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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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James Bryson’s grand jury proceedings

James Bryson’s grand jury proceedings

ST. CLOUD, MN – Today began the grand jury proceedings of the James Bryson rape case. Now because of the severity of his alleged crimes he could face up to life in prison. Mike Quinn of the Stearns county attorney office says, the sixteen to possibly twenty four jury members were chosen at random. This grand jury will hear the […]

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Gay Pride Flag

LGBT reaction to gay bar

ST. CLOUD, MN – Biology 701 will be the first gay bar in downtown St. Cloud. It will open in about a month pending the approval of their liquor license. A long with excitement and buzz, the fear of backlash isn’t forgotten.

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9/11: “A Day to Remember”

9/11: “A Day to Remember”

For the tenth anniversary of 9/11 people came together to remember the fallen. The attacks of Sept. 11 sent ripple effects throughout the country, even in Minnesota.

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Ban on bottled water sales

Ban on bottled water sales

Water bottles are having negative impact on the environment and the economy, with an average spending of around $20,000.00 per year. With state budgets being cut, that funding could go to funding campus programs for growth and community leadership.

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