Refugee/immigrant news: summer soccer league planned

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Tani waa kuu muhiim adiga.  Fadlan aqri. Ogeysiis!  Importante para Usted, por favor léalo. Please read! Announcements brought to you by Cultural Bridges of St. Joseph, a committee of Central Minnesota Community Empowerment Organization. We are dedicated to ease your transition into our community. ••• Cultural Bridges is sponsoring a summer soccer program for all children who live in and around St. Joseph.

How to stay safe from Covid-19 infection

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by Dennis Dalman The following are prevention tips on how to best stay safe from the Covid-19 virus. These tips are based on information from the National Centers for Disease Control, based in Atlanta. Wash hands repeatedly all day with soap and hot water, and avoid touching one’s face. Do not shake hands or give hugs. Try to maintain

Accurate census headcount vital for Minnesota

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This count really counts. In the past 10 days, most people received a letter from the U.S. Census Bureau asking for participation in the 2020 Census. While public health stories dominate the daily news, the census deserves some attention too. Every 10 years, the federal government counts how many people live here. Governments use that data to fund and plan

Do your part to keep voting efficient and secure

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Based on the number of citizens who turned out, Minnesota’s March 3 Presidential Nominating Primary was a success. This year’s primary was the first since 1956 that binds the parties to the election results. For years, Minnesota’s political parties chose their candidates at precinct caucuses where participants literally stood up for their candidates. Parties conducted caucuses this year but the

March 20 – Town criers

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Sartell Summer Baseball registration now open The 2020 Summer Sartell Baseball Registration is open. Please go to to register. Find more information by following us on Facebook. Sartell Swarm seeks participants The Sartell Swarm 2020 summer season registration is open now through May 15 (6U and 8U). Fastpitch softball teams for girls ages preK-18 will be formed by grade for school

City of St. Stephen advertisement of bids: parks lawn mowing

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The City of St. Stephen is now accepting bids for the mowing of its parks for the year 2020.  The City will accept bids from today until 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 31, 2020. The following information should be included in the bid: Company name, address, phone number and proof of insurance. Mowing, trimming and blowing of grass is required at

Mayor asks for community support

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by Ryan Fitzthum Sartell mayor As businesses and residents are reeling from the effects of Covid-19, the city of Sartell is taking a stance on support and encouragement.  Sartell mayor Ryan Fitzthum has asked the community to join together and use #SartellSupport to show community connectedness and support during this time.  “I have spent the past few days connecting with