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What is Osseo
Osseo is a city located in Trempealeau County, Wisconsin, at the confluence of the North and South Forks of the Buffalo River. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 1,669. (...)
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"Park Center Senior High School is one of four public high schools in the Osseo Area School District 279."
"The Osseo Marching Band Festival was created by the Osseo Band Boosters as a community event -to allow the local students of Independent School District 279 a place to perform in front of their hometown crowd and compete with other area bands."
"Osseo Area School District 279 Is a school District serving the certain suburban areas of the twin cities particularly."
"Maple Grove Senior High (MGSH) was the third public high school built by Osseo School District 279 and it opened in 1996 with a student population of approx."
"Maple Junior High and Osseo Junior High School (which was ranked 57th out of 229) were the only middle schools in the Osseo School District 279 that were ranked in the top 100 middle schools in the state."
"Osseo Area School District 279 is a school district in Hennepin County , Minnesota providing free public education from the primary level to the secondary level in the following areas: Brooklyn Center , Brooklyn Park , Maple Grove , Osseo , Plymouth , Corcoran , Dayton and Hassan."
"Osseo Junior High School and Maple Grove Junior High School (which was ranked 39th out 229) were the only Osseo Area School District 279 junior high schools to make the top 100 middle schools in the state."
badgerprof02 from USA wrote about Osseo 5 years ago
I grew up in Osseo, and when I was a child, the Norke Nook was a small diner that had the feel of a school cafeteria. Truth be told, I didn't eat there much. My parents and I went out for fried fish every Friday night (I really dislike fried fish, so I usually ate chicken), but otherwise, I frequented the local A&W Root Beer stand.
When I was in high school, things started to change. All of a sudden, cars from outside the state of Wisconsin started to appear in downtown Osseo. They had read about the Norske Nook in Jane and Michael Stern's book Roadfood, which rated the Norske Nook among the ten best roadside stops in the US. When I was in high school, the only reason someone from outside of Osseo would have heard of my hometown was ... well, there really was no reason to know about Osseo. Now, when I tell people around here that I grew up in Osseo, they immediately recognize it as the home of the Norske Nook.
So later today, on our way to visit my parents, who have moved further north to Eau Claire, we will stop at the Norske Nook for dinner and some pie. If you find yourself there and are confused about which pie to order, here's a tip from an insider: Sour Cream Raisin. I know what it sounds like, but just trust me on this.
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