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Monthly Archives: February 2013
The FirstLight Health System Auxiliary is offering a $1000 scholarship to an adult who has been out of high school for at least three years and who is pursuing an education in the healthcare field. This Auxiliary scholarship is funded … Continue reading
Anyone can help teacher Mrs. Hughes in her efforts to raise money for Pine City Public Schools, ISD #578. Clip and save your General Mills box tops and drop them off at the front office of the elementary school. Box Tops for Education box tops … Continue reading
Are you a Veteran who is in business or planning to start a business/ Learn how to get registered for one-on-one professional business consulting services at no cost to you. Attend the Veterans Business Resource Program on Tuesday, April 16th … Continue reading
Look for Caleb Flynn on American Idol this season. He grew up in nearby Braham, Minn.
Fare For All is a food distribution program that is offered in our community. There are no income guidelines to take part in this program, it is simply another way to make your grocery money stretch. How does it work?? … Continue reading
PINE CITY, Minn. – The Minnesota Job Skills Partnership (MJSP) grant for low-income workers, administered by the Employment and Training Center (ETC) at Pine Technical College, still has significant funding available to support about 50 students choosing to pursue training … Continue reading
Dennis Odegard and Brent Jahnz were given their respective oaths of office by newly-elected Mayor Paul Janssen at the Planning Commission meeting Jan. 22. Odegard, age 72, and his wife Linda live outside the city limits in Pine City along … Continue reading
Pine City has been blessed with three very unique and wonderful arts organizations as well as a school district that is developing quality music, art and theater students each and every day. In just five short weeks of 2013 there … Continue reading
The national commander of the American Legion is in Minnesota this week visiting dozens of posts across the state. Commander Jim Koutz met with local members and listened to their concerns to take them back to Washington D.C. Koutz was … Continue reading