Category: News

Possible Change in the Smoking Age in Minnesota

Possible Change in the Smoking Age in Minnesota

  ST. CLOUD, Minnesota- Here in Minnesota the legal age to buy/smoke tobacco products is 18-years-old, except for the city of Edina where the legal age has been changed to 21-years-old. A CentraCare Health Foundation program called Crave the Change is looking to do the same here in the greater St. Cloud area. Meghan Bown, the director of Crave the […]

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St. Cloud to Host Hockey Day Minnesota 2018

St. Cloud to Host Hockey Day Minnesota 2018

ST CLOUD, Minn. – The iconic Minnesota hockey tradition, Hockey Day Minnesota will be coming to St. Cloud next year. “I think it’s great to be able to showcase what we have here in terms of our hockey culture and community,” said Eric Rud, St. Cloud State Head Women’s Hockey Coach. It was announced last night before game 4 of the […]

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Creating a Tighter Zone

Creating a Tighter Zone

ST. CLOUD, Minn;  The state of Minnesota has been discussing the issue of injuries in sports for some time now, but recently, the MSHSL released new regulations for baseball in regards to injuries due to pitching. These new regulations include monitored pitch counts and recovery time. This means that and pitcher at the varsity level has a maximum of 105 […]

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Interim Sheriff Named Following Sanner Retirement

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – After holding the position for fourteen-years, Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner stepped down Monday. Because the Stearns County Board of Commissioners was unable to name a new sheriff, Chief Deputy Bruce Bechtold, whom Sanner named as his recommendation, has filled the role, but how long remains the question. The Stearns County Board of Commissioners approved a […]

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Authorities Searching For Kidnapping Suspect

RICE, Minn. – Authorities are actively searching for the man suspected of kidnapping and possibly sexually assaulting a teenage boy, according to the Rice Police Department. Around 10:30 p.m. Monday, officers made contact with an 18-year-old man who told them he had been kidnapped, physically assaulted, and possibly sexually assaulted. The man told officers he was walking along a road […]

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Minnesota Commissioner Dies From Infection Complications

ST. PAUL, Minn. – According to the office of Governor Mark Dayton, the leader of Minnesota’s Bureau of Mediation Services passed away Tuesday following complications from a staph infection. Josh Tilsen, 67, became ill last week and is condition, “quickly worsened,” according to Dayton’s Chief of Staff Jaime Tincher. Tilsen died Tuesday morning with family present. Governor Dayton had this to say […]

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Waite Park Car Vandalism

Waite Park Car Vandalism

 According to police around one a.m. on Sunday morning an unidentified person damaged ten vehicles at the Luther Honda car dealership in Waite Park.The damage includes broken windows and mirrors and slashed tires. Police do not have a time table for the incident and are unsure of a motive as of now. Police officer Alice Mages says it is unfortunate […]

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Facebook Killer Update

Facebook Killer Update

A nationwide man hunt has come to a close earlier today. Police say the Facebook Killer identified as Steven Stephens shot and killed himself outside of northwest Pennsylvanian. According to police the 37-year old man who recorded himself in Cleveland killing an Ohio retiree posted the video on Facebook and was located by a McDonald’s employee after being spotted in […]

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Unicorn Drink

Unicorn Drink

NEW YORK (AP) – The popular coffee shop Starbucks, is releasing a new limited-time beverage that will debut Wednesday, April 19th. The drink will be called the Unicorn Frappuccino and will be a sweet and fruity beverage. The Unicorn Frappuccino will be sold nationwide until Sunday. The drink changes colors and flavors when you stir the beverage. The colorful drink […]

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Minnesota Garden Care

Minnesota Garden Care

Spring is officially here, and Minnesotans are thinking about their gardens. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture urges safe use of pesticides and fertilizers by carefully following label directions. Whether you do it yourself or hire a professional, it is important to remember that it is unlawful to apply products without following label instructions. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture suggests those […]

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