by TaLeiza Calloway firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
by TaLeiza Calloway email@example.com The St. Joseph Saints baseball team started off strong May 20 against the Cold Spring Springers but in the end couldn’t keep the momentum to maintain the lead. The Saints lost to the Springers 3-12 at Springer Park in Cold Spring. It was the team’s first loss of the season after winning three of their first
by Cori Hilsgen firstname.lastname@example.org Glenn Hommerding is a “family man” who has spent many years supporting and standing by his family, but now he is being supported by them. Hommerding was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis in autumn 2010. ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a disease of the nerve cells that are in the spinal cord and
Don Cornelius. Whitney Houston. Dick Clark. Donna Summer. All passed away this year. All were stars in their own right. It seems lately, each time one turns on the television or reads the newspaper, he or she learns of another celebrity who has passed away. I don’t know if it’s just me, but it seems like this has become the
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com The Waite Park mail-processing center will be on the chopping block, after all. It will be consolidated at a Minneapolis location in February 2013. That news was confirmed May 22 by the Newsleader in an interview with Pete Nowacki, U.S. Postal Service spokesman based in Minneapolis. Nowacki said the Waite Park facility will continue as a
When personal choices impinge adversely on the public’s welfare, when does society have the right to pass a law to prevent that? Of course, that’s an age-old question that even the ancient Greeks used to ponder a lot. But it’s a question well worth pondering again when it comes to motorcyclists who choose not to wear helmets. One of our
Column by Candi Valasity Everyone at some point has had a neighbor they can’t tolerate. They seem to be numerous and unavoidable, but if being a neighbor from Hell were an Olympic event, mine would have a wall of gold, silver and bronze medals. At one apartment I lived in I couldn’t have anything on the wall because the bass
A brat sale, sponsored by the Y2K Lions will be held from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, May 25 and from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday May 26 at the St. Joseph Meat Market. Proceeds will be donated toward the purchase of flower baskets to be hung on St. Joseph city lamp posts throughout downtown this summer.