Month: November 2017

Avoiding Holiday Fires

When it comes to the holidays, many can forget about how serious problems can come from ignorance. The holiday season can be a common time for fires to occur. Many of the reports are of kitchen fires and those who leaving their holiday meals unattended to entertain friends and family. Another common form of fire is electrical. Often time wires […]

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15-year-old suspected of arson

According to the St. Cloud Police Department, a fifteen-year-old boy is suspected of starting a fire in a Wyndemere Apartments detached garage. The fire department reports that the fire caused $130,000 of damage to an eight-stall garage. The police responded to the fire around 8:30 p.m. Saturday at 3420 West St. Germain Street  when flames were visible through the roof, […]

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Increase in pet adoptions around the holidays

Increase in pet adoptions around the holidays

ST.CLOUD, Minnesota – If you’ve never considered adopting a pet before, a quick trip to the St. Cloud Tri County Humane Society might change your mind. With so many furry friends looking for a home it’s hard to not want to take one home. Although the Tri County Human Society gets a lot of visitors throughout the year, they say […]

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Ice House New Rules

If you want to take your ice house on the lake, you will have get a license. New legislation will be implemented by the Department of Natural Resources as reported by the Pioneer Press. The Licenses will cost $16 bucks.  

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Black Friday deals: are they really worth it

Black Friday deals: are they really worth it

ST.CLOUD, Minnesota – As Thanksgiving approaches, many people are not only thinking about the turkey they’ll be eating this Thursday, but also the Black Friday deals that await as Thanksgiving Day comes to a close. Black Friday is touted as one of the best shopping days of the year – as far as sales are concerned. Many look forward to […]

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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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MOA Stabber Has History of Mental Illness

Authorities say that the man who stabbed two people at the Mall of America has a background of mental illness. 20-year-old Mahad Abdiraham is being charged with two counts of assault. Abdiraham was also charged stabbing two staff members last year at an in-patient psychiatric unit. Abdiraham was acquitted due to mental illness.

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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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