Author: Lindsey Branwall

Minnesota to change immunization recommendations for K-12

Minnesota to change immunization recommendations for K-12

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – It has been 10 years since the last revision to Minnesota’s immunization recommendations, but now the Center for Disease Control is proposing changes to vaccination requirements for Kindergarten through 12th graders to ensure that Minnesota kids are staying healthy.

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Dick Lusk gives baseball cards away to young fans

Baseball fan and stadium worker’s love for Twins is double

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – For Minnesota baseball fans, it’s hard to deny a trip to target field, to watch the Twins play. Whether it’s the hot dogs, the service, or just the game, with the Twins, it seems you should expect it double!

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Herbert works with student to sound out letters

Volunteer learns passion by logging 600 hours in classroom

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – In a classroom, one may expect to see a lot of numbers. In Madison Elementary Kindergarten teacher Miss Lucken’s classroom, you’ll hear them often. Students “give ten” when they need to be quiet

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Pets and owners at Whitney Dog Park, St. Cloud

Pet owners to be aware of effect on environment this spring

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Bob Frasier and his dog Ingrid walk around Whitney Park a few times a week. “We’re just out here to walk around and get to where she wants to go,” Frasier of St. Cloud said.

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Cross-country skier takes advantage of spring snow

Winter weather affects spring businesses

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – From inside the greenhouse at Fairview Gardens, many wouldn’t guess it looked like winter outside their walls. “We’ve had a bit of a relaxed spring,” Owner of Fairview Gardens Chanda Gebhardt said. “We’re not in that big of a rush to get everything done.” But for a business that relies on spring conditions, Fairview is surprisingly […]

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Patrons of Project Homeless Connect were given sandwich lunches

Project Homeless Connect aims to open door of opportunities for homeless

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – When the first day of spring feels like the middle of a Minnesota Winter, a warm meal is welcomed. But to those who crowded in the St. Cloud Regional Library today, it’s heaven sent. “It’s kind of uplifting [to] you a little bit,”

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SCSU Men’s Hockey players have history in past, present, future

ST. CLOUD, Minn – Minnesota is known as the state of hockey, and the term “lifetime sport” is innate to many.

“Just skating outdoors in Hermantown—that’s kind of what I grew up doing

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Weather spotter service train to keep community safe

Weather spotter service train to keep community safe

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Not everyone sees meteorology as a service. “In the late 60s, Tracy, Minnesota was hit with a tornado and several people lost their lives, and many houses were totaled and damaged. So, after you see something like that whatever you can do to kind of give people advanced warning and kind of strive for

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Plenty of potholes on St. Cloud streets after a winter full of warming and freezing

Potholes become price of spring on St. Cloud streets

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Everyone knows the feeling of driving over a pothole. “Whoa! Missed that one,” St. Cloud resident Jennifer Shorter said to explain her reaction each time she hits a pothole. A pothole starts as a simple crack.

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Bob getting bathed

Minnesota School of Business students learn and raise money for local animal shelters

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Sandy Klinker knows how it feels to be loved by “man’s best friend”. “Copper, I got her almost 10 years ago at a farm out of Brainerd,” dog owner, Klinker said. “They’re both AKC. Jake was a rescue from a puppy mill. He’s very timid, very shy around other people.”

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