Brad A. Braun
A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:30 a.m. on Friday, September 19, 2014 at St. Marcus Catholic Church in Clear Lake for Brad A. Braun, age 61 of Clear Lake who died Monday, September 15, 2014 at home from injuries sustained in a farm accident. Reverend Virgil Helmin will officiate.
RAYMOND CISNEROS scored the only goal for the Big Lake boys soccer team on a corner kick in a 6-1 loss to Monticello Thursday. The Hornets got their first wins of the season earlier this week against Brooklyn Center and Princeton. (details next week.)

PAIGE DOMYAHN at number three singles, had two wins this week. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).
The Big Lake Hornets girls varsity tennis team lost to the Rogers Royals at home Thursday, 6-1, after losing a close away match to the Cambridge-Isanti Bluejackets Tuesday, 4-3. “The girls came close to winning against Cambridge last night,” said Coach Brett Mattson Wednesday morning. 

THE BIG LAKE HORNETS celebrate a win at their relay invitational Saturday. The Hornets took second place overall. (Submitted photo).
The Big Lake Hornets swim and dive team lost a close meet versus the St. Michael-Albertville (STMA) Knights with a final score of 102-81 at home Thursday.  “Some of the highlights of the meet were season best times achieved by many swimmers,” said Head Coach Mary Walsh. 

COLLIN TEIGEN goes wide right after a handoff to score Big Lake’s first touchdown in the first quarter Friday against Buffalo. It gave the Hornets a 7-3 lead. They won, 20-19 for their first win of the season. (Photo by Ken Francis.)
The Big Lake football team won its first game of the season Friday, a thrilling 20-19 nail-biter over Buffalo at home. In a game that had lots of penalties, lots of turnovers and four field goals, the outcome wasn’t decided until the final seconds.

ZACK AND CALEB SMITH enjoyed making and eating their own snacks at the Early Childhood Open House at Liberty School.
The Big Lake School District Early Childhood Center held an open house at Liberty Elementary School Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon.

Brad A. Braun

PAIGE DOMYAHN at number three singles, had two wins this week. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

THE BIG LAKE HORNETS celebrate a win at their relay invitational Saturday. The Hornets took second place overall. (Submitted photo).

COLLIN TEIGEN goes wide right after a handoff to score Big Lake’s first touchdown in the first quarter Friday against Buffalo. It gave the Hornets a 7-3 lead. They won, 20-19 for their first win of the season. (Photo by Ken Francis.)

ZACK AND CALEB SMITH enjoyed making and eating their own snacks at the Early Childhood Open House at Liberty School.

Up to the minute

  • Office Hours: Mon - Thurs: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m./ Fri. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m 

Thurs. Sept. 18

  • 2:30-4:30 p.m. Flu Shot Clinic
  • 3:45 Tennis vs St. Francis at home
  • 5 p.m. Boys Soccer vs Cambridge-Isanti at home
  • 6 p.m. Swim/Dive vs Princeton at home
  • 7 p.m. Girls Soccer at Cambridge-Isanti
  • 7 p.m. Volleyball vs Rogers at home

COLLIN TEIGEN goes wide right after a handoff to score Big Lake’s first touchdown in the first quarter Friday against Buffalo. It gave the Hornets a 7-3 lead. They won, 20-19 for their first win of the season. (Photo by Ken Francis.)

Hornets hold off Bison, 20-19

The Big Lake football team won its first game of the season Friday, a thrilling 20-19 nail-biter over Buffalo at home.

BIG LAKE AMBASSADOR Kailyn Johnson gives blood for the first time while Ambassadors Samantha Moench and Hailey Lahr cheer her on. All the Ambassadors helped with the Big Lake Knight’s of Columbus American Red Cross Blood Drive Monday at Mary of the Visitation Catholic Church. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Blood Drive nearly makes goal

The Knights of Columbus hosted a blood drive for the American Red Cross Monday at Mary of the Visitation Catholic Church Big Lake Campus.

MEMBERS OF THE REFUGE RANGERS 4-H CLUB participated at the State Fair performing a Share The Fun act titled “Worlds Worst 4-H Club”. Members were Evan Schafer, Hannah Anderson, Tyler Zoubek, McKayla Masog, Ally Kangas, Taylor Muehlbauer, and Conner Schafer. Members also won trips at the County Fair on various individual projects and they all received blue ribbons at the State Fair. Not pictured is Noah Anderson.

Fair loving 4-H'ers attend the State Fair

Fifteen year old Laura Simcoe from Elk River has been a part of 4-H for eight years now. She earned three trips to the State Fair in those eight years. 

SHERBURNE COUNTY HISTORY CENTER Executive Director Mike Brubaker, Treasurer Carol Kolbinger, Marion Salzmann, Teresa Warner, Secretary Diane Jacobsen and President Bruce Tyler. Not pictured is Jean Johnson.

History Center gala held at Carousell

The Sherburne County History Center drew a crowd of supporters to the Carousell Works Historic Event Center in Big Lake for their annual Autumn Lights fund rai

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Brad A. Braun

PAIGE DOMYAHN at number three singles, had two wins this week. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

THE BIG LAKE HORNETS celebrate a win at their relay invitational Saturday. The Hornets took second place overall. (Submitted photo).

COLLIN TEIGEN goes wide right after a handoff to score Big Lake’s first touchdown in the first quarter Friday against Buffalo. It gave the Hornets a 7-3 lead. They won, 20-19 for their first win of the season. (Photo by Ken Francis.)