Chisago Lakes 5, North Branch 1Chisago Lakes and North Branch have had some great battles over the past couple of years in baseball, but the Wildcats, who have heated up considerably after a slow start, swept North Branch convincingly in a Tuesday, May 15 double header in Chisago Lakes.
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North Branch Area Schools Superintendent Dr. Deb Henton, High School Principal Coleman McDonough and School Board Chair Kirby Ekstrom spent time with approximately 60 North Branch Junior ROTC cadets as part of cadet unit inspection last week. Each participant in the program spoke personally with one of thedistrict officials about their experience and...
Tuesday morning, May 29, the ramp off northbound Interstate 35 in Forest Lake, exiting to eastbound Highway 8 closes. The detour will be to get off 35 at Highway 97 in Forest Lake, where motorists will be directed north through Forest Lake on #61, where there’s an exit to pickup Highway 8 eastbound. The ramp closure is to allow crews to pave I-35 and a portion of the eastbound ramp. The site is expected to re-open in 10 days, or approximately the end of the first week in June.
The North Branch Vikings softball team was crowned Mississippi 8 Conference champions for the first time in school history last week, when they finished the season with wins over Big Lake, St. Francis and Princeton.
Students from Chisago Lakes representing Lakeside and Taylors Falls Elementary participated in the regional Math Masters of Minnesota Challenge at St. Croix Middle School, in Hammond, WI on April 20, 2018.
Leah Phifer has made the decision not to move her candidacy for 8th Congressional District representative forward into a DFL primary election. “My goal, since first declaring my candidacy in October 2017, has always been to win the DFL endorsement, bring new voices to the table and strengthen the party,” said Phifer. “A divisive primary season would only serve to weaken the party and distract from the issues affecting the people of the 8th District.”