Local CMYS U16 boys soccer travel team Thunder wins championship against Ecuador at Schwan’s Cup Alexandra Murray of Sartell recently graduated with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in neuroscience from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. Murray is the daughter of Judy and Michael Murray and attended Sartell High School. She will begin the doctorate program this August at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
contributed photo After winning first-place at regionals at Hinckley last week, the Sartell Muskies are heading to the state tournament at Delano on Saturday, Aug. 24. Team members include the following: (kneeling, left to right) Jace Otto, Andrew Deters, Travis Weaver, Drew LaBeaux, Jake Sweeter, Shawn Schoen and Rob Voshell; (standing) Dan O’Connell, Brian Schellinger, Tony Schmitz, David Deminsky, Luke
I’ve never been one to do things easily. When I was in elementary school, my librarian couldn’t feed me enough books. I devoured them with a vengeance and enjoyed every minute of it. During my high school years, I wasn’t satisfied to just attend school (with decent grades I might add). I had to be part of a touring choir
Ruth Bollig, Sartell The extent of your understanding of the plight of women and the bias they withstood in the early 1900s is amazing to me. I lived through that time, in fact, I lived almost a generation before Millie Moran’s writings in her book “Socially Challenged.” Your editorial Aug. 9, 2013 about “Just the way it was back then”
Market Monday partners on building project Market Monday, the Central Minnesota Sustainability Project and Cherrico Pottery will partner to host a community coil building project at farmers’ market on Monday. Come and help create a large planter. Market Monday is held from 3-6:30 p.m. at City Hall. Sartell baseball to hold gopher state tryouts Tryouts for 2014 Gopher State
Michael Jacobs, St. Joseph, was a member of the local CMYS U16 Boys travel team Thunder which recently won the championship against Ecuador at a weeklong Schwans Cup Competition in Blaine. The Schwans Cup is the greatest international youth soccer tournament in the Western Hemisphere. The event showcases more than 950 teams and 14,000 soccer players from more than 20 states and
The St. Joseph Fire Department hosted a controlled burn Aug. 3 at the Idzerda House, located on the south end of the College of St. Benedict campus. A controlled burn is when a fire department burns a structure to practice and prepare for firefighting. Avon, Waite Park and St. Cloud Technical College students also participated in the event. Various practice burns