Heroes in Boston are definition of true courage

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(Editor’s note: These reflections on the Boston Marathon bombings and the aftermath were submitted to the Sartell Newsleader by Shane Johnson, one of four Sartell residents who ran in the Boston Marathon.) by Shane Johnson, Sartell There are moments in life, and then there are moments: Those spellbinding times when the world seems to stand still as an experience imprints

They are the true ‘gutless wonders’

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Phil Ringstrom, Sartell This isn’t a game! As I sit and watch the courage of the victims and families of Sandy Hook and the firefighters and first responders of West Texas and the populace of the Boston area, I see true grit and patriotism. None of the civilian base responded with assault weapons or armed themselves to prevent these tragedies.

April 26 Sartell

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON A PROPOSAL FOR THE ISSUANCE OF REVENUE BONDS TO FINANCE A SENIOR HOUSING PROJECT (COUNTRY MANOR CAMPUS LLC PROJECT) Notice is hereby given the City Council of the City of Sartell, Minn. (the “City”), will meet in the City Council Chambers at the Sartell City Hall, in the City of Sartell, Minn., at 7 p.m.

April is, indeed, ‘the cruelest month’

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T.S. Eliot began his 1922 poem, The Waste Land, with these words: “April is the cruelest month, breeding lilacs out of the dead land, mixing memory and desire, stirring dull roots with spring rain.” Eliot had no idea what a “cruel” April is. He obviously wasn’t a Minnesotan. If he could live here this April, he’d be singing a different

March 15 Sartell

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  Taylor Welle, Sartell, has been accepted to and has chosen to attend the University of Minnesota, Morris. Welle, a 2013 graduate of Becker High School will attend Morris beginning fall 2013. He is the recipient of an achievement scholarship, which is based on academic accomplishments and is renewable up to four years.   Two Sartell students recently graduated from the