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Loretta E. Dullinger, 93 St. Joseph May 15, 1925 – Nov. 25, 2018 Loretta Dullinger, 93, of St. Joseph, died Sunday, Nov. 25 at Quiet Oaks Hospice House, St. Cloud. Her funeral was held Nov. 29 at St. John’s Abbey Catholic Church in Collegeville. The Rev. Ian Donmer, OSB, officiated and burial was in St. John’s Catholic Cemetery in Collegeville.
Winterwalk is tonight in downtown St. Joseph Winterwalk activities will be held Friday, Nov. 30 at Church of St. Joseph, 12 W. Minnesota St. Come for supper and shop at the craft/vendor sales and bake sale all from 4-8 p.m. Stay for the 25-foot tree lighting at 6 p.m. outside on the church grounds. Visit and take a photo with Santa
Rita J. Bruggman, 69, of Sartell died Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018 at Quiet Oaks in St. Cloud. Her funeral was held Nov. 19 at The Waters Church in Sartell. The Rev. Rachel Koubsky officiated. Bruggman was born July 1, 1949 to Oscar and Elizabeth (Helt) Bruggman in Bismarck, North Dakota. She was the youngest of 13 children. She married Randy
Loretta E. Dullinger, 93 St. Joseph May 15, 1925 – Nov. 25, 2018 The funeral for Loretta E. Dullinger, 93, of St. Joseph will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 29 at St. John’s Abbey Catholic Church in Collegeville. Dullinger died Sunday, Nov. 25 at Quiet Oaks Hospice House, St. Cloud. The Rev. Ian Donmer, OSB, will officiate and burial
It’s time to turn the page. The election is over. A record number of voters have spoken. Even nature sent a symbolic message that a new season is here as voters woke up on the morning after the election to find fall replaced by sharp winter winds and snow. The message is clear. Voters told candidates that in races from
After a 150 years, you’d think we would have lost our fascination with firsts. In its Jan. 28, 1869 edition, the St. Cloud Journal reported Carl Christian Schurz was the first German elected to the United States Senate. The good people of Missouri elected Schurz, described as a German revolutionary and American statesman and journalist. After emigrating from Germany, he
After two years of fervent anticipation and excitement by many, the 2018 midterm elections finally came and went here in Minnesota. The final political pitches were given, the polls opened and the votes were cast. At the time of writing there are some races that are still left to be determined. But with the information we have now, we can