by Cori Hilsgen firstname.lastname@example.org Cathedral High School graduate Tess Schneider was recently named one of the school’s top ten students for academic performance. During her senior year she also excelled at dance. Schneider received an All-Academic All-State Award and was one of 12 dancers named to the All- Tournament Team at the High School State Dance Tournament at the Target
contributed photo St. Joseph residents John and Shirley Kalla want to brighten everyone’s day with masses of color and fragrance from their gardens near 9th Avenue and Able Street. Gardeners everywhere are especially enjoying the fruits of their labor this year as the growing season stays cool, wet and calm, which allows for flower blooms to last longer.
A fund has been established at a Sartell bank for the victim of a residential plane crash that happened the evening of June 20 in Sauk Rapids. BankVista announced June 23 it has established a Jeffrey Hille Benefit Fund. Hille is the owner of the house that was completely destroyed by the crash and the fire that followed. Funds can
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com SummerFest 2014 last weekend turned out to be a rainy shame. Well, mostly, anyway. A series of off-and-on rains forced the cancellation of the traditional Grand Day Parade, sponsored by St. Cloud Federal Credit Union. For two decades, that parade attracted thousands of people who lined the streets to watch parade floats, variety acts and
by Cori Hilsgen firstname.lastname@example.org Dominic Ballou isn’t your average 10-year-old boy. He has already experienced some difficulties in his life and is working hard to make changes. Ballou wants to make a difference for himself and other children by fundraising for playground equipment for a low-income housing development. He has started his own non-profit, called Kids 4 a Safe Place
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com Should cities build swimming pools? Or have pools gone the way of the horse and buggy? Those are the questions that will be debated starting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 24 at Sartell City Hall. Everyone is invited to the free debate, which will explore the pros and cons of the following question: “Does it make
by Cori Hilsgen firstname.lastname@example.org Jim Kuebelbeck doesn’t usually like to be the center of attention, but this year on July 4 he will be. Kuebelbeck has been selected to be the grand marshal for the annual July 4 parade. His wife, Carol, said she isn’t sure if she or their grandchildren will be riding with him in the parade. Kuebelbeck
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com The hot, sweaty, prickly work was as bad as chopping through a thick jungle, but the 27 diehard volunteers managed to get the job done in about three hours. The volunteers toiled on the evening of May 29. Thanks to them, Sartell Lions Community Park can thrive a bit better without the pesky bush known