Phyllis Lindberg

I didn’t know Phyllis Lindberg very long — I met her probably about a year and a half ago — but during the time I knew her, I learned she was a bright, engaging woman who was passionate about her community. Phyllis, 93, died Feb. 26. She lived in North Branch almost her entire life, […]

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To the editor Phyllis Lindberg was not afraid of dying. She went home to meet her Lord last Wednesday. Now, there was a lady for young women to look up to and emulate. I know because she had a profound impact on my life. For one thing, she told me I couldn’t be old as […]

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by Phyllis Lindberg This column was originally printed in the March 20, 2013 issue of the Post Review.  I am writing this article to share the rich history of a place in North Branch that may not be fully appreciated in 2013. The first recorded commercial activity on the southeast corner of Highway 95 and […]

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Guest editorial by Phyllis Lindberg I am writing this article to share the rich history of a place in North Branch that may not be fully appreciated in 2013. The first recorded commercial activity on the southeast corner of Highway 95 and Old Hwy 61 goes back to a prosperous mercantile store that burned in […]

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