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Erich Martens to be named the new executive director of the MSHSL

ST CLOUD- After over twenty years the Minnesota State High School League will have a new executive director. Dave Stead took on the role in 1988, but declared in August that he will be stepping down on February first and accepting a senior administrative role within the organization. After months of the application process the MSHSL approved Sauk Rapids-Rice principle […]

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Gerogia Dome Implodes

Gerogia Dome Implodes

The former home of the Atlanta Falcons is now a pile of rubble. The Georgia Dome imploded on the morning of November 20th using about 5,000 pounds of explosives. The Georgia Dome was home to two Super Bowls, The 1996 Summer Olympic games, and other big events.

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Deer hunting safety

ST. CLOUD, Minn- It’s that time of the year again where people spend their daylight hours outdoors looking for this years trophy buck. It is important however, that you keep a few tips in mind this season in order to ensure a safe and fun hunt. Lieutenant Mike Martin from the Minnesota DNR talks about safety tips including wearing blaze […]

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Ringing for a cause

It’s not truly Christmas time until you hear the ringing of the Salvation Army bells at your local businesses. A tradition that’s been around for over 120 years. St. Cloud Kettle Coordinator Laura Douvier explains how this collection of donation is what funds the program, the staff, and the ability to house the homeless. The salvation army helps people with […]

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O Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree season is here and Christmas tree farms in central Minnesota are gearing up for the busiest time of the year. B&J Evergreen is a Christmas tree farm in Clear Water Minnesota and they expect to see up to 15,000 people per year visit their farm. Trent Johnson the owner says they have trees up to 25 feet tall, […]

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Roy Moore pursues legal action.

Roy Moore pursues legal action.

Former Alabama judge Roy Moore will take legal action towards a newspaper for accusing him of sexual allegation of a 14-year-old girl. As more senators from both sides of the aisle are asking for Moore to drop out, he is telling his supporters in Alabama the story is “Fake News”. A former judge also questioned why these allegations came so close to the […]

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South Dakota Crops Go Down

South Dakota Crops Go Down

Production of Corn, Soybean, and Sorghum are expected to be down compared from last year. The Agriculture Department says that corn production will drop from five percent. Soy will drop by one percent, and Sorghum is down by ten percent. The drop in crop production is due to the drought last summer.

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Dan Schoen

One of Minnesota’s top democratic senators, Dan Schoen is called to resign after accusations of sexual harassment of women in state politics. Reports by MinnPost state that Senator Schoen has been accused of physically grabbing a woman from behind and giving unwanted attention to other women. Governor Mark Dayton says the reports are “totally unacceptable” and that he should resign […]

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Plane Crash

According to a national transportation safety board report, the vintage plane that crashed near a Moorhead airport was in distress before crashing and killing one person. Witnesses reportedly told investigators the plane Mark Yaggie of Breckenridge was piloting seemed to be “obviously in distress” before it went down. KFGO reports Yaggie was travling from Fargo, North Dakota to Pelican Raids, […]

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Deer harvest predicted to exceed last year

The deer season has begun with a bang. 70,724 deer were registered in the first two days of the season, according to the Department of Natural Resources. The DNR reports that 57 percent of the nearly 71,000 deer taken last weekend were bucks. 67 percent of deer taken opening weekend last year were bucks. Although the opening weekend haul is about the […]

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