lindsey M; Belland, Madison L; Burnside, Katie L; Byrkit, Ryan M; Coleman, Alyssa R; Corbett, Trenton; Darwin, Mykela J; Determan, Sarah E; Drost, Dalton A; Ehrich, Ellie ...Read More
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  The multipurpose room in North Branch Area High School was bustling with activity Friday. Students were running, shaking hands, high-fiving, dancing and laughing. Those actions were just some of the ones Josh Cleveland and Sam Soule from Youth Frontiers had sophomores at the school performing...Read More
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The North Branch Area Education Foundation is hosting donkey basketball 7 p.m. Feb. 25 at the North Branch High School gymnasium. Juniors and seniors are signed up to take on school staff. Tickets are available at County Market to the general public. Ticket prices: $6 advance. $8 at the door. Kids 5...Read More
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Stomp Out Suicide to host comic, mental health activist at ‘Stop the Stigma’ events March 21 at local schools— The “Stop the Stigma” suicide awareness event that was originally set for this month has been rescheduled for Friday, March 21, at Forest Lake Area High School. Earlier that day,...Read More
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