Can-Am Police-Fire Games is looking for you!

sproutadminCriers, Sartell – St. Stephen, St. Joseph0 Comments

Can-Am Police-Fire Games is looking for volunteers the week of June 24-July 1. Would you like the opportunity to connect with police and fire personnel from all over the world? If that is the case, then help staff the 2012 Can-Am Police-Fire Games in St. Cloud. They are looking for individuals who can help make this an exciting and eventful

Road construction started on highway 10

Christian GilmanNews, Sartell – St. Stephen, St. Joseph0 Comments

Highway 10 road construction between Clear Lake and Big Lake continues at a good pace due to the unseasonably warm weather we have been experiencing. Contractors began early this month with the westbound concrete removals, grading work and drainage improvements throughout the entire project. These construction activities will continue throughout the course of the project until completion. Reconstruction work in

Stearns County to hold auction

Christian GilmanCriers, Sartell – St. Stephen, St. Joseph0 Comments

Stearns County is holding a surplus and seized property auction on Saturday, April 28. For sale will be numerous vehicles, a plow truck, dump truck, Harley Davidson motorcycle, and lots and lots of bikes. Computers, file cabinets, shelves, TV, snow blower, golf clubs, tires, folding tables, and tons of miscellaneous items will also be on the auction block. The auction

I-94 westbound lane project through Albertville begins April 23 UB 4/27

sproutadminCriers, Sartell – St. Stephen, St. Joseph0 Comments

Evening lane restrictions expected through May 11 Motorists will encounter delays on westbound Interstate 94 in Albertville between Highway 241 and County Road 19 as construction of the westbound Interstate 94 collector-distributor road project begins. On Monday, April 23, from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. traffic will be reduced to one lane in the westbound direction. Evening lane restrictions are

St. Joseph Farmers’ Market takes break before outdoor season begins

TaLeiza CallowayNews, St. Joseph0 Comments

by TaLeiza Calloway news@thenewsleaders.com The St. Joseph Farmers’ Market is closed. But not for long. The market is taking a break in preparation for its outdoor season. Though April 13 marked the end of the winter market, traffic was steady as young visitors claimed their honey sticks and families purchased meats for dinner and croissants for dessert. The mood was

SJU selects layperson as 13th president

TaLeiza CallowayNews, St. Joseph0 Comments

by TaLeiza Calloway news@thenewsleaders.com St. John’s University will be led by one of their own in the coming months. A search committee selected 1981 alumnus Michael Hemesath to serve as the school’s 13th president – a move that for the first time shifts the 155-year tradition of leadership from that of the monks to a layperson. Hemesath will take his

Input requested for park improvements

TaLeiza CallowayNews, St. Joseph0 Comments

by TaLeiza Calloway news@thenewsleaders.com Residents are invited to the next meeting of the St. Joseph Park Board to share suggestions for future upgrades to Cloverdale Park. Park Board Chairman John Anderson said the board will hold its next meeting at 6.30 p.m. Monday, April 23 at the park, weather permitting, to brainstorm ideas for improvements to the park. An area

Former credit union to be demolished

TaLeiza CallowayNews, St. Joseph0 Comments

by TaLeiza Calloway news@thenewsleaders.com The St. Joseph City Council voted earlier this month to spend about $9,000 to demolish the former Central Minnesota Credit Union building. The move will not only create space for proposed expanded city offices and a community center but is expected to save the city some money, too. St. Joseph City Administrator Judy Weyrens said the