Pequot Lakes School Board members pored over 140 responses to a survey asking what residents think of the school district as the board works to develop a vision of what the district will look like in the year 2020.
Ten people attended a joint city of Lake Shore-Loon Lake Township public hearing on Monday, Feb. 24, at Lake Shore City Hall to hear about proposed improvements to the east portion of 72nd Street off of Jacobs Road.
Most spoke in favor of the project.
What's the biggest change affecting teen behavior in 1982 vs. 2012?
Cell phones and the Internet, of course. It's a simple answer with not-so-simple ramifications.
At a safe environment presentation Wednesday, Feb. 12, at St.
Ellie Erholtz, a senior at Pequot Lakes High School (PLHS), was crowned Miss Nisswa 2014 on Friday, Feb. 14, at Lutheran Church of the Cross in Nisswa.
Makyla Thomsen was crowned First Princess and Becca Langer won Second Princess and Miss Congeniality.
The Pequot Lakes School Board is still encouraging the public to take an online strategic plan survey to help shape the district's future.
The survey is four open-ended questions and is online at pequotlakes.k12.us. It will be open until Feb. 21.
Pequot Lakes students will be in school an extra three days this spring to make up days canceled in January because of the cold weather.
Previously, Thursday, May 29, was scheduled as the last day of school.
Eagle View Elementary School Principal Dave Endicott was hired Monday, Feb. 10, as superintendent of the Walker-Hackensack-Akeley School District.
That school board approved Endicott's contract at Monday's board meeting.
If you're planning to visit Tammy and John Hayes of Breezy Point, just remember: No frowns allowed; chins up and smiles all the way.
That's how the Hayes family rolls, despite a serious brain cancer diagnosis for Tammy.