BIG LAKE BULL RIDER Mike Wolbeck poses for a picture with his daughter, Paisley, and fiancee, Amanda Langerud.
Mike Wolbeck, 26,  from Big Lake will never forget his first rodeo. “I wanted to try bull riding for a long time,” he said. “Then I met a guy who was doing it when I was working on a side job, doing concrete. He helped get me into it.

Lily Noble helps the 4x200 relay team to first place
The Big Lake track & field team had some fine individual performances at the Monticello Indoor meet Tuesday. The girls had four first-place finishes. Lily Noble broke her own school record and went 10’6” in the pole vault to win the event. She was also second in the 200 meters in 29.51.

LIFE IN OLD TIME BIG LAKE was a very different proposition then it is today, middle school students from April Bischoff and Ann Segner’s classes discovered when they had some guest speakers come to class Wednesday. Sharing their history were long-time residents Darlene Lanz and Dee and Norm Leslie. That’s me on the right. (Photo by April Bischoff).
Students in Big Lake Middle School have been studying Minnesota history. Students in April Bischoff and Ann Segner’s classes are focusing on the history of Big Lake. Wednesday morning the students had four visitors who shared with them what it was like to live in Big Lake during the 1900s, before they were born.

BIG LAKE Finance Director Deb Wegeleben was serving as an interim but was awarded the position permanently because she did the job so well.
Interim City Administrator Joel Scharf presented the city’s revised junk and blight process at Wednesday’s Big Lake City Council meeting.
Many communities along railroad tracks have asked their local government to help with noise issues by creating quiet zones, where train operators are instructed not to blow their whistles at crossings.

MEMBERS OF THE BRIGGS LAKE CHAIN ASSOCIATION (BLCA) spoke to the county commissioners about creating a three-lake Lake Improvement District (LID) at a workshop last week. (From right) Dan Merchant, Kenzie Phelps and Scott Ruiter. (Photo by Ken Francis.)
After an hour-long workshop last week, the Sherburne County Board decided it wasn’t their responsibility to take the next step  to establish a Lake Improvement District (LID) for the Briggs Lake Chain.

BIG LAKE BULL RIDER Mike Wolbeck poses for a picture with his daughter, Paisley, and fiancee, Amanda Langerud.

Lily Noble helps the 4x200 relay team to first place

LIFE IN OLD TIME BIG LAKE was a very different proposition then it is today, middle school students from April Bischoff and Ann Segner’s classes discovered when they had some guest speakers come to class Wednesday. Sharing their history were long-time residents Darlene Lanz and Dee and Norm Leslie. That’s me on the right. (Photo by April Bischoff).

BIG LAKE Finance Director Deb Wegeleben was serving as an interim but was awarded the position permanently because she did the job so well.

MEMBERS OF THE BRIGGS LAKE CHAIN ASSOCIATION (BLCA) spoke to the county commissioners about creating a three-lake Lake Improvement District (LID) at a workshop last week. (From right) Dan Merchant, Kenzie Phelps and Scott Ruiter. (Photo by Ken Francis.)

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BIG LAKE SENIORS SUPPORT BACKPACK BUDDIES at the Hawaiian luau fundraiser. Enjoying the delicious barbecued pork meal were Sue Fleming, Pat Morris, Linda Stallcop, Arlene Goldman, Lester Wood, Barbara Wood and Beth Smith.

Hearts, luau warm Backpack program

The temperature was well below freezing in Big Lake Saturday but at Saron Lutheran Church on Lake Street South, it was a tropical paradise and local residents

Good Luck at State!!! Big Lake is proud! These four boys will represent Big Lake 9th Grade wrestling at state in Champlin Park this Sat. (Jan. 31). Ben Beckers - Champion, Joe Morris - Champion, Ben Morris - 2nd Place and Charlie Gellerman- 2nd Place. (Submitted photo.)

4 wrestlers headed to 9th-grade tourney

Four Big Lake wrestlers are headed to the 9th Grade State Tournament after  finishing in the top two spots at the 9th Grade Region 7 Section meet last Saturday

CUB SCOUTS FROM PACK 93 came to visit the newspaper office Monday. From left to right, they are Ben Nau, Graelynn Winter, Jonathan McCormack, Gabriel Winter and Caleb Nau. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Cub Scouts visit Tribune office

Two Bear Scouts, one Wolf Scout and two Tiger Scouts came to visit the office of the West Sherburne Tribune Monday evening.

BIG LAKE CITY COUNCIL recognized Public Works employee John Moshier, retiring after 34 years of service. From the left are City Council Member Seth Hansen, John Moshier Council Member Duane Langsdorf, Mayor Raeanne Danielowski, Council Member Nick Christenson, Council Member Mike Wallen and Public Works Director Mike Goebel. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

County Attorney updates city on community issues

The Big Lake City Council met Wednesday and heard from County  Attorney Kathleen Heaney. Heaney, who represents the city in petty misdemeanors and misdemeanors. 

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BIG LAKE BULL RIDER Mike Wolbeck poses for a picture with his daughter, Paisley, and fiancee, Amanda Langerud.

Lily Noble helps the 4x200 relay team to first place

LIFE IN OLD TIME BIG LAKE was a very different proposition then it is today, middle school students from April Bischoff and Ann Segner’s classes discovered when they had some guest speakers come to class Wednesday. Sharing their history were long-time residents Darlene Lanz and Dee and Norm Leslie. That’s me on the right. (Photo by April Bischoff).

BIG LAKE Finance Director Deb Wegeleben was serving as an interim but was awarded the position permanently because she did the job so well.