by Dave DeMars email@example.com At its Oct. 2 meeting, the St. Joseph City Council took major steps in approving upgrades that would improve the operational efficiency of the water-utilities communications system in the city. With city utilities such as water plants, lift stations and other related utilities scattered at various sites throughout the city, the monitoring of the performance of
by Dave DeMars firstname.lastname@example.org A preliminary levy that includes an overall 2-percent increase from last year was approved by the Sartell-St. Stephen School Board at its Sept. 18 meeting. Director of Business Services Steve Wruck provided some background information with regard to the levy and noted the requirements by the state seem to change almost daily, and that is why
by Dave DeMars email@example.com Evert, Navaratilova, the Williams girls, Steffi Graf – these women dominated professional women’s tennis. The girls on the Sartell Girls Tennis team would like to dominate the Central Lakes Conference this year, but it’s going to be a challenge, said coach Bryan Baumann. Why? “We have only one returning senior from last year’s team,” Baumann said.
(Editor’s note: This was written a month ago but due to space constraints is just now being published.) by Dave DeMars firstname.lastname@example.org It’s mid-August. Two more weeks until the start of the school year. That means it’s the start of the high-school sports season. Coaches are gathering their teams, issuing jerseys, checking physical exam records and getting equipment ready. Athletes
Sept. 7 Volleyball: Sartell 2 Rocori 3 Sept. 8 Football: Sartell 0 Alexandria 32 Sept. 11 Girl’s Soccer: Sartell 2 Tech 0 Boys Soccer: Sartell 3 Tech 3 Sept. 12 Girl’s Soccer: Sartell 2 Sauk Rapids-Rice 0 Boy’s Soccer: Sartell 4 Sauk Rapids-Rice 2 Volleyball: Sartell 3 St. Cloud Tech 0 Girl’s Tennis: Sartell 0 St. Cloud Apollo 7
by Dave DeMars email@example.com In a hard-fought match Sept. 11 against St. Cloud Tech Tigers, the Sartell girls’ soccer team stymied the Tech offense and shut out the Tigers 2-0. Sartell controlled the play early in the game keeping the Tigers off balance with some strong offensive sallies and controlling the Tech offense for a good share of the first
by Dave DeMars firstname.lastname@example.org Sept. 11 was a perfect day for a soccer match, but the Sartell Sabres boys had their hands full against a strong St. Cloud Tech team. In the end the Sabres showed their pluck as they tied the Tigers 3-3 near the end of the game. Tech came out of the chute roaring like their namesake
by Dave DeMars email@example.com It looked like the Sartell Sabres girls’ volleyball team really had it together for the Sept. 7 match-up against the Rocori Spartans in Cold Spring. In the first game of a five-game match the Sabres showed their stuff and coasted through the first game for a 25-18 win. But the Spartans answered in the second game