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New year to try new things

New year to try new things

Tarah Casper, Journalist
February 3, 2017
Filed under Showcase, TLS Eats

2017 is here! With the new year upon us and resolutions in tow, why not try learning something new this year? Maybe that "something new" could be how to recreate on of your favorite dishes. In searching the web, I have been able to find a profusion of copycat recipes that turn out pretty close to the...

Assigning a dollar value to the work of stay at home mothers

Assigning a dollar value to the work of stay at home mothers

Tarah Casper, Journalist
January 26, 2017
Filed under Features

Stay at home mothers, the world over, do so much on a daily basis for their children and families. They wear many hats and do several more jobs than the average working adult. If stay at home mothers were to receive a salary, how much would they make? According to a survey done by Salary.com, for...

Trump’s Cabinet Restocked: New Appointees and Controversies

Trump’s Cabinet Restocked: New Appointees and Controversies

Erica Stambaugh, Journalist
January 20, 2017
Filed under Everything Elections

It's been a strange and well-reported upon transition for president-elect Donald Trump. We've heard about alleged sexual scandal, foreign hacking, civil rights infringement, but the the following is a comparably tame update on who's in Trump's administration. You can catch up on previous nominations he...

photo of the week / final entry

photo of the week / final entry

Nolan Boe, Journalist
January 19, 2017
Filed under Photo of the Week

Hello, and welcome to the final entry of photo of the week. Over the last many weeks, we have taken a look at multiple photos, and interpreted them at a philosophical level rather than surface level. This is the basis of this feature and this is what should be taken away from it. We must never fear being...

10 most edited Wikipedia articles in 2016

10 most edited Wikipedia articles in 2016

Sydney Mumm, Journalist
January 19, 2017
Filed under Lists: to give you the jist

Now that 2016 is gone, and 2017 is started, I thought it would be a smart idea to look into the top 10 most edited Wikipedia articles of 2016. Deaths in 2016. With approximately 18,230 edits, this is the highest Wikipedia article that has been edited. Donald Trump. Surprising? Probably not. Wh...

Top 10 most beautiful places in the world

Top 10 most beautiful places in the world

Sydney Mumm, Journalist
January 19, 2017
Filed under Bucket List Destinations

****IN NO SPECIFIC ORDER**** Here are the top 10 most beautiful places in the world that you maybe didn't even know existed. 1. Fly Geyser, Nevada. Also known as "Fly Ranch Geyser," this is a man-made geothermal geyser located in Washoe County in Nevada, USA.   2. Son Doong Cave, Vietnam. This is a cave in Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park,...

How would you like to live in a concrete cage for the rest of your life?

How would you like to live in a concrete cage for the rest of your life?

Autumn Fosteson, Journalist
January 19, 2017
Filed under Features, Showcase, What Grinds My Gears

Wanna know what really gets my goat? Zoos. PLEASE EXPLAIN TO ME ANY SINGULAR POSITIVE EFFECT EVER GRANTED BY A ZOO. Nothing about a zoo is pivotal for any person, in any way, shape, or form other than for entertainment! HOW SCREWED UP IS THAT? When, in our capitalist society, did we decide that the...

Siblings of Sartell: Katelyn and Jameson Weide

Siblings of Sartell: Katelyn and Jameson Weide

Marena Kouba, Journalist
January 18, 2017
Filed under The Offspring

You hate them. You love them. You are forced to be around them. They live under the same roof as you and eat the same food as you. I think you know whom I am talking about. Siblings. Our siblings are the ones we’ve known since we can remember. They are both our best friends and our worst enemies. Co...

SOOO much School Spirit!!

SOOO much School Spirit!!

Hannah Kosloski, Journalist
January 17, 2017
Filed under Features, Humans of Sartell, SHS Student Life

Last week was such an amazing week. Walking around the halls and seeing everyone as hippies, hillbillies, or in khakis was a pure treat to the eyes. Because everyone was coming back to school after break, it was an awesome way to jump into the last half of the semester. At Sartell, we pride ours...

18 things we still haven’t figured out

18 things we still haven’t figured out

Cami Doman and Ellie Lehto
January 13, 2017
Filed under Lists: to give you the jist, Opinion, Showcase

Despite being a senior, despite being a ~legal adult~, despite the fact that I've been going to school here for three and a half years, there's some really dumb stuff that I have yet to figure out. How to tell which lunch we have- I've been relying on Skyward to tell me where to go and when for...

Human trafficking hits home

Human trafficking hits home

Emma Zenzen, Journalist
January 13, 2017
Filed under Features, Showcase

It's a 32 billion dollar a year industry, it affects 2.5 million victims, and it is everywhere including in YOUR town and YOUR neighborhood even if you believe it or not. Minnesota girls are not safe from the dangers of sex trafficking, and it is on the rise. Girls in Minnesota are being forced into...

Magical History Tour: Reunion Special

Matt Schnettler, Journalist
January 9, 2017
Filed under Features, Magical History Tour, Showcase

Welcome back LeSabre readers! Last year Nick Hill and I delighted many with our classic charm and deep knowledge of Sartell area history. This year, Nick is back from college over break, so we decided to keep looking for the treasure. It seems the treasure was not friendship as we had originally thought,...

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