by Dennis Dalman email@example.com The drainage project of Phase II improvements to Champion baseball field in Northside Park can proceed, thanks to an agreement between the City of Sartell and the Sartell Baseball Association and a positive nod from the city council. At its April 9 meeting, the council voted unanimously to provide up to $30,000 in regional half-cent sales-tax
As if concern about economic recovery is not enough to worry about, job seekers have something else to add to their list of woes. Not only do those seeking employment have to think about how to get their resume to the top of a pile, but what they should and should not be asked to disclose during a job interview.
Steve Cornett, Sartell Dennis Dalman’s recent column “Death raises questions in gun-crazed culture” proves once again he is looking at things from a very narrow point of view. The reference to the Stand Your Ground law saying it is unnecessary because “if someone kills an attacker because of imminent threat, that fact can be established through an investigation, resulting in
Did you ever feel as if you are suffocating from compassion burnout? There is too much suffering in the world, and there is nothing – or not much of anything – that any individual, including me, can do about it. Oh, sure, when I’m able to, I contribute some money to this or that good cause. It’s better than doing
Sartell Girls Fastpitch is forming teams for girls ages 10-18. Register online at www.sartellfastpitch.com Deadline is April 11.
The Market will be closed on Easter Sunday, April 8, but will resume regular hours on Monday. Normal hours are as follows: 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturdays; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sundays. Have you checked us out? We’re your local food and art co-op offering organic groceries and products. No membership required. Downtown St. Joseph. www.minnesotastreetmarket.com. 320.363.7733.
Cindy Fox Peternell What’s the hullabaloo about the Titanic lately? Television ads tell us a movie, Titanic 3D, is coming out this week to commemorate its maiden voyage 100 years ago. But, sadly, on April 15, 1912, the Titanic struck an iceberg at 2 a.m. in the northern Atlantic Ocean and sank with its crew and 1,500 passengers. The life
As a garden-variety of scams keeps growing like noxious weeds, it’s difficult to understand why so many people fall for them. How can victims be so gullible? However, in some ways, falling victim to a scam is understandable. For one thing, people are constantly being asked for their Social Security numbers. On the one hand, people are told never, ever