Monthly Archives: January 2011

Pine City one-act play advances to Sections for fourth year in a row

Local Production places 2nd behind Rush City Pine City High School is advancing to its fourth consecutive Section Finals in the MSHSL One-Act Play competition with the children’s play, “The Arkansaw Bear.”  Saturday’s Sub-Section contest, hosted by Pine City, featured … Continue reading

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Join Horizons and Demos to build skills that will help you facilitate conversations about difficult issues.

Tired of knee-jerk reactions to tough public issues like poverty? Join Horizons and Demos to build skills that will help you facilitate conversations about difficult issues. The Demos Center for the Public Sector is a nationally recognized leader in non-partisan … Continue reading

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Back-to-back Great River Conference champs kick-off their season at home!

Monday, Jan. 31, high school speech teams from all around the region will converge on Pine City High School for its third-annual Early Bird Meet. Organized by third-year Pine City Speech Coach, Beth Steinleitner, this round-robin event will have a … Continue reading

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Horizons Year in Review, 2010

As 2010 comes to a close, the Pine City Horizons’ volunteers look back at their activities in the previous year and goals for 2011. In 2007, the University of Minnesota Extension announced the creation of a program, in partnership with … Continue reading

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Census Releases New Ways to Measure Poverty

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Pine Citians invited to People’s Ball

Governor Dayton on a recent trip to Pine City Governor Mark Dayton invites you to join him for the “People’s Inaugural Ball” Saturday, Jan. 8, 2011 6 p.m. to Midnight All are welcome.  Reception and dance. Minneapolis Convention Center 1301 … Continue reading

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Skluzacek appointed to Planning Commission

Under Mayor Jane Robbins recommendation, the Pine City Council appointed Loren Skluzacek to serve on the nine-member Pine City Planning Commission.   Skluzacek works for Westerman Bus Co. and also owns his own seasonal business in deer processing.    Pine City … Continue reading

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By the numbers, city building and planning

The above summary details the building and planning activity in Pine City during 2010.  It compares the numbers of houses and commercial structures built with other nearby cities, Cambridge, North Branch and Mora.  Despite posting lower numbers than in a … Continue reading

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Relay for Life returns to Pine County

The Relay For Life is coming back to Pine County!  After several years’ absence, Pine County is planning another Relay For Life event.  The Relay For Life is an American Cancer Society sanctioned walk to raise money in the fight … Continue reading

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Video: Intro to Horizons in Pine City

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