After their most successful season in over a decade, the North Branch football program was left looking for a new coach. Former boss Sam Ferraro left the Vikings to take the same position with the Forest Lake Rangers football squad, leaving the vacancy.
A short-handed North Branch School Board was asked to make some major decisions last week. Board member Sarah Grovender was excused. Mindy Michaud’s seat was empty and her name plaque had already been pulled, as school officials announced she moved and relinquished her Board seat. The net result is four of the six-member Board...
The local Dairy Queen restaurants, along with AAA and Chisago County sheriff’s department, are coordinating efforts providing treats to children who are nabbed in the “I Got Caught” positive behavior rewards program.
North Branch Midsummer Days celebration takes place this week from Thursday, June 14 to Sunday, June 17. There is activites for all ages!!...People should not burn while the Red Flag War is in effect. Monitor mndnr.gov/burnrestrictions and follow @mnforestry on Twitter.
Chisago Lakes 8, Cloquet 6 After losing to Grand Rapids on Monday, June 4 in the Section 7AAA playoffs, the Wildcats found themselves on the brink of elimination two days later when they trailed the Cloquet Lumberjacks 6-0 going into the bottom of the fifth inning at Wade Stadium in Duluth. But the Wildcats rallied for three runs in the bottom of the fifth and five more in the bottom of the sixth to beat the Lumberjacks 8-6 and advance to Championship Day in the playoffs.
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.”