The Newsleader yard gets a facelift

Cady SehnertNews, St. Joseph0 Comments

photo by Tara Wiese Blake Schwegel saws a dead pine tree from the backyard of the Newsleader office. He also removed a tree that was leaning against the building that could've damaged its structure.

photo by Tara Wiese
Schwegel saws a dead pine tree from the backyard of the Newsleader office. He also removed a tree that was leaning against the building that could’ve damaged its structure.

photo by Tara Wiese Blake Schwegel, owner of Schwegel's Landscaping and Snow Removal LLC, trims branches from a maple tree in front of the Newsleader office on June 6. Schwegel trimmed several trees, removing branches that could prove dangerous to the building during inclement weather. For an additional photo, see page X.

photo by Tara Wiese
Blake Schwegel, owner of Schwegel’s Landscaping and Snow Removal LLC, trims branches from a maple tree in front of the Newsleader office on June 6. Schwegel trimmed several trees, removing branches that could prove dangerous to the building during inclement weather.

Author: Cady Sehnert

Sehnert is a 2014 graduate of the College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University with a degree in Political Science and Communications. She currently works as the operations assistant at the St. Joseph, Sartell-St. Stephen and Sauk Rapids-Rice Newsleaders. In her spare time, she enjoys nature walks, watching subtitled films, spontaneous explorations and being a supportive cat mother.

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