A THREE-CAR GARAGE on Kasota Street conforms to city setback requirements without a variance since the city council voted to vacate an alleyway which runs along the side of the property. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards.)
Construction of a three- car garage on Kasota Street at the intersection with lake Shore Drive may continue without the need for a variance after home owner Arnold Angell agreed to move the front of the building back into line with city setback requirements.
Juvenile crime is an issue in many communities. But most juveniles have no idea what the future implications are when they are charged with a crime.

PEDIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER Leslie Larson works with children at Gillette Children’s Hospital neurotrauma center.
Very few people attended the Concussion Awareness seminar put on by the Big Lake School District Monday evening. 

OLD eMAC COMPUTERS dating back to 1998, await recycling in the hallways. The school district has been replacing them slowly. These few are the last to go. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).
Big Lake students and their parents are gearing up for their return to school in September, while the school district puts a few last minute touches on their buildings.
This article was a joint media release posted on facebook Mon. Aug. 18 from Sherburne County, City of Big Lake and Big Lake School District.

James Patrick Agosto
James Patrick Agosto, age 63 of Monticello, passed away on Friday August 15, 2014 at the University of Minnesota Hospital in Minneapolis.  Visitation  Thursday August 21, 2014 from 4 PM to 8 PM at Peterson-Grimsmo Chapel, 250 East Broadway, Monticello.  Further visitation will be one hour prior to the funeral on Friday.  Funeral services Friday

A THREE-CAR GARAGE on Kasota Street conforms to city setback requirements without a variance since the city council voted to vacate an alleyway which runs along the side of the property. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards.)

PEDIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER Leslie Larson works with children at Gillette Children’s Hospital neurotrauma center.

OLD eMAC COMPUTERS dating back to 1998, await recycling in the hallways. The school district has been replacing them slowly. These few are the last to go. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

James Patrick Agosto

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THE BIG LAKE SPUD FEST MEDALLION HAS BEEN FOUND in the third week of the hunt by John Muir and his grandson’s, Mike and Jimmie and granddaughter Elizabeth Johnson.

Medallion has been found

The Big Lake Spud Fest medallion has been found by long-time Big Laker and retired civics teacher John Muir and his grandchildren, Mike and Jimmy Muir and granddaughter Elizabeth Johnson.

BIG LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL HIGH HONORS STUDENTS were recognized Friday, along with all the students who showed the most improvements in their grades. (Photos by Jennifer Edwards).

BLMS recognizes academic all-stars

Big Lake Middle School recognized their Minnesota Academic All-Stars Friday before school was dismissed for the summer.

THE BLFD SET THE OLD BUILDING ALIGHT, then doused the flames several times to give firefighters experience before finally letting the flames take it. Here Firefighter Novak controls the nozzle of the hose. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

A&W fades away in training blaze

The old A&W building which once stood at the corner of Lakeshore Drive and Hwy. 10 is gone forever, burned up in a training exercise by the Big Lake Fire Dept. Monday evening.

DANCING TO THE MUSIC of the Rockin’ Hollywoods are Audriana, Montana, Eliana and MJ Johnson, who were having fun at the park with Liz Simms. (Photos by Jennifer Edwards).

Hollywoods get park people hopping

The Big Lake Legacy Foundation’s summer concert series Music In The Park is  back at Lakeside Park, kicking off their first week of the season with the Rockin’

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A THREE-CAR GARAGE on Kasota Street conforms to city setback requirements without a variance since the city council voted to vacate an alleyway which runs along the side of the property. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards.)

PEDIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER Leslie Larson works with children at Gillette Children’s Hospital neurotrauma center.

OLD eMAC COMPUTERS dating back to 1998, await recycling in the hallways. The school district has been replacing them slowly. These few are the last to go. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).