Sherburne County
The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for the Mississippi River at St. Cloud, to include Sherburne County.  The weather service predicts that the river will reach flood stage by early Friday afternoon and continue to rise until Sunday evening.   Sheriff Joel Brott wants to re...Read More
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CSAH 16 will be reconstructed as a rural section roadway having 2-12’ thru lanes, 6’ paved shoulders and right turn and bypass lanes at major intersections. It is the county’s intent to begin work on June 11, 2012, and have all work completed by September 28, 2012. The detour will be going up ...Read More
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While the Princeton City Council liked some aspects of former mayor Richard Anderson’s proposed route for a road connecting the First Street area with the city’s main industrial park, it has decided it is “not viable.” The “not viable” decision was what City Administrator Mark Karnowski ...Read More
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A Clear Lake man is dead after being found in a vehicle submerged in the Elk River. Roger Petron, 61, was the victim of the car accident on Wednesday night, May 30, 2010, in Clear Lake Township. According to Sherburne County Sheriff Joel Brott, a passerby discovered Petron’s vehicle partiall...Read More
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The Minnesota Association of County Probation Officers (MACPO) presented the Outstanding Performance Award to Bobbie Shafer, supervisor with the Sherburne County Probation Department at the 55th Annual Conference on May 24th, 2012. This award is given to recognize an individual who has demonstrated ...Read More
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Whatever the feelings of property owners in the Sherburne County side of the city of Princeton may be regarding their assessed valuations for tax purposes, no one showed up to question or protest their assessments during the April 5 hearing. It’s called the annual board of equalization meeting in ...Read More
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