It’s such a relief to finally see open water! Yes, it’s cold, windy and still snowing, but to have the life and movement of open water all around us is a sign of progress! The more shallow lakes began to … Continue reading →
As you can see from the pictures at the Clam Lake boat launch park, the end of our winter has not been a picnic…or a walk in the park! We got an estimated 14-17 inches of snow with the last … Continue reading →
After a successful first year, the Burnett County Historical Society is offering the Second Annual Yellow River Folk Music Festival at Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park on Saturday, June 28th. It’s a full day of entertainment featuring continuous music all … Continue reading →
Our snow cover has been wildly diminished in the last few days by the sun, wind and rain that we’ve received! In fact, it’s actually possible to walk through the woods in most cases! That means it’s a good time … Continue reading →
CENTURY 21 Sand County Services Earns National Awards!
We’re so excited to learn that our office has won some pretty prestigious awards from CENTURY 21! They honor their best annually and this year we really hit the mark! The Per Person Productivity Award is especially impressive with an … Continue reading →