Resurfacing will begin on CR 133 between St. Joseph and Sartell on Tuesday, June 2. The work will approximately take two to three weeks to complete. Expect lane closures if driving through the area, according to the Stearns County Highway Department. Drivers should find alternate routes, expect delays and use caution while traveling through the work zone area.
A St. Stephen woman was injured in a two-vehicle collision on Saturday night. The collision happened at the intersection of Riverside Avenue N. and 27th Street N. in Le Sauk Township about 8:30 p.m., according to the Stearns County Sheriff’s Department. Shelby Nitz, 20, of St. Stephen was driving north when a car driven east on 27th Street by Nickolas
Sartell High School seniors graduated with a unique drive-in-movie style ceremony in the high school parking lot on May 30. Social distancing guidelines ruled out the traditional indoor event. Families lined up their cars to watch the program on three giant screens and stayed with their vehicles during the event, which featured student speakers, a roll call of graduates and
by Mike Knaak email@example.com The Sartell-St. Stephen Education Foundation campaign for Riverview Intermediate School has reached nearly three-fourths of its goal. As of mid-May, the foundation has raised more than $70,000 of its fundraising goal of $100,000. In addition, the foundation’s projects will be boosted by a matching grant of up to $100,000 from Pat Lynch and Granite Logistics. Even
by Cori Hilsgen firstname.lastname@example.org Without bragging very much about it, Josie Meyer, 91, has been using her quilting skills to help other people for many years. Meyer, who grew up in Sartell, moved to St. Joseph when she married her husband, Cyril, in 1950. She is unsure of the exact year she started quilting but when asked how long she
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com Dave Lumley of Sartell loves to perform music for audiences, but lately he has been doing it for remote listeners via Facebook. Lumley is the Sartell High School band director, a job he’s had for eight years, and like other teachers he now communicates mostly online from his home because of the ongoing virus crisis. On
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org When good buddies Will McCabe and Lawton Miller are suited up with gloves, long sleeves and protective clothing, along with respirator masks on their faces, they look like they’re seeking to eradicate killer viruses. Well, in a way, that’s kind of what they’re doing. They are spraying to kill ticks and mosquitoes, those pesky critters that
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com A Sartell Boy Scout, Lucas Hintgen, has begun a campaign to raise funds to purchase and install a new storage shed at the Sartell Community Garden near Oak Ridge Elementary School. The shed is used for storing tools and supplies for Sartell residents who plant plots in the big garden. If more is raised than needed,