Nov. 24 Sartell-St. Stephen people

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Sartell psychologist receives SCSU honor Licensed psychologist Dennis Anderson, who resides in Sartell, was recently awarded the 2016/2017 Alumni Service Award by the SCSU Alumni Association. This reflects both service at the university where he has been an adjunct instructor for many years as well as service to the community. Andersen’s community involvement includes being a charter member of St.

Nov. 24 St. Joseph people

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CSB and SJU ranked among top study-abroad schools Sometimes, 13 is considered to be an unlucky number. But not for the College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University, when it comes to study abroad. For the 13th consecutive year, CSB and SJU are ranked among the top baccalaureate schools nationally for the total number of students who studied abroad.

Nov. 17 St. Joseph people

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Sartell psychologist receives SCSU honor Licensed psychologist Dennis Anderson, who resides in Sartell, was recently awarded the 2016/2017 Alumni Service Award by the SCSU Alumni Association. This reflects both service at the university where he has been an adjunct instructor for many years as well as service to the community. Andersen’s community involvement includes being a charter member of St.

Nov. 17 Sartell-St. Stephen people

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  Four Sartell-St. Stephen students are currently enrolled for the 2017-18 academic year at St. John’s University, Collegeville. They are as follows: Dean Amundson, son of Charmin and Ben Amundson; Mitchell Dockendorf, son of Yvette and John Dockendorf; Elliot Edeburn, son of AnnElise Edeburn; and Brandon Kramer, son of Lesa and Dan Kramer. Amundson, Edeburn and Kramer hail from Sartell;

Nov. 3 Sartell people

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Sartell Pediatrics welcomes new medical providers Sartell Pediatrics announes two new providers to the group. Emily Korman, DO and pediatric nurse practitioner Sarah Rudnitski, CPNP-PC will be seeing patients at the clinic located at 111 Second St. S. in Sartell. Both will work alongside Dr. David Smith and psychologist Dr. Kimberly Christensen in providing comprehensive health-care services to children of

Nov. 3 St. Joseph people

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Holtz honored for 3 million accident-free miles On Oct. 21, Walmart presented the keys to a beautiful blue Peterbilt to Walmart driver Dean Holtz, who started his career with Walmart on May 10, 1995 and achieved this amazing milestone on April 7, 2017. He has spent his entire career with Walmart at DC 6825 in Menomonie, Wis. Holtz had previously

Oct. 27 Sartell-St. Stephen people

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ReConvenings event continues the conversation about living and dying well Cathy Wurzer is back in town for a reConvening following this past spring’s engaging event, The Convenings, in Central Minnesota to inspire and motivate individuals and families to continue the conversations about living and dying well. Join Wurzer and special guests for an evening of music, storytelling and discussion from

Oct. 27 St. Joseph people

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ALREADY EDITED St. John’s Abbey and University announce completion of the largest capital campaign in their history Forward Ever Forward: The campaign for St. John’s raised nearly $190 million St. John’s Abbey and University have announced the conclusion of the largest, most ambitious capital campaign in their history. Forward Ever Forward: The Campaign for St. John’s, which launched in 2013,