Jan. 18 Sartell

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Thirty-nine Sartell students were among 1,432 students who were recently named to the fall dean’s list at t. Cloud State University. They and their majors are as follows: Einas Alkhatib, biomedical sciences; Garrett Brennan, computer science; Brandon Burggraff, undecided; Rebecca Caspers, social work; Jill Chaika, nursing; Nathan Christopherson, computer engineering; Kimberly Duong, pre-law; Jacob Emslander, management; Nicole Erickson, community psychology;

Children welcome at chess tourney; register by Jan. 15

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All area children are invited to a regional chess tournament that will take place from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26 at Discovery Middle School in Waite Park. The tournament is for students in grades K-6. In order to compete, students must register by noon Jan. 15. No walk-ins or late registrations will be accepted. to register, call Janet Wood,

Jan. 11 criers

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School district sets spelling bee Jan. 28 The Sartell/St. Stephen School District 748 spelling bee has been scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28 in the North Media Center at Sartell Middle School. Any home schools within the district wishing to be represented should contact the spelling bee coordinator, Lori Dornburg, at Sartell Middle School, by Friday, Jan. 11.  Please

‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’ packs a punch

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When Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” met President Abraham Lincoln in the White House, the great man supposedly said to her, “So you are the little lady who helped start this big war.” That exchange is probably legend, but it’s a legend formed from truth. Stowe’s novel hugely helped sway worldwide opinion against slavery. Published in 1852,

Want to get healthier? Cut out all that sugar

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Most people’s New Year’s resolutions probably involve some form of dieting. And that’s a good thing because we are quickly becoming a nation of lard. One-third of all American adults and one-sixth of all children are obese. There are many reasons for the obesity epidemic: lack of exercise as more people become sedentary with their computers, their remote controls, their

Country Manor decks the halls

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The Country Manor Health Care Center and Rapid Recovery and Aquatic Center hosted its 13th annual Hometown Christmas Event on Dec. 8. Hundreds of family members and friends of Country Manor residents and guests gathered in celebration of the most treasured holiday of the year, Christmas, a time of togetherness and love, for families and friends to bond and rejoice,

1/4 STL Page 2

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SSEF thankful for support this year The Sartell-St. Stephen Education Foundation is thankful for another record-breaking year. Through the kindness and generosity of its supporters, the organization is able to raise more than $67,000 to support leading-edge ideas and programs in the Sartell-St. Stephen School District. ••• SSEF supports artist-in-residence at SHS Congratulations to Aleysha Vas, Bridget Maas and Kathy