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August 2, 2021

North Branch city absorbs utility water employees; utility still pays hourly wages
Back up to a full five members the North Branch Water and Light Commission unanimously cemented the process of moving two former utility water operators with Operating Engineers Local into city public works staff.  They are now city employees. 
Friday, July 30, 2021


Code no longer calls for one-acre 'buildable'
A decades-old policy of requiring at least an acre “buildable’ for a new lot has been reduced by half— and a vote downsizing two sites for septic systems to 4,000 square feet each from 5,000, saw action last week at the County Board.
Friday, July 30, 2021

Another event only possible with volunteers, Center City Days on now
If you are still interested in getting vaccinated, Chisago County has you covered.  On August 2 at the Health and Human Services building in North Branch, the county will hold a shot clinic from 9am to 1pm.  Health and Human Services is located at 6133 402nd Street in North Branch and they do ask that you simply call 651-213-5233 to make an appointment.
Friday, July 30, 2021

Don't let your zucchinis get too big!
Zucchini has become one of my favorite vegetables. Not only is it hardy and fairly easy to grow, it’s so versatile and delicious in so many different recipes.
Friday, July 30, 2021

Wyoming Council gets financial roadmap; more park donations
Some fiscal realities were illustrated in a long term plan done by AEM Financial Solutions LLC that was reviewed at last week’s Wyoming City Council meeting (member Schilling absent.).
Friday, July 30, 2021

Sewer Commission gets closer to final Veolia contract
The expanded scope  for the Veolia contract overseeing the five-city wastewater system in Chisago Lakes could be finalized by next month. Eight of the nine Chisago Lakes Joint Sewage Treatment Commission members went through a draft contract last week with a fine tooth comb and voted their desire to see a final version ready to act on within a few weeks.
Friday, July 30, 2021

Amador Hill Farm accepts award at Farm Fest Aug. 5
The Amador Hill Farm & Orchard, a program of the Women’s Environmental Institute, and quite a small farm by modern day standards, will accept the award August 5 at Farmfest in Redwood Falls. Amador Hill is 25 acres. But— it produces 150 varieties of vegetables, herbs and fruits that are distributed in unique ways.


Thursday, July 29, 2021

Chisago County Fair
The first day of the Chisago County Fair was all about small animals, like this youth we observed in the rabbit competition. The judge was very thorough and the winner wasn’t announced from all the rabbit breeds, for hours.
Thursday, July 29, 2021

Hiland sentenced to eight years in family stabbing
District Judge Catherine Trevino sentenced Tyler Hiland, age 26, to 96 months in St. Cloud State Correctional Facility July 16 for his plea of guilty to felony assault  in the December 2020 stabbing of his mother and father.
  

Friday, July 23, 2021

Is it triathlon time already? The Chisago County Fair has started
Wannigan Days has come and gone.  What a beautiful weekend for the celebration.  We were able to take in most of the celebration and there were people everywhere.  The parade was packed both with people watching and the number of floats.  It did take quite awhile for the parade to make it across the bridge because the parade started at 6pm in St. Croix Falls and we didn’t see our first float until well after 7pm.  Didn’t matter, it was beautiful out and we enjoyed some great food from the Lions and St Joe’s Catholic Church by the Drive-In.
Friday, July 23, 2021

Covid-19 case numbers ramp up
Chisago County is seeing a small spurt in covid-19 prevalence and in the last approximately two weeks there are 29 more people who are counted as covid positives and two more people have died since the first week of July.  Chisago County has 54 deaths attributed to the virus.
Friday, July 23, 2021

Minnesota enters drought warning stage
Chisago County is officially classified as being in an extreme drought state. There are low stream flows in the region with river gauges showing data measurements in the 10th percentile of all data points.  The St. Croix River is measured at St Croix Falls and the term “scrapable” is its description, at flows of less than 2,000 cubic feet per second.
Friday, July 23, 2021

Bike trail funding won for North Branch-Harris segment
The long-hoped for plan to do 2.6 miles of paved  Sunrise Prairie Regional Trail connecting North Branch and Harris, made it through the just-ended legislative special session.  The trail and a basic trailhead near the sheriff’s district office on Hwy 61, Harris, are approved for funding as a 2022 project. 
Friday, July 23, 2021

