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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Beginning today, the Pine City Area Chamber of Commerce is taking NOMINATIONS for the 2010 Holiday Lighting Contest for both residential and business entries. Do you know a home in your neighborhood, a friend or family member that has a holiday lighting display … Continue reading
Award-winning children’s play will compete, perform in January PCHS is two-time defending Sub-Section Champions Fresh on the heels of their most successful fall musical ever, Pine City High School has announced its selection for the Minnesota State High School League’s … Continue reading
Pine City will celebrate the beginning of the holiday season during the annual Holiday Madness and Christmas Carol Parade scheduled for Friday, December 3. This year’s event schedule has some new and exciting additions once again! The Pine City Chamber … Continue reading
KSTP reports that a deer hunter near Pine City wants others to learn from his experience. See story by clicking here.
A 55-foot white spruce tree from the Chengwatana State Forest will grace the Minnesota governor’s residence this holiday season. Staff from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources have cut down trees from this area before, which is about 15 miles … Continue reading
The Pine City Area Chamber of Commerce along with local businesses have partnered once again to create the 2010 Community Fundraiser Card. The cards have a new look this fall and are small enough to fit into your wallet or … Continue reading
Other area schools are unsuccessful in levy attempts The votes have been counted, and the renewal of the 10-year operating levy attempt in Pine City School District history passed on Nov. 2 by quite a margin, 2,651 to 1,619. Over … Continue reading
The Agurban sent out a great ezine this week mentioning Cinda Baxter and the 3/50 Project movement. Below are the key points of The 3/50 Project, as outlined on their home page. 3 – What three independently owned businesses would you miss … Continue reading
-Performances continue Friday and Saturday Pine City High School’s fall musical opened this weekend and even the season’s first snowstorm couldn’t keep audiences from flocking to see “Guys and Dolls” at the Pine City Elementary Auditorium. Nearly 1,200 people came … Continue reading