Chicken debate set for Nov. 20

Dennis DalmanNews, Sartell – St. Stephen0 Comments

Should chickens be allowed in Sartell? That will be the topic of a debate at Sartell City Hall at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20. All are invited to the event, which is called “Chickens in the Backyard: Running A(fowl) of the Law.” It is the first of a planned series of debates, dubbed “Sartell Says,” that will take place at

‘Revitalizing Facial Massage’ opens in Sartell

Dennis DalmanNews, Sartell – St. Stephen0 Comments

A St. Stephen woman has opened a facial-care business called Revitalizing Facial Massage at 2177 Troop Drive in Sartell. Theresa Lalim is offering surgery-free and chemical-free facial care, along with a menu of other therapeutic massage-related care. Lalim said she has done freelance massage work for years and decided it was time to open her own business. Revitalizing Facial Massage,

Determination, faith in God leads to joyous adoptions

Dennis DalmanNews, Sartell – St. Stephen0 Comments

by Dennis Dalman For their deep love for children, for their determination to adopt despite great odds against them, Tony and Lisa Schneider of Sartell were honored with an “Angels of Adoption” award last week in Washington, D.C. The award was presented by U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, who represents Sartell and other areas of the 6th Congressional District. Bachmann,

If ASA students can raise another $1,000 Terhaar’s beard will soon be pink

Cori HilsgenNews, St. Joseph0 Comments

by Cori Hilsgen Volunteers gathered on Oct. 12 for the 30th workathon fundraiser held for All Saints Academy. Jobs were assigned and muffins were distributed. Each group of volunteers brought a plate of muffins to its job site as a token of appreciation. The peanut-free muffins were made by Mary Kay Pelkey, the school cook. Volunteers worked in windy

Six people give lots of input at superintendent-search meeting

Dennis DalmanNews, Sartell – St. Stephen0 Comments

by Dennis Dalman Was it the dreary, drizzly night? Was it because people have unbounded confidence in their school district? Or was it because residents decided to fill out a superintendent search questionnaire via the district’s website? Are those the reasons only six people showed up for the superintendent-search public meeting at Sartell High school Oct. 15? Well, maybe.

Hundreds view fall colors at SJU

Cori HilsgenNews, St. Joseph0 Comments

by Cori Hilsgen Hundreds of people walked the woods of St. John’s University  and its arboretum Oct. 13 to view the array of fall colors. Many came to attend the 11th annual Collegeville Colors event hosted by St. John’s Preparatory School and St. John’s Arboretum. SJP students were involved with the event which included hiking, music, games and a variety

Let your light shine Oct. 22 for Jacob Wetterling; all missing children

Janelle Von PinnonNews, Sartell – St. Stephen, St. Joseph0 Comments

The Jacob Wetterling Resource Center is asking individuals to commit to leaving a porch light lit on Tuesday, Oct. 22 to create hope and light in the world in honor of Jacob Wetterling, who was abducted on Oct. 22, 1989, in St. Joseph. The case remains open and unsolved.  Jacob’s story has left an indelible mark on the hearts of thousands,

Le wants customers to relax at Solar Nails

Cori HilsgenNews, St. Joseph0 Comments

by Cori Hilsgen Brandon Le wants customers to enjoy their experience at Solar Nails. He wants them to get comfortable and relax. Le believes nail care should be a pleasant and memorable experience – one customers will want to repeat. He doesn’t want their experience at Solar Nails to be a one-time occurrence. “If you are going to open