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Thursday, January 20, 2022
Lindgren Tax

A resident from Chisago City is a recipient of one of 15 Minnesota Sheriffs’ Association $2000 scholarships. 


Volunteers needed for 150 year county fair celebration this summer. Contact 4H at mnext-chisago@umn.edu or 651-277-0150.

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•   Watershed District will not be acquiring Willow Point

•   Local fishermen enjoy success at the next level

•   Holidays are over, so let's go low and slow

•   Lindstrom Council gets ready for 2022 business


NEWS
Veterans Memorial round table meeting

The City & Veterans Memorial Committee are hosting a community roundtable discussion on January 18, 2022, at 6:30 pm regarding the expansion of the Veterans Memorial in Central Park.  The North Branch Beautification Association’s Veterans Memorial Committee, a local 501 (c) 3 organization, is proposing to expand and revitalize the existing Veterans Memorial that is located in the southeast corner of Central Park. The expansion costs would be funded 100 percent by the Beautification Veterans Memorial Committee’s ongoing efforts to raise donations from various community members, business and organizations in support of this site.  The Veterans Committee, consisting of members from our North Branch American Legion, VFW, School District, and Beautification Association, will design and fundraise for an impactful site memorializing those who served our country.  The new Veterans Memorial would honor veterans from all five branches of the military and would occupy an area of approximately 60 feet by 60 feet (under four percent of the park’s total area) and is proposed to be placed at the southern portion of the park possibly between the gazebo and Main Street.  The Committee’s proposal is not intended to change the use of any structures such as the gazebo, playground or basketball court.

• Accused of third degree murder; Hofer acquitted
• New Supt. of St. Croix Riverway named
• Water and Light utility commissioners hike pay; talks with ECE need time
• Water billings in Center City getting corrected; meters with no readings to be replaced in coming weeks

SPORTS
Vikings roll to 10-1 ahead of pivotal week of basketball

Even though this upcoming week may be the most important of the season thus far for the North Branch boys basketball team, it doesn’t mean last week’s 2-0 sweep wasn’t impressive over Big Lake and Grand Rapids.

• 'Cats struggle to keep up with Monticello
• Stipe has record-setting week facing tough competition
• Mora tourney a good learning experience for CL grapplers
• Stars win three of four

OBITUARIES
Jan Kersey

Janice “Jan” Kersey, 81, passed away after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's Disease on December 21, 2021 in Roseville, MN. Jan was born in 1940 in Pine City, MN, and spent her childhood years in Sandstone and in Minneapolis, where she graduated in 1958 from Washburn High School. The following year she married Dave Kersey and together they embarked on a lifetime of ministry, beginning with the launch of a new Christian radio station, KFNW, in Fargo, ND. Jan worked tirelessly behind the scenes at the radio station, doing everything from hosting events to lawn care and building maintenance. Together they organized and hosted multiple tours of the Holy Land in the 1970s, and regularly visited local churches throughout the Red River Valley region to share their travels, testimonies and song.

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• Jean Nelsen
• June McKenzie
• Judith O'Claire

SCHOOLS
Audit shows healthy balances for Chisago Lakes; levy and budget OKd

The Chisago Lakes School Board its their annual Truth-in-Taxation meeting before the regular school board meeting on Thursday, December 18.

• Nearing year end, CL reports positive for district
• NB School Board hears funding last year has unplanned bills related to COVID close to covered
• Open mic at C.L. School Board meeting prompts contract debate
• North Branch adopts teacher contract to '23, ups substitute pay


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