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April 7, 2020

First death from COVID-19 reported in Chisago County
The Minnesota Department of Health confirmed on Friday, April 3, 2020, that a Chisago County resident has died from Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). While the County expresses its sympathy to the family and friends for their deeply personal loss, this further reinforces the need to work harder to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Friday, April 3, 2020


County public health available by phone
Chisago County Public Health nursing staff is available by phone Monday through Friday from 9am to 3pm. for COVID-19 health concerns and questions. Call the main Chisago County number 651-257-1300 and listen to the prompts.
Friday, April 3, 2020

Alleged cockfight operation raided April 2 east of North Branch
The Chisago County Sheriff’s Office has released a statement regarding the break-up April 2 of a cockfighting event in Sunrise Township and pursuit of one fleeing suspect.
Friday, April 3, 2020

Giving is contagious!
Taylors Falls, Chisago Lakes High School, Primary and Lakeside opened their entryways for food donations the past week and pictured are staff overseeing drop offs in the Taylors Falls Elementary School lobby.
Friday, April 3, 2020

Arts Coordinator puts her sewing talent to work for fellow employees
Around the world right now, there is a scramble for safety masks for anyone on the front lines of the battle against COVD-19.
Friday, April 3, 2020

Education in the time of coronavirus
As of Monday this week and lasting at least until April 30, Minnesota school districts have moved forward on “distance learning.” 
Friday, April 3, 2020

Amborella House on track, banquet postponed
The annual banquet fundraiser for Amborella House which is normally held this time of year, has been delayed until  September 22.  The postponement is due to covid-19 virus-related precautions.  Watch for event updates. 
Friday, April 3, 2020

North Branch Council talks legislative issues for Water & Light and building permits, inspections
North Branch Council optimistically is setting the stage for a new Water and Light Commission.
Friday, April 3, 2020

Who is the fat guy over there? Lots of ways to help right now
Now that the official order has come down from our Governor, we are all in the same boat.  How do we stay busy?  We, like many of you have been doing puzzles and watching Netflix.
Friday, April 3, 2020

What's better than cake?
I have cake recipes for you, and the recipes come from a Bible cookbook. It is very interesting. In the Old Testament, cake was made different than breads. When Abraham told Sarah to make cakes upon the hearth (Genesis 18:6), he stipulated, “Make ready three measures of fine meal.”
Friday, April 3, 2020

Two more COVID-19 cases emerge in Chisago County
As of Monday this week Chisago County Public Health officials were reporting three confirmed COVID-19 cases. 
Monday, March 30, 2020

Work continues soon on Harris to Pine County freeway stretch
The COVID-19 virus is not slowing roadwork slated by MnDOT for I-35, in the Chisago County area. This coming week (April 1) MnDOT announces there will be a switch near Harris to create one lane of traffic from Harris to the Pine County line, lasting until mid-summer. Workers are using measures to ensure they keep a distance from each other, under guidance of public health directives. 
Monday, March 30, 2020

Chisago County Board holds special meeting staying on top of virus situation
Chisago County Emergency Operations Manager Scott Sellman gave the Chisago County Board an update Wednesday on the county response and operations efforts connected to the covid-19 virus situation.
Friday, March 27, 2020

Community pitching in help and hope
North Branch bus drivers (4.0 Student Services) are pitching- in and bringing bagged meals to a number of disbursement sites in the North Branch District.  Bus distribution is from 3 to 4 p.m. daily.
Friday, March 27, 2020

Operations of govt., democracy being revised, reworked
The number of incidents of confirmed coronavirus in Chisago County grew Friday last week and no doubt will continue to.  The second person ill with covid-19 in this county was announced  March 20, two days after the first case was declared. The two subjects are in their 30s and 40s and neither had any travel history, so Chisago County Public Health Department Administrator Courtney Wehrenberg said officials are assuming these are “community acquired.”
Friday, March 27, 2020

