The Midsummer Ambassadors of North Branch and Candidates had a busy weekend hosting a homemade Swedish meatball dinner on Friday, May 13, and their 10th annual Meet the Candidates Dessert Social on Sunday, May 15, at the American Legion hall in North Branch.
The Cambridge Ambassador Program is delighted to announce the names of the 20 young women participating in this year’s Candidate Experience.
The Cambridge Community Garden is open on East Rum River Drive South near the old Cambridge water tower. Water is on. Many have started to plant.
Eighth grader AnnaGrace Nelson took the top spot for C-I in the high jump during the section True Team meet, finishing in 9th place in the event.
North Branch second baseman Caleb Stiles tags out a Cloquet runner during the Vikings’ 3-2 victory over the Lumberjacks.
The Bluejacket boys finished in second place at the Section 5AAA True Team meet, which was hosted by C-I. According to head coach Kent Viesselman, this was the best finish for either the boys or girls teams since they were moved up to the largest class.
I spend part of my workdays in a classroom, teaching kids about science. As is true wherever any kids are gathered together, though, I often spend some time mediating disagreements.
Kudos to Matthew Rothchild of Isanti for his articulate sentiments in his letter to the editor, “YMCA will put Cambridge citizens further in debt” (04/28/2016 edition of the Star).
It was in reading a new book I picked up called “Influencer” that my understanding of discipleship was actually reborn. I have talked about discipleship often over the past 35 years, having served in several places with that word as part of my “job description.” But in reading this book, I s…