Central McLean News-Journal - News

Central McLean will be hopping with ghosts, goblins and all sorts of spooky and ooky creatures the next week or so as the cities of Underwood and Turtle Lake celebrate Autumn and Halloween.

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Tomlinsons celebrate real white wedding

Newlywed Cassie (Hoffman) Tomlinson knew for more than a week that the forecast for her Oct. 19 wedding didn’t look very pleasant.

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More housing priority of steering committee

The consensus of those attending Wednesday’s comprehensive plan steering committee meeting with SRF Consulting’s Scott Harmstead is that Turtle Lake has a lot to offer young families, except for maybe adequate family housing, pointing at residential property development as a key cog in Turtle Lake’s improvement plan.

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The members of the Underwood Senior Center have already put their recent grant money windfall to good work, recently completing a renovation of the kitchen at the center in Underwood.

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It’s almost time to Go Loco for Local, and members of the Underwood Civic Club are ramping things up this year for the annual walk-around.

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Rust’s Hardware celebrates 20 years

Glitter paint. Not a big “must-have” item for Turtle Lake and other local shoppers.

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For the love of God, potatoes

"For the love of gardening” joined with “for the love of God” this past week, resulting in free potatoes for those in need courtesy of a gentleman farmer who lives out by Birka Church, and the 7th and 8th-grade confirmation students at Augustana and Birka Lutheran Churches.

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Three coaches had their work agreements approved at the Sept. 23, Turtle Lake-Mercer School Board meeting.

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Low child enrollment and increased regulations are causing the licensed daycare center in Turtle Lake to shut down as of Oct. 4, 2019.

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Kramer named SHAPE Teacher of the Year

The students and faculty threw a party at the school last Friday honoring one of their own.

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