HISTORY CENTER LECTURE. SCSU graduate student Cathy Coats opened the Winter Lecture Series at the Sherburne History Center last Tues. with a presentation on the Dakota Uprising and the Knights of the Forest, a secret Minnesota society formed to urge removal of all Indians from the territory in 1863. (Photos by David Hannula)

History Center program reveals Minnesota secret society

The Sherburne History Center Winter Lecture Series opened last week with a program dealing with the Dakota Uprising, the fate of the Winnebago tribe and the formation of a secret society in Minne

HOW NOW? Kids of all ages learned a lot at the Little Farm Hands exhibit at the Sherburne County Fair last summer, including how to milk a mechanical cow. (Submitted Photo)

Little Farm Hands/Farm Friends barn project

The Little Farm Hands/Farm Friends Barn project continues to move forward with the latest development being achievement of 501c3 status as a non-profit organization, according to long-time organi



Marvin Thomas Oeffling

BETTY THIELEN, 88, of Big Lake was seriously injured in a traffic accident on Airport Road in Big Lake Township Thursday afternoon. (Archive photo by Jennifer Edwards).

BIG LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL have purchased hydration stations for their school and help prevent waste from plastic water bottles. Front row from left to right is Sophie Wesolowski, Emily Zinken, Erin Rootes, Mia Mielke, Destinee Schieck and Annika Holl. Back row from left to right is Erik Poffenberger, Sydney Throolin, Hailey Atwood, Cassie Walsh, Trent Ramert, Isabella Dahlen, Lexi Nau and Ashlyn Mattson. (Submitted photo).

SHERBURNE COUNTY SHERIFF Joel Brott at the Orrock Township meeting Wednesday. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

THE BIG LAKE AMBASSADORS take charge of the serving line.