Rush City
Fire crews from Rush City and Braham rushed to the scene of a fully engulfed structure fire at about 6:30 p.m. Monday on property just west and across Co. Rd. 7 from the Rush Point Store in Stanchfield. A neighbor, who didn’t believe any people or animals were in harms way, reported the fire, whic...Read More
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The Rush City Council on May 27 voted to repair Fifth Street between Frandsen and Gray avenues this summer. Discussing the issue with city financial advisers, City Administrator Amy Mell noted the city has money in its sewer fund and the city can pay itself back for bonding, if needed, next year. Pl...Read More
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Fairview officials have confirmed the Rush City-based clinic is here to stay in light of some concern in the community about the clinic possibly moving out. Steve Endrud, vice president of operations of the Fairview Medical Group, addressed the question during a recent interview with the Post Review...Read More
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This month, the Post Review is looking back at a story from the May 10, 1973 Post Review. George Gilbert received his last load of gas Thursday, April 19. That 9,500 gallons lasted through the following Monday. Now there is no more. Gilbert, who purchased Ertz’s Freeway service near Interstate 35 ...Read More
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The Rush City Council on April 27 learned the cost for police coverage is going up next year, while a new unmarked squad car is on patrol in town. Chisago County Sheriff Rick Duncan and Sgt. Jason Foster relayed this news and more as part of their quarterly report via newsletter to the council. Coun...Read More
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A local woman who last fall pleaded guilty to felony drug possession, following a search warrant that uncovered a suspected meth lab at a Rush City home, was sentenced Jan. 27. Angela Jeanette Zaffke, 37, of Rush City, received a stayed sentence of 13 months prison and 180 days local jail with credi...Read More
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JoEllen Heath didn’t know if she would have the courage to present a special gift, accompanied by words about her lost son, at a Scouting ceremony Sunday in Rush City. But she did, and Boy Scout Troop 129 is grateful for the gesture. Heath presented a check in the amount of $681.75 to the Rush [.....Read More
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