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Council addresses property issues

SHERBURN — The Sherburn City Council met Monday evening, June 17. City property inspector, Harry Jenness, reported on some properties that need demolition or repair of ordinance violations. Several property owners were not available and gave no reply to his communication. Some properties were ...

Salad luncheon Wednesday at Trinity Lutheran

TRUMAN — The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) reminds the public that state law prohibits placement of private signs of any kind (i.e., political, lost pet, garage sale and other advertising signage) on highway right-of-way including driving lanes, inside and outside shoulders, ...

Lumber yard in Sherburn under new ownership

SHERBURN — The Sherburn Library has summer storytimes at 3:30 p.m. Thursdays in June and July. The library also has Boredom Busters at 2:30 p.m. every Tuesday in June. There is a Farmer’s Market from 2:30-5:30 p.m. on Fridays at Anderson Park in Trimont. Follow detour signs since Highway 4 ...

Public welcome to see, support cemetery

FAIRMONT— Lakeside Cemetery in Fairmont is gearing up for its annual picnic, which will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 22. This year more than ever the Lakeside Cemetery Association would like the public to come out, see the grounds and show its support of the 150 years plus ...

Kennel expands its footprint

FAIRMONT — Bed and Biscuits, a boarding kennel in Fairmont, just expanded by adding 21 kennels. The operation, managed by Britney Kawecki, can now house upwards of 100 animals. The kennel, located at 1041 Marcus St., opened in May 2021 for 24 kennels. At the time of opening the business, ...

Sodersten hosts lakeside yoga

FAIRMONT — Talk about taking advantage of relaxation in the city of lakes. Fairmont resident and Fairmont High School social studies teacher Josie Sodersten is coordinating and hosting lake-side yoga classes at the Chain of Lakes Yacht Club on Fridays as the summer season progresses. ...