Author: Jordan Pomputis

The Beauty of Community

ST CLOUD, MN – Friday night Paramount Theatre in downtown St. Cloud had their opening night for the much anticipated Disney Classic Beauty and The Beast The Musical. The community theatre’s almost 100 years of history has stayed popular with the help of members throughout the community. The leads in this musical range from teacher to office manager, but no […]

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St. Cloud State is Proud of Lower Percentages of Student Drinking

In the state of Minnesota 424 arrests were made on St. Patrick’s day weekend for drunk driving, St. Cloud State was pleased to announce that none of them were SCSU students. “We’ve made a lot of progress in the last 10 years,” drug and alcohol prevention director Jen Johnson said. Ten years ago St. Cloud State had a higher drinking […]

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Bob Motzko Hangs up his Husky Sweater

ST. CLOUD, MN- After a heartbreaking loss for the No. one St. Cloud State hockey team to No. 16 Airforce Academy last week, the campus of St. Cloud State was not ready for the announcement that’d it’d be head coach Bob Motzko’s last game as a husky. On his 57th birthday Tuesday, Motzko announced that after 13 seasons he’d be […]

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St. Cloud Winter Sports Heating Up

ST. CLOUD, MN – This year has been an exceptional one for both division one and division two sports at St. Cloud State University. From the mats to the ice, each team has past new milestones, building the husky athletics dynasty. “It all starts with our coaches. At the end of the day the recruiting they do, the culture they […]

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St. Cloud’s Effort to Keep the Campus Safe

ST. CLOUD, mn – With school shootings becoming more common, the campus of St. Cloud State University feels it is crucial to be prepared and take steps to keep their students safe. Public Safety director Kevin Whitlock says the school implemented a comprehensive safety plan for the campus. That safety plan includes things like more lighting throughout the campus, parking […]

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Flat Iron Comes Full Circle

ST. CLOUD, mn – After over two decades the Flat Iron has made it’s way back to downtown St. Cloud, this time with a different kind of drink behind the bar. In the early 1970’s the historically narrow building became the home to the Flat Iron Tavern, known for their famous Darrell Burgers. Two weeks ago Travis Stoerzinger reopened the […]

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Erich Martens to be named the new executive director of the MSHSL

ST CLOUD- After over twenty years the Minnesota State High School League will have a new executive director. Dave Stead took on the role in 1988, but declared in August that he will be stepping down on February first and accepting a senior administrative role within the organization. After months of the application process the MSHSL approved Sauk Rapids-Rice principle […]

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Deer hunting safety

ST. CLOUD, Minn- It’s that time of the year again where people spend their daylight hours outdoors looking for this years trophy buck. It is important however, that you keep a few tips in mind this season in order to ensure a safe and fun hunt. Lieutenant Mike Martin from the Minnesota DNR talks about safety tips including wearing blaze […]

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Ringing for a cause

It’s not truly Christmas time until you hear the ringing of the Salvation Army bells at your local businesses. A tradition that’s been around for over 120 years. St. Cloud Kettle Coordinator Laura Douvier explains how this collection of donation is what funds the program, the staff, and the ability to house the homeless. The salvation army helps people with […]

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Raiders are Leaving Oakland, Again

Raiders are Leaving Oakland, Again

The Raiders announced earlier today that they are relocating to Las Vegas, Nevada. The news came after NFL owners approved the move 31-1. The decision came after Raiders owner, Mark Davis attempted to build a new stadium for years. After no success, he began looking elsewhere and landed on the bright lights of Las Vegas. Nevada lawmakers approved public funding […]

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