August David Brutger, stillborn, was delivered on Saturday, May 23, 2015 at the St. Cloud Hospital. Private graveside services will take place at St. Anne Catholic Cemetery in Kimball, Minnesota. Fr. Thomas Olson will officiate the Rite of Committal.

MAX LOFGREN, getting fitted for a bike helmet by Scott Barta, told his mom Alisha the Bike Rodeo was “...the best place in the whole world.”
Saturday morning was the second annual Big lake Bike Rodeo, sponsored by Big Lake Community Education, the Big Lake Lions, KleinBank and the Big Lake Police Dept. Young riders and their parents met with officers in front of Independence Elementary School.

Joy Plamann
Joy Plamann, MBA, RN, BC, medicine care center director of St. Cloud Hospital, has been honored by The Women’s Health Leadership TRUST for providing leadership excellence in health care. Plamann received the award during the organization’s 2015 Forum in Minneapolis Apr. 21. 

LIBERTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL THIRD GRADERS made the audience shiver and shudder Tuesday night with Squirm!, their musical about creepy crawlie creatures. The production had lots of choreography with the singing as well as speaking roles and percussionists. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).
Third graders at Liberty Elementary School presented Squirm, a wiggly, giggly, squiggly musical written by Jacob Johnson and John Higgins. The third graders from Ms. Hagberg, Ms. Jude, Ms. Nelson, Ms. Rohrbach and Ms. Wanners’ classes were directed by music Teacher Adam Tulkki.
Big Lake Middle School choir students presented their spring concert last week with the sixth grade choir under the direction of Sheri Lieffering. The concert began at 6 p.m. with the select choir singing Seasons of Love, arranged by Mac Huff.

Kara Zoller, Health Promotions Supervisor
Sherburne County Health & Human Services (HHS) is continuing its efforts to improve the health of its citizens. One of the biggest health issues in the county, state and the nation is obesity, and HHS has been implementing programs to get people to exercise more and eat healthier.

MAX LOFGREN, getting fitted for a bike helmet by Scott Barta, told his mom Alisha the Bike Rodeo was “...the best place in the whole world.”

Joy Plamann

LIBERTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL THIRD GRADERS made the audience shiver and shudder Tuesday night with Squirm!, their musical about creepy crawlie creatures. The production had lots of choreography with the singing as well as speaking roles and percussionists. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Kara Zoller, Health Promotions Supervisor

Up to the minute

  • Office Hours: Mon - Thurs: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m./ Fri. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m 
Thurs. May 21:
  • 1 p.m. Boys/Girls Golf Conference Meet @ Pebble Creek Golf Course
  • 4:30 p.m. Baseball at Becker

Fri. May 22:  No School

Have a Happy Memorial Weekend!

Mon. May 25: Office will be closed for Memorial Day!


THE BIG LAKE SPUD FEST COMMITTEE is hard at work organizing this year’s community celebration and they are seeking sponsors and volunteers for the summer activities. Committee members are (from the left), Don Orrock, George Quinn, Mayor Raeanne Danielowski, Greg Green Natalie Bender, Charlean Albright, Deb Johnson, Tootsie McKern, Cody Munger, Jim Jensen and Garrett Albright. Not pictured are Nick Paine and Jason and Amber Lankki. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Spud Fest committee is busy making plans for June 25-28

The Big Lake Spud Fest Committee is hard at work putting together the 2015 annual Big Lake Spud Fest celebration, June 25-28.

BIG LAKE AMBASSADOR Kailyn Johnson not only gave blood Monday, she will organize Big Lake’s next American Red Cross blood drive.

Kailyn to head next Bloodmobile

 The Big Lake Knights of Columbus American Red Cross Blood Drive held at Mary of the Visitation Catholic Church Monday fell a little short of the goal of 110 pin


FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADERS learn archery at school, thanks to a grant from NASP, which paid for equipment which is shared between two schools.

Big Lake kids as archers

Fourth and fifth grade students in Liberty and Independence Schools in Big Lake have an opportunity to learn the basics of archery, thanks to a grant the school district received last year.

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E-Editions


Clearwater Tribune, Volume 29, Number 19, Friday May 8, 2015

Volume 29, Number 18, Friday, May 1, 2015

Volume 28, Number 16, Friday, April 17, 2015

Volume 28, Number 15, Friday April 10, 2015

Clearwater Tribune Fri. Dec. 26, 2014, volume 28, number 51

Special Sections


2015 Clearwater & Clear Lake Communities Guide

2015 Spring Builder Home Improvement Guide

Health Section 2015

Sat. Oct. 11, 2014..A Special Section to the West Sherburne Tribune

photos


WELL DONE. Farm Friends Barn project Chairperson Jean Johnson congratulated three SCSU students on the presentation of a business/marketing plan for the FFB at the Sherburne History Center . The students from left, are: Renee Graff, Aaron Hofschulte-Beck and Kristi Noble, each of whom was handed their course "Certificate of Completion" by Johnson after the presentation on behalf of the SCSU program. (Photo by David Hannula)

MAX LOFGREN, getting fitted for a bike helmet by Scott Barta, told his mom Alisha the Bike Rodeo was “...the best place in the whole world.”

LIBERTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL THIRD GRADERS made the audience shiver and shudder Tuesday night with Squirm!, their musical about creepy crawlie creatures. The production had lots of choreography with the singing as well as speaking roles and percussionists. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).