by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org Revolution 5, a local Beatles cover-band, will perform at an event to raise money for the family of Jon Maus, the Albany man who was killed May 28 when part of the Verso Paper Co. exploded. The Maus Family Benefit will take place from 1-5 p.m. Sunday, July 22 at the Bernick’s Arena in Sartell. Admission
Sometimes I feel sorry for young people who are growing up deprived of the experience of going to an outdoor theater. That was one of the joys of my younger years — going to the “Cloud.” That was the name of the outdoor theater just west of St. Cloud, in Waite Park. Ironically enough, there is now a sprawling complex
[media-credit name=”contributed photo” align=”alignnone” width=”240″][/media-credit] St. Joseph resident Joe Sussenguth is the recipient of the 2012 North Country Region Meritorious Award. The honor is given to those who have contributed to the sport of volleyball. By TaLeiza Callowaynews@thenewsleaders.com Joe Sussenguth’s interest in volleyball started when he was 2-years-old. The St. Joseph resident took a liking to it while watching his
The St. Joseph City Council approved a rezoning request and special-use permit for a planned expansion at the Church of St. Joseph. The vote was 4-1, with council member Bob Loso voting against the move due to concerns about parking. Approval of the permit and rezoning is contingent upon a signed development agreement. With the council vote, the church is
Doug Danielson is the newest member of the St. Joseph Economic Development Authority. The St. Joseph City Council unanimously approved the appointment of Danielson July 5. Danielson, a manager at Sentry Bank in St. Joseph, fills the seat once held by Chad Davey. In a letter to the mayor and members of the EDA, Davey resigned from the EDA last
A 16-year-old girld from St. cloud was rescued July 3 from Big Watab Lake, Collegeville Township. She was unconscious after her head hit a pontoon. She was transported to the St. Cloud Hospital where she was able to speak with deputies that evening.
Color trends rotate in waves. They are often repetitive. One year it’s all about black-and=white combinations. Another it can be adding shades of pink to add pops of color. Well, if brown is the new black in the fashion world this season, then orange is the color of the summer. Not just any orange, but construction-cone orange. It can be
Residents and visitors to St. Joseph might have noticed something a little different about the city’s downtown lately. Some of the light posts along Minnesota Street and College Avenue have a little bit more color than usual, thanks to the volunteer efforts of St. Joseph resident Margy Hughes, Carol (Muske) Theisen and donations from area businesses. Thirty hanging flower baskets