Tennis? Pickleball? Basketball? All three?

Dennis DalmanNews, Sartell – St. Stephen0 Comments

by Dennis Dalman Noting the increasing popularity of pickleball, Sartell City Council members are in favor of adding pickleball to the improvements plan for Watab Park. At its last meeting, the council was asked to give direction to city staff for recreational options at the park – options that are part of a larger improvement plan at Watab, including

‘Nobody’ wins when you don’t vote

Mike KnaakEditorial, Election 2018, Opinion, Sartell – St. Stephen, St. Joseph0 Comments

Do you want to overthrow the government? Or maybe you think things are going just fine. Either way, Tuesday’s primary election is the time to take a stand. Midterm elections generally attract a low voter turnout. Primary election turnout is historically even lower. Voting is always the most important action of civic engagement, but because of a unique set of

Reader encourages to vote Bentrud for sheriff

Mike KnaakLetter to the Editor, Opinion0 Comments

Lowell Nielsen, St. Cloud We are having a primary election on Aug. 14 for Stearns County sheriff. We really need to have citizens get out to vote because like all midterm election years, people have a tendency to believe these times are less important. However, in the primary election on Aug. 14, we have Dave Bentrud as our Stearns County

Aug. 10 Sartell people

Mike KnaakPeople, Print Editions, Print Sartell - St. Stephen, Social0 Comments

Two Sartell students recently graduated from Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa. The students and their majors are Brooke Radi, public relations, and Olivia Wassen, English and radio and television producing. Molly Fossen, a 2018 Sartell High School graduate, was the 2017-2018 Minnesota Positive High School Athlete winner for girl’s golf. She was honored at the Twins game on June 20. She will

Aug. 10 St. Joseph people

Mike KnaakPeople, Print Editions, Print St. Joseph, Social0 Comments

Two St. Joseph students were recently named to the spring dean’s list at St. John’s University. They are Jacob Hennigs, son of Deann and Mark Hennigs, a junior education major, and Ethan Novacinski, son of Cheryl and Grant Novacinski, a sophomore biology and pre-physician’s assistant major. Gabrielle Martone of St. Joseph recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics and