If she’d been born a musician, then Cadence Eischens would no doubt be writing songs for i-Tunes or YouTube spreading an activist message about conservation. But, she’s a photographer. So she uses images, to show people just how key it is to support all things in the natural world.
Health & Human Services Director Nancy Dahlin was on the County Board agenda last week for the final time in her 30-year career of working in public health and social welfare programming. Dahlin lives outside of Rush City, on part of a farmstead that’s been in her family since 1902. She gave an emotional final monthly wrap-up.
The North Branch Vikings boys’ hockey team made its first-ever appearance at the state high school hockey tournament last week. The Vikings lost the opener to eventual Class 1A champion St. Cloud Cathedral 7-0, beat Minnesota River in the consolation semifinals 5-2 and lost 2-1 to Delano in the consolation championship game.
CHISAGO LAKES Hibbing 66, Wildcats 62 The Wildcats ended their season with a loss to Hibbing at sections March 5. The Wildcats’ season has been filled with highs and lows under new coach Josh Flug, who has led the team to some impressive wins over Grand Rapids, St. Croix Lutheran and two over rivals North Branch.