Pristine’s ‘Mud Hen’ causes a stir

Dennis DalmanNews0 Comments

by Dennis Dalman news@thenewsleaders.com The Meyers of St. Joseph – Joe, Pete, Todd – have caused a worldwide interest in their new product – the “Mud Hen.” At a recent trade show in Las Vegas, the Meyers were pleased with the keen interest in the “Mud Hen,” a portable machine that can recycle slurry water on-site for concrete projects. The

Negotiation process to begin on design of future city offices

TaLeiza CallowayNews0 Comments

by TaLeiza Calloway news@thenewsleaders.com A vision for expanded city offices and a community center in the city’s downtown is a little closer to taking shape after a recent city council vote. Elected officials unanimously voted to start negotiating a contract for architectural services with Hagemesiter Mack, a St. Cloud architectural firm, for the design of a potential government campus. St.

PUC votes to leave power line route as is

TaLeiza CallowayNews0 Comments

by TaLeiza Calloway news@thenewsleaders.com Efforts by St. Joseph Township residents to get the state Public Utilities Commission to change the route of a high-voltage power line away from them were unsuccessful. The commission on Feb. 16 voted to leave the portion of the route from St. Cloud to Fargo as is – something Rob Undersander and other residents opposed. Plans

Historical society members encourage others to join

Cori HilsgenNews0 Comments

by Cori Hilsgen news@thenewsleaders.com Darol Studer and Marlin Eich encourage people to join the St. Joseph Area Historical Society. They especially would like to see younger people join. Studer is the St. Joseph Historical Museum curator and one of the founding members. Eich is the current president. Studer, with a twinkle in his eye, said his age is between 75

Negotiations to begin on design of city offices

TaLeiza CallowayNews0 Comments

By TaLeiza Calloway news@thenewsleaders.com A vision for expanded city offices and a community center in the city’s downtown is a little closer to taking shape after a recent city council vote. Elected officials unanimously voted to start negotiating a contract for architectural services with Hagemesiter Mack, a St. Cloud architectural firm, for the design of a potential government campus. St.

Historical Society members encourage others to join

Cori HilsgenNews0 Comments

by Cori Hilsgen news@thenewsleaders.com Darol Studer and Marlin Eich encourage people to join the St. Joseph Area Historical Society. They especially would like to see younger people join. Studer is the St. Joseph Historical Museum curator and one of the founding members. Eich is the current president. Studer, with a twinkle in his eye, said his age is between 75

Public hearing set to update EDA rules

TaLeiza CallowayNews0 Comments

by TaLeiza Calloway news@thenewsleaders.com The St. Joseph City Council will hold a public hearing March 1 to update qualifications for serving on the city’s Economic and Development Authority. City officials previously delayed an appointment to the EDA to review membership provisions. New provisions will include one that states board members must be residents, work in or operate a business within