by Dennis Dalman – firstname.lastname@example.org The four Sartell runners who participated in the Boston Marathon April 15 are thankfully all safe and sound, according to several sources. The four are Jereme Fimrite, Shane Johnson, Curt Karolus and Laura Nordby. The area near the finish line of Monday’s Boston Marathon, usually the scene of much jubilation, instantly turned into a horrifying
Residents will have a chance to take a day trip to the Minnesota State Capitol Thursday, April 25. Sponsored by the Sartell-St. Stephen Community Education program, the tour costs $30 per person. Buses will leave at 8 a.m. and return at 6 p.m. The trip will include a tour of the historic Capitol building and also the Minnesota Judiciary Center.
Courtney Goulet, Sartell Mr. Dalman, as a response to your recent article about Obamacare, I would like to tell you I am surprised you are very against Michelle Bachmann who is trying to not allow Obamacare to pass, yet by the end of your article, you don’t appear to be sold on the idea yourself. You said yourself it’s only
by Dennis Dalman – email@example.com As she looks forward to running in the Boston Marathon, Laura Nordby of Sartell feels a mixture of nervousness and excitement. It will be the Sartell woman’s first time in the world-famous event. “I’m nervous, thinking this can’t be real,” she said. “But I’m very excited after all I’ve heard about the Boston marathon.” Nordby is
by Dennis Dalman – firstname.lastname@example.org Pastor Doug Vagle was stunned with surprise when one day recently someone showed up at his office carrying balloons and telling him he has been honored as “Sartell Citizen of the Year” by the Sartell Area Chamber of Commerce. Vagle was stunned and surprised because he never expects to be rewarded for the kinds of service
by Dennis Dalman – email@example.com One morning recently, Ron Hurd was enjoying a morning ritual – having a chat session and coffee with his retired buddies – when a woman popped in holding a bunch of balloons. To Hurd’s surprise, the woman from the Sartell Area Chamber of Commerce announced to Hurd he had been selected as the chamber’s “Sartell Senior
[/media-credit] Minnesota State Trooper Tony Mazzone talks with a student following an assembly April 5 at Sartell High School. Mazzone visited the school to share insights about the dangers of distracted driving, including texting while driving. He also emphasized the importance of the driver and all passengers in a vehicle wearing seatbelts.
by Dennis Dalman – firstname.lastname@example.org Emergency-response women will strut down the runway, modeling their responder gear, during a fashion show called “Response Couture” from 4-6 p.m. Monday, April 15 in the ballroom near the Gorecki Center on the campus of the College of St. Benedict. If the weather is decent, the event may take place outdoors. “Response Couture” is free and