Day: March 14, 2019

Husky Baseball gets ranked #6 in the country

Husky Baseball gets ranked #6 in the country

The St. Cloud State Husky baseball team led off the 2019 season in Texas, Missouri and Arizona at the beginning of February with an impressive amount of wins and ultimately earning a high ranking in mid-March in national polls. The Collegiate Baseball Newspaper’s national poll ranked the Huskies as the number six team in the country and the National Collegiate […]

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Milk comeback in schools

Milk comeback in schools

If you were born in the 90’s, then maybe you remember walking down the halls, walking through the cafeteria, and seeing flyers all over the place with the “Got Milk” campaign. Years later, that campaign has and the motivation to drink milk has disappeared until now. In Minnesota thirty schools received grants to serve more diary products. The Minnesota Department […]

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Chaska man charged with tax crimes after not filing for six years

Chaska man charged with tax crimes after not filing for six years

A Chaska man has been charged with six felony counts after he didn’t file his tax returns…for six years. The Minnesota Department of Revenue says David Timp was told that he needed to file this taxes, but still failed to do so. These warning came multiple times from several different departments. Timp didn’t file his individual state tax returns from […]

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Arsonist arrested

Arsonist arrested

A Sauk Rapids man is facing arson charges after attempting to light his ceiling on fire.  Police were called on a Steven Odelius after noise complaints were called in from his neighbors at 1 A.M. this morning.  The police later returned about 4 hours later after multiple reports of smoke in the building.  Neighbors say that Odelius yelled multiple times […]

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Floods Across the Midwest

Floods Across the Midwest

Melting snow and rainfall is bringing about flood warnings across the Midwest. Many rivers in Wisconsin and Southeastern Minnesota are expected to reach the flood stage after the two state have been bombarded by rainfall. Warnings have also been triggered for North Dakota and West Central Minnesota as well.

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MN School Milk Grants

MN School Milk Grants

30 Minnesota schools and Early Education Programs will be receiving grants to serve additional dairy products. The Department of Agriculture awarded more than $50,000 in a grant funding the 30 schools milk coolers. The grant recipients will be part of the first round of milk cooler grants awarded. The second round of funding is open until April 4th for organizations […]

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Murder at Death Party

Murder at Death Party

A 59-year-old man has been charged with third-degree murder on top of criminal neglect charge for the death of his wife in January. Duane Johnson removed his wife Debra Lynn Johnson from a nursing home in Searles, Minn,. to attend what he called a “death party”. Authorities say Johnson gave his wife methamphetamine because she wanted to party before her […]

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Duluth Police Shooting

Duluth Police Shooting

St. Louis County Attorney Mark Rublin says the police shooting in Duluth in January with Taylor Turek was justified. The investigation concluded that Turek had taken his own life before officers returned fire. Officers were responding to a domestic assault with a weapon on January 13th involving Turek.

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