Monthly Archives: October 2010

Cast and crew trick-or-treat for food shelf

-6th Annual Community Service Project The cast and crew of “Guys and Dolls,” the fall musical being presented by Pine City High School, may be knocking on your door this Halloween evening (Sunday, Oct. 31).  But the students won’t be … Continue reading

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Tickets now on sale for ‘Guys and Dolls’

-Reserve your seats now for upcoming fall musical Tickets are now on sale for Pine City High School’s much anticipated fall musical, the classic Broadway musical comedy, “Guys and Dolls.”  The show is scheduled for performances on November 11, 12, … Continue reading

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Local college transforms itself

  Come see for yourself at open house Wednesday! It’s not your parent’s vo-tech.   Take a look at the recent bumper stickers which say “Harvard… The Pine Tech of the East.” Pine Technical College is a world-class educational institution right … Continue reading

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Where does LGA come from?

  When it comes to local government aid, the State isn’t getting all its money from, say, Winona…  Or ‘da Range…  Or,        Or…tonville. It’s predominantly coming from–you guessed it–the populous twins, Minneapolis and St. Paul.  There wouldn’t be miles of … Continue reading

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Letter from Sarah Shourd

Sarah Shourd, with her mother Nora, who moved to Pine City, Minn. for a time to work on the release of the three hikers with Cindy Hickey, mother of Shane Bauer. The following was sent by Sarah to supporters on Oct. 20, 2010: … Continue reading

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Operation Community Connect Needs: YOU!

Pine City Horizons is seeking volunteers for Operation Community Connect (OCC). OCC is a one day, service day to those in-need in our community and will provide a meal, winter clothing and resource information from over 30 assistance providers. The … Continue reading

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Candidate forums set for Oct. 18 and 26

Pine Technical College will open its doors to invite the public for the 7th year of the Candidate Forum.  With a larger number of candidates, organizers have decided to offer the Forum in a two night series. Monday, October 18, … Continue reading

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Commuters: buses ready to roll

 Rush Line route No. 285 connects to St. Paul’s Union Depot Oct. 18, buses begin running to serve area commuters wishing to get to St. Paul and avoid gridlock.  Departing from Forest Lake/Columbus, the route (called “Rush Line”) has been in the … Continue reading

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Writing Workshop in the Woods

Authors’ Reception and Book Signing on Friday, Oct. 15 The public is invited to meet authors Angela Foster, David Bengston, and Candace Simar at a reception on Friday, October 15. The authors will be reading selections from their works and … Continue reading

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Disc golf makes local debut

  Debuting in Pine City is disc golf, brought to you by the City of Pine City‘s Parks and Recreation department. “The outdoor activity is growing in popularity, and I am sure our residents and Pine Tech’s students will enjoy playing,” … Continue reading

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