Daniel C. Berg
Berg, Daniel C.

James Christopher Anderson
ANDERSON, James Christopher, 81, Clearwater – born: September 28, 1932 in Nelson County, North Dakota (Petersburg) to Gerhardt and Rosella (Tangen) Anderson.  Moved to Finley, N.D. at age 5 and was raised on a farm near Finley for 12 years at attended Finley School.  Korean War Veteran U.S.

Michele Renee (Buss) Jackson
Michele Renee (Buss) Jackson, age 43 of Big Lake, passed away at her home on April 12, 2014.  Visitation will be Wednesday, April 16, 2014, from 5 PM to 8 PM at Peterson-Grimsmo Chapel, 250 East Broadway, Monticello, and also one hour prior to the funeral at the church on Thursday.  A Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, 11 AM, at Riverside

Lois Lucille Broker
Lois Lucille Broker, age 86 of Big Lake, passed away on Friday April 11, 2014 at Park View Care Center of Buffalo.  Visitation will be Monday April 14, 2014 from 10 AM to 11 AM at Saron Lutheran Church, 311 Lake Street South, Big Lake.  The funeral service will follow at 11 AM.  Rev.

EIGHTH GRADER ELI FLICKER took fourth place in the state level of the National Geographic Geography Bee held at St. Cloud State University last week. Eli and his brother, Jack, are the only two students from Big Lake to make it into the top 10 round of the state contest. (Submitted photo).
Big Lake Middle School student Eli Flicker won the Big Lake Middle School National Geographic Geography Bee and went on to compete at the state competition at St. Cloud State University, April 4, where he took fourth place.

Doug Stucki, Volunteer of the Year with Refuge Manager, Steve Karel. (Submitted photo.)
Doug Stucki, St. Cloud, was named Volunteer of the Year for Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge by Manager Steve Karel at an awards dinner held at Jack & Jim’s Event Center in Duelm March 13.  Stucki has been a refuge volunteer since 1997, and in the last year donated 232 hours.

Daniel C. Berg

James Christopher Anderson

Michele Renee (Buss) Jackson

Lois Lucille Broker

EIGHTH GRADER ELI FLICKER took fourth place in the state level of the National Geographic Geography Bee held at St. Cloud State University last week. Eli and his brother, Jack, are the only two students from Big Lake to make it into the top 10 round of the state contest. (Submitted photo).

Doug Stucki, Volunteer of the Year with Refuge Manager, Steve Karel. (Submitted photo.)

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  • Due to current and forecasted weather conditions, all after-school activities for Big Lake Schools have been cancelled. 

     

    This includes Community Education classes and the academic awards banquet. The academic awards banquet has been rescheduled for next Wednesday, April 23 at 6:30 p.m.

     

    Kids Club will continue to operate on its normal schedule. 


TOM BERRY (M), one of the numerous recipients of the caregiving services of the Great River Area Faith In Action (GRAFIA) organization is now a volunteer for the Living Well at Home program that aims to keep the elderly in their homes and communities as opposed to an assisted living home. Pictured above with Berry are caseworkers Heather VanCleave (L) and Lori Lestina who are holding up a few of the silent auction items to be sold at next week’s gala. (Photo by Bill Morgan).

FIA Valetine's gala to benefit the elderly

The Great River Area Faith in Action organization (GRAFIA) will be holding their seventh annual Valentine’s gala at River City Extreme in Monticello next Thursday, Feb. 13.

A FUNDRAISER silent auction at the Pinto association banquet featured a wide range of momentos, including two beautiful pieces of art - of course - Pinto horses.

Big Lake rider, horse honored at Pinto Convention

Their love of horses brought them together again - as members  observed the 2013 awards banquet of their Minnesota Pinto Horse Association in Monticello on a recent  Saturday evening.

BIG LAKE GIRL SCOUTS FROM TROOP 39 held their annual winter party at Lions Park inn Big Lake Township. The girls had lots of fun and donated 23 birthday bags to the Big Lake Food Shelf. (Submitted photo).

Girl Scouts assemble 23 birthday bags

Big  Lake Girl Scouts from Troop 39 enjoyed their annual winter party and put together 23 birthday bags to donate to the Big Lake Food Shelf last Saturday at Lion’s Park.

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Daniel C. Berg

James Christopher Anderson

Michele Renee (Buss) Jackson

Lois Lucille Broker

EIGHTH GRADER ELI FLICKER took fourth place in the state level of the National Geographic Geography Bee held at St. Cloud State University last week. Eli and his brother, Jack, are the only two students from Big Lake to make it into the top 10 round of the state contest. (Submitted photo).