Over the past year, the Big Lake Community Food Shelf [BLCFS] has worked towards updating its website in an effort to keep the community involved and informed of the events and happenings at the food shelf.

Wendy the cockatoo finds her home
WENDY THE COCKATOO FINDS HER WAY HOME says Tom Grossnickle, who had been looking for the bird’s owner ever since she flew into a window at the Monticello Public Works Dept. The 50-year old bird, originally from Australia, flew out an open door as her owners were preparing to move. “They were very pleased to see each other,” said Tom.

A CONSTRUCTION WORKER prepares framing braces during construction on a new home on Truman Drive off Co. Rd. 81. (Photo by Ken Francis.)
If an increase in new home construction is an indicator of an improving economy, then there are positive signs in some areas of Sherbrune County.

Special Education Director Nan Records
The Big Lake Board of Education heard from special education director of the Sherburne Northern  Wright County Special Education Cooperative Nan Records at their meeting last week.  Records said the Big Lake School District had a remarkably clean fiscal compliance report from the state.

VISITORS AT THE VETERANS WILDLIFE Management Area Dedication last Wednesday took a wagon tour of the land, with Welby Smith pointing out areas of the landscpe. (Photos by Ken Francis.)
About 120 people from all over Central Minnesota gathered in a field of prairie grass in Clearwater Twp. last Wednesday evening to commemorate a special event. It was the dedication of the new 604-acre Minne-sota Veterans State Wild-life Management Area (WMA).

KATELIN SAWYER passed away Sept. 7, 2012 in Onamia.
A few weeks ago, Erv Danielowski of Big Lake was mowing the grass next to the Big Lake Fire Hall on Co. Rd. 43, when something in the long grass caught his attention. “It’s amazing I didn’t just run it over,” said Erv. “That’s what I would usually do.”

Wendy the cockatoo finds her home

A CONSTRUCTION WORKER prepares framing braces during construction on a new home on Truman Drive off Co. Rd. 81. (Photo by Ken Francis.)

Special Education Director Nan Records

VISITORS AT THE VETERANS WILDLIFE Management Area Dedication last Wednesday took a wagon tour of the land, with Welby Smith pointing out areas of the landscpe. (Photos by Ken Francis.)

KATELIN SAWYER passed away Sept. 7, 2012 in Onamia.

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BLPD LT. SAM OLSON, pictured here with his daughter, Libby, helped save a Big Lake resident from a house fire in the early hours of Monday morning. (Submitted photo).

Man rescued from house fire in BL

A house fire drew the most attention this week after a neighbor to the north of the home at 731 Lake Shore Drive reported seeing flames coming from the trash can behind the garage in the early ho

THERE WAS AN ACCIDENT involving an empty school bus and a Kia Sorento on Hwy. 10 at the intersection of 172nd Avenue Tuesday morning around 8:45 a.m. The driver of the Kia, Emily Pesta, was taken to North Memorial Hospital via ambulance. The driver of the school bus was unharmed. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Women hurt in car-bus crash Tuesday

A Kia Sorento driven by Emily Pesta, 30, of Big Lake, collided with a Vision Transportation school bus on Hwy. 10 Tuesday morning at the intersection of 172nd Avenue.

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Wendy the cockatoo finds her home

A CONSTRUCTION WORKER prepares framing braces during construction on a new home on Truman Drive off Co. Rd. 81. (Photo by Ken Francis.)

Special Education Director Nan Records

VISITORS AT THE VETERANS WILDLIFE Management Area Dedication last Wednesday took a wagon tour of the land, with Welby Smith pointing out areas of the landscpe. (Photos by Ken Francis.)