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The city located on the west shore of Lake Minnewaska, at the junction of Highways 28, 29 and 114. It is 130 miles northwest of the Twin Cities. With an economic development board assisting new businesses in getting started, Starbuck has been gaining in population since 1995.
A municipal airport, Minnewaska District Hospital, Minnewaska Area High School, supporting students from Starbuck, Glenwood, Lowry and Villard enrolled in this joint-effort facility.



Gladys Ness Brang Foundation grant donations total $47,658

On May 17 the Personal Trustees of the Gladys Ness Brang Foundation met to consider grant applications. A total dollar amount of $ 47,658 was approved for the projects and scholarships listed below.  read entire story. . . .

Residents learn about identifying drug houses

Do you know the signs of a drug house? What a dispatcher does? Residents of Starbuck learned both last Wednesday during a neighborhood crime watch meeting.  read entire story. . . .

Bay Meadows Open House coming up May 28 and 29

Imagine living in Starbuck.  Imagine living within walking distance to the beach on Lake Minnewaska.  read entire story. . . .

HRA/EDA approves mill and overlay project for Meadow Lane

The Pope County Housing and Redevelopment Authority with Economic Development powers (HRA/EDA) approved hiring Riley Brothers Construction to complete mill and overlay work on Meadow Lane near the Bay Meadows Townhomes in Starbuck.  read entire story. . . .

School projects heating up for summer

The school year may be drawing to a close, but the projects are heating up at Minnewaska Area Schools.  read entire story. . . .

County approves right-of-way plat for South Lakeshore Drive

Landowners on South Lakeshore Drive may soon hear from the county. The Pope County Board of Commissioners approved the right-of-way plat last Tuesday. County Engineer Brian Giese said the purpose of this plat is to define each parcel along the plat.  read entire story. . . .

 
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