by Dennis Dalman email@example.com This time of year, you see in your yard a cat that looks lost, as if it’s looking for something to eat, for a warm place to cuddle up, for a shelter from the storm. After some thought, you decide maybe to try to capture it to save its life. But then what? The first thing
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org Candidates elected to the St. Cloud School Board are all happy they won and upbeat about serving on the board starting in 2021. The winners include two St. Joseph residents – Scott Andreasen and re-elected incumbent Al Dahlgren. Two other incumbents, Shannon Haws and Monica Segura-Schwartz, were selected by voters from a slate of seven candidates.
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com The “new” St. Joseph City Council will have two recently elected members starting next year – a long-term incumbent and a newcomer. Incumbent Bob Loso and newcomer Kelly Beniek won the election over four other candidates for the two seats on the council. Those contenders were incumbent Troy Goracke, Carmie Mick, Paul Orvis and Mike Osterman.
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org One July day, Jen Steinkopf, of Sartell, was up on a scaffold painting a giant butterfly on a brick building in downtown St. Cloud when she felt as if someone was staring at her. From her height on the scaffold, she looked east and west up and down the narrow alley. Nobody there. Then she looked
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com Knowing how to administer CPR is important because it can keep people experiencing cardiac arrest alive until they receive help to start their hearts again. A free CPR course is being offered from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 12 at the Sartell Community Center (Liberty Room). The course also will include an introduction to using
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org For the upcoming holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas, the Celebration Lutheran Church in Sartell plans to give meal kits and other forms of helpful kits to people in need. Organizers of the relief program are requesting people donate items for the kits, which include meal kits, household cleaning kits, hygiene kits and baby-care kits. “We are always
by Dennis Dalman email@example.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
The grave-tender assured me the buried writer really was an atheist. It was a summer day about 30 years ago when I drove to Sauk Centre’s Greenwood Cemetery to see the grave of novelist Sinclair Lewis. Wandering in the cemetery row to row, I had no idea where to find the grave. Then, out of nowhere appeared an older man,