May 29 Sartell-St. Stephen people

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Nineteen Sartell students graduated this spring from Sauk Rapids-Rice High School. They are the following: Anna Borsvold, Andrew Brennhofer, Maren Buss, Nicole Christiansen, Jonathon Friedrich, Mackenzy Hassett, Brandon Hejhal, Brooke Kramer, Amber Kutzorik, Tyler Lee, Makenna Mohs, Josie Roering, Nicholas Schmitt, Sean Stidmon, Megan Stockinger, Conner Sura, Chloe Thomas, Trace Wagner and Jacob Weyer. Fifteen Sartell students graduated this spring from Cathedral

Public notice: Sartell-St. Stephen school board minutes – April 20, 2020

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REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING SARTELL-ST. STEPHEN PUBLIC SCHOOLS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 748 APRIL 20, 2020 DISTRICT SERVICE CENTER BOARD ROOM VIA TELECONFERENCE The regular school board meeting of Independent School District 748 was called to order at 6:30 p.m. by Chair Jeremy Snoberger. Members present via teleconference: Snoberger; Jason Nies, vice chair; Amanda Byrd, clerk; Patrick Marushin, treasurer; Lesa

Marilyn ‘Lynn’ P. Borgert, 85, of Sartell

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Marilyn “Lynn” P. Borgert, 85SartellAug. 12, 1934-May 22, 2020Marilyn “Lynn” P. Borgert died Friday, May 22, 2020 at the St. Cloud Hospital. Graveside services were held May 28 at St. Francis Xavier Cemetery in Sartell. There was a private family visitation at the funeral home prior to the burial. The family will have a memorial Mass at St. Francis Xavier

An open letter to Archbishop Hebda

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Amy Bergeron, Sartell Dear Archbishop Hebda, I am a lifelong practicing Catholic. It is with a sad heart that I listened to your statement and intention to defy Gov Walz’s executive  Covid-19 restrictions around gatherings, which includes places of worship. I know the St Paul Cathedral is huge, extravagantly beautiful and accommodates thousands. I fear your archbishop chair view, however,

Funeral for Marilyn ‘Lynn’ P. Borgert, 85, of Sartell

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Marilyn “Lynn” P. Borgert, 85SartellAug. 12, 1934-May 22, 2020Marilyn “Lynn” P. Borgert died Friday, May 22, 2020 at the St. Cloud Hospital. Graveside services will be 12:30 p.m. Thursday, May 28 at St. Francis Xavier Cemetery in Sartell. There will be a private family visitation at the funeral home prior to the burial on Thursday. The family will have a

Sixth Avenue work underway in St. Stephen

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The Sixth Avenue SE road construction project is underway in St. Stephen. Here’s the work schedule: May 18: Install traffic control, temporary mailboxes, erosion control and fencing May 19-22: Reclaim road, grade and pack. May 26-July 10: Road grading, subgrade excavation, sand correction and ditch work. June 3-July 10: Install culverts. July 10-Aug. 10: Finish grade road and gravel, erosion

May 20 Sartell police blotter

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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. May 12 12:20 p.m. Assist person. 22nd Street S. An individual

Final plans approved for Sartell High School graduation

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by Mike Knaak editor@thenewsleaders.com The Sartell-St. Stephen school board approved plans for a unique high school graduation and more details of the program designed to compile with social distancing restrictions were announced at the board’s May 18 meeting. Public health guidelines for dealing with the coronavirus pandemic ruled out traditional graduation events and school leaders designed an alternative. The replacement