CO Ben Karon (Pine City) has spent the past week finishing a backgr…
Nestled in the tall Pines just northeast of Pine City, sits a thera…
Ninety-three-year-old Herb Fedder says the secret to his long life …
The Pine County Sheriff’s Office issued a warning last week stating…
10 Years Ago, 2013
In July 2022, Dr. Peter Donner announced he was retiring from Welia…
Thank you from the Beau Berglund Memorial Hockey Tournament!
- Letter To the Editor:
- A very bloated biennial budget
- Editorial Cartoon
- Heard it on the Streets asks: If you could add any amenity, based on what you’ve heard clients say they want, what would it be?
- New year and new opportunities
- Department of Natural Resources local conservation officer reports
- Happy Groundhog Day!
- February is National Hot Breakfast Month
- Rock Creek Lions generously donate
- Pine County Master Gardeners honored at awards night
- Pine County Sheriff's Report and Jail Roster
- City of Pine City to enter into fire district discussion
- School moves forward with architect
- Snake River Valley Conservation Club 57th Annual Fishing Derby CANCELED AND MOVED
- Bingo fundraiser for ‘A Place for You’
- Pine City Girls Hoops takes first in tournament
- ‘Between Two Pines’ opens in Pine City
- Different kind of Derby at the Fairgrounds
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Showing documentary in response to CRT in schools
Gov. Walz rolled out his very bulky budget last week, $65.2 billion. This is the largest budget in state history, all during a time of inflation that’s hitting the pocketbook of every Minnesotan. The last budgeting year, in 2021, saw Walz propose a $52.4 billion bi-annual budget for comparison.
With a new year comes the natural tendency to both reflect on the previous year and start to project out what may come during the new year. These reflections can also extend beyond the most recent year and the one just beginning.
What’s the old adage? “If the groundhog sees his shadow, we will have six more weeks of winter. If he doesn’t see his shadow, we will have an early spring.”