Author: Jeremy Klein

Bird Flu hits Stearns County farm

Bird Flu hits Stearns County farm

 ST. CLOUD, Minnesota – The third sighting of the Avian Influenza has been spotted at a turkey farm in Stearns County after infections in Pope County and Kandiyohi County. The Program Director at the Minnesota Board of Animal Health Dr. Bill Hartmann said, “Whenever they’re migrating there is a risk of the viruses infecting poultry.” The Minnesota Board of Animal health have […]

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St. Cloud State fans adapt to Frozen Faceoff

St. Cloud State fans adapt to Frozen Faceoff

 MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota – “It doesn’t equate to downtown St. Paul, the Xcel Energy Center and the Final Five” said Pete Arnason a North Dakota fan. That was said about the Frozen Faceoff just two years after being created. Old WCHA fans still miss the March tradition that was the Final Five. But a new tradtion seems to be growing, at […]

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Wells Fargo robbery solved

Wells Fargo robbery solved

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Two men are behind bars after an attempted bank robbery that could have cost Wells Fargo over $20,000 last week. Drew Coldiron and James Hagburg were arrested Thursday after aiding and abetting theft at Wells Fargo on Tuesday. Coldiron walked into Wells Fargo dressed in a dark hooded sweatshirt and red hat and walked up to the […]

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Avoiding thin ice

Avoiding thin ice

ST. JOSEPH, Minnesota – Today marked the deadline for fish house removal on lakes according to the Minnesota DNR. Fish houses after 11:59 tonight, fish houses are supposed to be off the ice and are not allowed to stay on over night. According to the Minnesota DNR, if shelters are not removed, owners will be prosecuted and the structure and […]

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McGinnis trial continues

McGinnis trial continues

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – 1st Street North and Courthouse Square have seen a second murder trial in as many months, as day 3 of the Demetreus McGinnis trial took place today in St. Cloud. Today Scientists from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Forensic’s lab spoke after analyzing evidence from the investigation. It has been reported that McGinnis and 20 year old, […]

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Target Center gears up for NCHC tournament

Target Center gears up for NCHC tournament

Minneapolis, MINN. – After All-Star weekend in New York, the Minnesota Timberwolves’ Andrew Wiggins and Zach Lavine have gained a lot of attention, but back in Minneapolis inside the Target Center, hockey is getting all the attention. This week workers at the Target Center started the installation of the hockey rink that will be used for the NCHC tournament March […]

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Police update Bearson investigation

Police update Bearson investigation

MOORHEAD, Minn. – At 2:30 P.M. Monday, Moorhead police held a press conference to give an update on the investigation of the death of Sartell native, and NDSU student Tom Bearson. Despite the fact that the final autopsy report had been finished by the Ramsey County Medical Examiners, officers would not release any of the information regarding the autopsy because they […]

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Easton Brodzinski commits to SCSU

Easton Brodzinski commits to SCSU

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – St. Cloud State men’s hockey is getting another Brodzinski. Easton Brodzinski, Jonny Brodzinski’s younger brother, tweeted late last night, “I would like to announce my commitment to St. Cloud State University. Thanks for believing in me and I can’t wait to be a Huskie #HuskyNation!!” Brodzinski is a senior at Blaine High School, and has charted […]

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Brodzinski enters century club

Brodzinski enters century club

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – For the 26th time in St. Cloud State men’s hockey history, someone has charted 100 points in their career. Despite being under the weather, Junior Forward Jonny Brodzinski surpassed the century mark in points this past weekend in Colorado Springs, Colorado as St. Cloud State swept Colorado College by scores of 7-1, and 6-1. Brodzinski surpassed […]

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Auger commits to St. John’s

Auger commits to St. John’s

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – St. Cloud Cathedral Senior Tommy Auger dominated defensive backs on Friday nights, and now he will look to do it on Saturday afternoons in Collegeville. Late last week Auger committed to play football and baseball at St. John’s University next. Auger had offers from Gustavus, Minnesota-Duluth and St. Cloud State. Auger was named to the AP […]

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