Making new plans for celebrating July 4

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by Cori Hilsgen St. Joseph residents and visitors won’t be doing their traditional rockin’ to the beat of the Joetown Rocks performers, viewing the annual parade or attending the Church of St. Joseph festival this year and many residents who usually attend the events are trying to determine how they will spend the Fourth of July holiday. Concert co-chairman

Farmers Market Bounty

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photo by Carolyn BertschBen Marlette and Pamela Sukhum, both of Sartell, stroll through the St. Joseph Farmers Market June 19 with a bag full of fresh greens. photo by Carolyn BertschLaura Hartog and her son Owen, 5, both of Avon, hurry to the ice cream tent June 19 at the St Joseph Farmers Market. photo by Carolyn BertschThe St. Joseph

Refugee/immigrant news: after college, woman wants to start education business

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Tani waa kuu muhiim adiga.  Fadlan aqri. Ogeysiis!  Importante para Usted, por favor léalo. Please read! Announcements brought to you by Cultural Bridges of St. Joseph, a committee of Central Minnesota Community Empowerment Organization. We are dedicated to ease your transition into our community. ••• by Melisa Dick Hodan Ahmed was featured in this column a year ago. This column will provide a

Photo gallery: Peace Painting event

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by Carolyn Bertsch Artists of all abilities gather together to paint June 19. A Peace Painting event at Riverside Park in St. Cloud was hosted by Antoinette McCarthy of No Limit Painting in St. Cloud and Towanda Ashley-Reid of Tee Painting in St. Joseph. The two artists were inspired through recent events to try to bring people together peacefully

Council approves remote meeting equipment

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by Mike Knaak The St. Joseph City Council approved updating its video equipment so council members and the public can have remote access to meetings. The council first considered the $7,200 plan at its June 1 meeting but decided to delay a decision to gather more information about alternative systems. There’s a greater need for remote access by council