If you need your wedding ring resized or repaired, or you want a new jewelry piece created out of vintage heirloom pieces passed down by generations, you won't want to bring your precious stones to just anyone.
While Lynn Scharenbroich doesn't refer to herself as the "Queen of Clean," she certainly could be a contender for the crown.
Scharenbroich, who owns Black Pine Beach Resort with her husband, Bob, knows a thing or two about spring cleaning.
Students at Eagle View Elementary School in Breezy Point know them as "Grandma Jo" and "Grandma Norma."
And Jo Smith and Norma Leifeld couldn't be any happier to have hundreds of new "grandchildren" this school year.
While the Foster Grandparent Program was previously only for volunteers ages 55 or older who normally volunteer between 15-20 hours per week, a new pilot program offered through Lutheran Social Service (LSS) is intended to target Baby Boomers who are willing to commit to 10 volunteer hours a week.
On a 3-2 split vote, the Pine River City Council on Tuesday, Dec. 11, voted to approve the 2012 and 2013-15 contracts with its police union.
Council members Ron Derksen and Tamara Hansen voted in opposition.