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Wed
22
Jun

Total Care Chiropractic is bigger and better Saturday’s open house celebrates new location at old creamery


Total Care Chiropractic is at its new location in the old creamery building at 25 Birch Ave. N. in Maple Lake where three wellness professionals are now working together under the same roof. They are, from left, registered yoga teacher Robin Davidson, chiropractor Todd Seidl, and massage therapist Tracy Jansen. (Photo by Brenda Erdahl)

Physical and mental wellness is the shared goal of three familiar professionals now working under one roof in Maple Lake.
Since March, Todd Seidl, owner of Total Care Chiropractic, massage therapist Tracy Jansen, and registered yoga teacher Robin Davidson have combined their passions to create a one-stop-spot for wellness in Maple Lake’s historical creamery building at 25 Birch Avenue North.

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Wed
22
Jun

Lyons becomes new owner at Shear Attitudes Salon


The previous owner of Shear Attitudes, Connie Munstenteiger, stands with new owner, Chelsey (Wurm) Lyons, in front of the salon located at 27 Maple Ave. N. in Maple Lake. (Photo by Brenda Erdahl)

For 10 years Connie Munstenteiger has owned and operated Shear Attitudes Hair Salon in Maple Lake. Many know her as a friend and hair stylist and frequent the shop on a regular basis. Now, there has been a new change with her business and she has been very excited about the new path in front of her.

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Wed
22
Jun

Love INC-Big Woods opens thrift store in Maple Lake


Love INC has been preparing for months for its grand opening on Friday, June 24. The thrift store is located where The Costume Shoppe formerly was on Birch Avenue in Maple Lake. This is just a sample of its inventory.

Love In The Name Of Christ, better known as simply Love INC, is expanding its ministry and filling a gap among Maple Lake’s main street businesses with a new store that opens this week.

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Wed
22
Jun

Deficit spending prompts referendum plans

At its most recent meeting, Monday, June 13, the Maple Lake School Board discussed the option of putting an operating referendum and capital projects levy to the district’s voters on November 8.

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Wed
22
Jun

Nyquist installs benches at Ney Park for Eagle Project


Service project volunteers - Sean Deringer, Bob Tollefson, John Northenscold, Loren Pribyl, Trevor Kath, Don Pribyl, Matthew Pribyl, Kenny Nyquist, Luke Tollefson and Devin Deringer. Not pictured: Chris Nyquist, Charlene Nyquist, Joan Pribyl, Amee Pribyl, Wanda Kath, Jacob Loch, Isaac Loch and Jacob Jude.

One of the benches installed in Robert Ney Park. (Photos submitted)

Kenny Nyquist led a group of 18 volunteers on May 21st to install four benches at Robert Ney Park, north of Maple Lake, for his Eagle Project.

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Wed
22
Jun

Meet the new staff member at Camp Courage


First-time counselor, Evan Cerven, has joined the Camp Courage staff this summer. (Photo submitted)

First-time counselor, Evan Cerven, has joined the Camp Courage staff this summer to step outside of his comfort zone.
Although this is his first year at camp, he is quickly learning how to adapt to his new environment. “I’ve never really done anything like this,” Cerven said.
He explained that he has never really interacted much with people who have disabilities, so this is a completely new setting. He found True Friends through a recruiter that was visiting Truman State University in Kirksville, MO, where he attends college. He loved the idea of camp and really wanted to try something new. “I really wanted to hop on the opportunity, so I did.” Working at camp will give him the experience he needs for his future career as a physical education teacher. “I want to be able to work with every kid that comes into my classroom,” said Cerven.

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Wed
22
Jun

County prepared to move quickly on new courts building

For more than a decade Wright County has been receiving complaints from the courts area that the facilities in the county courthouse are substandard and in dire need of upgrading. At the June 14 meeting of the Wright County Board of Commissioners, it was decided that the process is going to get sped up.

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Wed
22
Jun

Take a Bite Out of Summer FREE Breakfast and Lunch at Discovery Elementary

Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Schools will offer FREE breakfast and lunch to area children (ages 1-18) this summer at Discovery Elementary, thanks to a special Summer Food Service Program funded by the federal government (U.S. Department of Agriculture—USDA). This is the second year for the program in Buffalo, with the goal being to make sure all youth in the community have access to nutritious meals while school is out for the summer.

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Wed
22
Jun

Update: Change in temporary lane, road closures on Hwy. 25, Hwy. 55 in Buffalo begins June 23 Hwy. 55 at Hwy. 25 reduced to single lane 24/7

Motorists who travel Highway 25 and Highway 55 in Buffalo should expect delays as a series of new, temporary traffic changes began Monday, June 13.
Motorists should plan for the following:
• Beginning Thursday, June 23 after 10 a.m., one-half mile of Highway 55 at Highway 25 will be reduced to a single lane in each direction 24 hours a day until further notice.

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Wed
15
Jun

Men charged in Clough murder hold prior felony convictions


In connection with the murder Cheyenne Clough, Justin Jensen (left), of Maple Lake, is being charged with aiding and abetting, Shawn Benson (center), of Maple Lake, is being charged with second-degree murder, and Edward Zelko (right), of Buffalo, is being charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder.

Three men were charged last Wednesday in connection to the death of 19-year-old mother, Cheyenne Clough, of Buffalo, who was found shot outside a park in Wright County last week. Shawn Benson, 21, of Maple Lake, was charged with second-degree murder, while 28-year-old Justin Jensen, of Maple Lake, and 26-year-old Edward Zelko, of Buffalo, were charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder. A fourth person has also been charged in connection to the case. Thomas Nicholson, 26, of International Falls, was charged with aiding an offender to avoid arrest.

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