by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org A solemn quiet settled over more than 100 observers on the morning of Oct. 7 as the names of precious deceased children were read, one by one, in front of the Angel of Hope statue in Sartell. And then, after each name was announced, one or more people walked up to the Angel of Hope and
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com Two Sartell Sabre varsity teams – the boys’ cross-country team and the girls’ swim-and-dive team – scored triumphs last week. For the ninth consecutive time, the swim-and-dive team won the Central Lakes Championship Oct. 28 at the meet at Sartell High School. The girls won eight of 12 competitive events. They will now head for the
A ruse dubbed “Tax Reform” is afoot in the U.S. Congress. Here’s the plan: There will be tax cuts across the board, with the top corporate tax rate going from 35 percent to 20 percent. That, despite the fact more than half of corporations pay no income tax at all, thanks to a tangled forest of tax loopholes and an
They say driverless cars are the wave of the future. Future? They’re already here. Everywhere. Just the other day I saw one. I was driving south on Hwy. 10 when a pickup truck passed me. I glanced over, then glanced again, my jaw dropping open. There was no driver! What the heck? A ghost? Within a couple seconds, the driver
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org People from all walks of life recently gathered at Sartell schools to help celebrate two events related to food – National Food Service Week (Oct. 9-13) and Farm to School Month, October. The events drew food-service employees and students, of course, as well as teachers, parents, police officers, firefighters, some members of the St. Cloud University
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com A new activities director has been hired for the Sartell-St. Stephen School District. The appointment was announced earlier this week by School District Superintendent Jeff Schwiebert. The new director is Ryan Hauge, who hails from the St. Francis School District where he was a social-studies teacher, head basketball coach for nine years, golf coach for seven
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org Dozens of St. Cloud Somali residents gathered on the afternoon of Oct. 21 at Lake George in St. Cloud for a prayer vigil and a show of solidarity after a terrorist bombing in their home country sent shock waves far and wide. The vigil at Lake George also followed other developments that brought concern to the
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com Like all good art, the works of Bruce Jacobson of Sartell have to be seen up close and personal to be fully appreciated. Photos, reproductions of the works just don’t cut it. That is why people should take in Light Reconstructed, an exhibit of Jacobson’s works in the Veranda Lounge of Pioneer Place, 22 Fifth Ave.