Travis J. Doering
Funeral services was held Wed., April 16, 2014 at Resurrection Lutheran Church in St. Joseph for Travis J. Doering, age 40, of Las Vegas and formerly of St. Joseph, who passed away Tues., April 8, 2014 in Las Vegas. Reverend Linda Lagergren officiated. Interment will take place at a later date.

BABY LIAM SCHUMACHER and marathon runner Amy Visci who returns to Boston this year to support Team Liam. (Submitted photo).
Last year Big Lake runner Amy Visci was in Boston, preparing to run the famous marathon, when she got some sad news from home. Baby Liam Schumacher, son of Lance and Jennifer Schumacher, sadly passed away in the arms of his loving family April 14, 2013.

WATERSHED EVENT. Sherburne SWCD Watershed Coordinator Tiffany Determan will host the third-annual Mississippi Watershed Event Thursday, April 24 from 4-7 p.m. in the Monticello Community Center at 505 Walnut St. SWCD staff and experts from state and federal agencies will be on hand to discuss lake and stream renovation projects, and refreshments will be served. (David Hannula photo.)
The Sherburne Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) will host the third-annual Missis-sippi River Watershed Event Thurs., April 24 from 4-7 p.m. at the Monticello Community Center, according to Watershed Coordinator Tiffany Determan. 

PAPER TRAIL. Newspapers, tax records, plat books and dozens of other books and printed items in the collection at the Sherburne History Center were highlighted during the "Day at the Museum" tour at the facility last Saturday. One day, the newspapers shown here and many others will be available on a computer screen, SHC officials said, making family historical research a much more convenient process. (David Hannula photo.)
A small but enthusiastic group turned out for the “Day at the Museum” program at the Sherburne History Center last Saturday morning, where they enjoyed free popcorn and beverages while watching a screening of the hit comedy “Night at the Museum”, which features Ben Stiller and Robin Williams in a museum that comes alive at night.

OUTSTANDING FORESTRY AWARD. Sherburne SWCD Conservationist Gina Hugo received this Minnesota Community Forestry Award in March for her work in five urban communities in the previous year. (David Hannula photos.)

POSING FOR A PICTURE WITH THE EASTER BUNNY are Johnny, Olivia, Joe and Jacob O’Brien. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).
The Big Lake Women of Today annual Easter Egg Hunt drew a crowd of well over 1,000 people to Lakeside Park Saturday.  Around 440 children  from babies to 12-year olds, took part in the event, gathering up 13,000 eggs stuffed with candy in record time.

Travis J. Doering

BABY LIAM SCHUMACHER and marathon runner Amy Visci who returns to Boston this year to support Team Liam. (Submitted photo).

WATERSHED EVENT. Sherburne SWCD Watershed Coordinator Tiffany Determan will host the third-annual Mississippi Watershed Event Thursday, April 24 from 4-7 p.m. in the Monticello Community Center at 505 Walnut St. SWCD staff and experts from state and federal agencies will be on hand to discuss lake and stream renovation projects, and refreshments will be served. (David Hannula photo.)

PAPER TRAIL. Newspapers, tax records, plat books and dozens of other books and printed items in the collection at the Sherburne History Center were highlighted during the "Day at the Museum" tour at the facility last Saturday. One day, the newspapers shown here and many others will be available on a computer screen, SHC officials said, making family historical research a much more convenient process. (David Hannula photo.)

OUTSTANDING FORESTRY AWARD. Sherburne SWCD Conservationist Gina Hugo received this Minnesota Community Forestry Award in March for her work in five urban communities in the previous year. (David Hannula photos.)

POSING FOR A PICTURE WITH THE EASTER BUNNY are Johnny, Olivia, Joe and Jacob O’Brien. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

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MEMBERS OF THE Sherburne County Substance Use Prevention Coalition during the March meeting. (From left) Angela Folch, Student Leadership; Roxanne Schreder, Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office; Brad Rekstad, National Guard Counter Drug Task Force; Nathan Sindt, Regional Prevention Coordinator; Dan Bradley, Sherburne County Probation; Francine Kosse, Fairview Recovery Services; Judy Johnson, Elk River School District; Mark Lees, Sherburne County HHS; Molly Hanson, YMCA; Darrell Skog, Spectrum High School; Jennifer Pim, Sherburne County Attorney’s Office; Mark Kolbinger, Becker High School. (Photo by Ken Francis.)

Coalition working to prevent substance use

The use of alcohol and drugs has become a big concern in recent years, and members of different community organizations in Sherburne County are banding togethe

MUDDLED UP FAIRY TALES caused havoc when Little Red Writing Hood began changing the endings to well-known fairy tales. This play was written and performed by Laura Meyers fourth grade students at Liberty School. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Liberty thespians tell story their way

Once upon a time, fourth graders in Laura Meyers class at Liberty School in Big Lake decided to write and perform their own play.

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Travis J. Doering

BABY LIAM SCHUMACHER and marathon runner Amy Visci who returns to Boston this year to support Team Liam. (Submitted photo).

WATERSHED EVENT. Sherburne SWCD Watershed Coordinator Tiffany Determan will host the third-annual Mississippi Watershed Event Thursday, April 24 from 4-7 p.m. in the Monticello Community Center at 505 Walnut St. SWCD staff and experts from state and federal agencies will be on hand to discuss lake and stream renovation projects, and refreshments will be served. (David Hannula photo.)

PAPER TRAIL. Newspapers, tax records, plat books and dozens of other books and printed items in the collection at the Sherburne History Center were highlighted during the "Day at the Museum" tour at the facility last Saturday. One day, the newspapers shown here and many others will be available on a computer screen, SHC officials said, making family historical research a much more convenient process. (David Hannula photo.)

OUTSTANDING FORESTRY AWARD. Sherburne SWCD Conservationist Gina Hugo received this Minnesota Community Forestry Award in March for her work in five urban communities in the previous year. (David Hannula photos.)