Clearwater News

A group of local musicians got together Sunday at the Clearwater Legion for an informal jam session. Spring Jammin’ included (clockwise, from left) Dave Kvaas, Glen Tamm, Kris Crandall, Angie Crandall, Christopher Laumb, Nathan Ness and Doug Millaway. They entertained a small crowd with two hours of folk and rock songs. (Photo by Ken Francis.)

Community Choir concert Sunday

The Clearwater Community Choir, directed by Roger Towler, will present their Spring concert "The Sounds of Music" Sunday at Clearwater Rejoice Lutheran Church at 4 pm. 

Clearview may expand. These Clearview Elementary school students taking part in the annual "Pinwheels for Peace" project last fall may see an expansion of 10 classrooms and other facilities at the school if a preliminary proposal approved by the St. Cloud School Board last week is completed. The added classrooms would clear the way to expand the school to a K-8 facility.

Clearview preliminary expansion approved

At their regular meeting last Thursday, the St.

TIGER CUB SCOUTS Charlie Studenski and Ian Eldred and his sister, Elise, came to visit the Clearwater/West Sherburne Tribune to learn about media. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Scouts visits Tribune Office

Tuesday evening a group of Tiger Cub Scouts from Pack 94 came to visit the offices of the Clearwater/West Sherburne Tribune with their parents.



CASSIE TINIUS, CentraCare director of physician recruitment, spoke to the local hospital board about the difficulties of physician recruitment. But the job continues, she said, in spite of significant competition for doctors from other hospitals.

MUSIC AND MOVEMENT Arts Integration Specialist and Teaching Artist Diane Aldis, from The Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts, spent time with each fourth grade class this week. (Submitted photo).

EAGLE SCOUT TREVOR TURNER WITH HIS FAMILY. From the left are grandparents Russ and Ellen Turner, dad Tim, Trevor, mom Joyce and grandparents Burgetta and Leonard Nistler. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).