Tigers remain undefeated in duals The Rush City/Braham wrestling team went 2-0 at a triangular against Pine City/Hinckley-Finlayson and Ogilvie last Thursday in what head coach Andy Hackenmueller called one of their best performances of the season. The Tigers defeated Pine City/Hinckley-Finlayson, 42-21, and Ogilvie, 48-24, with seven grapplers going undefeated at the event: eighth-grader [...]
The recent cold in Minnesota and across the nation, according to weather forecasters, was the result of a “polar vortex.” The polar vortex is circulation of strong, upper-level winds that normally surround the northern pole in a counterclockwise direction — a polar low-pressure system, according to online information from meteorologist Brandon Miller. These winds tend [...]
North Branch Boys Hockey The North Branch boys hockey team had a tough week, tallying three losses in three days. Last Thursday, the Vikings fell 10-0 to Princeton at home, then traveled to St. Paul Como Park for the second time in two weeks. In the first matchup, the Vikings lost 9-3 to the Cougars. [...]
A free Christmas dinner, sponsored by The Marcussen family and friends, will be held at 6:15 p.m. Dec. 24 in Wey Hall at the Church of Sacred Heart, 425 West Fifth St., Rush City. Everyone is welcome. Call the Parish Office to reserve a spot at 320-358-4370, or just show up.
American Legion Post 39 of Harris welcomed families to its annual Santa Day event Saturday, Dec. 7 at the Legion Hall in downtown Harris. Though it was too cold outside this year for kids to hunt for money in straw piles, they found plenty of warmth inside with Santa and the toy shop where gifts [...]
While Rush City’s property tax levy for 2014 is $15,000 more than this year’s levy, city budget planners were able to trim $5,000 from what was proposed in the fall. The impact on many homeowners will be less than $1.75 per month and a lower tax amount paid to the city than what has been [...]