Category: News

SCSU 9/11 ceremony

  On the 18th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that killed thousands of innocent people, members of the St. Cloud community gathered to commemorate the holiday. Military, first responders, fire and police responders were all in attendance as they held a flag raising ceremony in front of the SCSU administration building. Fire department captain Glen Koshiol told me that he […]

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Photo Courtesy of Minnesota Department of Corrections.

Shakopee man sentenced after large amount of drugs found in home

A Shakopee man has been sentenced to over 20 years in prison for extensive drug crimes. The U.S Attorney’s Office says 26-year-old Miles Lewis had initially pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and possession of firearms in December. His drug trafficking crimes came up to an end when police found 2,238 grams of methamphetamine, 338 grams of […]

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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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The Highest Paid Actors as of Right Now

The Highest Paid Actors as of Right Now

With the summer blockbuster season starting up once again, some of Hollywood’s biggest stars are about to receive some pretty big paychecks. Ryan Reynolds comes in at number one as the highest paid actors as of right now he is about to pull in twenty-seven million for his next project. Following him it’s a tie be Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson […]

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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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Flags flying half-staff after death of conservation officer

Flags flying half-staff after death of conservation officer

Governor Tim Walz is ordering flags down to half-staff in honor of a fallen conservation officer. Eugene Wynn died last Friday after being thrown from a boat during a search on Cross Lake. The governor proclaimed Wynn’s excellence, saying that Wynn was an outstanding officer admired and respected by his peers while serving with dignity and pride. All flags at […]

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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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Former officer Noor’s partner takes the stand at trial

Former officer Noor’s partner takes the stand at trial

The partner of the police officer who shot and killed an unarmed woman in July 2017 took the stand on Thursday. Officer Matthew Harrity said in his testimony that he caught saw something to the left of the police SUV he was driving. After immediately drawing his gun, Harrity heard Noor fire his weapon, which would be the fateful shots […]

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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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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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