CITY OF ROCK CREEK
Pine City is building on its support for small local businesses and nonprofits by providing free lifetime memberships to a business coaching service for every small business owner and nonprofit in the city.
Anastasia Amelia Harron was born on Oct. 23, 2020 at Welia Health. She weighed six pounds, two ounces and was 19 inches long. Her parents are Summer Aday and Krisopher Harron of Pine City. Anastasia is welcomed home by silbings Leila (nine years of age), and Oliver (two years of age). Her gr…
John Robert Dalsveen, 74, passed away on Monday, Nov. 16, 2020. John is survived by his wife, Beverly (Harris) Dalsveen, his daughters; Jennifer (Rian) Greseth and Julie (Jeremy) Tell, grandchildren; Sjon and Sven Greseth, Siri and Haakon Tell, brother; Dave (Judy) Dalsveen, sisters; Sharryn…
Stephanie Skalicky and Alex Berger of Pine City are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter, Lillian Matilda Berger. Lillie arrived at 2:57 p.m. on Oct. 27, 2020 at A New Story Birth Center in Milaca. She weighed six lbs, six oz and was 20 inches long. Proud grandparents are Peg Ska…
Trainer Jack Voltz led the Rush City, Pine City and Harris Fire Departments through a training on grain bin rescue on Nov. 19, made possible the generous support of Tom and Nancy Rys who provided the use of their farm for the training. More then a dozen farms, families and organizations m…
Though the week was full of ups and downs for the Pine City High School varsity volleyball team, the Dragons played tough, stayed resilient, and ended the season on a winning note.
Though Governor Walz has set a pause on the 2020-21 hockey season, it hasn’t put a chill on the Pine City Dragon Hockey players, who are looking forward to bringing their years of hard work and practice to competitive hockey in Pine City. The dedicated players skated last Friday night and w…
Though much has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Marine Toys for Tots will return to brighten the holiday season for young people throughout Pine County this December.
I am honored to have earned the confidence of the residents in Senate District 11 who have chosen me to serve as your voice in the Minnesota Senate once again. Even though I have run for public office a number of times, the feeling of your neighbors choosing you to represent them never cease…
Area conservation officers with the Minnesota DNR continued to have their hands full this past week dealing with hunters, ATV drivers, and working to stop the spread of chronic wasting disease among the deer population.
It was 150 years ago this week that the First Presbyterian Church of Pine City was established, and the church has a long and rich history to reflect upon.
Pine City Community Development Director Lezlie Sauter said that Pine City businesses have been weathering the COVID-19 pandemic and shutdown so far, though there are many concerns about what might happen in the months ahead.
The surge in COVID-19 cases in Minnesota has caused state officials to put new restrictions in place for a four-week “dial-back” period.
As hunting season got underway in Pine County and across Minnesota, conservation officers of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources dealt with a number of issues, including finding a lost hunter, trespassing complaints and illegal deer baiting.
The Pine City High School varsity volleyball squad has continued to dominate the competition, going undefeated in two contests with Ogilvie and another with East Central.
Winter is quickly approaching, and I would like to inform Pine City residents of our ordinance and policies pertaining to snow. At the start of the day, if there is a snow event, cars are towed off City streets, here is the ordinance that pertains to winter parking.
Charlie (Charles) Rike, age 86, passed away Nov. 7, 2020 in Pine City. He was born to parents, Delbert and Berniece Rike in Burt, Iowa on March 1, 1934. He was preceded in death by his parents and son John. Charlie is survived by his sons Charles Jr. (Lottie) Rike and Greg (Sandy) Rike, fou…
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