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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.



GHES board assigns roles

The Glacial Hills Elementary School Board selected board roles last Tuesday. Anja Carlson will remain the board chair, Nathan Metz will continue as the treasurer, and new board member Mike Swanson will be the secretary.  read entire story. . . .

Starbuck Council approves  temporary patio area at VFW

Residents of Starbuck may soon get the option to enjoy food and drinks outside at the Starbuck VFW. The Starbuck City Council approved a request to allow a temporary patio area outside the Starbuck VFW at its meeting last Tuesday.  read entire story. . . .

Lowry wrapping up sewer line televising

A final letter will be sent out to the remaining homeowners in Lowry to coordinate televising the last of the sewer lines in Lowry. Jeremy Anderson of Design Tree Engineering told the council on April 5 that once they have all the information, he will meet with Chase Johnson from Johnson Jet-Line and will review the information and suggest how the council should proceed.  read entire story. . . .

Special graduation ceremony held for Minnewaska senior

Ron and Jeanette Stoen honored  as Lowry Citizens of the Year

For 40 years, the Lowry Lions have honored commitment to community through the annual Lowry Citizen of the Year award. This year, Ron and Jeanette Stoen received that honor, becoming the 40th in a long line of celebrated Lowry residents. They are still active in the business they founded, Stoen Farm Supply, which remains today as a thriving local business.  read entire story. . . .

 
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