A Vietnam vet’s good works Sartell Senior Connection hosts Vietnam veteran Clyde Lewandowski as he recounts his trips to Vietnam to help an orphanage in Kontum, Vietnam at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14 in the Sartell Community Center, 850,19th St S. Originally from Foley, Lewandowski finished high school in 1965 then attended Staples Vocational School. After graduating, he was drafted and
Joan Priscilla Dimmitt, 86 Sartell Nov. 5, 1930-Oct. 27, 2017 Joan Priscilla Dimmitt, 86, a resident of County Manor Senior Living Community in Sartell, died Oct. 27, 2017 at St. Cloud Hospital surrounded by family and friends. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 21 at the Country Manor Campus Chapel, 520 First St. NE., Sartell.
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
Winter market to be held Nov. 4 Sartell Winter Market will be held from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday Nov. 4 at Sartell City Hall, 125 Pinecone Road. N. Some of the many items available include the following: meat, eggs, vegetables from storage, micro greens, canned goods, baked treats, breads and many craft items. Come start your holiday shopping early. All
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org Two Sartell Sabre varsity teams – the boys’ cross-country team and the girls’ swim-and-dive team – scored triumphs last week. For the ninth consecutive time, the swim-and-dive team won the Central Lakes Championship Oct. 28 at the meet at Sartell High School. The girls won eight of 12 competitive events. They will now head for the
A ruse dubbed “Tax Reform” is afoot in the U.S. Congress. Here’s the plan: There will be tax cuts across the board, with the top corporate tax rate going from 35 percent to 20 percent. That, despite the fact more than half of corporations pay no income tax at all, thanks to a tangled forest of tax loopholes and an
They say driverless cars are the wave of the future. Future? They’re already here. Everywhere. Just the other day I saw one. I was driving south on Hwy. 10 when a pickup truck passed me. I glanced over, then glanced again, my jaw dropping open. There was no driver! What the heck? A ghost? Within a couple seconds, the driver
Throughout the last year, we’ve seen numerous protests against symbols of the United States. There have been criticisms of the flag, the national anthem and against some of the Founding Fathers. Some of these concerns do have merit, but if we’re not careful, even more topics will come under attack. The question that’s even now being proposed is, is it