Author: Ernest Cottier

New water systems coming to Minnesotta

New water systems coming to Minnesotta

The Minnesota Public Facilities Authority has decided to approve a plan to increase funding for water and infrastructure throughout the state of Minnesota.  The plan will bring an estimated $28.35 million dollars, the funds will mostly be used to fix and change old equipment used in water systems.  “I’m working hard to rebuild infrastructure in every corner of our state,” […]

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Prince’s final album will be released this June.  Minnesota native Prince wrote several songs for other artists throughout his illustrious career, Prince also created an album of his renditions of these songs.  This album will feature 15 “Originals” including “Nothing Compares 2 U,” the number 1 hit for Sinéad O’Connor; “The Glamorous Life,” Sheila E.’s signature song and Top 10 […]

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Twitter heats up in wake of Mueller report

Twitter heats up in wake of Mueller report

After the release of Robert Mueller’s investigation report Trump took to twitter to celebrate the victory.  Other supports came to his defense as well claiming the investigation to be nothing but a witch hunt.  Members of the Democratic party have been firing back though.  Corey Booker tweeted ” The American people deserve the truth. Not spin from a Trump appointee. […]

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Flintsone house center of controversy

Flintsone house center of controversy

A Flintstones inspired house in California is facing heavy fire from the state.  Retired publisher Florence Fang has created a massive homage to the 1960’s cartoon family the Flintstones.  The decorations are so large that they are visible from the nearby highway.  The town of Hillsborough claims that the decorations are a public nuisance.  All of the landscaping was also […]

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Jussie Smollet back in trouble

Jussie Smollet back in trouble

Jessie Smollet has been in the news recently for all the wrong reasons.  The charges against Smollet were recently dropped but now Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel is wanting him to pay the bill.  Mayor Rahm is not the only one upset with the case as President Donald Trump tweeted that the investigation was “an embarrassment to the nation.”  Smollet still […]

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Shooting victims honored

Shooting victims honored

Saint Cloud State University will honor those who were killed in the tragic terror attack on the mosque in New Zealand this past week. The terrorist attack occurred on March 15th at the Al Noor and Linwood mosques, more than 50 people died from the shooting and many more were injured.  Victims of the shooting will be honored at Atwood […]

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Arsonist arrested

Arsonist arrested

A Sauk Rapids man is facing arson charges after attempting to light his ceiling on fire.  Police were called on a Steven Odelius after noise complaints were called in from his neighbors at 1 A.M. this morning.  The police later returned about 4 hours later after multiple reports of smoke in the building.  Neighbors say that Odelius yelled multiple times […]

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Nuclear Summit

Nuclear Summit

The nuclear summit between United States President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have ended after a standoff over U.S. sanctions. Trump claims the breakdown happened due to North Korea’s refusal to empty their nuclear arsenal in exchange for the U.S lifting punishing sanctions on North Korea.  The summit in Hanoi, Vietnam was abruptly cut short. President […]

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Record breaking snowstorm

Minnesota continues it’s year of record breaking weather with more winter storms this week.  Wednesday’s snowstorm officially broke the record for most snow in the month of February, the previous record for the twin cities was 26.5 inches which has been passed by a full 5 inches at this point.  With more snow coming this weekend the record will continue […]

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Parkland Anniversary

Parkland Anniversary

Today is the one year anniversary of the tragic shooting in Parkland Florida.  Parkland high school as well as high schools across the country are showing unification after the shooting that affected so many.  Parkland and over a thousand schools in Florida observed a moment of silence this morning at 10:17 A.M. this was to honor the 17 victims who […]

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