Oh my gosh. I read Binge by Tyler Oakley this week, and I didn’t know I could love a book so much. Want to learn a little more about LGBTQ+ icon, Tyler Oakley? Then Binge is definitely for you!
It only took about... Read More »
BoDiddley’s more commonly referred to as “BoDid’s” has been around since 1981. It’s a little soup and sandwich shop in St. Joe. The small restaurant has a cozy and inviting feel as soon as you walk in the door.... Read More »
Noodles is a relatively well known place to go eat. It’s right near the mall and a few other places to eat, but of all of them I would suggest going to noodles. The workers are very kind and serve right to your table. There... Read More »
For score and four moons ago, a survey was sent out to students of SHS to assess their opinions and knowledge about genetically modified organisms (GMOs). A short article was written for The Le Sabre to share the info.
Finally, part two of that art... Read More »
On Wednesday, May 18th, members of ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) went to Capitol Hill in Washington. They met with legislators to fight for fair compensation of musicians and songwriters.
The members of ASCAP met with m... Read More »
Oh my gosh. I read Binge by Tyler Oakley this week, and I didn’t know I could love a book so much. Want to learn a little more about LGBTQ+ icon, Tyler Oakley? Then Binge is definitely for... Read More »
This weekend, I had a chance to sit down with one of Sartell's very own, Julianna Tavale, to talk sports. Softball to be exact.
Now, I am someone who does not play any sports, has never played... Read More »
The largest one day sporting event in the world. The greatest spectacle in racing. The Indy 500.
The Indianapolis 500 held it's 100th running on Sunday, May 29th and completely sold out for... Read More »
On Tuesday, May 10, 2016, the Sartell track and field team participated in the True Team Section meet.
Tensions were high going into the meet, since the boys' team has placed top three at sta... Read More »
Let's get something straight; I am a seventeen-year-old caucasian female. I have lived in central Minnesota for my whole life. I have never seen or experienced living anywhere where I could imagine my life would be drastically... Read More »
Bees are a neat bunch of animals. They work together cohesively, but also keep to themselves.
One thing I have noticed lately is people not minding their own business.
Now, I'm not talking about little Ms. Sally down... Read More »
I am not a man hater. I do not think that women are better than men. I just know that all humans deserve equal opportunities and think that we should be viewed by our individual strengths and capabilities. I am a feminist,... Read More »
In a time when radical “Islamic” terrorists have tormented the world for nearly two decades and are continuing to strike fear in the hearts of many, the global citizens that make up the population of London decided to... Read More »
Friday Night Lights is a great television show that will get you to be interested in football, as well as the struggle of education focus in southern schools.
Friday Night Lights is a TV show where the main character is... Read More »