Car fire at tribune building
Car fire in the Tribune Building parking lot - owner Nathan Klempke works for GRSS. 

New Superintendent Steve Westerberg

Marcella A. Schill
Marcella A. Schill, 94 St. Augusta October 21, 1920 – March 2, 2015                                                                                                                                          

FIGHTING DESTRUCTIVE INSECTS. State plant health specialists Angie Ambourn, center, and Jennifer Dippel took part in a presentation on the emerald ash borer (EAB) in Elk River Monday morning. The state is partnering with the Sherburne Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) in an effort to slow the spread of the insects, which include a survey in which volunteers look for increased woodpecker activity and other natural signs that could indicate an EAB infestation. (Photos by David Hannula)
Thirty nine volunteers attended a program at the Elk River City Hall Tuesday morning to learn basic techniques for uncovering the presence of emerald ash borer larvae, in particular increased woodpecker activity in ash trees in the early spring.

JODI AND BEN BROWN volunteered to man the Minnesota Grown booth at the state fair last year.
Big Lakers have a new option for purchasing locally grown, fresh vegetables all summer long without having to run to the market. Ben and Jodi Brown of Big Lake are offering community supported agricultural (CSA) shares for sale in the market garden this year.

SHERBURNE COUNTY BIRTHDAY.
The staff at the Sherburne History Center in Becker served cake and lemonade to help celebrate Sherburne County's 159th Birthday last Saturday with a day-long program that included games and crafts. (Photos by David Hannula)

Car fire at tribune building

New Superintendent Steve Westerberg

Marcella A. Schill

FIGHTING DESTRUCTIVE INSECTS. State plant health specialists Angie Ambourn, center, and Jennifer Dippel took part in a presentation on the emerald ash borer (EAB) in Elk River Monday morning. The state is partnering with the Sherburne Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) in an effort to slow the spread of the insects, which include a survey in which volunteers look for increased woodpecker activity and other natural signs that could indicate an EAB infestation. (Photos by David Hannula)

JODI AND BEN BROWN volunteered to man the Minnesota Grown booth at the state fair last year.

SHERBURNE COUNTY BIRTHDAY.

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Car fire at tribune building

New Superintendent Steve Westerberg

Marcella A. Schill

FIGHTING DESTRUCTIVE INSECTS. State plant health specialists Angie Ambourn, center, and Jennifer Dippel took part in a presentation on the emerald ash borer (EAB) in Elk River Monday morning. The state is partnering with the Sherburne Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) in an effort to slow the spread of the insects, which include a survey in which volunteers look for increased woodpecker activity and other natural signs that could indicate an EAB infestation. (Photos by David Hannula)

JODI AND BEN BROWN volunteered to man the Minnesota Grown booth at the state fair last year.