Author: Taylor Bowden

Fishing Season Approaches for Central Minnesota

Fishing Season Approaches for Central Minnesota

As more fishing opportunities become available for Minnesotans, many might still have some questions about availability, accessibility and regulations for this spring. The DNR has created a page to learn more about fishing regulations during COVID-19. One of the biggest concerns for those who fish are the social distancing regulations. Feel free to go out and enjoy the outdoors but […]

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New Guidelines for Re-Opening Buildings and Facilities in St. Cloud

New Guidelines for Re-Opening Buildings and Facilities in St. Cloud

A new executive order from Gov. Tim Walz allows non-customer facing businesses to reopen if they have a COVID19 Preparedness Plan in place. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released guidelines reminding business owners that their water systems should be flushed before re-opening buildings and facilities after the prolonged shutdown due to COVID-19 restrictions When a building has been […]

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Dormant student life at SCSU

Dormant student life at SCSU

St. Cloud (UTVS News)  The campus of St. Cloud State University has seen little of its mobile and active student population these past weeks. New rules and regulations put into place by Gov. Tim Walz have kept many away from the campus, home to hundreds of students.                                    […]

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Coronavirus Stimulus Checks

Coronavirus Stimulus Checks

In March, the U.S. government presented a bill that would send many Americans stimulus payments to provide relief for economic hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The last time the government used stimulus checks was back in 2009 after the recession in 2008. The Congressional Budget Office found the stimulus checks, along with other measures taken to kick start the economy, […]

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Virus concerns prompt limited inmate release

Virus concerns prompt limited inmate release

(St. Cloud, UTVS News) The COVID-19 outbreak has made its way one way or another into the lives of those all over the country. Families have been on lock down, many businesses have closed, but the one of the forgotten areas of impact are the prisons. As new policies and procedures are released by health officials, like social distancing or […]

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