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President Obama speaks about Al-Alwaki’s death

President Obama speaks about Al-Alwaki’s death

            WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says the killing of American-born cleric Anwar al-Awlaki in Yemen “is a major blow to al-Qaida’s most active operational affiliate.” Obama also says it “marks another significant milestone in the broader effort to defeat al’Qaida.” Al-Awlaki, a prominent figure in al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula who was said […]

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Controlled burn off of County Road 75

Controlled burn off of County Road 75

ST. CLOUD, MN – The St. Cloud Fire Department held a controlled burn off of County Road 75, near the McStop, today. According to the St. Cloud Fire Department, controlled burns are held frequently. They said that many people called to inquire about the large plume of smoke that the burn let off.

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A New Site For a New School

A New Site For a New School

    SAINT CLOUD- With a new school year in full swing, there are some changes on the Saint Cloud State University website. While the school has been busy the past few years restructuring the academics, the Saint Cloud State University communications department got busy fixing the website to reflect what was happening on the academic end. “We’re a refocused, […]

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St. Cloud, MN

St. Cloud receives grant to attract airlines

ST. CLOUD, MN – The City of St. Cloud just received a $750,000 federal grant that will help attract commercial air carriers to the area. St. Cloud Regional Airport has been without an air carrier for almost two years and local support is credited for securing the grant. Bill Towle, Director of St. Cloud Regional Airport, is excited about the […]

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Parkwood Renovations

Parkwood renovation underway

WAITE PARK, MN – A process that has taken over a year has finally come to a head; the Parkwood movie theatre in Waite Park has finally begun their renovation. The renovation will consist of adding a restaurant and a bar to the lobby, new memory-foam seats and soundfold in the theatres, new carpeting, updated restrooms and more. General manager […]

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Men’s hockey: from WCHA to NCHC

Men’s hockey: from WCHA to NCHC

SCSU Campus, ST. CLOUD, MN – Last Thursday St. Cloud State University announced that it’s men’s hockey team will be leaving the WCHA to join the NCHC in the 2013-14 season.

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James Bryson could be first in St. Cloud to serve life for rape

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St Cloud State hockey to join the NCHC

St Cloud State hockey to join the NCHC

ST. CLOUD, MN – Since 1990 the St. Cloud State University hockey team, have called the WCHA home. But come the 2013 season the Huskies will have a new home, the National Collegiate Hockey Conference. “Good afternoon everyone and welcome to today’s press conference” said Director of Athletic Media Relations for St Cloud State, Anne Abeck. With a guest panel of […]

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American hikers finally released

American hikers finally released

HIKERS FREED It’s been two years in the making; Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer were released from Tehran prison early this morning. Families of Fattal and Bauer received good news early this morning. At 5:15 CT Bauer and Fattal were officially released from Tehran prison after being there nearly 26 months. Fattal, Bauer, and Sarah Shroud, who was the third […]

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St. Cloud State University Men's Hockey

National Collegiate Hockey Conference extends membership to St. Cloud State

The National Collegiate Hockey Conference today announced that it has invited St. Cloud State University and Western Michigan University to join the new Division I men’s hockey conference which will begin play in the 2013-14 season.

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