Category: Sports

WCHA 20 Year Anniversary

WCHA 20 Year Anniversary

“The WCHA is an amazing league. I’ll tell everyone.” Said Jinelle Siergiej, the Assistant Women’s Hockey Coach at St. Cloud State University. The WCHA Women’s Hockey League was founded in 1999, and it is safe to say that over twenty years. It has changed the game. “It’s just getting better and better, it’s more competitive, you never know who is […]

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High School Football Safety

Football is a game known to be physical and aggressive, but on September 30th, a tragic event happened on the gridiron that shook the sport. The tragic event, was a death of 16-year-old linebacker, Dylan Thomas. Thomas, a Pike County High School football player, was announced dead on September 30th, According to Pike County Coroner, Terell A. Moody. Moody also […]

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Former Twin to throw first pitch at Rox opener

Former Twin to throw first pitch at Rox opener

The St. Cloud Rox have revealed a special guest for their 2018 home opener. The 2017 Northwoods League champions have announced that Juan Berenguer(bear-en-gare), a former reliever and 1987 World Series champion, will throw out the first pitch at 7:05 on Friday. Berenguer will also be signing autographs and interacting with fans. The pitcher famously known as “Señor Smoke” played 15 […]

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Former kicker responds to gun photo controversy

Former kicker responds to gun photo controversy

Jay Feely has responded to criticism over a Saturday Twitter post. The former NFL kicker uploaded a picture of his daughter and her prom date, with Feely standing in between, holding a pistol. Feely said that the picture was meant to be a joke, and that the couple, who have dated for at least one year, were in on it. […]

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A New Dog In Town

Former St. Cloud State Men’s Hockey Coach Bob Motzko announced his resignation from the university three days after the Huskies were knocked out of the NCAA tournament in the first round against Air Force. A search committee that included Athletic Director Heather Weems and university President Ashish Vaidya immediately formed to find his replacement. “Heather and I talked very quickly […]

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Twins eager and ready for upcoming Puerto Rico series

Twins eager and ready for upcoming Puerto Rico series

The Minnesota Twins are finally returning to the diamond. After three straight games were postponed due to a massive blizzard, the team is beginning a highly anticipated two-game series in Puerto Rico against the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday. The clubhouse was littered with blue suitcases as players have been eager for the trip.

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Cold Twins Home Opener

After days of shoveling, target field is finally ready for opening day. It took more than 70 employees and shovels to clear the field for this afternoon’s game. Employees had to turn to hot water to melt the snow and ice from the stands and concourse. Fans attending the game are urged to dress warm as the game is expected […]

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Notre Dame Women’s Basketball Claim 2nd National Title

Notre Dame Women’s Basketball Claim 2nd National Title

    (UTVS) St. Cloud – Excited could be an understatement for Notre Dame Women’s Basketball team after the NCAA National Championship game last night. The Fighting Irish claimed one of the biggest comebacks in title game history after rallying from a 15-point deficit in the third quarter and a 5-point deficit with under two minutes left in the game against […]

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Superintendent Replaced After Arrest from Indecent Exposure

Superintendent Replaced After Arrest from Indecent Exposure

The Rocori School District is holding a meeting March 29th at 6:30PM to vote on a new interim superintendent. The goal of tonight’s meeting is to narrow the three remaining candidates down to one, so that they can start the interview process on April 3rd. The previous Rocori superintendent, Scott Skaska was dismissed after being arrested for indecent exposure charges […]

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House Republicans urge School Safety Funding

House Republicans urge School Safety Funding

House Republicans are pushing for more funding on school security. They want to raise $50 million to be used for safety improvements in schools. The improvements would include security cameras, secure entrances, school resource officers, and bullet proof glass. Previously this year, Governor Mark Dayton called for $21 million to be used for school security and counselors in Minnesota schools. Since […]

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