Vaping store closure appealed, council seats two to Water and Light Commission
The owner of the vaping goods store that North Branch officials shutdown recently for violating terms of licensing asked city council July 13 for another chance. 
Friday, July 23, 2021

Stacy Council meeting briefs...
Stacy City Council met July 13 for a regular meeting.  Jennie Carlson was absent. 
Friday, July 23, 2021

Lindstrom Council ok's pre-development plan for large tract; HOA on its own
Lindstrom City Council wants to see new housing activity so strongly that it voted unanimously last week to spend an estimated $15,000 on preliminary design and interagency networking on the Old Holt Farm site, near Ki-Chi-Saga County Park. The land between Kroon Lake and South Center Lake, on the east side of Olinda Trail, can be made more attractive to a developer with a master plan and an outline for extending services, help for navigating shoreland district rules, for relocating the intersection of Glader and Olinda and more.  City Administrator John Olinger said the number of projects that need to happen to facilitate housing there scares-off developers and the city needs to get involved, especially in applying for grants.
Friday, July 23, 2021

Some lighter fare for the hot temps
If the weather forecast holds up, the day this column comes out, we’re set to start six straight days of temperatures above 90 degrees.
Friday, July 23, 2021

Lakes Area Police get commission approval to structure for code enforcement hours; lobbyist for public safety building sought
Two part time positions on Lakes Area Police Department will be combined to create a fulltime officer for code enforcement detail for Lindstrom and Chisago City. 
Friday, July 23, 2021

Odd-even, watering restrictions in place for North Branch Water & Light customers in response to state alert
Recent calls for statewide water conservation are impacting water providers like North Branch Water & Light. 
Friday, July 23, 2021

Mark your catalytic convertor and avoid costly loss of important vehicle part
The Victory Auto Service & Glass business is host location for a catalytic convertor marking event Saturday July 24. Victory is located a little north of the Wyoming Elementary School, on the other side of Forest Blvd. at 260th. The address is 5428 260th Street, between Fallbrook and Forest Blvd.
Thursday, July 22, 2021

CL High School marching band sports new uniforms
In just a year and a half and in spite of a pandemic, the Chisago Lakes Band Boosters raised enough funds, in conjunction with the Chisago Lakes High School Activities Department, to enable the high school Marching Band to purchase 110 new uniforms for the Marching Wildcats. At a total price of $32,442 the new uniforms include a pair of bib slacks, an overlay jacket, an Aussie hat, and garment bag. The Band Boosters raised a total of $16,500 through various fundraisers and direct contributions. The last time the band purchased new uniforms was in the early ‘90’s.
Friday, July 9, 2021

A homegrown Karl Oskar Days Grand Marshal
This weekend’s 2021 Karl Oskar Days Parade will be led by Grand Marshal David Waldoch.  His many years of public service in local government and general civic activity locally, are the outgrowth of Waldoch’s philosophy that life is to be lived beyond being a bystander.
Friday, July 9, 2021

One acre buildable recommended to be reduced by half
A discussion about allowing outdoor shooting ranges was tabled by the county planning commission members last week,  but they did write a draft ordinance for the codebook replacing the county’s one acre buildable standard. 
Friday, July 9, 2021

Karl Oskar Days finally here!
It’s here... no, not the summer heat - my goodness is it hot... I am talking about Karl Oskar Days.  One of the largest if not the largest celebration of the summer, Karl Oskar Days has something for everybody. Not joking - everybody.
Friday, July 9, 2021

For KO Days, everyone is a Swede!
It’s time to perfect your “välkommen” and “tack så mycket”, Karl Oskar Days is starting this week!
Friday, July 9, 2021

Frozen meals for seniors offered July 15 at Rush City
Catholic Charities offers senior citizens in the Central Minnesota access to additional food support at temporary pop-up sites each month. Healthy frozen meals are packaged in oven- and microwave-safe containers and handed out via a no-contact drive-through. This week, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Thursday,  July 15, meals will be distributed at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 425 S. Frandsen Ave., Rush City.
Wednesday, July 7, 2021


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