Braham City Council members heard plans for a memorial honoring Vietnam veterans, adopted a new ordinance regulating public nuisances and set a hearing date for the proposed Tobacco 21 ordinance during the Aug. 12 meeting.
The Chisago County commissioners canceled an agreement with a company providing law enforcement monitoring systems — just one month after the agreement was first struck — as part of their meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 7.
Sandquist Park in Cambridge will host the National Softball Federation’s eighth annual Tournament of Champions/North American Championship this weekend.
The North Branch Nighthawks fell short of their goal of reaching their first Minnesota Baseball Association state tournament, but their fourth-place finish in the Region 1C tournament — just two spots short of state in a 13-team playoff group — is the best in the team’s three-year history.
The District 2 champion North Branch Vikings 13UA youth baseball team has been selected as a Youth 1st Team Award winner. The Vikings will be recognized at CHS Field during a St. Paul Saints game on Sunday, Aug. 25.
Drew Talberg’s introduction to the Minnesota Baseball Association’s Class C Region 1 tournament began with an emergency call to the bullpen. It ended with him enjoying a “Gatorade bath.”
“Anna one, anna two, anna three.” That’s right ... It’s time again for another Lawrence Welk Variety Show. Planning for the fifth annual Lawrence Welk Variety Show is in the works at SAC’s Enrichment Center in Cambridge. Those of you who have attended our previous shows know that you can exp…
Viking Vittles is a food backpack program led by Trinity Lutheran Church of North Branch. It provides a bag of food every Friday to any student in Sunrise River School, ECFE or Phoenix Academy who signs up to participate. Each bag will contain two breakfast items, two lunch items and two sna…
Family Pathways has organized their first-ever Commit to Kids Giving Day, Sept. 17, to ignite generosity and grow awareness about the state of youth in the region.
This editorial is the fifth in a series on issues facing Minnesota’s aging population.
After much discussion, debate and disagreement, our state’s leaders decided to approve a transportation budget for the coming biennium that looks very much like the past two years.
This editorial is the fourth in a series on issues facing Minnesota’s aging population.