From the Editor: To know Rose Thunder is to admire her. A mom. A business owner. A true believer in the spirit of giving. Her husband, Ken, is one of […]
Stay at Home Order Hurts, but Not a Complete Shutdown for STMA Businesses
Walz order an aim to limit interactions, slow spread
Gov. Tim Walz took another unprecedented step in aiming to curb the threat of COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus, which has taken one Minnesota life and has […]
BREAKING: City of St. Michael Closes to Aid COVID-19 Fight
The city will continue to function and provide services, but the central office will be closed.
The City of St. Michael announced Monday, March 23 that all facilities and the city’s central office would be closed for an indefinite time. The move was made to protect […]
BREAKING: Restaurants, Bars, Even Gyms to Close to Public across Minnesota
Gov. Tim Walz issued executive order 20-04, taking drastic steps to curb crowds amid the fight against novel coronavirus.
Calling it an “imperative” to curb crowds and gatherings amid the state’s fight against COVID-19, Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz took extreme measures Monday, March 16, issuing Executive Order 20-04, which […]
St. Michael Dunn Bros. Adjusts Business Operations, Offers Free Lunches to Kids
The coffee shop became the first STMA business to alter operations to address COVID-19, and will offer food to kids who don't have access to lunch/breakfast.
In an unprecedented move, St. Michael’s Dunn Bos coffee shop will become a drive-thru only operation, an attempt to protect both employees and customers amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Additionally, the […]
Minnesota Announces School Closures, STMA to Close Immediately
St. Michael-Albertville School District will close all buildings to students beginning Monday, March 16 as the state continues to battle the spread of COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus. […]
Wright County Resident Tests Positive for COVID-19, New Guidelines Announced
A Wright County patient is recovering at home, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) recently announced a series of community-level strategies to help slow the spread of novel coronavirus in Minnesota communities. With a total of 21 cases […]
Minnesota Schools Remain Open as Activities, Society Change with COVID-19
Crowds will be removed from tournaments and school assemblies are a no-no, but classes will move ahead at St. Michael-Albertville and other school districts.
St. Michael-Albertville School District and their counterparts throughout Minnesota will press on with the school year Monday, March 16, despite the increasing number of state residents testing positive for the […]
Minnesota’s First Case of Novel Coronavirus Confirmed in Ramsey County
The elder resident of the Twin Cities has been feeling symptoms since late February.
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has confirmed Minnesota’s first presumptive case of novel coronavirus, COVID-19, health officials announced today. The case is an older adult resident of Ramsey County […]
STMA School District, Other Schools Release Guidance on COVID-19
Elk River, Monticello and many Twin Cities school districts have sent letters to concerned parents this week about the novel Coronavirus.
With the novel Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, now spreading throughout areas of the United States, school districts across the Twin Cities took time to inform concerned parents about the […]
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