by Cori Hilsgen firstname.lastname@example.org Sen. Amy Klobuchar visited campaign headquarters (the former Newsleaders office building) of Minnesota Senate candidate Joe Perske in St. Joseph the morning of Sept. 15 to help rally democratic volunteers. They were joined by Minnesota House of Representatives District 13B candidate Heidi Everett and 13A candidate Jim Read, former House Representative Bill Luther, senators Kari Dziedzic,
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com A sense of quickening excitement overcomes Jerry Guerrero of St. Joseph when his metal detector tells him there is something under the dirt right in front of him. When he digs into the ground, he is always surprised and excited about his “finds” even if they are ordinary objects like old toys, old tools or cast-off
Three St. Joseph students recently received scholarships from the Central Minnesota Community Foundation in conjunction with CommunityGiving. The students are: Marisa Gaetz, $1,000 from the Bill and Joyce Coborn Memorial Scholarship Fund; Nicholas Gill, $450 from the Dick and Dorothy Putz Scholarship Fund; and Morgan Vouk, $1,000 from the Brian Klinefelter Family Scholarship Fund. The foundation awarded $168,600 in academic scholarships
Inside lanes that have been closed for construction on CR 75 will be open during the evening of Friday, Sept. 21. At that time, the outside lanes will be closed. The Stearns County Highway Department advises drivers to use caution while traveling through work zones. Traffic delays are possible so drivers should seek alternative routes. The intersection at Fourth Avenue/Northland
A Watkins man was injured early Thursday, July 20, in a one-vehicle crash near Fruit Farm Road. Edwin Allen Nelson, 34, was driving south on CR 50 near Fruit Farm Road when his vehicle left the road on a curve. The vehicle hit a driveway approach, launching it into trees on the other side of the driveway, according to the
The Sartell High School Student Council, proving homecoming is more than theme days, football games and welcoming back alumni, has continued the tradition of designating a recipient for fundraising during the week. The Student Council decided funds would be donated to the ALS Association – Minnesota/North Dakota/South Dakota Chapter, which “supports people living with ALS and their loved ones through
Janagan Ramanathan, son of Vasugi and Gajen Ramanathan, and a junior at Sartell High School, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36. On average, only around one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn a top score. The ACT consists of tests in English, mathematics, reading and science, each scored on a scale of 1–36.