Dec. 28 St. Joseph people

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CORRECTION to the Dec. 14 Holiday Greeting page We hope your holidays abound  with good cheer and good things! ST. JOSEPH ROD & GUN CLUB Duane Scepaniak, president P.O. Box 374, St. Joseph • 320-251-2881 www.stjoerodandgunclub.org A St. Joseph student was awarded a degree during fall semester commencement ceremonies at Minnesota State University, Mankato on Dec. 15.  Shannon Beckl, earned a bachelor’s

Dec. 14 St. Joseph people

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At the Dec. 4  St. Joseph Lions meeting at Millstream Park, President Mary Stommes presented a $5,000 check to Ann Scherer, chairperson of the St Joseph Food Shelf. The Skalicky Foundation will match the contribution along with other contributions made by local service organizations.

Nov. 30 St. Joseph people

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Brenny Transportation Inc. of St. Joseph was named  a “Top 50 Company for Women to Work For in Transportation” by Redefining the Road magazine, the official magazine of the Women In Trucking Association. According to Brian Everett, publisher of Redefining the Road, there are five key features that distinguish companies recognized on this list: corporate cultures that foster gender diversity; competitive

Nov. 30 Sartell-St. Stephen people

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Fourth-grade students at Oak Ridge Elementary School and Pine Meadow Elementary School competed in Geography Bees at each school at the end of November. Oak Ridge students competed Nov. 20. Luke Rickbeil was this year’s Geography Bee champion. In second place was Daisy Campbell and Isaac Mancini placed third. The other top six finalists were Will Perius, Miles Simonsen and

Nov. 16 St. Joseph people

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Stephanie Cofell of St. Joseph has been elected to the Board of Directors at Folk Alliance Region Midwest, a regional chapter and affiliate of Folk Alliance International. Cofell will be serving a three-year term beginning February 2019. Folk Alliance International is a nonprofit organization that sponsors an annual conference as an industry focal point for folk music and dance, based in

Nov. 16 Sartell people

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Two Sartell students are studying abroad during the fall semester 2018 through the Center for Global Education at the College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University. Dean Amundson, son of Charmin and Ben Amundson, is studying in the Austria program. Amundson is a junior social studies/secondary education major. Matthew Immelman, son of Pamela and Aubrey Immelman, is studying in the Chile program. Immelman

Nov. 2 St. Joseph people

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Bonnie Supan has been promoted to vice president of Finance and Operations of Brenny Transportation Inc. in St. Joseph. Supan has been with Brenny Transportation since 1996. She has worked her way up from administration to management and now to vice president.

Nov. 2 Sartell people

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Avalon Eickhoff of Sartell was named to the dean’s list at Biola University, La Mirada, Calif. Students must earn a grade-point average of 3.6 or higher and have a cumulative grade-point average of at last 3.2 to qualify for this honor.