News

Wed
03
Jul

Storm halts Relay For Life event

 

by JENN JANAK
SUMMER INTERN

It was a battle between the brewing storms and the 2013 Relay For Life of Stearns Co. West, on the night of Friday, June 21. Unfortunately, the weather prevailed and the Relay For Life event was cancelled shortly before the Opening Ceremonies were scheduled to take place.

 

 

Wed
03
Jul

Council wants junky properties cleaned up

 

by RANDY OLSON
STAFF WRITER

Owners of nine properties across town have been directed by the city of Sauk Centre to repair their substandard homes after the city council took action relating to buildings in disarray.

Wed
03
Jul

Driver in fatal accident had drugs in system

 

Bail set at $300,000 for woman who tested positive for 

methamphetamine

 

by BRYAN ZOLLMAN
STAFF WRITER

Wed
03
Jul

Wessel thanks men who saved his life

 

Former Sauk Centre man collapsed while umpiring softball game in Wadena

 

by CAROL MOORMAN
STAFF WRITER

“Unbelievable!”

Wed
19
Jun

Sales tax changes could hurt local farmers, businesses

 

by RANDY OLSON
STAFF WRITER

While the Democratic-Farmer-Labor party is trumpeting a recent Star Tribune Minnesota poll showing majority support for tax increases on top income-earners and cigarette smokers, another tax hike goes into effect that hits the pockets of farm operations, manufacturers and construction firms alike.

Wed
19
Jun

Skilled workers are in demand

 

by RANDY OLSON
STAFF WRITER

While demand for their products has grown enough recently that they are undergoing a large expansion to their plant, Standard Iron in Sauk Centre reports what other manufactures have across the U.S.

Wed
19
Jun

Sprague descendants discover family stories

 

by DAVE SIMPKINS
STAFF WRITER

Jacqueline Stevens heard stories of Sauk Centre all her life.

She had never visited the town her family had so much to do in building.

 

 

Wed
19
Jun

SCHS college-in-school offerings on the rise

 

by RANDY OLSON
STAFF WRITER

While Sauk Centre public school spends a great sum of money per year on it, the value of the College in the School (CIS) program has paid off for countless families in the district, according to secondary principal Belinda Selfors.

Fri
14
Jun

Union employees frustrated with CentraCare negotiations

 

by RANDY OLSON
STAFF WRITER

Negotiations between officials at CentraCare Health System-Sauk Centre and bargaining units represented by SEIU Healthcare have been underway since last December.

Fri
14
Jun

Eagle’s Nest fundraising efforts continue

 

by BRYAN ZOLLMAN
STAFF WRITER

On the glass door leading into the main building of Eagle’s Healing Nest is the inscription “I Love America.”

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