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Litter shows disrespect toward gift of nature

Carol Schumann, Rice While out walking, I notice there is so much garbage and litter in our country’s ditches. This seems to me a disrespectful attitude toward what God has entrusted us to take care of. God created this beautiful world for us to enjoy. It’s a gift given to us. Let us all do […]

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Sartell school district sees benefits of referendum

Lesa Kramer, Sartell It seems like it was just yesterday my husband and I had the opportunity to tour Oak Ridge Elementary the year it opened, as our son entered kindergarten that fall. During that tour, my husband and I were impressed with the conscious decisions that were made to build a facility that had […]

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Reader says vote yes in Sartell-St. Stephen bond referendum

Adam Heathcote, Sartell There is an important vote coming on May 24 for the future of our towns, our schools and our kids. As a proud graduate from the class of 2000, as a husband to a second-grade teacher, as a parent to two students within the district, as a board member of the Sartell-St. […]

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Sartell couple asks all to join in voting yes May 24

Sarah Hovda, Sartell I am writing to show my support of the Sartell-St. Stephen School Bond Election on May 24. My husband and I chose Sartell as our home when we moved to the area six years ago. When looking for a home, we knew we needed to be in the Sartell-St. Stephen School District. As former educators, […]

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Show Sabre pride; vote yes for school bond

Cindy and Ryan Fitzthum, Sartell We are writing to show our Sabre pride and share the reasons why we will be voting yes in the Sartell-St. Stephen School Bond Election on May 24. We are both proud Sartell High School graduates. Therefore, we know firsthand the value of the education we received from the top-notch […]

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Community center needs central site

Bryan Hansen, Sartell Has due process been followed in choosing the location for the Sartell Community Center? Is there any possible conflict of interest at any level in the process that has or could take place? Has the community been heard as a whole on where the site is proposed to be located and if […]

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Eating sustainably critical to achieving global-climate goals

Sami Nicholson, Sartell Today is the 47th annual observance of Earth Day. This is a great time to explore more effective ways of slowing climate change and conserving Earth’s natural resources for future generations. A 2010 United Nations report charged animal agriculture with 19 percent of man-made greenhouse gases – more than all transport – and recommended a […]

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Thanks for prayers, support for Ellie

The Czeck Family, Sartell A couple weeks ago Dennis Dalman wrote a nice article in the Sartell Newsleader about our daughter’s battle with cancer and benefit that was put together for us. The Ellie Czeck Benefit was an amazing day for our family. It was a humbling experience to see so many people supporting us. […]