Starbuck Times

  • End of an Era

    | Published on December 3, 2019 at 9:44am CST

    Isdahl’s hardware store closes after 47 years of business  The Isdahls have owned and operated their small-town business since the 1970s. Pictured are Linda and Al Isdahl. By Celeste Rapp news@pctribune.com Al and Linda Isdahl have owned and operated their hardware store in downtown Starbuck for 47 years. Al Isdahl was a teacher in Hancock for four years… Read More

  • Starbuck Lighted Parade

    | Published on December 3, 2019 at 9:42am CST

    The Starbuck Lighted Parade was held on Nov. 30 in downtown Starbuck. The route went from the city office to main street and looped around past the lutheran home. There were four entries in the lighted parade, Miss Minnewaska royalty, the Nutcracker Cafe, Paul Anderson and Mary Baukol. Miss Minnewaska and the Nutcracker Cafe both… Read More

  • Samuelson plans on parking expansion

    | Published on December 3, 2019 at 9:40am CST

    The L. Emahsier building was demolished on Tuesday, Nov. 26. The building was the site of businesses such as 5th Street Fashion and Tanning, Lyn’s Café, Mayme’s Café and Women’s Ready to Wear shop. Agnes Brenden purchased the building in 1951 to house her Women’s Ready to Wear shop, which was in operation until 1978…. Read More

  • Willmar Police Department asks for help in locating missing teen

    | Published on December 3, 2019 at 9:39am CST

    The Willmar Police Department and Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are asking for the public’s help in locating Madison Hjermstad, age 17 of Willmar. Madison left a juvenile facility in Willmar on foot with another juvenile in July 2019, according to a missing person alert from the Minnesota Crime Alert Network. The other juvenile that… Read More