by TaLeiza Calloway – firstname.lastname@example.org Plans continue to take shape to bring a winter community event to St. Joseph next month. St. Joseph Park Board members voted at their last meeting to host Joe Town-Snow Town, a fun-filled outdoor event aimed at bringing the community together and getting people in the parks. The date of the event is Feb. 16.
Moeller recognized for fostering science and math literacy at St. Joseph school Diane Moeller, principal of Kennedy Community School, St. Joseph, has been named 2013 Science and Mathematics Elementary and Middle Level Principal of the Year. Created through a partnership between the Science Museum of Minnesota and the Minnesota Elementary School Principals’ Association, the award recognizes the vital importance of
Of all the New Year’s resolutions that have been made, very few lists contain “Use the Internet less in 2013.” That resolution, perhaps, should be at or near the top of everyone’s resolutions list. There are some interesting studies being done that seem to indicate an alarming number of people have developed, more or less, a virtual addiction to Internet
My fellow Americans, tyranny is at hand! If they ban assault weapons, a new Hitler is going to crush our freedom-loving America! If they limit weapons, next they’ll take our huntin’ guns away! Soon, we won’t be able to defend our homes, our lives! Sound familiar? “They” are the black-hatted villains of Big Government. “Our” includes the gun-totin’ heroes with
Cold and flu season is inevitable. It happens every year. Making it through this dreadful season without catching either is a different story. Minnesota is in the middle of one of the most severe flu outbreaks in several years, according to the Minnesota Department of Health. More than 1,100 people have been hospitalized with flu-like symptoms statewide this season. Twenty-three
by Ron Marquette, Sartell It started out a normal Connecticut school day in December, with anticipation of Christmas in the air – children happy with futures full of promise and life fair. Who could have imagined what would take place that morning – the horror – when evil came crashing through the door. A gun was drawn and 20 innocent
Dec. 9 9 p.m. Medical. Third Avenue SE. Officers responded to assist a 93-year-old male who fell inside the house with possible broken hip and leg. Officer arrived and found patient sitting in a chair and stating his leg and hip hurt a little bit. Assisted St. Joseph Rescue and Gold Cross. God Cross transported to St. Cloud Emergency Room.
If any readers have tips concerning crimes, they should call the Sartell Police Department at 251-8186 or Tri-County Crime Stoppers at 255-1301 or access its tip site at www.tricountycrimestoppers.org. Crime Stoppers offers rewards up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for crimes. Jan. 2 1:04 a.m. Theft. Pinecone Road. Sometime between 9 p.m.