Dominic F. Ryan, Sartell I didn’t realize socialism was contagious. Or does Ron Scarbro believe the discredited “domino theory” should apply to socialism? Mr. Scarbro, do you realize we live in a nation that dabbles in a little socialism? I thought you sent your children to public schools which is a form of socialism. And aren’t you now reliant on
Sheri Schrock, Cohasset, Minn. I participated in my first Sartell Apple Duathlon on Saturday, May 26 and I would like to thank all the people who stood out in the downpour and the wind for hours to cheer us on, as well as all the volunteers who worked the race. I was freezing for 45 minutes on my bike –
Amy Braig-Lindstrom, Sartell Times are changing and so is the leadership in our community. It is an incredibly exciting time in our town. There are currently two open seats on the School Board and two open seats on the the City Council. Unfortunately, if you haven’t already stepped forward, you’ve missed the deadline to toss your name in the ring
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org Verso paper mill officials have identified the victim of an explosion at its Sartell plant – Jon Michael Maus, 50, of Albany. He is the father of four children. Four others were injured in the explosion, but their injuries were apparently minor as they have all been treated and released at the St. Cloud Hospital. At
by Rosie Court St. Joseph Historical Society Minnesota’s heritage is rich in historical and cultural events. To preserve these events, monuments were constructed throughout the state at designated sites. Located in St. Joseph near Centennial Park is a monument built in 1941 by the federal Works Project Administration. The structure commemorates a blockhouse erected as a defense to protect settlers
by TaLeiza Calloway email@example.com The uncertainty is over. The monument located near Centennial Park is eligible for funding from the Legacy Amendment to assist with preservation efforts. The St. Joseph City Council voted 5-0 to apply for the funding May 17. The estimated cost of the project is about $25,000. The application is due June 1. City staff had been
by TaLeiza Calloway firstname.lastname@example.org Residents could see a slight glow from golden arches as early as this summer after a recent vote by the St. Joseph City Council. While plans to bring a McDonald’s restaurant to St. Joseph are in progress, council members voted 5-0 May 17 to allow the splitting up of land so development of the business can
by TaLeiza Calloway email@example.com A volunteer effort to help beautify the city’s downtown recently got a stamp of approval from the St. Joseph City Council. Elected officials unanimously approved the addition of hanging flower baskets at intersections along Minnesota Street and College Avenue, St. Joseph City Administrator Judy Weyrens said. Volunteers will reimburse the city about $5,500 for the project.