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Fri
03
Jun

Streeters relay team advances to state

The Sauk Centre track team traveled to Moorhead for the section 6A track meet on Thursday, June 2.
The Streeters sent sixteen kids to the meet for a chance to qualify for the state tournament.
Qualifying for state was the 4x800 meter relay team consisting of Jay Friedrichs, Riley Primus, Tim Schmiesing and Joseph Gerhartz. They took first place with a time of 8:19.12.
The state meet will be held on Friday, June 10 and Saturday, June 11 at Hamline University in Saint Paul, MN.
Check out the June 9 issue of the Herald for a more in-depth story.

The Sauk Centre 4x800 relay team advances to the state track meet to be held June 11. Pictured are Tim Schmiesing (from left), Jay Friedrichs, Joseph Gerhartz and Riley Primus.

Fri
03
Jun

St. Paul’s Church named in lawsuit

The three-year window of the Minnesota Child Victims Act closed on May 25. The act temporarily removed a statute of limitations for people who have been sexually abused many years ago, allowing a time frame within which they could come forward with claims.... Click here to read the rest of this story on the Sauk Herald "E-Edition" updated every Friday AM…..

 

 

Fri
03
Jun

New technology provides flexibility at Meiers’ dairy

As fields of corn and soybeans surround Rod Meier’s rich, green pastures, cows exit the barn one by one, and gallop through the tall grasses towards the remainder of the herd... Click here to read the rest of this story on the Sauk Herald "E-Edition" updated every Friday AM…..

 

 

Thu
02
Jun

Assault, Dog Bite on deputy

On June 2, 2016 at approximately 11:29 am deputies were dispatched to 30565 CR 13 Lake George Twp. to deal with a female acting strangely. The farm owner at that address called and reported that an unknown female was in their yard driving erratically. The female was “whipping donuts” in the farm yard and acting in a bizarre manner.
When a deputy arrived he found the female on top of the pick-up truck who was yelling and screaming. The deputy tried to talk the female down. Eventually she came down and continued to act in an erratic and aggressive manner. At the same time the female had let an adult Mastiff Dog out of the truck. When the deputy attempted to control the female, the dog bit the deputy in the left leg. Other officers arrived and were able to restrain the female and contain the dog. During the arrest a Sauk Centre Police Officer was kicked in the head by the female.

Thu
02
Jun

Ramps at eastbound I-94/Stearns County Road 2 near St. Joseph close June 3

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Motorists who use the eastbound Interstate 94/Stearns County Road 2 ramps near St. Joseph will need to find alternate routes while each ramp is closed for several days for resurfacing.

The first closure began when the ramp from County Road 2 to eastbound I-94 was closed the morning of Monday, June 6. The ramp will open by 11 p.m. Thursday, June 16.

Crews will next close the ramp from eastbound I-94 to County Road 2 Wednesday, June 8, after evening rush hour. The ramp will open by 11 p.m. Thursday, June 16.

No signed detour will be posted. Motorists should plan their travel in advance and seek their own alternate routes while each ramp is closed.

Also, much of I-94 between St. Cloud and Collegeville remains a single lane in each direction.

Motorists traveling I-94 near St. Cloud and Collegeville should plan their travel in advance, be prepared for slow or stopped traffic and use the Zipper Merge during times of congestion.

Thu
02
Jun

Sauk Centre Class of 2015

What can the Class of 2015 do?
Chances are, they will do great things as they embark on their future.
Eighty-eight graduates took center stage last Friday evening and received their high school diplomas. Thirteen years of schooling has prepared this group of talented young adults as they embark on college, job and career in the next phase of their lives.
High school social studies instructor James Schreiner delivered a keynote address to the students and challenged them to ask themselves what can they do to better their community in the coming years. He used former president John F. Kennedy as an example, coining Kennedy’s “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what can you do for your country.”

Thu
02
Jun

Bayer Built Woodworks Help Wanted

Bayer Built Woodworks, which was named one of the Top 150 Workplaces in MN, is now hiring full time Assemblers and Machinists for 1st and 2nd shift, 2nd shift Truckloaders, Vehicle Detailer, and experienced Route & Over The Road Truck Drivers. Competitive wages and great benefits. To apply for this position, please complete an application at our facility located at 24614 US Hwy 71, Belgrade, MN 56312 or email your resume to hiring@bayerbuilt.com .

Fri
27
May

Minnesota Supreme Court says no review

Decision against Sauk River Watershed District stand... Click here to read the rest of this story on the Sauk Herald "E-Edition" updated every Friday AM…..

 

 

Fri
27
May

ROAD CONSTRUCTION

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Commuters and other motorists who travel westbound Interstate 94 at Highway 15 in St. Cloud should expect congestion and potential delays as the interstate is reduced to a single lane beginning Tuesday, May 31.

Westbound Interstate 94 has been reduced to a single lane west of St. Cloud since mid-May. Beginning Tuesday, that lane closure will be extended farther east to Highway 15.

Motorists should note the following beginning May 31:

· Westbound I-94 between Highway 15 in St. Cloud and County Road 159 in Collegeville will be reduced single lane with a reduced speed limit until further notice.

· Eastbound I-94 between County Road 159 in Collegeville and Highway 23 in St. Cloud will be reduced to a single lane with a reduced speed limit until further notice.

· Backups of five to eight miles are possible on eastbound I-94 during peak travel times, with slow and go traffic expected during weekday rush hours.

Fri
27
May

CentraCare looking to increase mental health services

May is Mental Health Awareness Month... Click here to read the rest of this story on the Sauk Herald "E-Edition" updated every Friday AM…..

 

 

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