Phyllis G. Monson
Phyllis G. Monson, 85 of Carmel, IN formerly of Big Lake, MN, passed away August 17, 2014. 

THE TEEN BAND PLATYPUS will perform at the Big Lake Chamber of Commerce annual Block Party at McPete’s Sept. 6.
Upcoming events in Big Lake this week include the high school and middle school open house Wednesday from 5:30-8 p.m. Thursday sees the last Music in the Park concert for the summer with the band Brat Pack Radio wrapping things up. 

NO LEFT TURNS ALLOWED exiting from Big Lake High School property onto Eagle Lake Road when school starts up in September. The new rule is to alleviate congestion and and is part of the county plan which changed traffic lane configurations. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).
Concerns about the safety of cyclists and pedestrians has led to them being banned from Co. Rd. 5 in Big Lake. Also known as Eagle Lake Road, Co. Rd. 5 is a major thoroughfare for traffic in the city of Big Lake. 

Pictured from left to right are scholarship winners Jordyn Edling, Madi VanHorsen, and Breanna Cornwell volunteering to sell ducks for Monticello’s Riverfest celebration. (Submitted photo.)
CentraCare Health – Monticello’s Auxiliary provided three college scholarships to local high school graduates interested in pursuing careers in the health care industry.
Shae Wallin (Big Lake class of 2004) recently received her direct commission as a 1st lieutenant in the Minnesota National Guard. She becomes part of the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps. 

Steve Pareja, MHD
Steve Pareja, MHA, joined CentraCare Health – Monticello as Division Director of Clinical Services.

Phyllis G. Monson

THE TEEN BAND PLATYPUS will perform at the Big Lake Chamber of Commerce annual Block Party at McPete’s Sept. 6.

NO LEFT TURNS ALLOWED exiting from Big Lake High School property onto Eagle Lake Road when school starts up in September. The new rule is to alleviate congestion and and is part of the county plan which changed traffic lane configurations. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Pictured from left to right are scholarship winners Jordyn Edling, Madi VanHorsen, and Breanna Cornwell volunteering to sell ducks for Monticello’s Riverfest celebration. (Submitted photo.)

Steve Pareja, MHD

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  • 4 p.m. Swim/Dive Inv @ Mound Westonka H.S.
  • 7 p.m. Boys Soccer @ Delano Soccer Complex
  • 7 p.m. Volleyball vs Sauk Rapids at home

ADMINISTRATOR STEVE TAYLOR (left), IT Director Brian Kamman and Assessor Dan Weber discussing the broadband survey. (Photo by Ken Francis.)

County looking to expand broadband

As a way to encourage economic development and help businesses stay competitive, Sherburne County is looking to expand high-speed Internet infrastructure throughout the county. 

THE BLHS CLASS OF 1954 celebrated their 60th high school reunion this week at Russell’s On The Lake. Pictured from the left are Dennis Swanson, Arnelda Hesley Alexander, LaVonne Jensen Olson, David Stern, Donna Sigmund Artman, Jerry Johnson, Dorothy Bolin Hill, Art Moran, Leonard “Spud” Nolan and Dan Leighton. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

BLHS Class of 54 holds 60th reunion

The Big Lake High School Class of 1954 held their 60th class reunion at Russell’s in Big Lake Wednesday.

WE CAN BE THE CHANGE volunteers from Saron Lutheran Church Chance Ottinger, Gayle Ahrens, Vera Habeger and Tom Stich pause for a picture after completing their projects. (Submitted photo).

Saron people can be the change

The people of Saron Lutheran Church in Big Lake are rising to the challenge of making a positive change in the Big Lake community by volunteering to tackle mor

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Phyllis G. Monson

THE TEEN BAND PLATYPUS will perform at the Big Lake Chamber of Commerce annual Block Party at McPete’s Sept. 6.

NO LEFT TURNS ALLOWED exiting from Big Lake High School property onto Eagle Lake Road when school starts up in September. The new rule is to alleviate congestion and and is part of the county plan which changed traffic lane configurations. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Pictured from left to right are scholarship winners Jordyn Edling, Madi VanHorsen, and Breanna Cornwell volunteering to sell ducks for Monticello’s Riverfest celebration. (Submitted photo.)