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Category Archives: 09. Community: Knowledge and Awareness
Is your Pine City area business listed online for Google Search? Can your business be found on Google Maps? If not, you may be missing potential customers or not have all the business traffic you could have. Current statistics on … Continue reading
PINE CITY, Minn. – Motorcyclists, or those looking to get their motorcycle endorsement, have a new training site to go to for Minnesota Motorcycle Safety Center rider courses. Pine Technical and Community College in Pine City, Minn. started offering the … Continue reading
The Fairview Clinic in Pine City recently relocated to a newly renovated space in Evergreen Square. With the new location comes new services and even some changes in the hours the clinic is open. To celebrate the opening of the … Continue reading
Friday, Oct. 4 Farmers’ Market in the Park 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Robinson Park, town square – Enjoy it homegrown and handmade! Peaceful Pines Pumpkin Patch 3 p.m. – Dusk, 13650 Government Road – Acres of pick your own … Continue reading
The Pine Center for the Arts will host a performance of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in Robinson Park this weekend. Two performances are planned at 2PM on Saturday, August 3rd and Sunday, August 4th. The performances are open to the … Continue reading
As the school year is ending and the first day of June is almost upon us, the start of a busy summer season in Pine City is upon us. With so many great activities happening, it seemed important to share … Continue reading
The Pine City Library will host a showing of the movie, “Best in Show” on Thursday, May 2nd at 6:30 PM. At intermission, Steve Hallan – a local dog trainer – will do a brief demonstration on dog training.
On June 24th , local chruches will be hosting a Progressive Mexican dinner to raise money for A Place for You homeless shelter. It will begin at Immaculate Conception Church with tortilla soup and chips with salsa (served from 5-6:30), then move on … Continue reading
Pine Technical College’s Ever Green Club will be hosting a showing of Precious Waters: Minnesota’s Sulfide Mining Controversy on April 26 at 7:30 p.m. in room 20, the college auditorium. The short film, a project of the Friends of the … Continue reading
As part of last Thursday’s Housing Forum, one of the panel members spoke about the benefits of Financial Counseling for homeowners. Ed Nelson, representing MN Home Ownership Center discussed the value of counseling for families. The Home Ownership Center’s mission is … Continue reading