Month: March 2018

Easter Egg Hunt At St. Cloud  Country Club

Easter Egg Hunt At St. Cloud Country Club

Looking for eggs this Easter weekend? If so then you’re in luck! The Saint Cloud is Hosting an Easter Egg Hunt for three different age groups ranging from 1-Year-Olds all the way to 12-Year-Olds. Kids are able to hunt for the eggs on the country club grounds. Find Easter Eggs on the clubhouse grounds and turn them in for a […]

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Tornadoes in Texas

Tornadoes in Texas

Tornadoes hit the ground in East Huntsville, Texas on Wednesday. Homes are damaged and powerlines are down, but despite that authorities say no one was injured. The severe weather continues to pose a threat of dangerous wind gusts, lightning and flooding as the storms move eastward. Flash floods are hitting a large portion of the southeast United State including parts of Tennessee, […]

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Inver Grove Heights Update

Inver Grove Heights Update

Authorities say two teenage boy are being charged in juvenile court with second-degree assault and first-degree riot. The fatal fight broke out between two opposing groups on a party bus in Inver Grove Heights early Saturday. The fighting began as they were getting off the bus in a movie theater parking lot. Gun shots were then fired killing Nineteen-year-old Billy Ray Nobles. […]

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State legislatures putting the “citizenship question” in question

The White House’s decision to include a citizenship question in the 2020 U.S. Census is being brought to court. 12 states are suing the administration for proposing the addition of the question. “The Census is supposed to be a count of residents, not citizens,” said political science professor Edward Greaves. Greaves agrees with opposers, saying implementing the citizenship question will […]

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Minneapolis shooting

Minneapolis shooting

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A fatal shooting took place near a housing complex in Minneapolis early on Sunday morning. 18 year old Juan Antonio Vasquez Jr. was charged in the murder of 19 year old Alexander LeGarde. Juan has been charged with second-degree murder in LaGarde’s death and is also charged with second-degree assault for hitting a younger teen that was […]

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Canned chicken recall

Canned chicken recall

MADELIA, Minn. (AP) – A recall on 48 tons of canned chicken with Tony Downs Food Co. has been put in place after the products were found to have a potential contamination of hard plastic. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said the recall was issued in Madelia, Minnesota, where the items were produced on November 28th […]

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Iowa Replacing Corn Production With Soybean

Iowa Replacing Corn Production With Soybean

The state of corn may be becoming the state of soybeans. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that Iowa has more farmers intending to plant soybean then corn this year. Which is a first in 35 years, last reported in 1983. The cost in producing corn is more expensive in than the cost of soybean production due to the need […]

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Minnesota joins lawsuit

Minnesota joins lawsuit

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota is joining with California in a lawsuit against the Trump administration’s proposal to include a citizenship question in the 202 census. The lawsuit was filed by California’s General Attorney Xaiever Becerra on Tuesday and several other states, as well as Minnesota, have since joined in on the lawsuit. Officials in other states have also began contemplating their own […]

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Governor Dayton’s Letter to Stop Deportation of Liberian Americans

Governor Dayton’s Letter to Stop Deportation of Liberian Americans

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton sent a letter to President Donald Trump to reconsider a decision in which thousands of Liberian Americans could be deported within the year. President Trump issued a message that he was looking to terminate Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) for Liberian Americans. A program that has allowed Liberians to stay within the United States while seeking political refuge. […]

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FBI Document Leak

FBI Document Leak

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A former Minnesota agent has been charged for allegedly leaking confidential FBI documents. Albury faces a charge that claims one of the documents he allegedly shared relates to information that reveals how the FBI assesses confidential informants. He faces two counts of unauthorized disclosure of national defense information and his attorneys. Albury’s attorneys say he is taking […]

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