North Branch Area Public Schools is pleased to announce that starting in the fall of the 2019-2020 school year, the Area Learning Center (ALC) will move from the high school to the Brooker building, where it will share space with the Chisago County Schools’ Life Work Center (LWC). This decis…
The school year is flying by! It is hard to believe that there is only one month left before the students enter their summer vacation. Some exciting news I would like to share, we have just received the up-to-date graduation rates and percentages within the state of Minnesota. The state of M…
In an effort to raise awareness, educate our community and assist families who have been touched by Alzheimer’s disease, this month’s article will give you a list of resources to help you in taking these first steps in finding support and connecting with resources.
rista Rauma’s first shot in the Minnesota Girls State Singles Bowling Tournament was, to put it kindly, less than inspiring.
At the Section 5A track and field championships, held on St. John’s University’s Collegeville campus May 29, things went from great to all-time great for Jamie Guptill.
Gail Nelson, bound for Winona State University, captained Viking hoops and running teams
Rainouts early in the season kept the North Branch Nighthawks off the field until the relatively late date of May 25, but the results were worth the wait: The Nighthawks have won four of their first five games and stand atop the list of eight teams in the Eastern Minny League, South Division.
It’s that time of year again. All are welcome to join at the historic Spencer Brook School for their annual pioneer school sessions. This is a wonderful opportunity to “travel back in time” and experience what school was like in rural Isanti County in the late 19th century.
Minnesota multigenre author Nicole Helget will focus…
Public school officials in Minnesota are breathing a bit easier now that a two-year funding plan has been approved by the Legislature. But they also know that more work remains to be done and local taxpayers may be called upon to avoid budget cuts.
Deliberate rephrasing or rewording of public issues risks the charge of manipulation and deception. The suspected motive is usually political.
A day at the Minnesota Capitol can be illuminating, as the Adams Publishing - ECM Editorial Board learned after having in-person discussions April 25 with Gov. Tim Walz and Minnesota legislative leaders of both political parties.