Charles ‘Chuck’ G. Schafer, 89, of Sauk Rapids

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Charles “Chuck” G. Schafer, 89 Sauk Rapids Jan. 29, 1929-Aug. 11, 2018 Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 18 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Sauk Rapids, celebrating the life of Charles “Chuck” G. Schafer, 89, of Sauk Rapids who died at the St. Cloud Hospital on Saturday, Aug. 11. The Rev. David Hinz will officiate and

St. Joseph Council members heat up over cooling system

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by Dave DeMars news@thenewsleaders.com The Aug. 6 meeting of the St. Joseph City Council started smoothly enough before Mayor Rick Schultz and Council member Bob Loso began questioning Public Works Director Terry Thene. At issue was the heating and cooling system in the new city office building in which they were conducting the meeting. The building, which houses council and

Drop box built for used flags

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A drop box for used American flags was installed on June 14, Flag Day, at the American Legion Club in St. Joseph. The box for collecting used flags was built and installed by Lee Eisenschenk. In 1937, the American Legion national convention passed a resolution encouraging the proper disposal of a flag that is no longer fit to be displayed.

Shoe Bus joins Fare for All

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The Shoe Bus will be part of the Monday, Aug. 13, Fare for All program. The event runs from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at Resurrection Lutheran Church, 610 CR 2. Fare For All has teamed with Good in the Hood to support their Shoe Away Hunger Campaign. Gently used shoes will be available for purchase. Adult shoes cost $5 and children’s shoes go

City anticipates major water-supply charges

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by Dennis Dalman news@thenewsleaders.com The water-treatment plant on the east side of Sartell may be doomed to demolition, which is a likely outcome as part of the city’s proposed short- and long-term Comprehensive Water Plan. Constructed in 1992, the plant is the oldest of Sartell’s three treatment plants. It would cost up to $2 million or perhaps more to make