by Mike Knaak email@example.com More than 300 people braved the spring snowstorm April 14 for the St. Joseph Community Showcase at Kennedy Community School. About 30 businesses and organizations presented information. Food vendors offered samples and local musicians performed.
by Mike Knaak firstname.lastname@example.org Business and education leaders in Sartell, Sauk Rapids and St. Cloud are in the early stages of launching a program that will teach high school seniors to be entrepreneurs. Called Great River CEO, the program will welcome its first students in fall 2019. Right now, organizers are raising funds to train and market the effort and
by Mike Knaak email@example.com A St. Joseph woman is worried about heavy traffic and the potential for crashes on College Avenue in front of Kennedy Community School as parents rush to drop off their children every morning. Rhonda Dahlgren has first-hand knowledge of the situation. She was involved in a collison on April 5 at the intersection of College Avenue,
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org When Melissa Kosloski was giving birth to her first baby, a boy delivered via C-section, she felt she just hadn’t been prepared enough for the experience. “I thought I would just tough it out,” she recalled. “But I realized I could have had better support and could have learned more about the physiology of birth.” That
by Mike Knaak email@example.com The Eugene J. McCarthy Center at St. John’s University will host a health-care summit Friday, April 20. Panelists will discuss whether a single-payer health-care system would work in Minnesota. The event begins at 6 p.m. in Quad 170. Speakers include state Sen. John Marty, a Ramsey County DFLer; John Nyman, a professor at the University of
If you are a high school student who prepared for ACT tests scheduled for last weekend … If you planned to fly to a sunny beach for a spring vacation … If you own a golf course or a lawn-care service … If you’re the Minnesota Twins, who have had four games postponed already … If you’re just tired of
This past week saw one of our great national holidays occur. No, not the baseball opener (that was earlier), but Tax Day! Yay! I know that much like Christmas, sometimes it’s easy to forget the true meaning of the season and there is some humbuggery floating around, as well as a lot of last-minute preparation and stress. But, also like
We’re in the midst of an exciting season here in Central Minnesota, and no it’s not the massive amount of snow that came down on us in recent weeks. Many school sports and activities have been having their state meets and tournaments. One of these, the State Knowledge Bowl Meet, was held just recently on April 12 and 13. Knowledge