Day: April 2, 2018

Northstar Rail provides service to Twins games

Northstar Rail provides service to Twins games

The Northstar commuter train will be providing convenient transportation to all of the home Minnesota Twins baseball games. The rail service will begin as the Twins play their first home game which will be on April 5. Additionally, the Northstar will be running their Northstar link bus service that connects folks from the St. Cloud area to the next train […]

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St. Cloud State is Proud of Lower Percentages of Student Drinking

In the state of Minnesota 424 arrests were made on St. Patrick’s day weekend for drunk driving, St. Cloud State was pleased to announce that none of them were SCSU students. “We’ve made a lot of progress in the last 10 years,” drug and alcohol prevention director Jen Johnson said. Ten years ago St. Cloud State had a higher drinking […]

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Minnesota Mayo Clinic is helping pregnant women stay more at home instead of racking up check up bills.

Minnesota Mayo Clinic is helping pregnant women stay more at home instead of racking up check up bills.

   

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President Donald trump invites Vladimir Putin to the white house.

President Donald trump invites Vladimir Putin to the white house.

(UTVS) St. Cloud – President Donald trump invites the Russian president Vladimir Putin to the white house. On March 20th Trump called the Russian president to congratulate him on his previous win in the Russian election two days after. On that same telephone call Trump personally invited Putin to the white house. Both leaders agree and think they should meet. All parties aside have not started […]

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Notre Dame Women’s Basketball Claim 2nd National Title

Notre Dame Women’s Basketball Claim 2nd National Title

    (UTVS) St. Cloud – Excited could be an understatement for Notre Dame Women’s Basketball team after the NCAA National Championship game last night. The Fighting Irish claimed one of the biggest comebacks in title game history after rallying from a 15-point deficit in the third quarter and a 5-point deficit with under two minutes left in the game against […]

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News Means of Communication with Law Enforcement

(UTVS) ST. CLOUD – For individuals who are deaf or have a hearing disability, it may be difficult to communicate. That communication may also be even more difficult for the individual when dealing with law enforcement. A recent tool was released by the Minnesota Department of Human Services that will ultimately help with this communication barrier between members of law […]

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Anti-Muslim Sign Draws Concern to St. Cloud

(UTVS) St. Cloud – After a violent sign directed towards the Muslim community was discovered in London, it’s drawn a concern to the Granite City. Local mission group ‘UniteCloud’, has a goal is to provide education and actionable steps to all people in the St. Cloud area. UniteCloud is taking action by spreading awareness about the sign through social media […]

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Watershed experts respond to nitrate runoffs

Watershed experts respond to nitrate runoffs

Wetlands and woodchips are expected to be used in an attempt to reduce nitrate runoffs in the Vermillion River and other Minnesota waters. The Vermillion River watershed experts have already implemented a three-acre artificial wetland to resolve nitrate pollution. The wetland, with woodchips mixed into the topsoil, is expected to filter out the nitrates.  Nitrates, according to Minnesota Public Radio, have polluted the […]

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Oklahoma Teachers Reject Pay Raise

Oklahoma Teachers Reject Pay Raise

  (UTVS) St. Cloud – School teachers in Oklahoma are taking action against their recent pay raise that they believe is simply not enough. Thousands of public school teachers stayed out of the classrooms Monday to instead head to the streets and protest a the raise that reportedly fails to compensate some of the lowest educators salaries in the country. […]

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Criminal famous for “affluenza” defense released

Criminal famous for “affluenza” defense released

The man who famously used his privilege and wealth as a defense was set free on Monday. Ethan Couch had served nearly two years in a Texas jail for violating his probation by fleeing to Mexico with his mother. Couch initially crashed his car in a drunk driving incident that killed four and injured two in 2013, and prosecutors were looking for […]

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