Day: March 13, 2018

St. Cloud benefits from MN job boom

Minnesota just earned a new set of jobs since January. While the benefits have spread across all regions. The Granite City, in particular, gained 262 out 2500 of those new jobs. The state’s unemployment rate sits at 3.3 percent, which is below the national average. Patti Gartland, President of the Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation credits a number of reasons […]

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Superbowl Police Theft

46 Year old Emitt Long has plead guilty to theft in court. During super bowl weekend Long was spotted stealing gas masks, a bomb detection device, and radiation from a police car in downtown. When Police caught Long he said he threw everything away except for the gas masks because he wanted to smoke marijuana out of them. Long will […]

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MINNESOTA MAN FOUND DEAD IN COLORADO

MINNESOTA MAN FOUND DEAD IN COLORADO

A Minnesota man has been pronounced dead by the Denver office of the Medical Examiner. 29 year old, Adam Gilbertson was found nearly a month after he failed to show up to his work on December 15th. Gilbertson was a Minnesota native and worked as a nurse. He was pronounced Dead by a medical examiner in Denver Colorado

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HIGHWAY 20 COLLISION LEAVES 3 CHILDREN IN CRITICAL CONDITION

HIGHWAY 20 COLLISION LEAVES 3 CHILDREN IN CRITICAL CONDITION

  A collision between a Semi-Truck and a Hancock Public Schools transport van has left six children in the hospital. The crash occurred on Highway 20, 10 miles outside of Benson Minnesota. The Driver of the Semi-Truck, the driver of the school van, and one student were checked and cleared at the scene. Of the six that remain at the […]

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Rex Tillerson Fired as Secratary of State

Rex Tillerson Fired as Secratary of State

President Trump tweeted Tuesday morning that Rex Tillerson will be out as the Secretary of State. The president never offered an explanation as to why Tillerson was fired. Steve Goldstein, the undersecretary of state for public diplomacy, says Tillerson “did not speak to the president and is unaware of the reason.” However, two White House officials said that the former secretary of […]

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Gina Haspel Takes Over as CIA Director

Gina Haspel Takes Over as CIA Director

President Trump announced Tuesday morning that Gina Haspel will become the new director of the CIA. Haspel will become the first female to ever hold the position. She will replace Mike Pompeo, who has left the job to replace Rex Tillerson as secretary of state. She was formerly the deputy director of the CIA and has experience overseas. She once […]

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Governor Dayton Proposes Changes to Senior Care Facilities

Governor Dayton Proposes Changes to Senior Care Facilities

Governor Mark Dayton and lawmakers are proposing to make several changes to Minnesota Senior Care Facilities. An audit released last week outlined several failures made within the state agency that handles complaints towards senior care facilities, specifically complaints regarding abuse and neglect. The audit revealed an increase of 50 percent in reports of abuse over the last five years. New […]

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