by Dennis Dalman email@example.com A World War II veteran who was honored with nine battle stars for fighting in the Pacific will be the keynote speaker at the Sartell Memorial Day ceremony at 9 a.m. Monday, May 27 in Veterans Park. Rollie Weis of Sartell is the only surviving World War II veteran in the […]
by Cori Hilsgen firstname.lastname@example.org Members of the Church of St. Joseph Catholic church toured its new parish center after masses this past weekend. Tour guides explained the progress of the building, plans for items not yet completed and equipment and furniture that is still needed. Tour participants received a list of things still needed. The […]
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com Local children have no excuse to be bored this summer – at least not on Tuesday and Thursday evenings when the Sartell Police Department hosts its Police Activities League. PAL, as it’s commonly known, is now celebrating its 20th year. For most of those years, it has taken place in East […]
by Mike Nistler firstname.lastname@example.org Hundreds of St. Joseph residents opened their garages Friday and Saturday for the Communitywide Garage Sale. A walk-through of any neighborhood promised a treasure trove of items. In one neighborhood alone, this is what we found: Elnor Benkowski of Ortonville was helping her daughter, Kim Essinger, at their sale at 601 […]
Recent news out of Cleveland, Ohio, about the discovery of three women who had been missing for more than a decade has caused many locally to pause. St. Joseph and the surrounding area have had its share of tragedy and heartbreak when it comes to missing people. Of course, Jacob Wetterling is the name that […]
It would be interesting to read the results of a study about the benefits of summer activities programs for children. We are not aware any such study has been done, but we would bet the beneficial outcomes of summer programs are significant. Children who partake in structured summer activities, we would wager, turn out to […]
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com If it weren’t for the passion and persistence of Shelly Teff, the 25th annual Community Education Spring Dance Show would probably have been cancelled. A relentless bout of snowy cold spells in April just about spelled doom for rehearsals for the April 20 show, which typically draws standing-room-only audiences at Sartell […]
A group from the PickItUp Foundation spruced up the Sartell fishing pier park on May 8-9. More than 110 pounds of garbage was collected and disposed of. Pictured are Teagen South, 11 (green day-glow vest); Scott Sutton, operations director, and Treydon South, 14.
HOURS AND LOCATION
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday
32 1st Avenue NW
P.O. Box 324
St. Joseph, MN 56374
Directly north of the St. Joseph Meat Market.