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).
Two Bear Scouts, one Wolf Scout and two Tiger Scouts came to visit the office of the West Sherburne Tribune Monday evening. They like cleaning the can cage, playing tag at Lion’s Park and making Pinewood Derby cars. They are looking forward to learning how to make fires, cooking in the wilderness and camping out.
Changes to child and vulnerable adult protection standards are having a big impact on Sherburne County Health and Human Services (HHS).

SUPERHEROES: WITH GREAT POWER COMES ORDINARY RESPONSIBILITY is the BLHS one-act play this year. Cast and crew includes faculty advisor Ryan Purdy, Shiloh Zoccoli, Baylee Jacobs, Laicole Dobie, Emily Hanson, Autumn Clyde, Justina Zou, Jamie Schwartz, Rick Holbrook, Karissa Bechtold, Alexander Hugh Prom, Hannah Schoening, Heather Yanta, Emma Thompson, Jessica Stenberg, Kaylee Wagner, Aliyah Agyekum, Savannah Mitchell, John Freund, Zarae Jackson, and Aaron Matushenko. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).
Big Lake High School students are competing with other schools in the area in the fine arts one-act play competition. Last week the students presented their family and friends performance of the play  Superheroes: With Great Power Comes Ordinary Responsibility.

CITY LEADERSHIP. Maddie Zinken will represent the BLHS Student Council as liaison to the Big Lake City Council. She will also represent Big Lake and the Big Lake Ambassador Program at the Aquatennial in Minneapolis as one of 42 contestants with a shot at being named Queen of the Lakes. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).
Big Lake’s City Council is concerned about the upcoming generation of leaders in the city and has been making efforts to get the young people of Big Lake more involved and more interested in managing the community they live in.

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).
The Big Lake City Council met Wednesday and heard from County  Attorney Kathleen Heaney. Heaney, who represents the city in petty misdemeanors and misdemeanors.  Heaney reported a total of $29,899 in fines paid by Big Lakers last year, of which a little more than half is returned to swell city coffers.

HISTORIC FIND. SCSU graduate student Jeff Williams is shown with copies of the Red Wing Republican Eagle newspaper that detail a week's worth of the fighting on Iwo Jima in 1945. Williams said he found the historic treasure at a rummage sale and paid $20 for the five newspapers. (Photos by David Hannula.)
The most ferocious battle in the Pacific theatre in WW II was fought on the volcanic island of Iwo Jima, the first of the Japanese “Home Islands” to be invaded by U.S. Marines in the campaign leading to the planned invasion of Japan.

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).

SUPERHEROES: WITH GREAT POWER COMES ORDINARY RESPONSIBILITY is the BLHS one-act play this year. Cast and crew includes faculty advisor Ryan Purdy, Shiloh Zoccoli, Baylee Jacobs, Laicole Dobie, Emily Hanson, Autumn Clyde, Justina Zou, Jamie Schwartz, Rick Holbrook, Karissa Bechtold, Alexander Hugh Prom, Hannah Schoening, Heather Yanta, Emma Thompson, Jessica Stenberg, Kaylee Wagner, Aliyah Agyekum, Savannah Mitchell, John Freund, Zarae Jackson, and Aaron Matushenko. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

CITY LEADERSHIP. Maddie Zinken will represent the BLHS Student Council as liaison to the Big Lake City Council. She will also represent Big Lake and the Big Lake Ambassador Program at the Aquatennial in Minneapolis as one of 42 contestants with a shot at being named Queen of the Lakes. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

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).

HISTORIC FIND. SCSU graduate student Jeff Williams is shown with copies of the Red Wing Republican Eagle newspaper that detail a week's worth of the fighting on Iwo Jima in 1945. Williams said he found the historic treasure at a rummage sale and paid $20 for the five newspapers. (Photos by David Hannula.)

Up to the minute

  • Office Hours: Mon - Thurs: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m./ Fri. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m 
Fri. Jan. 30:
  • Sno Daze Kick Off at High School
  • 7:15 p.m. Boys Basketball at Cambridge Isanti
  • 7:15 p.m. Girls Basketball vs Cambridge at home
  • 7:30 p.m. Boys Hockey at Legacy Christian Academy

Sat. Jan. 31:

  • 9 a.m. Knowledge Bowl at Elk River
  • 11 a.m. Dance Team Competitive Sections

Have a Great Super Bowl Weekend!


THE STRUFFERT FAMILY of Big Lake has dedicated their lives to law enforecment. Six members of Pat and Vernon Struffert family are peace and safety officers. Family members are (front row, left to right) Sheryl (Struffert) Beier, Pat Struffert, Amy (Struffert) Skerry. Middle row (left to right) are Andrew Struffert, Courtney Struffert, Kathy Struffert, Mark Skerry and Wendy (Johnson) Struffert. Back row (left to right) are Dale Struffert and Brian Struffert. Andrew and Courtney are married. Dale and Kathy are married. Brian and Wendy are married and Mark and Amy are married.

All in the family - Cops, that is

Pat Struffert grew up in Oak Grove and graduated from high school in Foley in 1963.

(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.

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E-Editions


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

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Volume 35, Number 50, Saturday June 14, 2014

Special Sections


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

2014-15 WST Community Guide

2014 Clearwater & Clear Lake Communities Guide

Spring Guide 2014

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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).

SUPERHEROES: WITH GREAT POWER COMES ORDINARY RESPONSIBILITY is the BLHS one-act play this year. Cast and crew includes faculty advisor Ryan Purdy, Shiloh Zoccoli, Baylee Jacobs, Laicole Dobie, Emily Hanson, Autumn Clyde, Justina Zou, Jamie Schwartz, Rick Holbrook, Karissa Bechtold, Alexander Hugh Prom, Hannah Schoening, Heather Yanta, Emma Thompson, Jessica Stenberg, Kaylee Wagner, Aliyah Agyekum, Savannah Mitchell, John Freund, Zarae Jackson, and Aaron Matushenko. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

CITY LEADERSHIP. Maddie Zinken will represent the BLHS Student Council as liaison to the Big Lake City Council. She will also represent Big Lake and the Big Lake Ambassador Program at the Aquatennial in Minneapolis as one of 42 contestants with a shot at being named Queen of the Lakes. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

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).