Jeremy Snoberger, Jason Nies, Patrick Marushin, Lesa Kramer, Pam Raden, and Amanda Byrd Sartell-St. Stephen school board members. We wanted to take a moment to thank all of our teachers, staff and administration in the Sartell-St Stephen school district for the amazing way that they have stepped up to serve our students and community in this difficult and unprecedented time.
If you have a tip concerning a crime, call the Sartell Police Department at 320-251-8186 or Tri-County Crime Stoppers at 320-255-1301, or access its tip site at tricountycrimestoppers.org. Crime Stoppers offers rewards up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for a crime. March 24 6:25 p.m. No pay customer. Seventh Street N. A
by Mike Knaak firstname.lastname@example.org There’s more to running a food truck than just what’s cooking. Sartell High School’s culinary arts students are learning how much more. Teacher Joseph Vanek led students through not only menu planning, but marketing, budgeting and hiring employees. Before the coronavirus pandemic upset the school schedule, the students’ efforts were to end with a Food Truck
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. ••• by Imam Asad Zaman Executive Director of Muslim American Society of Minnesota and Co-Founder of the Muslim Coalition
WhiteBox Marketing recently accepted five 2020 American Advertising Awards for work completed during the 2019 calendar year. The annual American Advertising Awards are hosted by the American Advertising Federation of Central Minnesota and recognizes the talent of local marketers and advertisers who submit their work for professional judging. Carrie Karki of Sartell is president and founder of WhiteBox Marketing. BankVista
Social distancing. Shelter in place. Distance learning. Self-quarantine. Ventilators. N95s. When will our vocabulary, not to mention our lives, go back to normal? The day will come when this crisis will be behind us. But we shouldn’t go back to normal. The coronavirus pandemic revealed weaknesses and opportunities in our social and economic life that need attention. Many of us
The president planned to address the nation on a spring Sunday night and speak to an urgent crisis. How he should manage the crisis had deeply divided the country. The president suffered from a huge credibility gap with voters. And it was an election year. After speaking for about 40 minutes, the president shocked the audience, including his closest advisers.