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School breaks prime-time for break-ins

School breaks prime-time for break-ins

(St. Cloud, Minn.) – Less than a week away from Thanksgiving break, many students at St. Cloud State are gearing up for time off from school and a trip home for the holidays. However, they’re not the only ones that might be anticipating the time away. The south side neighborhood consists of mainly student housing and when students leave for […]

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Police reported after two burglaries in Richmond

Police reported after two burglaries in Richmond

RICHMOND, Minn – After two reported burglaries Thursday in Richmond, Minnesota patrols were increased.  According to Richmond Police Chief, Phil Jones, ” Someone broke into Regional Health Center Chiropratic which is at 307 Ivy Ave, SE, and HAffley’s Bar at 73 Main St. W. Cold Spring.” Jones said that these two incidents do not seem to be related. But on the other hand, Plantenberg’s Food Pride’s robbery was not related […]

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Warned to stop Occupy Duluth

Warned to stop Occupy Duluth

DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — Members of Occupy Duluth have a Sunday night deadline to stop camping in a downtown plaza. Duluth police are giving protesters until 11:59 p.m. Sunday to reduce their encampment to a single shelter. If they don’t comply the city will ask that all tents, signs and property be removed.

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Distracted driving

Distracted driving

ST. CLOUD, MINN – In the city or on the interstate, billboards aim to grab the attention of passers by. Usually, one wouldn’t think of billboards as illegal, until possibly passing by the billboard on Cooper Avenue in St. Cloud. The billboard features a QR code. The concept of a QR code is simple; the camera on any smartphone scans […]

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United Way re-gifts books

United Way re-gifts books

 ST. CLOUD, MN- The Imagination Library has been a long-time tradition at the United Way in Central Minnesota. Giving parents the idea to put a book in their children’s hand and jump-start their education. The mail-service library entitles each child, who signs up, a free book from the time of their birth until they reach their fifth birthday. “It’s kind of […]

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MnSCU’s new plan updates

MnSCU’s new plan updates

St. Cloud, MN- On September 20th MnSCU Chancellor announced three new approaches for doing business to keep tuition affordable. It has been nearly 60 days since he announced his plan and the Chancellor was ready to give the trustees a progress report. After seeing years of growth the MnSCU system saw a 2.5% decrease in enrollment from last fall. MnSCU […]

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Traffic on the westboung side of 2nd Street South waits for the light to turn green where it intersects Highway 15

St. Cloud has most dangerous intersection in state

  ST. CLOUD — MNDot did a study over the last three years to find out which intersections in the state of Minnesota were the most dangerous as far as accidents are concerned. St. Cloud residents may be shocked when they hear which intersection was deemed “most dangerous,” the intersection of Highway 15 and 2nd Street South. That may shock […]

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Tis the season

Tis the season

December is approaching fast. So, this year also our campus administration has organized a donation as a Christmas gift for Bel Clare children. Moving from November to December, we all are anxious for christmas. Sharing gifts and party time will be the most memorable day of life. Meanwhile, every year, from St. Cloud State, campus administration has sending christmas gifts to Bel Clare […]

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Mike Lippert instructing his students

Practice Makes Perfect

St. Cloud, MN-If you weren’t looking for it you may not have notice it, but just one mile south of I-94 and Highway 15 a new Athletic Training Facility is making some noise.

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Rally to Vote NO.

Rally to Vote NO.

With a big election just under a year away, one group is getting a head start on rallying the troops. Minnesota United for All Families hosted a rally last night at St. John Episcopal Church to bring awerness of the important question that will be on the ballot come 2012. “Our major thrust I guess is getting the message out to […]

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