Handicapped access to businesses needed

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Juliana Howard, St. Joseph   This month marks the one-year anniversary of my residency in St. Joseph. I am a big promoter of our little town and have nothing but good things to say about it, except one thing. I will frame it as a question and maybe someone can give me an answer. Why, in this vibrant, welcoming community,

Vote yes for strong schools, community, future

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Chanda Larson, Sartell Teaching in a neighboring district, I’ve experienced the stark realities of failed levies: class sizes of 36-40 students, increased special education caseloads, college and AP courses cut, families experiencing difficulties transporting their children to school due to busing cuts and students not able to participate in athletics and activities they love because of increased fees. As a

Letter: Trump’s success will trump Democrats’ hoaxes

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I see our favorite dyed-in-the-wool liberal, Dennis Dalman, has come out of retire-ment to fight against Democratic elections. That’s my take of Dalman’s recent column where he asks if it is time to impeach President Trump. Trump has been investigated for three years and I have yet to hear of one high crime or misdemeanor. There certainly wasn’t a Trump

Volunteer with Cultural Bridges

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Juliana Howard, St. Joseph   My husband and I moved to St. Jo(seph) in August and live at Serenity Place on Seventh, a wonderful assisted-living facility close to Klinefelter Park. I am so pleased to be part of this vibrant community with so much to offer – all within driving distance! I have been volunteering with the ESL/ELL classes at

Spring, what a joy you bring

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Ron Marquette, Sartell Hope springs anew as the sun splashes its warmness on a cold-infested world. The sound of melting, rushing water can be heard as it makes its frantic way down a bustling creek. That cool freshness of the air as it wholly consumes your senses. The contagious laughter of children playing outside can again be heard through an