Author: Spencer Schacht

With the season of giving upon us many organizations are looking for volunteers to help out at their events. The St. Cloud area has more than 180 community service partners looking for help this holiday season. The Retirement and Senior Volunteer Program or RSVP has over 1,000 active volunteers who are 55 or older and they are always looking for […]

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Transgender Author Published His Second Book Under His New Name

Writing a book is no easy task but for one author writing a second book was his way of continuing what he started, but this time as his true self. Nate cannon is a transgender author who is very open about his struggles transitioning from Jennifer to Nate. in his first book, published under his birth name, he talks about […]

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Street Parking Regulations Change In St. Cloud Starting November First

With winter right around the corner street parking rules in St. Cloud are about to change. But many people in the streets are still unaware of the new rules starting on the first of the month. Parking on the street can be a hassle especially if you don’t know the rules. Starting on November first those rules change, St. Cloud […]

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Viktor’s Quest to Stop Bullying Comes to St. Cloud

October is National Bullying Prevention Month and to help educate kids the Minnesota Vikings stopped by a school in St. Cloud. Students at Athlos Academy were excited to meet Viktor the Viking and hear what he had to say. If you were to walk into the gymnasium at Athlos Academy Wednesday afternoon you would have heard screams of excitement, laughter […]

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Students Ask Questions to this Years MN House Candidates

With Midterm elections right around the corner St. Cloud State University hosted a candidate forum today to give students a chance to hear directly from the people who are running for office.   Over 100 students faculty and staff gathered in Atwood for this years Candidate forum. Up on stage running for district 14 a is DFL candidate Aric Puttnam […]

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St. Cloud State Students React to Racist Posts Made By Screamtown Owner

The owner of a twin cities Halloween attraction is facing major backlash after he wrote a Facebook post on a private page that was calling for “a zero-tolerance policy with Somalis” and went viral. Screamtown owner Matt Dunn has since published an apology on their Facebook page, but calls for a boycott of Screamtown continue to spread online. It all […]

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Anna Marie’s Alliance Building The New “Center for Family Peace”

Anna Marie’s Alliance in St. Cloud is not only expanding their building but also the services they provide. Today, construction on the Center for Family Peace is underway. Anna Marie’s will use this new building to provide prevention education, training, and other community services. Anna Marie’s Alliance has always focused on providing shelter for battered and abused women and children, […]

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Local Charter School Holds Fall Clothing Drive For Anna Marie’s Alliance

Local Charter School Holds Fall Clothing Drive For Anna Marie’s Alliance

As temperatures continue to drop people start to dust off their fall and winter clothes. But not everyone in St. Cloud is as fortunate, so one local school is stepping up and hosting a Fall Clothing Drive to make sure everyone can stay warm. Athlos Academy says they want to make sure their students not only develope their mind and […]

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Poland Tries to Extradite Minnesota Man, His Son Comes to his Defense

Poland is calling for the arrest and extradition of 98-year-old Michael Karkoc for his role as a Nazi commander during WWII, but his son Andriy Karkoc is coming to his father’s defense. In a press conference Saturday Andriy calls the Associated Press’s claims against his father baseless and unsupported the accusations that his father was a Nazi commander first came […]

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Stearns County is Cracking Down on Sex Trafficking

Stearns County is Cracking Down on Sex Trafficking

Sex trafficking in central Minnesota is on the rise and Stearns County is trying to crack down on the problem. The Stearns County Attorney’s office says they have found that most commercial sex buyers are middle aged men who are employed, married and, more often than not, have kids. The attorney’s office reports that they have found at least one […]

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