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By Derrick Knutson Future mayors, county commissioners, State House and Senate representatives and maybe even a governor might have been on hand at the American Legion Boys State program last month. The program, which has been in existence since 1935, allows high school boys entering their senior ye...Read More
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A ceremony was held for the newest Eagle Scout of Troop 141 in North Branch on Friday, June 22.  Zakry Clay Humble earned his Eagle Rank in April of 2011; his project was a flag replacement and retirement ceremony. This project served the community of North Branch and also helped to remind people o...Read More
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Grade 9 Agar, Tristen C; Anderson, Susan J; Brown, Marshall L; Brown, Raygen S; Bulver, Kayla; Burnside, Kyle A; Cady, Megan; Christensen, Jade A; Collova, Samuel G; Egelkraut, Emma M; Fairbanks, Blaise B; Fierro, Alysha M; Fisk, Newell R; Fleming, Lauren E; Goodroad, Kassie L; Guy, Miranda A; Haide...Read More
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Young ladies, are you prepared to attend the finest dinner parties? Do you know how best to introduce yourself? Can you sip tea with grace and ease? Then perhaps it’s time to enroll in the pre-eminent Etiquette School for Young Ladies, a Victorian manner class, on Thursday, July 12 at 2 p.m. at ...Read More
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By Jon Tatting The young people of Paradise Pride on June 28 did their best to light up the sky in Rush City for the ongoing support they receive from volunteers and the community. Though sky lanterns were originally planned, said Pride coordinator Lori Patterson, a conflict with an area business ca...Read More
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Linked to kindness North Branch Area Middle School celebrated a year of Rachel’s Challenge with an all-school assembly on Friday, June 1. Rachel’s Challenge is the foundation started by the father of Rachel Scott, a girl who was killed in the Columbine shooting and who spread a message of kindn...Read More
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Watch the skies over Rush City on Thursday night, June 28, as the young people of Paradise Pride “light up the sky” with sky lanterns. Why? “For the hands of our volunteers, the kindness of our supporters, and the wills of our communities.” Paradise Pride is like a special Olympic program in...Read More
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