Does entering or exiting a highway in a vehicle, changing lanes on the highway, passing, parking, left turns, night driving, winter driving or yielding the right-of-way bother you? If so, you might benefit by taking a 55 Alive driving course. This course is scheduled April 29 and 30, 6 to 10 p.m., at the Rush [...]
Viking Coca-Cola recently made a donation to Rush City High School as part of its Powerade4U program. The money was a portion of the funds collected on all Powerade and Powerade Zero products sold throughout the Viking Coca-Cola Bottling Co. territory; that money was divided among high schools based on a percentage of purchased beverages. [...]
Candi Crippen retires, reflects on 42-year career as school’s health, physical education teacher Candi Crippen discovered something about herself while on a canoe trip in Canada during her youth. Surrounded by the wonders of nature, she found her place. “That canoe trip was my element in high school,” recalled the Owatonna, Minn., native. “I [...]
Restoration Church is sponsoring a free community meal at Rush City High School Jan. 30, 5 to 7 p.m. The main part of the meal will be beef stew.
Tension over school and student safety ran a bit high at the Rush City School Board meeting Thursday night, with several parents voicing concerns over how the district handled the alleged threats made by a high school student Monday. “Our schools are safe,” stressed Board Chairman Scott Tryon to the 60 or so in attendance [...]
It was around 3:30 a.m. when the team began its daring mountainside rescue of two U.S. Army pilots whose helicopter crashed in an enemy-controlled Afghan valley. The pararescuemen threw on their body armor, grabbed their weapons and ran out to their helicopters. Time was critical. They wanted to get to the crash site before any [...]