May 23rd, 2013

Weis vividly remembers WW II as if it were just yesterday

Weis vividly remembers WW II as if it were just yesterday

by Dennis Dalman news@thenewsleaders.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, [...]

Church members tour new parish center

Church members tour new parish center

by Cori Hilsgen news@thenewsleaders.com 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 [...]

Now 20, PAL to kick off season June 11

Now 20, PAL to kick off season June 11

by Dennis Dalman news@thenewsleaders.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. [...]

Treasures galore available at Communitywide Garage Sale

Treasures galore available at Communitywide Garage Sale

by Mike Nistler news@thenewsleaders.com 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 [...]

You can make a difference by being aware

You can make a difference by being aware

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. [...]

Happy birthday, Sartell PAL, and may you have many more

Happy birthday, Sartell PAL, and may you have many more

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 [...]

Teff, dance program, earn raves at anniversary show

Teff, dance program, earn raves at anniversary show

by Dennis Dalman news@thenewsleaders.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 [...]

PickItUp Foundation collects 110 pounds of trash at Sartell pier park

PickItUp Foundation collects 110 pounds of trash at Sartell pier park

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 [...]

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