March 7th, 2013

Can you name locations of melting snowhills?

by Cori Hilsgen news@thenewsleaders.com This past weekend’s sunny skies and warm weather created many puddles for pedestrians to walk around or through. Large snow piles around town began reducing in size. [...]

Fantasy disappears; reality takes its place

Unless you have been living under a rock, you have heard about the young football player from Notre Dame who has now divulged he had been duped by an online relationship for some three years. According [...]

Women’s History Month gets great introduction with iconic statue

There’s no better way to kick off Women’s History Month than to honor a woman whose single act of courage launched a movement that continues today. A statue of Rosa Parks was unveiled recently in Washington, [...]

Learning about child hunger first step to solving problem

Learning about child hunger first step to solving problem

The facts are heartbreaking: 1 in 5 American children live under poverty levels and do not get enough to eat. 16.7 million children lived in food-insecure households in 2011. During 2011, more than 31 million low-income [...]

New laws take effect, so note the changes

New laws take effect, so note the changes

City council votes are taken and new rules debut. It happens so often it is easy to lose track of changes in area cities. Several new laws take effect this month in St. Joseph, and it’s [...]

Voting Rights Act must never be nixed

Antonin Scalia should do the country a favor and resign from his lifelong job as U.S. Supreme Court justice. [...]

St. Joseph baseball goes back to its roots

St. Joseph baseball goes back to its roots

by Mark Lauer – news@thenewsleaders.com There may be huge piles of snow on the ground yet, and we will quite possibly see plenty more before the winter season is finally over. But as anyone who follows baseball [...]

‘Students complete school mural’

‘Students complete school mural’

Students are happy and proud about the mural they helped creat in the stairwell of Sartell High School. The art project is part of “Art in Motion,” a program sponsored and funded by the Sartell-St. Stephen [...]

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