COBORN’S HAS GIFT GIVING IDEAS and great food. Pictured are Ashley Peltier and Nick Miller, giving away samples at Taste of the Holidays. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).
Shoppers  in Big Lake don’t have to go far to find Christmas gifts for friends and loved ones. Local merchants have lots of ideas to help their customers find the perfect gift close to home.

UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER FINALISTS at last weeks Big Lake Chamber of Commerce Christmas get together were Dr. Bill Mickle of Great River Spine and Sport, Chad Lofgren of Lofgren Construction, Gillian Kleppel of Anytime Fitness, and Big Lake Chief of Police Joel Scharf for his Duck Dynasty monstrosity. Dr. Mickle was the winner.
Big Lake Chamber of Commerce members filled the lower level of the Carousell Works Historic Event Center for their annual Christmas get-together.

Annual Cookie Walk at Saron Lutheran Church
Saron Lutheran Church held their annual Cookie Walk and cinnamon roll sale Saturday morning. The cookies were laid out on a long table covered with a red cloth down the center of the hallway. 

THE BIG LAKE FIRE DEPT. responded to the scene of a garage fire at the corner of Glenwood Avenue and Eagle Lake Road Wednesday afternoon. Officer Guy Chaffee spotted smoke rising from the building and sounded the alarm. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).
Big Lake Firefighters were called out to a garage fire at a home on the corner of Glenwood Avenue and Eagle Lake Road in Big Lake Wednesday around 3 p.m.

WEDNESDAY BLPD Officer Guy Chaffee sounded the alarm on a garage fire. Thursday he helped carry out groceries for Eileen Harman at Coborn’s Taste of the Hoildays.
Coborn’s celebrated with their annual Taste of the Holidays event Thursday evening. Everyone pitched in to help.

NICK ERICKSON and his brother, Trent, just started construction on their gingerbread houses. They were at the library with their mom, Michelle.
It was beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Big Lake Library Monday afternoon as residents gathered in the Cargill Room to create gingerbread houses.

COBORN’S HAS GIFT GIVING IDEAS and great food. Pictured are Ashley Peltier and Nick Miller, giving away samples at Taste of the Holidays. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER FINALISTS at last weeks Big Lake Chamber of Commerce Christmas get together were Dr. Bill Mickle of Great River Spine and Sport, Chad Lofgren of Lofgren Construction, Gillian Kleppel of Anytime Fitness, and Big Lake Chief of Police Joel Scharf for his Duck Dynasty monstrosity. Dr. Mickle was the winner.

Annual Cookie Walk at Saron Lutheran Church

THE BIG LAKE FIRE DEPT. responded to the scene of a garage fire at the corner of Glenwood Avenue and Eagle Lake Road Wednesday afternoon. Officer Guy Chaffee spotted smoke rising from the building and sounded the alarm. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

WEDNESDAY BLPD Officer Guy Chaffee sounded the alarm on a garage fire. Thursday he helped carry out groceries for Eileen Harman at Coborn’s Taste of the Hoildays.

NICK ERICKSON and his brother, Trent, just started construction on their gingerbread houses. They were at the library with their mom, Michelle.

Up to the minute

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Tues. Dec. 16:

  • 7 p.m.   Dance Team Conf. Meet @ Chisago Lakes
  • 7 p.m.    Boys Hockey at Little Falls
  • 7:15 p.m. Boys Basketball at Buffalo
  • 7:15 p.m.  Girls Basketball at Orono

(Left to Right) County Attorney Kathleen Heaney, Sheriff Joel Brott, Auditor/Treasurer Diane Arnold and County Recorder Michelle Ashe. (Photo by Ken Francis.)

Officials get 2% pay hike

The Sherburne County Board Tuesday approved a two percent salary increase for its four elected officials.

THE BECKER BIG LAKE EAGLES ARE BACK ON THE ICE and played the Princeton Tigers Tuesday. Above, Jake Piehl looks on as senior Nick Stalpes and freshman Alec Doran take on a Princeton forward. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Eagles returning after their best season ever

The Becker Big Lake varsity hockey Eagles play in the Two Rivers Conference. The Eagles are coached by Doug Fredrichs. This is what he had to say about his team.

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).

4th graders learning physical science standards

Fourth grade students at Liberty Elementary School are learning about physical science standards in a whole new way, through movement, says Communications Specialist Kayla Stai.

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COBORN’S HAS GIFT GIVING IDEAS and great food. Pictured are Ashley Peltier and Nick Miller, giving away samples at Taste of the Holidays. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER FINALISTS at last weeks Big Lake Chamber of Commerce Christmas get together were Dr. Bill Mickle of Great River Spine and Sport, Chad Lofgren of Lofgren Construction, Gillian Kleppel of Anytime Fitness, and Big Lake Chief of Police Joel Scharf for his Duck Dynasty monstrosity. Dr. Mickle was the winner.

Annual Cookie Walk at Saron Lutheran Church

THE BIG LAKE FIRE DEPT. responded to the scene of a garage fire at the corner of Glenwood Avenue and Eagle Lake Road Wednesday afternoon. Officer Guy Chaffee spotted smoke rising from the building and sounded the alarm. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

WEDNESDAY BLPD Officer Guy Chaffee sounded the alarm on a garage fire. Thursday he helped carry out groceries for Eileen Harman at Coborn’s Taste of the Hoildays.