Retired Sartell firefighters are eager and willing to help senior citizens change their smoke-detector batteries. Some seniors have trouble changing batteries because of age, disabilities or trouble in figuring out how to put the batteries in the gizmos. Members of Retired Firefighters Engine Co. 844 have scheduled two time blocks for battery-changing: Oct. 1-5 and Oct. 15-19. Any senior who
The Sartell Sabres began their season with a winning start Friday when they defeated St. Cloud Apollo Eagles 6-0 at Husky Field. It was the first game for new coach Bruce Hentges, who was appointed to that position after long-time Head Coach John Ross bowed out last year. Assistant coaches are Mike Holman and Jerome Nemanich. This year’s Sabres senior
A bit of research would show voters just how unnecessary are the two amendments that will be on Minnesota ballots in the Nov. 6 election. One of them, the ban same-sex marriage amendment, is ridiculously redundant because Minnesota already has a law barring same-sex marriage. In the enlightened, progressive State of Minnesota, legislators ought to be working to overturn that law,
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s speech at the Republican Convention was everything his supporters hoped for – and then some. He was very convincing as a nice guy who was formed by a loving family, a good work ethic and a deep faith in his religion. That speech was – for the most part – by far the best one I
Bradley Wolfe Sartell At a time when our country needs jobs, there is no better candidate for U.S. Congress in the 6th District than Jim Graves. He has proven his ability to create jobs by successfully creating and running a hotel business for many years. Also, the jobs he has created have been good ones – even the hotel-workers’ union
[media-credit name=”contributed photo” align=”alignleft” width=”225″][/media-credit] Seth Sharbono gets to sing and dance four songs as a “Town Kid” in the comedy-musical “Hairspray.” by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org When Seth Sharbono auditioned for a role in the musical production of “Hairspray,” he had his fingers crossed for days, hoping he’d get a role – any role. Hairspray opens Sept. 7 at the
The Alzheimer’s Association is in need of volunteers to help with its annual St. Cloud Walk to End Alzheimer’s scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 29. Volunteers will help with parking, greet participants as they arrive, register attendants, refreshment and merchandise table, as count walk participants and water station attendants. Many volunteers are needed to help make this event a huge success.
There certainly seems to be a resurgence of excitement about Sartell realizing its dream of a city community center. A proposal unveiled at the last city council meeting might end up going nowhere. That proposal would involve the city using the Benton-Stearns Education building as a center. Not a “dream” center, to be sure, but a functional building that could