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Elected Officials Get 1% Pay Hike For ‘14

In a 4-0 vote Tuesday,  the Sherburne County Board approved a one-percent salary increase for the county’s elected officials. “The four administrative elected officials asked me to speak for their joint request,...


Long Serving Township Colleagues Honored

Three public servants were recognized for their years of service at Monday’s Becker Twp. meeting.  One award was given posthumously, one to an attendee present and the other to an honoree who was unable to be pr...


Final Budget And Levy Passes In 3 2 Vote

Treasurer Corey Boyer had a busy evening at Tuesday’s Becker City Council meeting as he discussed the levy and budget, reserve funds and reassessment of properties. Dozens fo Becker High School students were o...


Middle School Showcases Talents

Song and dance, vocal and instrumental solos, comedy and magic were among the talents on display at the annual Becker Middle School holiday talent show Friday morning in the high school gymnasium. Santa hats and...


C.L. Township Zips Through Meeting, Approves Variances

In an unexpected, short meeting Tuesday, the Clear Lake Township Board tackled roads, a property purchase, two variance requests and a tree problem in under 20 minutes. Road Report   Twp. Engineer Terrance Vande...


Take A Holiday Stroll And Shop Local

Sometimes last-minute shopping is just about the last thing you want to do this time of year, mainly because of the crowds, the travel time and the chaos. Even if the crowds don’t bother you, finding parking or ...


Christmas Dinner Planned In Becker

The 2nd Annual Christmas Dinner will be held on Christmas Day in the banquet hall at Gily’s Bar and Grill from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and is being provided free of charge by the Becker Community Holiday Fund, a non-...


County Changing Economic Development Strategies

Sherburne County is revamping its economic development staff to best utilize in-house resources.   At the last county board meeting, the commissioners voted to add economic development responsibilities to Dan We...


Sherburne County

Because of the Federal Taxpayer Relief Act passed in January, the University of Minnesota Extension Office will see dramatic cuts in staff in 2014.  The bill, also known as the “Fiscal Cliff” legislation, result...


Refinancing Ideas On Palmer Agenda

A discussion of potential ways to reduce interest on bond payments was the main item of discussion at the regular meeting of the Palmer Town Board Monday night.  The board also agreed on a procedure to continue ...


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