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Old bus bids accepted

The old bus is finally gone; the high bid of $1,250 was accepted.

Posted 2/03/16 (Wed) read more »

J. Arthur’s changes hands but stays in family

New owner Stacie Adams has been working up a storm remodeling since she bought the florist shop, J. Arthur’s Flowers and Gifts, at the beginning of the year.

Posted 2/03/16 (Wed) read more »

Mercer adds special touch to Christmas holiday

Santa visited Mercer on Dec. 19. The children enjoyed the treats and visiting with Santa at the Mercer Community Center.

Posted 1/27/16 (Wed) read more »

School glows orange for girl battling leukemia

"Orange" Day was Friday January 15 for the entire school of Turtle Lake-Mercer.

Posted 1/27/16 (Wed) read more »

First TL municipal court hearing Judge Cathy Hill

Turtle Lake city commission held its January meeting with two visitors present, Sheriff Rick Richard and his wife LeAnn Richard.

Posted 1/20/16 (Wed) read more »

Lighting moves into high efficiency age

With a smile, handshake and a cooperative effort, Don Coy passed on his Western Lighting Technology, Inc. business to Brad and Michelle Witty of Washburn on January 1, 2016.

Posted 1/20/16 (Wed) read more »

Chamber focuses on communication

At the January meeting of the Chamber of Progress in Turtle Lake, member Wes Weible noted that he was concerned that new children in school were not aware of the Santa Days events

Posted 1/13/16 (Wed) read more »

2016 – New Year and New Officers for the 69’ers Senior Citizens

The first meeting of the year for the new president, Wes Weible, began with Marv Anseth handing him the gavel, which he promptly rapped loudly on the podium to get the attention of the other members.

Posted 1/13/16 (Wed) read more »

Shopping Craze for Kids at the Chamber of Progress "Santa Store"

Kassidy Reiser, a 7th grade student, and sister, Kadence Reiser, 6th grade, were ready for shopping.

Posted 1/06/16 (Wed) read more »

2015 Review

The 30-year anniversary of Mercer Machine Shop was held on a Saturday in June in Mercer with free food for more than 250 people and a dance in the evening Chester’s Tavern. Roddy Schilling and James Murray did the grilling.

Posted 1/06/16 (Wed) read more »