Author: Kirsten Krull

A Hero’s Story

There are many reasons for why people choose to join the military, but for one veteran, the reason was simple. “I didn’t want to be a farmer” said James Shoberg, a Korean War Veteran. “As a young man I wanted to do something more interesting and I didn’t want to go onto college, so I enlisted in the Marines and […]

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Our Nation’s Heroes

From the lakes of Minnesota, all the way to the nation’s capitol, 51 veterans embarked on a day trip to Washington D.C. that honored them for their service. The Honor Flight was created as a way to give the thanks to the veterans that served our country that they may not have received when they returned home following the war. […]

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A New Dog In Town

Former St. Cloud State Men’s Hockey Coach Bob Motzko announced his resignation from the university three days after the Huskies were knocked out of the NCAA tournament in the first round against Air Force. A search committee that included Athletic Director Heather Weems and university President Ashish Vaidya immediately formed to find his replacement. “Heather and I talked very quickly […]

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Pothole Season

As the winter months draw to a close, and the snow begins to melt and uncover the road underneath, you may notice one inconvenience when driving; potholes. “The road is flexible so it’s always moving” said Frank Froelich, Assistant Maintenance Supervisor at St. Cloud Public Works. Potholes seem to show up at the end of every winter, and there is […]

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Fill Our Closet

Two organizations at St. Cloud State University have joined forces to make an impact for an on campus community. The Graduate Student Organization has partnered with the LGBT Resouce Center to put on a clothing drive to help members of the LGBT community. “We want to do a clothing drive that allows queer folk to be able to have access […]

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A Program of Excellence: St. Cloud State Wrestling

The St. Cloud State Wrestling team spent their spring break differently than most students do; by competing for a national title. The Huskies made the trek down to Cedar Rapids, Iowa over the weekend to compete in the NCAA Division II Wrestling Championship, and they didn’t come home empty handed. The team brought home their third national title in four […]

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Embracing the Elements at SocialICE

  From live music, to hand carved ice sculptures, SocialICE offers something for everybody. This event hosted in Rochester, Minnesota happens once a year in the downtown area’s Peace Plaza. SocialICE also offers a unique experience that residents have taken a liking to.  “It’s a fun event, it’s something different” said Rochester resident Archna Patel. “It’s something that I can […]

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New App for Dog Lovers

New App for Dog Lovers

Do you wish you had a furry friend, but you don’t have the time to take care of one? There is now a solution for you, and you can also make a little extra cash in the process. There is a new app that is making waves that allows you to be a dog walker on demand. The app is […]

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Zach Parise Honors Late Father

Zach Parise Honors Late Father

MINNESOTA – The Minnesota Wild added something special to their warm-ups last night, but one player in particular made them a little more meaningful. The Wild wore replica North Star jerseys to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the NHL coming to the Twin Cities. Veteran forward Zach Parise who struck fans hearts by wearing his late fathers old school helmet […]

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Zach Parise Takes a Slap to the Face

Zach Parise Takes a Slap to the Face

The Minnesota Wild took on the NHL’s top scoring team last night, the Washington Capitals. The game was an offensive battle, with Washington wining 5-4 in overtime. What stuck with the fans was the physicality of the game, which resulted in one of the Wild’s star players taking a leave from the game. Not a good scene for fans as the […]

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