Author: Ryan Juntti

St. Cloud to Host Hockey Day Minnesota 2018

St. Cloud to Host Hockey Day Minnesota 2018

ST CLOUD, Minn. – The iconic Minnesota hockey tradition, Hockey Day Minnesota will be coming to St. Cloud next year. “I think it’s great to be able to showcase what we have here in terms of our hockey culture and community,” said Eric Rud, St. Cloud State Head Women’s Hockey Coach. It was announced last night before game 4 of the […]

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St. Cloud State Hosts Harlem Globetrotters

St. Cloud State Hosts Harlem Globetrotters

ST. CLOUD, Minn – Fans were able to see some high-flying entertainment on the night of Wednesday, April 12 at Halenbeck Hall on the St. Cloud State campus, as the Harlem Globetrotters came to St. Cloud as part of their 2017 World Tour. “I was pretty amazed at the way they do their tricks. I can’t believe how high they […]

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Husky Sports Band Responds to Adversity

Husky Sports Band Responds to Adversity

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – The St. Cloud State University Husky Sports Band has had to deal with change as their long time band director of 11 years, Glen Tuomaala left the university when his wife accepted a job in Ohio. The band members were informed of his upcoming departure after their performance at a St. Cloud State basketball game in late February. […]

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St. Cloud Man Receives 2017 Bush Fellowship

St. Cloud Man Receives 2017 Bush Fellowship

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Emmanuel Oppong, a St. Cloud man, and an immigrant from Ghana, West Africa was one of 24 people to receive the 2017 Bush Fellowship. Oppong works for the St. Cloud Mayor’s Office as the community engagement coordinator for the city of St. Cloud. Dave Kleis, St. Cloud Mayor hired Oppong about a year ago. 629 people […]

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First Responders Honored For Response to Crossroads Mall Stabbings

First Responders Honored For Response to Crossroads Mall Stabbings

WAITE PARK, Minn – First responders from the incident at Crossroads Mall where a man stabbed several people were honored on the night of Wednesday, March 22 at the Waite Park City Hall. “We don’t know if or when, we just have to be ready,” said Anthony Reznicek, Waite Park Police Officer, and one of the first responders from the night of […]

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Remembering A Local Icon

Remembering A Local Icon

ST. CLOUD, Minn – The Coborn’s family suffered a tragedy, as Dan Coborn, former Chairman, President, and C.E.O. of Coborn’s Inc. passed away peacefully Wednesday morning at the age of 86. “He was really known for his smile, but a lot of people looked up to him as a mentor as well,” said Kevin Hurd, communications and engagement specialist for […]

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Community Reacts to Sartell Town Hall Meeting

Community Reacts to Sartell Town Hall Meeting

SARTELL, Minn. – The Sartell town hall meeting took place the night of Wednesday, Feb. 22. A couple hundred people attended, and the meeting gave community members from all different backgrounds the chance to ask questions, and express their concerns to Tom Emmer, U.S. Representative for Minnesota’s 6th district. At the meeting inside the Sartell City Hall there were questions […]

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Reconstruction Plans In Place For Downtown St. Cloud

Reconstruction Plans In Place For Downtown St. Cloud

  ST. CLOUD, Minn – Parts of downtown St. Cloud are set to undergo reconstruction. The St. Cloud City Council voted at their meeting on Monday, Feb. 13 to put plans in effect to upgrade 5th Avenue South, 7th Avenue North, and St. Germain Street. “We’re really looking at the pedestrian space. How can we enhance that to make it […]

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St. Joseph Restaurant Under New Management

St. Joseph Restaurant Under New Management

ST. JOSEPH, Minn. – “Sliced” is a restaurant in St. Joseph that is about a year old. Known for it’s pizza, the restaurant is now under new ownership. Mary Kuebelbeck, who lives in St. Joseph, and has 15 years of experience in the restaurant business, took ownership on January 3 after hearing that the restaurant might be changing ownership. “I […]

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Staying Safe On The Lakes

Staying Safe On The Lakes

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – When people think of Minnesota, lakes are one of the first things that come to mind. In the summer it is about soaking up the sun, while the winter is about activities such as ice fishing and snowmobiling. While the lakes can be enjoyable, there are dangers associated with them as well, especially in the winter […]

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