The Fourth of July and St. Joseph, Minnesota go hand in hand every year, and 2017 will be no exception; as Joetown Rocks! is set to go this Monday & Tuesday for the big summer holiday -- with a full slate of fun, fireworks, and entertainment.
Minnesota has the 11th lowest violent crime rate in the country, so relatively speaking we're a pretty safe state. The number crunchers at SafeWise analyzed the most recent FBI Crime Report -- and have determined that St. Joseph remains among the safest spots in the state.
ST. JOSEPH -- The Millstream Arts Festival is calling all regional artists to join them tomorrow (Sunday). The arts festival brings together artist from different backgrounds such as pottery, jewelry, fiber, glass, wood, painting, leather and photography...
The weather forecast for Tuesday looks perfect to enjoy an evening outdoors with a movie in the park. "Zootopia" will be showing at Millstream Park and will start around 9:00 p.m. Zootopia is an animated comedy adventure film.
St. Joseph's annual 4th of July celebration - Joetown Rocks - gets underway tomorrow (Sunday). The church parish festival will kick-off the concert at 6:00 p.m., featuring a celebration of the music of Neil Diamond.
A St. Joseph woman was severely hurt when she was attacked by two dogs on Monday afternoon. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office says 61-year-old Julie Lingl of St. Joseph was walking her small dog on the shoulder of the road, past a home.
St. Joseph was named Monday as the safest city in Minnesota in a report issued by Safewise, a home security and safety company. SafeWise chose the safest cities in Minnesota by reviewing the most recent FBI Crime Report statistics from 2014, along with population data.
The Fourth of July and St. Joseph, Minnesota go hand in hand every year, and 2015 will be no exception; as Joetown Rocks! is set to go this Friday & Saturday for the big holiday weekend -- with a full slate of fun, fireworks, and entertainment.