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by Britt Aamodt Contributing Writer Rose Welch, Otsego, adopted a rescue dog. The pit bull had scars on his head. Clearly, he’d been abused, but he was good-tempered. Then Welch left for a camping trip. “After I came back, he’d changed,” she said. “He wasn’t the same dog.” It’s hard ...Read More
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Mark Netzinger, president and founder of Physical Therapy Consultants, has announced the opening of Zimmerman Physical Therapy. The business features same-day and evening appointments. Zimmerman is Physical Therapy Consultants’ sixth location to open. As a Medicare-certified physical therapy provi...Read More
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  Spectrum Snow Daze royalty, headed by King Ted Cullen and Queen Rachel Goldsmith, both seniors, were presented on Monday. Front, from left: Emily Brueckner (ninth), Alisa Johnson (10th), Laura Aldrich (11th), Goldsmith, Makenzie Anderson (12th), Christina Grasso (12th), Ali Henkemeyer (12th), Sar...Read More
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Union Congregational Church, United Church of Christ in Elk River is marking 140 years of organization Sunday, Feb. 1. The celebration will include a 10 a.m. worship service with the Rev. Richard Scheerer as the guest speaker. Scheerer served as the church’s pastor from 1971 to 1989. The service w...Read More
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• County employee will do as many as possible now that caseload is at 236 by Jim Boyle Editor Licensed child care workers in Sherburne County will begin seeing more of their licensor. Heather Knutsen, who took over all of the licensing for the county in 2009, came to her supervisor, Jodi Heurung, ...Read More
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• History Center bond being paid off six years early by Jim Boyle Editor The Sherburne County Board of Commissioners has approved the transfer of two funds to pay off the 2005 Heritage Center bond. The result of transfers will be about $119,000 savings from projected interest payments over the li...Read More
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