East Central School is pleased to announce its annual Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony will tentatively be held on Sunday, May 16. This is the opportunity for people to nominate former graduates of our school and our school’s heritage schools. This list would include Bruno, Askov, Sandstone, …
Frank Moyer reclines in a brown chair in a small room at the Cottage in Hinckley. Cottage owner Mary Beth Beseke holds his foot in her gloved hand as she uses a pair of needle sharp tweezers to poke the bottom of his foot. She explains that she is checking to see how much feeling Moyer has i…
This past weekend was the winter opener for trout in Minnesota which meant a busy weekend for Grindstone Lake. Driving by the south end of the lake on Sunday one could see vehicles lined up and down Grindstone Lake Road as anglers used the beach area to access their favorite spots. According…
COVID-19 cases spiked in November and have been steadily declining, according to the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH).
Pine County businesses and non-profits impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and shutdowns can apply for a new round of grants from the State of Minnesota ranging from $10,000-$30,000.
The Pine City Area Chamber of Commerce currently has a vacant seat on the Board of Directors for a term that ends Dec. 31, 2021. Eligible candidates must be a current member of the Pine City Area Chamber with an interest in serving the Pine City Business Community through networking, advocat…
Pine City’s Mason Mikyska tries to drive around a Cambridge-Isanti defender on his way to the net during the Dragons’ season-opener against the Bluejackets. Pine City wound up falling to C-I 6-5 this past Saturday.
A years-long effort by hockey supporters in Pine City to build a varsity girls team became a reality this past week, as the Pine City/Mora/Rush City Dragon girls varsity team took to the ice for their first game – fittingly, at home at the Pine City Civic Center.
The Dragon varsity girls basketball team started the season in dominant fashion this past week, with two blowout victories over conference foes Onamia and Isle.
Dragon boys basketball players may have had jitters as they stepped onto the floor for their first games this past week, but they quickly came together as a team and were able to take apart some formidable opponents.
In three criminal complaints outlining a dozen felony burglary charges, Matthew Russell Dickey, 33, of Sandstone has been accused of carrying out a months-long spree of home and cabin burglaries in multiple properties across Pine County.
Scott Allen Englund, 72, of Braham has been charged with two counts of felony first-degree sexual criminal conduct after the alleged abuse of multiple underage females.
COVID-19 cases spiked in November and have been steadily declining, according to the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), and health care workers at Essentia Health and Welia Health are hoping that the new vaccines will help bring the pandemic under control.
The newly-formed Pine City/Mora/Rush City Dragon girls varsity hockey team showed that they are already a force to be reckoned with, winning their very first game on the home ice of Korbel Arena in an 8-1 victory over the Prairie Centre Blue Devils
Pine City is looking for a new city administrator and city treasurer after Matthew Van Steenwyk – the person who held both those roles – was terminated as an employee of the city by a vote of the city council effective Jan. 15.
- Pine City chase leads to crash, criminal charges
- John Fedder
- Dickey charged with burglaries across Pine County
- Ettarose M. Britton
- E-Edition January 14, 2021
- Rodney Kish
- Pine City welcomes New Year baby
- Pine County Public Health delivers COVID vaccine to first responders, most vulnerable
- Schools plan return to classroom
- Local business provides foot relief
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