News

Canoe believe it?

Katie Kulus, Journalist

When I was ten years old my parents took me with them to the Boundary Waters. I had gone before, but this trip was special since it was for my 10th birthday. I remember the...  Read More »

May 9, 2016

Make it rain $$$

Kenzie Specht, Journalist

On April 20th, the Treasury Department announced the up and coming changes to our paper currency in America, and these changes could be hitting our wallets in the next decade. The...  Read More »

May 5, 2016

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Entertainment

Book Review: Binge

Elizabeth Immelman, Journalist

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 »

June 6, 2016

BoDiddley’s Review

Julia Wenshau, Journalist

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 »

June 6, 2016

Noodles & Co. review

Julia Wenshau, Journalist

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 »

June 6, 2016

Katie’s Creative Corner #2

June 6, 2016

This week I did a rock/owl themed art work. I had to make up my own interpretation because there was not a tutorial. Enjoy the nice weather and video! ...  Read More »

Getting to know your food: pt. 2, dos-ing out the info

June 6, 2016

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 »

ASCAP Fights for Fair Compensation

May 23, 2016

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 »

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Features

Book Review: Binge

Elizabeth Immelman, Journalist

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 »

June 6, 2016

Accidental vegan foods

Elizabeth Immelman, Journalist

Veganism can be a tricky lifestyle to get involved in, but there are many vegan snacks that you can get yourself more acquainted with in order to get used to it. If you do want to go...  Read More »

June 2, 2016

Reasons why dogs are the best part of people’s lives

Rachel Haider, Journalist

What has four legs and says "woof"? You guessed it, a dog! Also known as a man's best friend, dogs are a great part of everyone's lives and here are some reasons why! Dogs will alw...  Read More »

June 2, 2016

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Everything Elections

Top Republicans continue to refuse to unite with Trump

Matt Rickers, Journalist

Last Tuesday, Donald Trump won the Indiana primary, which lead to the dropping of the other GOP rivals, including John Kasich and Ted Cruz. There are still many Republicans...  Read More »

May 11, 2016

New York Primaries

Matthew Rickers, Journalist

This last Tuesday, the election headquarters went to New York on the road to the presidency and the frontrunners came out big after this presidential nomination process. The ...  Read More »

April 28, 2016

Cruz, Sanders bring home the cheese from Wisconsin

April 11, 2016

Super Tuesday: Round 2 (and others)

March 23, 2016

Super Saturday contest serve mixed platter

March 18, 2016

Clinton rolls to victory in Democratic Super Tuesday contests

March 14, 2016

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Humans of Sartell

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@SartellHS

SHS Student Life

SHS Staff Marriages: In it for the long run

Rachel Haider, Journalist

It's very hard to believe that teachers have lives outside of school, but surprisingly enough they do. They have families, and they...  Read More »

June 1, 2016

Killin’ it with kindness here @ SHS

Renee Schroeder, Journalist

With the internet these days, it's easy to get caught up in all the negativity. We asked SHS students and staff to send us stories...  Read More »

May 31, 2016

The Great Wall of St. Cloud

Madi Molitor, Journalist

The St. Cloud prison, otherwise known as Greystone College, is much more than just central Minnesota's local prison, it is a landmark. For...  Read More »

May 13, 2016

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Best of 2014/2015

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