Category: Entertainment

Planting Preparations at Munsinger Gardens

Planting Preparations at Munsinger Gardens

Spring has sprung here in the Granite City, and that means big news for attractions like Munsinger Gardens! UTVS Reporter Kenny Johnson was able to get out and talk to some works at the Gardens to find out what they are preparing for this summer! Watch the full story below!

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Vikings Getting A New Player?

Vikings Getting A New Player?

Wednesday night The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to a one-year worth $10 million with eight-time Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Peterson.The Vikings have not gave an official state on the deal how ever a person with knowledge of the negotiations speaking on condition of anonymity spoke to The Associated Press. He’ll receive an $8 million base salary, with up to $2 […]

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Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Launches New Concept in Minneapolis

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Launches New Concept in Minneapolis

A new Taqueria concept from Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, a Texas-based Baja-style restaurant, will open its first new location in Minneapolis, MN. The Taqueria includes everything fans of the franchise already love, it will just offer a slightly reduced menu to support a new to-go focused footprint. “As real estate opportunities became available over the last year, we realized we didn’t […]

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Local theatre during the pandemic

Local theatre during the pandemic

One of the many industries shut down by COVID-19 is theatre and live arts. The Paramount Center for the Arts in St. Cloud is just one of many venues that has closed down due to local and state restrictions to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. Although live crowds may not be able to gather in the Paramount, the […]

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Apple orchards open for season

Apple orchards open for season

Apple orchards in central Minnesota have finally opened for the season. Although COVID-19 restrictions have changed a couple of aspects of Collegeville Orchards, business is still as usual. UTVS Reporter Kenny Johnson has the story on how one local orchard is operating during the tricky times of 2020. Check out the video below for the full story.  

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St. Cloud pride week goes virtual

St. Cloud pride week goes virtual

UTVS News Reporter Sydney Wolf has the story on how St. Cloud Pride Week went virtual.

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St. Cloud Rox Hopeful to Start Season Mid-Summer

St. Cloud Rox Hopeful to Start Season Mid-Summer

The St. Cloud Rox baseball season is a tradition across the Greater Granite City Area. What is usually dubbed “Your Nine Inning Vacation” has been delayed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Rox who are a member club of the Northwoods League have been a St. Cloud staple since Vice President and Co-Owner Scott Schreiner purchased the club in 2012. […]

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MSHSL Cancels Sports and Events for Remainder of Academic Year

MSHSL Cancels Sports and Events for Remainder of Academic Year

In alignment with Minnesota Governor Tim Walz decision to extend the remainder of the 2019-2020 Academic Year in Minnesota schools to fully online, the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) closely followed suit. The cancellation will effect all winter, spring, and summer sports and activities that would have had games/events before the COVID-19 Pandemic started. In a press release received […]

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Sauk Rapids high school seniors sign national letters of intent

Sauk Rapids high school seniors sign national letters of intent

The Sauk Rapids- Rice high school shined light on athletes in the class of 2020 who were congratulated with letters of intent. Fourteen seniors were honored and will be collegiate athletes this fall. Football, basketball, soccer and ice hockey were some of the many sports that the students committed to. Colleges ranged from University of Wisconsin-Stout, North Dakota Sate University, […]

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 Trivia Competition Brings Much Needed Morale to Central Minnesota and Beyond

 Trivia Competition Brings Much Needed Morale to Central Minnesota and Beyond

For 40 years St. Cloud’s Community Radio Station KVSC has brought a much needed break to the freezing weather in the depths of February. Starting in 1980 as a way to end cabin fever in the dorms, KVSC’s Trivia Weekend’s popularity spread like wildfire across Central Minnesota and beyond. The Annual Trivia Competition comprised of 50 hours of non-stop questions […]

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