Tag: ST. CLOUD

St. Cloud Church Reach Agreement Over Tiny House

St. Cloud Church Reach Agreement Over Tiny House

ST. CLOUD, Minnesota – St. John’ Episcopal Church in St. Cloud Minnesota has reached an agreement with the city zoning board to build a 384-square-foot house to shelter the homeless. The new house will replace the current 123-square-foot house on wheels which sheltered one homeless at a time. The agreement was reached after the Church filed and won a Federal […]

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Possible Change in the Smoking Age in Minnesota

Possible Change in the Smoking Age in Minnesota

  ST. CLOUD, Minnesota- Here in Minnesota the legal age to buy/smoke tobacco products is 18-years-old, except for the city of Edina where the legal age has been changed to 21-years-old. A CentraCare Health Foundation program called Crave the Change is looking to do the same here in the greater St. Cloud area. Meghan Bown, the director of Crave the […]

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St. Cloud to Host Hockey Day Minnesota 2018

St. Cloud to Host Hockey Day Minnesota 2018

ST CLOUD, Minn. – The iconic Minnesota hockey tradition, Hockey Day Minnesota will be coming to St. Cloud next year. “I think it’s great to be able to showcase what we have here in terms of our hockey culture and community,” said Eric Rud, St. Cloud State Head Women’s Hockey Coach. It was announced last night before game 4 of the […]

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St. Cloud State Hosts Harlem Globetrotters

St. Cloud State Hosts Harlem Globetrotters

ST. CLOUD, Minn – Fans were able to see some high-flying entertainment on the night of Wednesday, April 12 at Halenbeck Hall on the St. Cloud State campus, as the Harlem Globetrotters came to St. Cloud as part of their 2017 World Tour. “I was pretty amazed at the way they do their tricks. I can’t believe how high they […]

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St. Cloud Man Receives 2017 Bush Fellowship

St. Cloud Man Receives 2017 Bush Fellowship

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Emmanuel Oppong, a St. Cloud man, and an immigrant from Ghana, West Africa was one of 24 people to receive the 2017 Bush Fellowship. Oppong works for the St. Cloud Mayor’s Office as the community engagement coordinator for the city of St. Cloud. Dave Kleis, St. Cloud Mayor hired Oppong about a year ago. 629 people […]

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Road Closure

Road Closure

Starting tomorrow from Nine Avenue North to 15th Avenue North will be under construction due to a crack sealing project. While the route will not be completely closed down, traffic will be shifting back and forth between the road so expect small delays. Taking a different route if possible is recommended.

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Searches Continue for Missing St. Cloud Man

Searches Continue for Missing St. Cloud Man

ST. CLOUD, Minn – It’s been over two days since 21-year-old Jessie Dady was last seen in downtown St. Cloud after going out with friends on Friday night, March 24. He was last seen around 1:30 a.m. early Saturday morning, leaving an area bar. St. Cloud Police located video footage of Dady walking alone, northbound on 5th Avenue North, crossing 1st […]

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First Responders Honored For Response to Crossroads Mall Stabbings

First Responders Honored For Response to Crossroads Mall Stabbings

WAITE PARK, Minn – First responders from the incident at Crossroads Mall where a man stabbed several people were honored on the night of Wednesday, March 22 at the Waite Park City Hall. “We don’t know if or when, we just have to be ready,” said Anthony Reznicek, Waite Park Police Officer, and one of the first responders from the night of […]

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Giving Back to Baseball

Giving Back to Baseball

ST. CLOUD, Minn; One local man found a way to give back to his community and the sport of baseball. Brett DeGagne grew up in the Sauk Rapids area and played baseball for Sauk Rapids High School. DeGagne then went on to play Division one baseball for the university of North Dakota. “I was kind of a reliever and then […]

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Collision Kills 2 in St. Cloud

Collision Kills 2 in St. Cloud

ST. CLOUD, Minn – A deadly collision in St. Cloud early morning on Saturday, March 18, killed two people and critically injured a third. The accident happened on Highway 10 and St. Germain Street. A semi-truck traveling southbound on Highway 10 rear-ended the back of a stopped Dodge Caravan taxi at a red light. Thomas Findlay, 66 of Sartell, and Emily Letourneau, 22 […]

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