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Famous Author Comes to St. Cloud

  The American Association of University Women (AAUW) and The St. Cloud Reading Room Society are bringing children author, Nancy Carlson to St. Cloud. Some of her of books include: “It’s Okay to Ask,” “Henry and the Bully,” and “A Visit to Grandma’s.” A presentation will be held at the Courtyard by Marriott, Nancy Carlson will be sharing her inspiration […]

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High School Football Safety

Football is a game known to be physical and aggressive, but on September 30th, a tragic event happened on the gridiron that shook the sport. The tragic event, was a death of 16-year-old linebacker, Dylan Thomas. Thomas, a Pike County High School football player, was announced dead on September 30th, According to Pike County Coroner, Terell A. Moody. Moody also […]

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City Council Member Died in Fatal Car Accident on Highway 200

City Council Member Died in Fatal Car Accident on Highway 200

  (AITKIN, MINNESOTA) UTVS – Late Sunday night, 61-year-old Vernon Owens was the passenger of a Chevy Cruze that hit a bear going down Highway 200 in Aitkin County. During the inspection of the damage dealt with the vehicle he was riding in, Owens was struck by a passing motorist on the side of the road said State Patrol. The incident […]

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Bemidji State Death

(BEMIDJI, Minn.) An 18-year-old man is dead after he fell from a residence hall at Bemidji State University. At 12:30 AM on Sunday officers responded to a call at Tamarack Hall, a residence building on Bemidji States campus. When they arrived they found a man on the ground bleeding outside of the 12 story building. Authorities reported that the man […]

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Anna Marie’s Alliance Building The New “Center for Family Peace”

Anna Marie’s Alliance in St. Cloud is not only expanding their building but also the services they provide. Today, construction on the Center for Family Peace is underway. Anna Marie’s will use this new building to provide prevention education, training, and other community services. Anna Marie’s Alliance has always focused on providing shelter for battered and abused women and children, […]

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Minnesota Driver’s License Centers Closed Friday

Minnesota Driver’s License Centers Closed Friday

  Minnesota residents will be able to begin applying for a REAL ID beginning Monday, October 1, 2018. Driver’s license centers in Stearns County and across the state will closed Friday, September 28 while the state updates computer systems in the centers. The system updates are needed to process REAL ID license requests. License centers will remain open for all other […]

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Minnesota Department of Health looks to Progesterone to Combat Infant Mortality

Minnesota Department of Health looks to Progesterone to Combat Infant Mortality

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA — In efforts to reduce infant mortality, the Minnesota Department of Health is highlighting the value of Progesterone for pregnant women. Progesterone is a hormone that a woman’s body naturally makes during a pregnancy and is vital for an infants health. Recent studies show that the practice of Progesterone shots can help reduce the risk of a preterm […]

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Wind Farm Project

Wind Farm Project

(ST.PAUL, Minn.) A wind farm project in southern Minnesota has been unanimously approved by Minnesota regulators. Site and route permits were approved for Inverenergy’s wind farm project. 40 turbines would be constructed southeast of Albert Lea, with 60 more being built across the border of Iowa. This project would cost 300 million dollars and produce up to 200 megawatts of […]

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Property Tax Increase

Property Tax Increase

Tax Levies are likely to increase in Stearns County. On Tuesday, the Stearns County Board members have approved of a preliminary 2019 levy of $80.5 million; a 3.8% increase from this year. Meaning there will be a 3.8% increase in property tax; although Stearns County is having an increase in property values, the property tax rates are expected to decrease. […]

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Minneapolis Shooting

Minneapolis Shooting

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minneapolis police responded to gunfire around 5 a.m. on Thursday. Police responded to the gunfire where they found a male victim suffering a gunshot wound. The victim was lying on the streets on the city’s north side. The victim was taken to the North Memorial Center where he later passed away. According to officials no one is […]

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