ZACK AND CALEB SMITH enjoyed making and eating their own snacks at the Early Childhood Open House at Liberty School.
The Big Lake School District Early Childhood Center held an open house at Liberty Elementary School Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon.
Sherburne County may be increasing its property tax levy for the first time in five years. Tuesday, the county board certified the 2015 preliminary levy at $42,455,675, a 2.5% increase over the 2014 levy of $41,420,261.

SHERBURNE COUNTY HISTORY CENTER Executive Director Mike Brubaker, Treasurer Carol Kolbinger, Marion Salzmann, Teresa Warner, Secretary Diane Jacobsen and President Bruce Tyler. Not pictured is Jean Johnson.
The Sherburne County History Center drew a crowd of supporters to the Carousell Works Historic Event Center in Big Lake for their annual Autumn Lights fund raiser Saturday.

MEMBERS OF THE REFUGE RANGERS 4-H CLUB participated at the State Fair performing a Share The Fun act titled “Worlds Worst 4-H Club”. Members were Evan Schafer, Hannah Anderson, Tyler Zoubek, McKayla Masog, Ally Kangas, Taylor Muehlbauer, and Conner Schafer. Members also won trips at the County Fair on various individual projects and they all received blue ribbons at the State Fair. Not pictured is Noah Anderson.
Fifteen year old Laura Simcoe from Elk River has been a part of 4-H for eight years now. She earned three trips to the State Fair in those eight years. 

RESIDENTS FROM THE PROMISE NEIGHBORHOOD in East St. Cloud work in their community garden funded by a SHIP grant to Sherburne County Health & Human Services. (Submitted photo.)
Sherburne County Health & Human Services (HHS) is helping more people eat right.

BIG LAKE AMBASSADOR Kailyn Johnson gives blood for the first time while Ambassadors Samantha Moench and Hailey Lahr cheer her on. All the Ambassadors helped with the Big Lake Knight’s of Columbus American Red Cross Blood Drive Monday at Mary of the Visitation Catholic Church. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).
The Knights of Columbus hosted a blood drive for the American Red Cross Monday at Mary of the Visitation Catholic Church Big Lake Campus. “Our goal was 110 pints of blood,” said organizer Norb Vossen. “We fell short by three units with 107.”

ZACK AND CALEB SMITH enjoyed making and eating their own snacks at the Early Childhood Open House at Liberty School.

SHERBURNE COUNTY HISTORY CENTER Executive Director Mike Brubaker, Treasurer Carol Kolbinger, Marion Salzmann, Teresa Warner, Secretary Diane Jacobsen and President Bruce Tyler. Not pictured is Jean Johnson.

MEMBERS OF THE REFUGE RANGERS 4-H CLUB participated at the State Fair performing a Share The Fun act titled “Worlds Worst 4-H Club”. Members were Evan Schafer, Hannah Anderson, Tyler Zoubek, McKayla Masog, Ally Kangas, Taylor Muehlbauer, and Conner Schafer. Members also won trips at the County Fair on various individual projects and they all received blue ribbons at the State Fair. Not pictured is Noah Anderson.

RESIDENTS FROM THE PROMISE NEIGHBORHOOD in East St. Cloud work in their community garden funded by a SHIP grant to Sherburne County Health & Human Services. (Submitted photo.)

BIG LAKE AMBASSADOR Kailyn Johnson gives blood for the first time while Ambassadors Samantha Moench and Hailey Lahr cheer her on. All the Ambassadors helped with the Big Lake Knight’s of Columbus American Red Cross Blood Drive Monday at Mary of the Visitation Catholic Church. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

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Fri. Sept. 12

  • Movie in the Park/Home Town Jam - Cancelled
  • 7 p.m. Football vs Buffalo at home

Sat. Sept. 13

  • 9 a.m. Tennis Invitational at home
  • 9 a.m. Volleyball Invitational at home

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ZACK AND CALEB SMITH enjoyed making and eating their own snacks at the Early Childhood Open House at Liberty School.

SHERBURNE COUNTY HISTORY CENTER Executive Director Mike Brubaker, Treasurer Carol Kolbinger, Marion Salzmann, Teresa Warner, Secretary Diane Jacobsen and President Bruce Tyler. Not pictured is Jean Johnson.

MEMBERS OF THE REFUGE RANGERS 4-H CLUB participated at the State Fair performing a Share The Fun act titled “Worlds Worst 4-H Club”. Members were Evan Schafer, Hannah Anderson, Tyler Zoubek, McKayla Masog, Ally Kangas, Taylor Muehlbauer, and Conner Schafer. Members also won trips at the County Fair on various individual projects and they all received blue ribbons at the State Fair. Not pictured is Noah Anderson.

RESIDENTS FROM THE PROMISE NEIGHBORHOOD in East St. Cloud work in their community garden funded by a SHIP grant to Sherburne County Health & Human Services. (Submitted photo.)