With the school district’s communities now breaking barriers put in place last August by the Minnesota Department of Health, ISD 728 leaders decided it could no longer put off a […]
COVID-19 Cases Lead STMA Football into Another Top 10 Battle
After looking like it would be sidelined this week, the No. 4 Knights will now host No. 5 Champlin Park this afternoon.
The pandemic, like the Lord, works in mysterious ways. After looking like it would be benched for the week when the St. Michael-Albertville football program had to cancel practices due […]
Community COVID-19 Testing Event to be Held in Monticello
Wright County Health and the Minnesota Department of Health will team to provide testing for anyone next week at the Great River Soccer Facility.
BUFFALO, MN – The Minnesota Department of Health is partnering with local public health officials to give people a chance to get a COVID-19 test if they would like to […]
Mask Up, Minnesota: Governor Orders Face Coverings Indoors
Walz calls masks "cheapest, easiest way to control the pandemic."
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz said he has heard the cry for things to “return to normal:” schools fully open, businesses unrestricted and a return to life prior to the arrival […]
Wright County Surpasses 500 Coronavirus Cases, Must Remain Vigilant
The county has seen just five deaths caused by the virus since it appeared March 13. The county is urging safety.
Courtesy Wright County Public Health On March 13, Wright County Public Health learned of its first COVID-19 case. Now, four months later, the county has passed 500 cases since the […]
UPDATED: Popular St. Michael Restaurant Closes, Re-Opens Due to COVID-19
A deep cleaning and employee testing took place last week, allowing the restaurant to re-open Friday, July 10. It's open for lunch this week.
UPDATE: After testing and cleaning, Main Street Farmer and BK Taphaus successfully re-opened Friday, July 10 to the public. The businesses released the following statements to their fans on Facebook: […]
St. Michael Daze and Knights Scrapped for 2020
Like Albertville Friendly City Days, the community celebration will be pushed to 2021 thanks to COVID-19.
The show in St. Michael won’t go on. Despite slowing numbers with the spread of COVID-19, the potential for a coronavirus outbreak has the St. Michael Daze and Knights Committee […]
State Releases Guidance for School Districts as Plans Begin for Fall 2020
Minnesota agencies are working with local schools on three different scenarios - and all three may be utilized statewide.
Today, the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) released guidance to help Minnesota’s public schools plan for the 2020-21 school year. “As we look […]
Minnesota Moves Into Next Phase of Re-Opening: Gyms, Theaters and More Get the Green Light
Gov. Tim Walz made a Friday afternoon announcement impacting thousands of businesses and workers, turning the dials again on restarting the state.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz Friday announced Phase III of the Stay Safe MN plan, including a gradual turn of the dial to allow the re-opening of indoor dining, gyms, and […]
Minnesota State Fair Called Off for First Time Since World War II
The Great Minnesota Get Together is going to have to wait for the fall of the “great pandemic” of our time. The Minnesota State Fair has been canceled for 2020 […]