Author: Tony Langfellow

St. Cloud State Public Safety vehicle.

Public Safety vehicles not in compliance with law

St. Cloud State University’s Public Safety vehicles have been informed by the St. Cloud Police department that their security vehicles’ coloring is not in compliance with the Minnesota state law. The St. Cloud Police department received complaints from residents in late April about a security vehicle at the Islamic Center of St. Cloud looking too similar to St. Cloud’s police […]

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Husky Dome in the midst of deflation on April 24. Photo courtesy of Tony Langfellow.

Husky Dome comes down for summer

Winter is officially over at St. Cloud State University with the takedown of the Husky Dome that happened on April 24, and there was a lot of work for everyone to do to complete everything. Each spring, the St. Cloud State Husky Dome is taken down for the summer by around 200 SCSU athletes and athletic staff, and every single […]

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Bike MN promotes safe bicycle riding for everyone.

Bike MN promotes safe biking for kids

The Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota promotes pedestrian safety for children around the state to find a safe route to school and as a fun mode of transportation by bike or on foot. It is their goal to get more people to ride bicycles and stay healthy along with getting everyone to enjoy it. “We do bicycle advocacy, encouragement and education […]

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SCSU to face changes with e-mail

SCSU to face changes with e-mail

The Minnesota State system is implementing some new changes to the St. Cloud State University e-mail platform over summer break, which will provide a new e-mail address to all new and returning students. The e-mail program that St. Cloud State uses is Microsoft Office Outlook 365, but Minnesota State has been transitioning all of their institutions to a new “shared […]

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Husky Baseball gets ranked #6 in the country

Husky Baseball gets ranked #6 in the country

The St. Cloud State Husky baseball team led off the 2019 season in Texas, Missouri and Arizona at the beginning of February with an impressive amount of wins and ultimately earning a high ranking in mid-March in national polls. The Collegiate Baseball Newspaper’s national poll ranked the Huskies as the number six team in the country and the National Collegiate […]

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St. Cloud’s Central Cafe to close in March

St. Cloud’s Central Cafe to close in March

After a battle with Time Warner and then a decline in business, Central Cafe in downtown St. Cloud announced that they will be closing their store at the end of March. Owners Odessa and Alan Scherr have been trying to sell their coffee shop since the spring of 2018, but since they have not had any takers, they decided closing […]

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St. Cloud residents struggle with winter parking

In Minnesota, the winter season is often more stress than it’s worth, especially when it comes to parking a vehicle in the street after a heavy snowfall. As far as the rules and regulations for the City of St. Cloud go during a snow emergency, it is important to know where it is alright to park so the snow plows […]

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Enrollment drops at SCSU; rises at SCTCC

Enrollment drops at SCSU; rises at SCTCC

St. Cloud State University and St. Cloud Technical and Community College are both facing an enrollment change during their fall 2018 semester and it is a trend that has continued to fluctuate over the years. The enrollment numbers at St. Cloud State University are down from last year once again going from around 14,500 to about 13,500 students. With enrollment […]

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Molitor's Haunted Acres is open on Weekend during the month of October.

21 years of fear at Molitor’s Haunted Acres

Molitor’s Haunted Acres is now in its 21st year of operation and continues to entertain and scare people each weekend throughout the month of October. Now that they are 20-plus-years in the making, the Molitor family and staff are ecstatic to be back for another year of frightening customers and it all started simply because it’s a fun experience. “Growing […]

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Maintenance expo brings new innovations

Maintenance expo brings new innovations

Each year, the Minnesota fall maintenance expo is hosted by the City of St. Cloud’s Public Works facility to bring new ideas and new equipment. The expo is a way for different engineering vendors to expose themselves to cities and citizens from all across the state of Minnesota. “This expo gets bigger and bigger every year, there’s more participants, more […]

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