May 29 Town Criers

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Students will return to campuses this fall The College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University plan to reopen their campuses with the first day of classes scheduled for Aug. 31, subject to state and federal health guidelines. Both campuses have plans for testing, tracing and, as needed, separating. Places for isolation and quarantine have been identified and there will

May 15 Town Criers

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Apollo, Tech diplomas will be mailed to seniors After receiving guidance from the Minnesota Department of Education, the St. Cloud school district canceled plans for a scaled down graduation ceremony for Apollo and Tech seniors. The new plans call for diplomas to be mailed in June. The district hopes to bring seniors and families together for an event at the

May 1 Town Criers

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Make cards for health care workers, first responders Show support and thanks to essential workers from the safety of your home by creating a note of thanks and United Way will deliver it. Visit www.unitedwayhelps.org and click on the Covid-19 Resources page to complete the thank-you form. Help families in crisis Consider becoming a volunteer for the St. Cloud Area

April 17 Town Criers

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Fare for All drive-thru service Fare for All will have special drive-thru service from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Monday, April 20, at Resurrection Lutheran Church, 610 CR 2, St. Joseph. Fare For All offers groceries, produce and meat for up to 40 percent off retail prices. Attention parents of 2020 graduates Parents of 2020 grads and home-schooled students are encouraged to submit

April 3 Criers

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Governor to deliver State of State address Gov. Tim Walz recently announced he will deliver his second State of the State address on Sunday, April 5, beginning at 7 p.m. The address will be delivered live from the Governor’s Residence and can be watched on YouTube Live. “COVID-19 presents an unprecedented hardship to our state, but Minnesotans always rise to

March 20 – Town Criers

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Sartell Summer Baseball registration now open The 2020 Summer Sartell Baseball Registration is open. Please go to SartellBaseball.com to register. Find more information by following us on Facebook. Sartell Swarm seeks participants The Sartell Swarm 2020 summer season registration is open now through May 15 (6U and 8U). Fastpitch softball teams for girls ages preK-18 will be formed by grade for school

March 6 Town Criers

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K of C dinner set March 8 for Pregnancy Resource Center A spaghetti dinner and silent auction ultrasound fundraiser, sponsored by St. Cloud Area Knights of Columbus, will be from 5-7 p.m. Sunday, March 8, at the Eagles Club, 730 41st Ave. N., St. Cloud. Dinner is a free-will donation with all proceeds benefitting the Pregnancy Resource Center to help

Feb. 21 Town Criers

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SYHA Raffle: $41,00 in prizes Sartell Youth Hockey is now conducting its annual Scheels raffle with a grand prize of $1,499.99; 100 prizes in total; 1:20 odds. Winners can choose the awarded firearm, with proper credentials, or a gift card for the awarded value. The gift card is redeemable for any merchandise in the St. Cloud store. Tickets may be