Author: Tony Langfellow

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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Nursing program gifted $1 million from alumnus

Nursing program gifted $1 million from alumnus

Former St. Cloud State student Jim Maciej and his wife Ann Marie Maciej gifted the university’s Department of Nursing Science in Brown Hall $1 Million to help renovate the program. By the Maciejs handing this gift to the nursing program, they are hoping it will be a wake up call to other St. Cloud State alumni to donate to the […]

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Northstar Rail provides service to Twins games

Northstar Rail provides service to Twins games

The Northstar commuter train will be providing convenient transportation to all of the home Minnesota Twins baseball games. The rail service will begin as the Twins play their first home game which will be on April 5. Additionally, the Northstar will be running their Northstar link bus service that connects folks from the St. Cloud area to the next train […]

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Facebook undergoes privacy issues

Facebook has been having problems with its privacy settings and this issue is now being investigated by the Federal Trade Commission. The reason that Facebook is under investigations is because the Federal Trade Commission needs to decide whether or not Facebook has been involved with “unfair acts.” The problem with the social media company committing unfair acts is that it […]

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Attack in France leaves people in critical condition

After the terrorist attacks in southern France     last week Pope Francis has come out and said that he does not condone the perpetrator’s acts. In addition, the pope also praised the actions of French Police officer Lt. Col. Arnaud Beltrame after he sacrificed his life for other people who were put into harm’s way. “I particularly welcome the generous […]

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Huskies fall to Denver University in NCHC championship

Huskies fall to Denver University in NCHC championship

After beating the North Dakota Fighting Hawks in St. Paul on Friday in overtime, the St. Cloud State Huskies were not able to relish up enough power to take the win against Denver University in the NCHC Frozen Faceoff championship game on Saturday. St. Cloud State fell short to Denver University by a final score of 4-1 and the game […]

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Helicopter crash kills passengers

Helicopter crash kills passengers

A helicopter crashed in the river of Manhattan’s East River and left five people dead due to the engine failing. As the helicopter began to crash down to the water, the pilot announced into the radio transmitter that the engine was unsuccessful and he yelled “Mayday, mayday, mayday” as the chopper went down. The incident occurred on Sunday, March 11 […]

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Texas package bombing causes stir

Texas package bombing causes stir

A package bomb that was deadly exploded earlier today in Austin, Texas, injuring a 75-year-old hispanic woman. With this recent package bomb, it makes it the third package bomb in the last month to occur. It is believed by investigators that the bomb that exploded on March 12 is connected to the package explosion that occurred 10 days ago on […]

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