Borghild M. Gabrielson Sartell Feb. 6, 1923 – Dec. 13, 2017 Borghild “Borgie” Mathilde Gabrielson, 94, of Sartell, formerly of Litchfield, Minn., died Dec. 13 at Country Manor Health Care Center, Sartell. Her funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 19 at the Country Manor Chapel, Sartell. Visitation will start at 10 a.m., and a luncheon will follow
When I watched the heartbreaking video of 10-year-old Tom Held, a victim of relentless bullying, I choked up with tears, and I flashed back to my boyhood, feeling a burning sense of shame all over again. That is because during one or two years in grade school I was a bully myself. It was back in the mid-1950s at Washington
During the last few weeks, a lot of national and international attention has been focused on our home state of Minnesota. This attention, though, has not been the kind we would have liked to receive. This is of course due to our embattled Sen. Al Franken, who for several weeks now has been embroiled in a series of sexual-misconduct allegations.
The following official summary of the ordinance referred to has been approved by the City Council of Sartell as clearly informing the public of the intent and effect of the ordinance: CITY OF SARTELL SUMMARY ORDINANCE NO. 2017-15ORD The Council of the City of Sartell hereby ordains: Summary The 2018 Schedule of City Fees is hereby adopted. The fees adopted
Some in the crowd chanted loudly as the man walked past them into a courthouse to plead guilty to a felony charge of lying to the FBI. “Lock him up!” some demonstrators yelled. “Lock him up! Lock him up!” What a fitting, if grim, irony. The man was Michael Flynn, who used to lead crowd warm-up chants of “Lock her
The constant spate of stories about sexual harassment in all of its forms is dispiriting, to say the least. It’s as if some bogeyman had ripped the façade off of civilized society to expose so much rot underneath. Movie producer Harvey Weinstein, two-time Oscar winner Kevin Spacey, beloved down-home author and host Garrison Keillor, politicians, TV newscasters and commentators Bill
This year has been an exciting time for Minnesota football fans. The Vikings are on a roll, multiple wins in a row as of this writing, with a new quarterback and great defense. We’ve beaten several good teams, and are looking to expand our record. Naturally, hushed speculation has emerged. Could Minnesota actually make it to the “the big game?”
by Dave DeMars email@example.com The highlight of the Nov. 20 Sartell-St. Stephen School Board was the presentation of the 2016-17 yearly audit by Nancy Schulzetenberg of Bergan KDV Auditors. The district is doing remarkably well in managing its affairs, according to Schulzetenberg. The complete audit can be found at the following website: http://www.sartell.k12.mn.us/sites/default/files/ckeditor/20170748SartellFinStmDistrict.pdf Some of the key financial highlights included: