Rush City High School
Andrew Heavirland, 16, recognized as first student in Rush City school history to earn seat on All State Orchestra When 16-year-old Andrew Heavirland sets his mind to something, particularly in music, he practices seemingly to no end. Such was the case in January when this high school sophomore bega...Read More
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Hundreds of people came to interact with their East Central Energy cooperative at Rush City High School April 12. The Pine County Dairy Princesses helped ECE employees serve the complimentary pancake breakfast to 925 members. The 78th annual meeting featured the ECE traditions of bingo and bucket tr...Read More
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Students at Rush City High School and neighboring Jacobson Elementary helped stock local food shelves through a food drive full of enthusiasm. As part of the North Branch County Market’s Stuff-A-Truck effort, the food drive was embraced by the high school student council members. They turned it in...Read More
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Audiences in the mood for a few laughs and rich, zany characters are invited to check out Rush City High School’s production of “Anchors Aweigh” this weekend. In North Branch, the fall performance is “Honk,” set to commence at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday with a 2 p.m. mati...Read More
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Homecoming Week 2013 is Sept. 30-Oct. 4 at Rush City schools, where the candidates and Honor Court were announced during a lively pepfest Friday, Sept. 20 at Rush City High School. Activities director Bob Schlagel congratulated seniors Matt Parker, Mason Ramberg, Brandon Koehnle, Chase Grant, B...Read More
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It’s that time of year again when guys and gals slip into their fancy threads and smile for the camera. At Rush City High School, it was all about prom for students and their families and friends inside the decorated theater Saturday, May 4. The theme this year was “Moonlit Memories,R...Read More
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