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.
The Minnewaska Community Health Services Auxiliary hosted its annual Fall Bazaar on Saturday, Oct. 14, with a bake sale, craft/white elephant sale and MLH Resident Council decorated cookie sale. read entire story. . . .
Fire prevention week took place last week with Starbuck Fire Department members going to Glacial Hills Elementary, hosting kindergarteners at the fire hall and a pork chop supper on Saturday evening. read entire story. . . .
On Oct. 12, Pope County citizens participated in Someplace Safe’s Walk Against Domestic Violence. The walk began at the Pope County Health and Human Services building and ended at GrandStay Hotel & Suites. read entire story. . . .