Clarification A story about school bullying published in the Dec. 22 Sartell-St. Stephen Newsleader needs a clarification. The story was headlined as “Held wishes bullies would stop, but they don’t.” The Sartell boy who was bullied and his parents did not mean to imply the HERO anti-bullying program the boy is promoting is their own conception. They only want to
Two St. Joseph students were recently named to the fall dean’s list at North Dakota State University, Fargo. They are the following: Ethan Schatz, medical laboratory science; and Jeremy Warzecka, mechanical engineering. Students must earn a minimum 3.50 grade-point average or higher to qualify for the honor. Kristi Bohlig of St. Joseph was among 32 students to begin the clinical
Lions International names Peace Poster Contest winners Twenty students from the North Junior High seventh-grade art class have entries in the International Lions annual Peace Poster Contest. The entries were judged by the St. Joseph Lions Club at a recent meeting. First-place winner Elizabeth Ernst received $75, second-place winner Jayden McCain received $50, and third-place winner (tie) Jacyln Khongloth and Tamala
New permit approved for hauling road-construction materials A new increased weight-limit special permit for road construction materials is now available for use on Stearns County roads. Companies and persons hauling road-construction materials such as asphalt, concrete, aggregates and recycled road materials will now be able to haul up to 90,000 pounds gross vehicle weight on six or more axles and
Builders association donates to 17 area high school technology programs Central Minnesota Builders Association has seen an amplified level of interest by technology instructors to participate in Tools for Schools, an educational project developed in 2004 by the CMBA to increase the skills of students and promote the benefits of working in the building industry as a career. This year
Country Manor staff surprise 105 nursing home residents with unexpected gifts for Christmas It can be hard to get in the Christmas spirit when you’re away from your loved ones during the holidays.But the staff at Country Manor Nursing Home made sure its residents felt extra special during this holiday season.
Alexis Mollner, a graduate of Sartell High School, recently graduated from St. Cloud State University. She received a bachelor’s degree in accounting, graduating with honors. Mollner has accepted a position with CliftonLarsinAllen. Her parents are Karrie and Kent Mollner and and her sister is Madison, all of Sartell. Two Sartell students recently graduated with master’s degrees from Minnesota State University,
Local truck driver receives award Ernie Malisheske, St. Joseph, was recently awarded the One Million Mile’s without an Accident Award from Daggett Truck Line and Daggett Truck Line’s insurance carrier Great West Casualty. Truck driver Malisheske has been with Daggett since September of 2006 and has since accrued more than 1.6-million miles with the company. He has also been awarded