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Area high school graduate recalls epic journey to North Pole during special event at RC library Tyler Fish took his audience on a virtual Arctic journey during a special presentation March 19 at the Rush City Public Library. Seasoned outdoor adventurer Fish and his expedition partner, John Huston, departed from Ellesmere Island, Canada, on March [...]

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Families are invited to enjoy a viewing of the 2007 movie, “The Sign of the Beaver,” based on the Rush City Community Read youth selection, at 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 5 at C.E. Jacobson Elementary School. This unrated historical wilderness adventure stars Keith Carradine and Annette O’Toolle. Popcorn with be served, and there will be [...]

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The Rush City Library provided a perfect backdrop for the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet, which performed a concert on Friday, Oct. 19. From left, Steve Newbrough, Wade Oden, Ben Gateno and Joseph Hagedorn played with passion, style and musical sophistication. An inspired audience enjoyed the opening piece entitled “The Harlem” and the premiere of a song [...]

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Kids who stutter have a lot to say, and friends can show them how in “Stuttering: For Kids By Kids,” a DVD starring real kids who stutter, available at many public libraries including Rush City Public Library. Many children who stutter have never met anyone else who struggles with the same disability. But in this [...]

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Minnesotans are famous for their potlucks.  They have a history all their own. Authors Rae Katherine Eighmey and Debbie Miller combed through hundreds of cookbooks, many spiral-bound or homemade, put together from around the Midwest. Then they tested hundreds of the most popular recipes and selected 125 and put them into a cookbook called “Potluck [...]

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