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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.



WCMCA thanks school board  for hosting Group Cares camp

Amanda Duenow of West Central Minnesota Community Action (WCMCA) visited the Minnewaska Area Schools Board of Education last week to recap the Group Cares camp held last summer. WCMCA partnered with Group Cares to sponsor a Group Cares camp in the Minnewaska area from July 13-19.  read entire story. . . .

Dr. Bösl received Distinguished  Alumni Award on September 18

Dr. Robert H. Bösl received an award from the University of Minnesota Medical Alumni Society at the Alumni Awards Banquet on Thursday, September 18.  read entire story. . . .

Pharmacy Buglary Prompts Public Warning

One Overdose is already linked to Drugs Stolen from Starbuck Drug Store  read entire story. . . .

Community meeting draws crowd to discuss potential theme for Starbuck

The Starbuck Beautification Committee met with several groups that are active in Starbuck on Tuesday, September 23 to try and come up with a general theme for Starbuck. It was stated that there is potential donation money if Starbuck has a plan in place for the money.  read entire story. . . .

Starbuck to get bids for sanitary sewer construction on south end of John Street

The Starbuck City Council approved allowing Widseth, Smith and Nolting (WSN) to get bids for the John Street sanitary sewer construction with the option to lower the manhole. Nick Koos of WSN said the cost estimate without the manhole lowering would be around $74,450.00  read entire story. . . .

County board supports the review of child protection

At a Sept. 23 meeting continued from Sept. 16, Pope County Commissioners adopted a resolution directing county staff and commissioners to work with state officials and other counties as child protection services policies and procedures are reviewed statewide.  read entire story. . . .

 
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