4 file for 3 school board seats

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by Mike Knaak editor@thenewsleaders.com Four people have filed for three seats on the Sartell-St. Stephen school board. Taryn Gentile, Patricia Meling and Matthew Moehrle will join incumbent Jason Nies on the Nov. 3 ballot. Two incumbents whose terms are expiring, Lesa Kremer and Pam Raden, did not file for re-election. Board members serve four-year terms.

Buckvold, Schultz file for St. Joseph mayor

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by Mike Knaak editor@thenewsleaders.com Rick Schultz will be challenged by current City Council member Anne Buckvold in the contest for St. Joseph mayor. Six people have filed for two City Council seats. Incumbents Troy Goracke and Bob Loso will be joined on the ballot by Kelly Beniek, Carmie Mick, Paul Orvis and Mike Osterman. The mayor serves a two-year term

Filings open for school board, township, St. Stephen city offices

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Filings open Tuesday, July 28, for candidates for the Sartell-St. Stephen school board and the St. Stephen City Council and mayor. Three school board positions are open. School board members serve four-year terms. The terms of current school board members Jason Nies, Lesa Kramer and Pam Raden end this year. Affidavits of Candidacy are available from the school district clerk,

Filings open for St. Joseph city offices

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Filings open Tuesday, July 28, for candidates for the St. Joseph City Council and mayor. Voters will elect a mayor for a two-year term. Two City Council seats are up for election. Council members serve four-year terms. Those seats are currently held by Troy Goracke and Bob Loso. The filing period ends Tuesday, Aug. 11. The general election is Nov.

Absentee voting for Aug. 11 primary begins

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Absentee voting for the Aug. 11 primary election is underway. Because of the current pandemic, residents who wish to vote by absentee are encouraged to request an absentee ballot online at mnvotes.org. To vote absentee by mail, voters should apply for an absentee ballot online at mnvotes.org or contact the Auditor-Treasurer’s office and an application will be mailed or faxed.