by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org The Sartell City Council voted 4-1 at its June 8 meeting to give the Sartell Youth Recreation Center the equivalent of nearly $1.5 million to build another arena outside of its current facility, the Bernick’s arena. Council member Mike Chisum voted against the proposal. He emphasized he is a strong supporter of hockey, the arena efforts
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com Free packaged breakfast and lunch meals for students in the Sartell-St. Stephen school district will be available for pick-up through June 30. The meals can be picked from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the front of Sartell Middle School, newly renamed Riverview Intermediate School. The pick-up location used to be in the back of the school, but
Gopi Ramanathan, Sartell Currently studying government and mechanical engineering at Cornell Dear Mayor Fitzhum and Chief Hughes, On May 25, George Floyd died while being detained by the Minneapolis Police Department for suspected forgery. In the days since Mr. Floyd’s death, we have seen scenes of grieving, anger, protest and riot across the country as our national discussion about racial
Jim Hughes Chief of Police The last 10 days have been very emotional and difficult with the same range of emotions that many of you have been experiencing. The shock, anger, grief and reflection on the events that took a life at the hands of law enforcement officers have not just affected myself and the members of the Sartell Police
Katie Kulus, Sartell Before I write anything, I would like to take a moment to acknowledge my white privilege. I will never understand the experiences of a black person, but I will continue to educate myself and use my privileged voice for good. I spent the first 17 of my 21 years in a community surrounded by people that looked exactly like I did and had the same privileges.
The video of a white Minneapolis police officer kneeling on the neck of a black man while he slowly died shocked people around the world. The incident outraged millions, who took to the streets in protest. But by looking deeper than that chilling incident, we find an even larger blight on Minnesota’s reputation. The Twin Cities’ shiny image as a
Here we are again. Restarting the space race. NASA launched its first manned rocket from U.S. soil in nine years on May 30. As I watched the high-definition video of the astronauts inside the SpaceX craft, I couldn’t help but think about my memories when the first American rocketed into space. I was a first grader at Waseca’s Hartley Elementary
CITY OF ST. STEPHEN STEARNS COUNTY STATE OF MINNESOTA RESOLUTION NO. 06032020 Resolution to Amend City Ordinance Section 41.16, Subd. 1(c)—Accessory Buildings in Residential Districts WHEREAS, the City Council met on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 to amend Ordinance Section 41.16, Subd. 1(c) to read as follows: Section 41.16: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS. Subd. 1: Accessory Buildings in Residential Districts. . . .