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College Debt.. It’s real

College Debt.. It’s real

  College is an opportunity to learn and grow but when student’s years at universities start coming to a close pressure sets in to find a job not only to make a living but to pay off student debt. A university is a learning place for many but it comes with a big bill. Minnesota was recently name the fifth […]

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NASA got a hold of one professor

NASA got a hold of one professor

St.Cloud– Walking into class and sitting down you wouldn’t really think about what your teacher does in their spare time, but one teacher at St. Cloud State goes beyond what one could imagine. Jason Aarstad, a physics student at St.Cloud State, says he had no clue he was a teacher. “No I didn’t know anything, I know he runs the […]

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Cell phone companies selling personal information

Cell phone companies selling personal information

Your cell phone company has your address, your internet history, and even your current where abouts, and now this informattion could be sold to other parties. Verizon wireless is the first cell phone company to admit that they are selling their customers information directly to businesses. Other phone companies say they don’t actually hand over the information but they do […]

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Michele Bachmann says GOP can’t have nominee with ‘surprises’

Michele Bachmann says GOP can’t have nominee with ‘surprises’

MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (AP) — Republican presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann says her party can’t have a nominee with “surprises” in his record, a jab at rival Herman Cain as he defends himself against allegations of sexual harassment. The congresswoman from Minnesota told a meeting of Baptists in Iowa on Tuesday night that the GOP needs to have a candidate the party […]

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St. Cloud schools consider adding instruction time

St. Cloud schools consider adding instruction time

ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) — The St. Cloud school district has one of the shortest school days in the state, but now it’s looking to add instruction time to jumpstart student achievement. Superintendent Bruce Watkins tells the St. Cloud Times (http://bit.ly/sSENhp ) that adding minutes to the school day could also help tighten a lingering achievement gap between white and […]

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MnSCU pushing former student for degree

MnSCU pushing former student for degree

St. Cloud, MN- Minnesota State College and Universities system now have ” Graduate Minnesota” campaign to each and every those student who just have college credits to complete their degree program. However, System Chancellor Steven J. Rosenstone said that getting bachelor degree helps student to get better job. Though there are many opportunities in United States, people are still back for […]

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Shoes For Africa

Shoes For Africa

ST. CLOUD, MN — Each year over one-million children die from diseases that could be prevented from something as simple as shoes, yes, those shoes that you have sitting in your closet that have not seen the light of day in years. Something as simple as that could save lives for children in Africa. That is exactly what Funwi Tita […]

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Herman Cain under fire for sexual harassment allegations

Herman Cain under fire for sexual harassment allegations

During an appearance at an American Enterprise Institute event Herman Cain denied accusations against him for sexually suggestive behavior. The Republican Presidential candidate says he was falsely accused of sexually harassing at least two female employees while with the National Restaurant Group. Cain also states he will address questions regarding the matter when he appears at the National Press Club.

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Early snowstorm pounds East coast

Early snowstorm pounds East coast

EAST COAST, U.S.- A day after a rare October snowstorm hit the East coast this weekend, more than 2.4 million people were left without power. The storm took many people for surprise and stranded folks in their homes and away from their everyday activities. Parts of the northeast were buried under more than two feet of snow killing at least six […]

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Halloween Harvest Festival

Halloween Harvest Festival

ST. CLOUD, MN – The American Indian Center (AIC) hosts a Harvest Festival every Fall. And this year the pumpkin carving contest is a smashing success.

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