by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org A child-care educational facility has expressed an interest in possibly purchasing St. Joseph’s former Kennedy Elementary School and an adjacent parcel of land. The facility has expressed interest in submitting a bid to buy the facility. No details have been finalized yet and so the name of the facility cannot be made public, according to St.
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com This year, Halloween fun may come with Covid virus risks that parents should be aware of, according to the National Centers for Disease Control and the Minnesota Department of Health. It is not advised to hold trick-or-treat events with large groups, costume parties, haunted houses, hayrides/tractor rides and other large-crowd events. All of those are considered
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org The City of St. Joseph will finally have an extra storage building for its public-works department. At its Oct. 5 city council meeting, it was announced that there is a buyer’s agreement for a building that is adjacent just north of the current public-works facility on property north of the Coborn’s grocery store. The purchase price
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com From the Rox to the Sox. For many days, Joey Stock lived in an anxious mood, practically glued to his phone and jumping every time it rang. One day in late summer, his mother, Lori, was helping him pack for a trip to Milwaukee where he planned to start graduate studies and play baseball for the
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org The Sartell-Sauk Rapids MOMS Club is comprised of women with a wide variety of life experiences. There are teachers, photographers, musicians and all manner of skills, talents, professions; some are stay-at-home moms; others have jobs away from home. Those differences enhance the dynamic cohesion of the group whose members all have the same ultimate aim. “The
Property taxes are proposed to decrease for some residences in St. Joseph next year in spite of a 2 percent increase in the total levy figure. In 2021, residents will see a 3 percent decrease in the urban tax rate. The city will levy a total of $2,957,875 in property taxes in 2021, up about $65,000, or 2 percent, from