Creekside Buffet opens in Riverside Plaza

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by Dennis Dalman news@thenewsleaders.com The Creekside Buffet and Restaurant opened on Election Day in Sartell’s Riverside Plaza, and its owner, Chad Gross of St. Cloud, said his business has received “overwhelmingly positive” comments from the community. Creekside is at 101 Seventh Ave. N. in the same building where the Cornerstone Restaurant and Buffet once did business. Starting a new restaurant

Nov. 13 St. Joseph people

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  Annette Atkins, professor emerita at College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University, was named a historian laureate by the Stearns County Board of Commissioners at its Nov. 3 meeting. The honor recognizes her professionalism, zest for history, and more than 30 years of service promoting the rich history of Stearns County and Central Minnesota. A historian laureate promotes the

Nov 13 STL People

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Spencer Meier, Sartell, has been named Huskies’ team captain for the upcoming 2020-21 season of St. Cloud State University men’s hockey.  A 6-4, 212-pound junior defenseman, Meier begins his third season on the Huskies’ blueline in 2020-21. Meier played prep hockey at Sartell High School and junior hockey with Fargo in the USHL. A two-time Academic All-NCHC award recipient, Meier

One of us? Fearmongering not MN nice

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 by Heidi L. Everett, editor Stoking fear of others was rampant in Minnesota’s Congressional campaigns this year. On Sept. 11, 2020, then-candidate Michelle Fischbach launched her campaign’s latest 30-second commercial to promote her bid for Minnesota’s 7th Congressional District. The storyboard The commercial opens with images of the World Trade Center Towers burning on 9/11. This is immediately followed by

Nov. 13 Town criers

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Holiday market is canceled The Sartell Historical Society has cancelled its Holiday Market, originally scheduled Nov. 14, due to COVID concerns. Select items from the sale will be available for cash and carry starting the week of Nov. 23 through mid-December. Stop by the Sartell Community Center, 850 19th St. S., during normal hours, to view and purchase what items

Electoral College ensures fair representation

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Richard G. Schaefer Sartell In their wisdom, the United States Founders created the Electoral College to ensure the States were fairly represented. Why should one or two densely populated areas speak for the whole nation? There are 3,141 counties in the United States. [In the 2016 election], Trump won 3,084 of them. Clinton won 57. There are 62 counties in

City of St. Stephen Truth in Taxation hearing

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CITY OF ST. STEPHEN TRUTH IN TAXATION HEARING The St. Stephen City Council will review the proposed 2021 budget at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020 in the St. Stephen City Hall Council Chamber, 2 Sixth Ave. SE, St. Stephen. The public is welcome to attend this public hearing. /s/ Julie Jacobs City of St. Stephen City Clerk Dated: Nov.