Gravel to be thing of the past; Peterson wins roundabout bid
If you are not a fan of gravel roads-- just hang around for five more years or so and then there will only be 11 miles of gravel left in the county.  Under the five year transportation plan the County Board recently reviewed, County Engineer Joe Triplett explained that the county is doing well on identified projects, but there’s still much to address.
Friday, March 27, 2020

Lindstrom Council to interview seven who seek vacant city council post
The process of filling a vacant seat on the Lindstrom City Council was finalized last week, when council set March 30 and 31 as interview dates for seven people who have filed letters of interest.  The idea is to be prepared to choose an appointee at the April 16 council session.  Member AnnMarie Brink’s last meeting was February, and there are about eight months remaining on the term.  The seat then goes on the November ballot.
Friday, March 27, 2020

Local street has impromptu 'social distancing' parade with spare time
Many folks found themselves with all sorts of spare time with the state-wide shutdown of non-essential businesses and limited gatherings, so one neighborhood in Chisago City got creative.
Friday, March 27, 2020

Chisago City cancels meeting, restricts access to city offices, DMV
At a brief March 17 emergency meeting, Chisago City Council members sat in a circle six feet apart and took several actions to protect the public, city staff and themselves from COVID-19.
Friday, March 27, 2020

North Branch Water & Light grants retirement request for former GM
The former general manager for North Branch Water and Light,  Mark Petsche, was granted an official retirement date of January 31, 2020 in unanimous action by Water and Light Commission members, after a closed session March 17. 
Friday, March 27, 2020

Shafer City Council gets good audit news, future meetings on-hold
Shafer City Council met March 17 for a regular meeting. All members were in attendance with attorney James Monge and engineer Lucas Jones absent.
Friday, March 27, 2020

All County Veterans' Memorial pavers still available as year 15 celebrated
The year 2020 marks 15 years since a group of local veterans had the foresight to envision a lasting tribute to those who serve--the All County Veterans Memorial in Lindstrom.
Friday, March 27, 2020

Click bait? Not here, you can help make masks for SCRMC
What a week.... not going to delve into the negatives of the national problem - there is enough of that everywhere you turn.  I like to focus on the good.  Tell me my head is in the sand and I'm oblivious, I don't care.  For days I followed each and every latest breaking news any outlet would put out.  What did that get me? I'm pretty sure there was the beginning on an ulcer in my stomach and my sleep pattern was non-existent.  When I say that I focus on the good news it doesn't mean I ignore everything, I pay attention to the Governor because his pressers have an impact on all of us.  I read the synopsis of the President's pressers.  But just take a look on the internet and how the headline writers thrive on end-of-the-world headlines, being part of the media I am utterly and thoroughly disgusted.  This situation is as serious as it gets, but instilling fear achieves nothing - but clicks.
Friday, March 27, 2020

If the soup mood hits you
I don’t have to tell you that hopefully, the cold and snow of winter is past. I saved calendars back to 2009 or older, as I like to look back and see what was going on at this time a few years ago, such as high and low temperatures, grandkids sports activities, and in the winter, when it’s ICE OUT, printed with a bold pink marker. Ice fisherman of the north land... heads up! This is how it went... May 2 ‘13, (Can you believe that!) March 18, ‘12, (on March 19, it was 79 degrees and on March 26 it was 37 degrees.) April 12, ‘11, March 30, ‘10 (no snow at all in March) and March 6, ‘09. We’ll see what this year brings.
Friday, March 27, 2020

Chisago County Board holds special meeting staying on top of virus situation
Chisago County Emergency Operations Manager Scott Sellman gave the Chisago County Board an update Wednesday on the county response and operations efforts connected to the covid-19 virus situation.
Thursday, March 26, 2020

Second case of COVID-19 confirmed in Chisago County
As of Thursday night, March 19, local authorities confirmed there has been a COVID-19 diagnosis of a Chisago County resident.
Friday, March 20, 2020


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