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Sunday, March 26, 2017
AnnMarie Brink - US Bank

The Chisago County Board held a special session March 15 and voted 4-0 with Lora Walker absent, to authorize a permit for a new cemetery that had been denied 3-2 in December 2016.  The two earlier yes votes were from Ben Montzka and Mike Robinson.

CLHS proudly announces it's annual variety show March 23, 24, and 25th. Performances are at 7:00 pm each evening in the CLHS Performing Arts Center. This year's theme is "Through the Decades"...Please remember the community meals on Mondays at Zion are back on!!!...We are in dire need of socks and underwear for the homeless, if you can please drop your donations off at the Press...Look in this weekend's edition of the Search Shopper - For a limited time, we are giving FREE want ads! Ads must be limited to 15 words and may not be for items over $750. Ads can not be for commercial such as home businesses, collectors, firewood etc.... take advantage today! Call 651-257-5115 to subscribe to the Chisago County Press or to advertise your business!

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Much-debated project is a 'go'

Lindstrom City Council, minus Mayor Keith Carlson, had just enough votes to finalize an agreement last week with Chisago Lake Township on a contentious road improvement and trail project,  involving 288th and Lakelawn Drive. 

• Status quo followed at Chisago Lake Township annual meeting
• Lent Town hall meeting contentious at times, proposed budget changes
• A trip to Mexico was a breeze; you are all invited to 'Caring for Creation' March 27
• Freeway crash victim identified by state patrol


Chisago Lakes fencers excel at state and national tournaments

Chisago Lakes High School juniors Alec Cull and Fred Thibodeau put on a lot of miles and achieved some significant results over three consecutive weekends between February 11 and February 25.  Both Cull and Thibodeau competed at the Fargo-Moorhead High School Fencing Invitational February 11 and the USFA Open tournament February 12. The following week, Thibodeau traveled to Kansas City to compete at the U.S. Junior Olympic Fencing Championships. And both fencers competed at the Minnesota High School State Fencing Championships February 25.

• Boys fall short in section championship
• Wildcats playing for second straight state tourney campaign
• Chisago Lakes finds new AD in Hayley Lang
• Ertl finishes ninth in all-around, Olson and Fish gain valuable experience


Florence Poulsen

Florence A. Poulsen entered this temporary stage called life on July 6, 1930; born from the union of Rose Daschner and Paul Denn who were married on September 4, 1916.  Florence entered her Permanent Theatre with ABBA on March 13, 2017, where she has joined her daughter, Cindy A. Travnick, her older brother, Clifford P. Denn and her sister, Gertrude Grommesch.  She spent the last remaining months of her life living in the home of her son, Curtis Travnick, and his wife, Linda and their children, in Lindstrom.

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Supt. taking bond info to public officials

The Superintendent for Chisago Lakes Schools has been attending local governmental meetings sharing details about the May bond referendum.  Supt. Joe Thimm has also been involved in evening public information sessions at Taylors Falls and the High School that were held this week.  April 4 at 6:30 p.m. he will front a public information meeting on the bond details, at Lakeside School.

• Referendum meeting information set; lacrosse to be a varsity sport in 2018
• North Branch energy rehab projects moving right along, school board is advised
• Special Ed funding shortfall, lost enrollment creating red ink

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