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Fri
19
May

Shane Winter - the New Mr. Mainstreeter!

Congratulations to Shayne Winter, the new Mr. Mainstreeter! ... Click here to see photos from this event on our SmugMug site!!…..

 

 

Also, this year' yearbook was dedicated to Superintendent Pat Westby.

Fri
19
May

Soles4Souls

Lions carry on shoe-collecting project... Click here to read the rest of this story on the Sauk Herald "E-Edition" updated every Friday AM…..

 

 

Fri
19
May

Fishing opener sees great weather, bite

The weather was pleasant for the season fishing opener over the weekend, and the bite was good as well. Area anglers hit the water at midnight, and at least on Sauk Lake, many caught their limits of walleye.
The public access parking lot near the “narrows” was filled with pickups and boat trailers as anglers headed to their favorite spots on the lake.
Dale Reiter of St. Augusta, along with his son, Nathan, and son-in-law, Cody Linquist of St. Joseph, come to Big Sauk Lake every year for the opener. By 7:30 a.m., they each had their limit and were heading home.
“We caught some northerns and nice walleyes. Our biggest was a 22-inch walleye,” Dale said. “And it’s an unbelievably nice day.”
Dave Kampsen, Ben Hinnenkamp and Joe Frericks had good luck on Big Sauk Lake as well, catching their limit of walleye while releasing many others.
Overall, it was a successful day for area fishermen.

Fri
19
May

An uphill climb

Goodwin struggled with chronic pain before diagnosed Lyme Disease... Click here to read the rest of this story on the Sauk Herald "E-Edition" updated every Friday AM…..

 

 

Fri
19
May

A Standard Bearer

Weber works at Standard Iron for 44 years... Click here to read the rest of this story on the Sauk Herald "E-Edition" updated every Friday AM…..

 

 

Thu
18
May

Missing Juvenile: Tekoa Omega Dotson, age 17

The Stearns County Sheriff's Office is working jointly with the Alexandria Police Department to locate a missing juvenile. Tekoa Dotson, age 17, was in a placement location in the City of Alexandria. She was placed there through Stearns County. Sometime during the late evening hours of May 15th or early morning hours of May 16, 2017 she left that location without permission. Her current whereabouts are unknown. She is described as an African American female, five feet two inches tall and 120 pounds. She has brown eyes and black hair. She has pierced ears and a pierced lower lip. It it not known what she was wearing at the time she left placement. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact the Stearns County Sheriff's Office at 320-251-4240. She may possibly be in the Brooten/Belgrade area or the St. Cloud metro area.

Fri
12
May

Close but not enough

The Sauk Centre softball squad had a stark reminder that close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades last week as they dropped three of four games by close margins and twice had the tying run thrown out at home plate to end the game.... Click here to read the rest of this story on the Sauk Herald "E-Edition" updated every Friday AM…..

 

 

Fri
12
May

Taking care of each other

Two days before Easter, Jackie Shultz was put in a situation no one wants to be in: she was injured and helpless. Thankfully, her seven-year-old son, Matias, was prepared to handle the situation and get his mother the care she needed.... Click here to read the rest of this story on the Sauk Herald "E-Edition" updated every Friday AM…..

 

 

Fri
12
May

Twins – twice!

Chisholms stay busy with family of five children... Click here to read the rest of this story on the Sauk Herald "E-Edition" updated every Friday AM…..

 

 

Fri
12
May

City Council OKs Sunday liquor sales

Sauk Centre residents will be allowed to purchase carry-out liquor on Sundays starting this summer, after the city council approved an ordinance May 3 allowing Sunday off-sale liquor sales.... Click here to read the rest of this story on the Sauk Herald "E-Edition" updated every Friday AM…..

 

 

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