Author: Sydney Wolf

Maple Syrup Bottles Photo Credit: Kenny Johnson

Family Sticks Together Through Syrup

With the temperatures warming up fast here in the Granite City – that means the end of the syrup season for many different producers throughout Minnesota. The process relies on both cold and warm weather to freeze and thaw the trees…however a local syrup ranch is still pumping out gallons of syrup before the end of the season. UTVS News […]

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New rules for high school sports

New rules for high school sports

The Minnesota State High School League has recently announced some new rules and regulations involving high school sports games and tournaments. The new rules state that at most upcoming tournaments, spectator capacity will be 250 people. The League Executive Director hopes that at least one or two family members of the athletes participating will be able to watch in-person. The […]

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Women’s basketball prepares for NCAA’s

After a strong season for the women’s basketball team, the Huskies are now preparing for a possible bid to the NCAA tournament. SCSU will play the guessing game until this Sunday when they’ll find out if their hard work has paid off. The Huskies had a solid season, upsetting teams like Bemidji State and the University of Minnesota Duluth. In […]

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Tom Nelson receives prestigious award

Tom Nelson receives prestigious award

St. Cloud State’s former Assistant Athletic Director of Strategic Communications, Tom Nelson, has been announced the recipient of a prestigious award. Nelson, who recently retired after helping out with thousands of Huskies sports games throughout his career, has been given the CoSDIA Lifetime Achievement Award. He was hired by the University in 1996, but had tons of previous sports experience […]

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Women divers prepare for nationals

Women divers prepare for nationals

The St. Cloud State Women’s Diving team has had four members this year qualify for the national tournament. The NCAA championships are coming up in just a few days, March 17th-20th in Birmingham, Alabama. The four divers, Madison Brinkman, Alyssa Doherty, Meredith Matchinsky, and Annalisa Anderson, all are preparing for the hardest tournament of the year after sweeping the top […]

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St. Cloud airport adds more flights

St. Cloud airport adds more flights

After a hard year for airports and airlines, the St. Cloud Regional Airport is hoping to bring about some changes in the 2021 year. Allegiant Airlines has announced that they will be expanding destinations you can go to at the St. Cloud Airport. This could hopefully bring more travelers to and from the area, along with an increase in economic […]

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Jupiter Moon Ice Cream Opens In St. Joseph

Jupiter Moon Ice Cream Opens In St. Joseph

The pandemic has proven to be a challenge for many businesses, causing lots to shut down, but it can be an opportunity for others to start up. UTVS News Reporter Kenny Johnson was able to get the scoop on the new ice cream store ‘Jupiter Moon’ which just opened in downtown St. Joseph. The business started as an ice-cream cart […]

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Campus Thanksgiving Guidelines

Campus Thanksgiving Guidelines

With COVID-19 cases spreading and increasing throughout the state of Minnesota, the CDC has recommended Americans to not travel over the holidays to prevent further spread of the novel coronavirus. One of the communities that is impacted the most by these recommendations is college students, since most would return home for Thanksgiving weekend to return back to campus for finals […]

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BREAKING: Joe Biden declared winner

BREAKING: Joe Biden declared winner

It has been declared by various outlets including the Associated Press and NBC News that former Vice-President Joe Biden has won the 2020 Presidential race and will serve as the 46th president of the United States alongside vice-president elect Kamala Harris. The win comes after states like Pennsylvania and Georgia turned from red to blue over the week after mail-in […]

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Sartell holds the ‘Monster Dash’

Sartell holds the ‘Monster Dash’

Because the Covid-19 pandemic has affected many families plans for Halloween, the city of Sartell has decided to take matters into their own hands. They decided to hold an event called the ‘Monster Dash’ to at least have a socially distanced Halloween celebration. Our own UTVS Reporter Isabella Kraft was able to attend the event to see how kids were […]

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