JACQUELINE “JACKIE” J. BURTON, 84SARTELLDEC. 24, 1934-MARCH 7, 2019 Jacqueline “Jackie” J. Burton, age 84, died Thursday, March 7, 2019 in Country Manor Health Care Center in Sartell. Her funeral will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, March 15, in Country Manor Chapel in Sartell. The Chaplain Adam Sohre will officiate and burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery
If you have a tip concerning a crime, call the Sartell Police Department at 320-251-8186 or Tri-County Crime Stoppers at 320-255-1301, or access its tip site at tricountycrimestoppers.org. Crime Stoppers offers rewards up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for a crime. March 6 9:05 p.m. DWI. CR 1. A citizen called in
Question: When is a subsidy not a subsidy? Answer: When the money is used to support public transit, such as Northstar Commuter Rail, Republicans in the state Legislature call the money a subsidy. When it’s used to build highways, the money is an investment. Ten years after the first trains rolled, there’s a serious effort to extend Northstar Commuter to
The field of Democrats who want to be president grows every day with about a dozen announced candidates and several more hinting at a run for a chance to challenge Donald Trump. Lots of attention focuses on the six U.S. Senators who have entered the race. But let’s not forget the mayors running too. Governors, vice-presidents and senators often find
In just a few short months, our newly inaugurated Gov. Tim Walz has had an eventful start to his term. Large amounts of snow and freezing temperatures created an almost statewide shutdown at the end of January. Sen. Amy Klobuchar also declared her campaign for president, bringing a major Minnesota candidate into the race for 2020. But as we enter
Phil Ringstrom, Sartell I believe council member Mike Chisum should be commended for pulling the “engineering and soil testing item” regarding the Sauk River Regional Park from the consent agenda during the Jan. 28 Sartell City Council meeting. When an elected representative performs his/her due diligence, their effort should be praised for representing their constituents and democratic principles. One year
Eighteen Sartell students recently graduated from St. Cloud State University during fall commencement on Dec. 21. The students, their degrees and majors are: Wendy Albjerg, bachelor’s in nursing, summa cum laude; Tara Asseln, master’s in social work; Courtney Boe, bachelor’s in early childhood education, summa cum laude; Jessica Condon, bachelor’s in social studies education, summa cum laude; Katelyn Dykhuizen, bachelor’s in social
Rep. Tom Emmer’s office has started a new constituent service in Sartell. Starting Tuesday, March, 19, a caseworker will be available from 10 a.m.-1p.m. at Sartell City Hall on the third Tuesday of the month. Casework staff can assist people with issues with the federal government such as Social Security, veterans claims, the IRS, immigration, foreign adoptions and passports.