Moeller leaving Kennedy for six months

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by Cori Hilsgen news@thenewsleaders.com Diane Moeller, Kennedy Community School’s principal, will leave Kennedy for six months to cover another position in the St. Cloud School District.   Moeller will take over Assistant Superintendent Julia Espe’s duties as director of curriculum, instruction and assessment. Moeller said her position will not be as assistant superintendent. The position is expected to last for

Lucy the cockatiel is found

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by Cori Hilsgen news@thenewsleaders.com After spending a cold and windy night outdoors, Lucy has been found. Lucy is a white, gray and yellow cockatiel. She is 8-year-old Anna Lahr’s pet. Anna is in second grade at Kennedy Community School and is the daughter of Andy and Teresa Lahr of St. Joseph. Lucy recently went missing on a cold and windy

Local members of chorale will perform ‘A Child’s Christmas’ concert

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“A Child’s Christmas,” a holiday concert recalling the innocence and wonder of Christmas as seen through a child’s eyes and ears, will be performed Dec. 15 and 16 by the Great River Chorale and its musical guests at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in St. Cloud. The concert will include traditional Christmas carols, new music and familiar songs for audiences of

Local members of chorale will perform ‘A Child’s Christmas’ concert

Cori HilsgenNews, Sartell – St. Stephen, St. Joseph0 Comments

“A Child’s Christmas,” a holiday concert recalling the innocence and wonder of Christmas as seen through a child’s eyes and ears, will be performed Dec. 15 and 16 by the Great River Chorale and its musical guests at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in St. Cloud. The concert will include traditional Christmas carols, new music and familiar songs for audiences of

‘Healthcare directives – a gift to your family’

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Registered nurse Karen Kleinschmidt recently spoke about health-care directives and palliative care. Kleinschmidt has many years of nursing experience – some at the St. Cloud Hospital. Sponsored by the Health and Wellness Committee of the St. Joseph Catholic Church, Kleinschmidt titled her talk, “Healthcare directives – a gift to your family.” Often, health-care directives can make decisions easier for families

29th annual Workathon held

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Volunteers gathered on a cool and sunny morning for the 29th annual St. Joseph Area Workathon held Oct 27. Workathon volunteers raked and hauled away leaves, cleaned gardens and did other projects to help those who had requested help. The workathon is a service-oriented fundraiser held annually. It gives students an opportunity to help with community needs and to raise

Mozzarelli’s Take-N-Bake Pizza opens

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If you are hungry for pizza, but want to enjoy it in the comfort of your own home, Mozzarelli’s Take-N-Bake Pizza now offers that option. Mozzarelli’s recently opened for business and is offering pizzas that are made using local flavors and products. Owned by Joel and Tammy Heinen and Randy and Lisa Gill, the business offers a variety of pizzas and

Squirrel took wild ride – in our car

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After returning from a recent medical appointment, my husband and I had an interesting encounter with a furry friend. We stopped our car at our end destination and heard a strange chattering noise coming from under the hood. I thought something was wrong with the engine and asked my husband if he could hear anything. After listening very carefully, my