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MAX LOFGREN, getting fitted for a bike helmet by Scott Barta, told his mom Alisha the Bike Rodeo was “...the best place in the whole world.”

Bike rodeo brings out young riders

Saturday morning was the second annual Big lake Bike Rodeo, sponsored by Big Lake Community Education, the Big Lake Lions, KleinBank and the Big Lake Police De

AMONG THOSE IN ATTENDANCE at Big Lake’s prayer breakfast Thursday were (from the left), Ruth Reynolds, Marcie Pullar, Pastor Bob Pullar, Interim Supt. Crystal Thorson from Big Lake School District, Mayor Raeanne Danielowski, Chief of Police Joel Scharf and City Clerk Gina Wolbeck.

40 turn tour for prayer breakfast

About 40 people showed up to pray for Big Lake at the prayer breakfast hosted by Big Lake pastors and clergy at the Carousell Works to coincide with the National Day of Prayer.

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MAX LOFGREN, getting fitted for a bike helmet by Scott Barta, told his mom Alisha the Bike Rodeo was “...the best place in the whole world.”

LIBERTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL THIRD GRADERS made the audience shiver and shudder Tuesday night with Squirm!, their musical about creepy crawlie creatures. The production had lots of choreography with the singing as well as speaking roles and percussionists. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Kara Zoller, Health Promotions Supervisor