Monthly Archives: November 2010

District 194 projected to face $15.8 million in budget adjustments

Officials at the Lakeville school district are projecting a $15.8 million shortfall for the next two years. The general theme of the discussions at the school board’s study session tonight, Tuesday, Nov. 30, centered on the idea of a “new … Continue reading

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Emmer picks up three votes in Sherburne recount

Republican Tom Emmer picked up three votes in Sherburne County as a result of the gubernatorial recount.

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Housing issue in state must be addressed

During this holiday season, more attention is focused on people who are struggling with just living and finding shelter. One group, often hidden in the suburban counties is the homeless, particularly homeless families with children.

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Writers comment on Castlewood, fishing

Local writers covered the topics of a well-run Castlewood Golf Course in Forest Lake and the success of a fishing program for seniors in Chisago County, For those opinions and more, please read on.

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‘Home brew’ became a true art!

Ever since history has been recorded, and probably even since man has been around, there has been a search to invent something to replace the almost non-tasting fluid that is called water. I imagine the caveman found that if the … Continue reading

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Schools are wise to survey students

Forest Lake area 6th, 9th and 12th graders were among the thousands of Minnesota students whose opinions and experiences were shared last week by the Minnesota Department of Education.   Some schools wisely survey youngsters every year to help assess … Continue reading

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It takes work to find work today

Ready for the job you want? Whether you are unemployed or not, how do you get the ideal job? Your first task is to develop a focus on what kind of work you are passionate and enthusiastic about. In what … Continue reading

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Birth Announcements Week of Dec. 2

Birth announcements as released by families and hospitals and published in the Forest Lake Times on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010.

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James R. Boyes

James Roger Boyes, 80, Forest Lake, formerly of Tamarack and McGregor, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010, at the University of Minnesota Medical Center, Minneapolis. He served in the Army during the Korean War in 1952 and 1953. A celebration of … Continue reading

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Donald L. Hathaway

Donald L. Hathaway, 79, Forest Lake, died Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010. A funeral service was Monday, Nov. 29 at Hosanna Lutheran Church, Forest Lake, with interment at Scandinavian Cemetery, Forest Lake. He is survived by his wife of 36 years, … Continue reading

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