Mallory White, St. Joseph, who’s majoring in manufacturing engineering, recently performed with the state 2013 College All-Star Honors Band. White played the clarinet. A total of 95 students were chosen from 15 state colleges and universities including White who is currently attending the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie, Wis. The group rehearsed and performed a concert over three days in
Twenty-three Sartell students were among 1,128 students who recently graduated from St. Cloud State University. They, their majors and honors are as follows: Jeremy Ballmann, bachelor’s in finance; Thomas Bidinger, bachelor’s in English, magna cum laude; Byron Bohlsen, bachelor’s in network modeling and simulation; Michelle Budde, bachelor’s in elective studies; Emily Carroll, bachelor’s in special education; Thomas Gibney, bachelor’s of
David Herdan, of St. Joseph, recently received a bachelor’s degree in music education from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Ten St. Joseph students were among 1,128 who recently graduated from St. Cloud State University. They, their majors and honors are as follows: Michele Braun, master’s in higher education administration; Sarah Covelli, bachelor’s in community health; Stephanie Hern, master’s in marriage and
Winners named in spelling bee On Jan. 28, Sartell area students found themselves spelling words like “authoritative,” “wanderlust,” and “odyssey” in the District 748 Spelling Bee. Eighth-grader Adam Johnson placed first by spelling the most words correctly; second and third places went to seventh-graders Maia Kurvers and Monte Belmont, respectively. These students will represent Sartell-St. Stephen schools at the Regional
Caleb Traut, St. Joseph, was recently named to the fall semester dean’s list at the University of Minnesota-Crookston. He is undecided on his major. To qualify for this honor, students must maintain a minimum 3.66 grade-point average. Maura Cofell, daughter of Monica Cofell of St. Joseph, was recently named to the fall semester principal’s honor roll at St. John’s Preparatory
News from PineCone Vision Center As Clinical Director of PineCone Vision Center, Dr. Stacy Hinkemeyer was recently appointed to the Admittance Committee of the American Academy of Optometry by Bernard Dolan, president of the American Academy of Optometry. By accepting this two-year position, she will support the Academy of Optometry and its growing membership. contributed photo
Local residents, Busse and Motzko, play part in Cold Spring GNTC’s ‘Something’s Afoot’ by Lois Bauer-Rieffer Two St. Joseph residents, have been busy with the play, ‘’Something’s Afoot’’ for the Great Northern Theater Company in Cold Spring since auditions in early December. ‘Something’s Afoot’ is a musical murder mystery comedy that will keep you guessing throughout. The production will be performed
Madison Thompson, Sartell, was recently named to fall semester dean’s list at Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa. Students must achieve a grade-point average of 3.5 or above to earn this honor. Kimberly Kaufman, Sartell, was recently named to the fall semester president’s list at Drake University, Des. Moines, Iowa. Students must achieve a grade-point average of 4.o to earn this honor.