06/21/2016 - 2:00 AM
Thursday marks the 43rd Annual Lemonade Concert and Art Fair hosted by St. Cloud State University.
The Lemonade Fair is sponsored by St. Cloud State's Department of Campus Involvement, and its goal is to engage students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members in celebrating their relationship with the university.
Over 200 vendors will be in attendance as well as live music performances, a children’s art area, a farmers market, and of course, freshly squeezed lemonade.
The fair is one of many events taking place this weekend as a part of Granite City Days, which is celebrating its 10th year. Other events on the schedule are a Beaver Island Canoe Trip, a parade, and the Sing! St. Cloud Singing Competition.
The event is free to the public and takes place from 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday on the campus of St. Cloud State.
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06/16/2016 - 1:00 AM
06/06/2016 - 2:00 AM
Demolition of Holes Hall on the campus of St. Cloud State University has begun.
Since June 1, crews have been working daily on the deconstruction. The residence hall is fenced off for safety since large debris is a result of the demolition.
The Department of Residential Life says activity will begin at 7 a.m. most days and end in the early evenings. Some weekend construction may be required.
Demolition is scheduled to be completed by August 17.
06/06/2016 - 11:30 AM
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06/06/2016 - 11:00 AM
ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) - A woman from central Minnesota is in jail after authorities say she let a large dog out of her pickup truck and the animal bit a sheriff's deputy.
The Stearns County sheriff's office says 24-year-old Morgan Knutson from Brooten also kicked a Sauk Centre police officer in the head during her arrest Thursday.
A farm owner had reported a woman was in his yard "whipping doughnuts" in a pickup truck and acting strangely. The deputy found the woman screaming on top of the pickup. When he talked the woman into getting off the truck, authorities say she let a mastiff out of the pickup, and it bit the deputy in the left leg.
The Star Tribune reports the woman cheap swiss replica watches remained jailed Sunday. The dog was put in quarantine.
Knutson is facing felony charges of terroristic threats and assault in the fourth degree.
06/03/2016 - 1:00 AM
06/02/2016 - 11:50 AM
People living in Sauk Rapids should know the city is switching its water supply system next week.
Sauk Rapids says it has two different water systems and will be switching back to the original split arrangement. One part of the split will be a free chlorine system and the other is with chloramine.
Chloramine is a chemical compound that’s added to drinking water to disinfect and kill germs, according to the Center for Disease Control.
Most people will not notice the switch. However, folks with fish tanks are encouraged to use carbon fake watches for sale filtration equipment or treatments that neutralize the chemical. At home kidney dialysis patients may also need to take extra precautions. Chloramine is harmful when it directly enters the bloodstream. Sauk Rapids provides more information on their website.
The switch is scheduled for Thursday, June 9. The Sauk Rapids Utility Department will answer questions at 320-258-5318.
06/02/2016 - 11:30 AM
St. Cloud State University is hosting the 2016 Calculus Showcase on Tuesday.
St. Cloud Apollo, St. Cloud Technical and Sauk Rapids-Rice are among the schools vying for the top spot.
Two-three person teams will give 15-minute presentations on applying calculus beyond the mathematics classroom.
The presentations will be judged on choice of topic, accurate information, audience understanding, presentation quality and shared team effort.
06/01/2016 - 9:30 AM
ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) - The Diocese of St. Cloud says 74 claims of sexual abuse of minors have been made against it and none of the claims involve anyone who is currently in parish ministry.
A three-year window that lifted the statute of limitations on allegations of clergy abuse in Minnesota closed last week. A statement from the diocese names 31 clergy members who served in the St. Cloud district.
The diocese says its staff is working with attorneys to identify insurance coverage that could be directed to the resolution of the claims. The St. Cloud Times says Bishop Donald Kettler has asked parishioners to pray for the healing of victims and survivors of clergy abuse and for a resolution to the civil claims made under the state law.
06/01/2016 - 2:40 AM
This Fourth of July, the GNP Company is going to match every donation from the 2016 St. Cloud Fireworks Display.
It was announced today that for every dollar raised, GNP will donate one pound of chicken to Catholic Charities.
Kathryn Stolpman of the Catholic Charities Emergency Food Shelf says, “What a terrific idea—a fundraising idea that benefits the community on multiple levels.”
This Fourth of July is America’s 240th birthday and will be the 69th consecutive fireworks display in the St. Cloud area.
05/31/2016 - 2:40 AM
05/31/2016 - 11:20 AM
From the 60 designs submitted, the Community Engagement and Communications committee was able to narrow it down to five, and in April asked for more suggestions from the public.
Thousands of comments were made which resulted in a close race.
The new logo will be used for internal communications, team and group apparel and internal signage.
05/31/2016 - 10:10 AM
Catholic Charities says Bresnahan joined in June 1994 and now works as the executive director. During his tenure the Emergency Services has about tripled in the amount of people it serves.
Bresnahan adds he has no immediate plans after work, but will never truly retire. With his wife of 42 years by his side, he says, “I am listening for opportunities.”
The process to find his replacement will begin in the next 6-9 months.
Catholic Charities is a nonprofit organization which advances the charitable and social mission of the Diocese of St. Cloud, according to its website.
05/27/2016 - 10:50 AM
A nationally touring exhibit is making its way to the Stearns History Museum to spread messages of health and wellness to children.
The museum says the Healthyville exhibit is designed to teach children about health in a fun, play-based manner. It will help participants understand their bodies, the importance of making healthy choices and how to apply these concepts in everyday situations.
The program is bilingual in English and Spanish, and open to families with kids ages 5-12. Others are welcome if interested.
The tour was created by Stepping Stones Museum for Children.
Healthyville kicked off Friday and will run through September 4.
The exhibit times are as follows:
Monday, Wednesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tuesday 10 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
Sunday noon-5 p.m.
Tickets are $7 for adults, $3 for children, and free for museum members and children less than one year. Family rates are also available.
05/26/2016 - 12:40 PM
WILLMAR, Minn. (AP) - The remains of two World War II soldiers from Minnesota will be returned to their respective hometowns this Memorial Day weekend, nearly 72 years after their deaths.
Navy machinist John Anderson was killed at age 24 on the beaches of Normandy, France, on June 6, 1944, D-Day.
Anderson's remains were disinterred from an unknown grave in a Normandy American Military Cemetery and positively identified in 2015. His remains will arrive Thursday in Willmar, where a public memorial service and interment will be held Saturday.
Army Pvt. John Sersha was killed at age 20 in a German-controlled area of the Netherlands in September 1944.
Sersha's remains returned home Tuesday after they were disinterred from the Neuville Military Cemetery in Belgium. His remains will be buried Saturday in Eveleth.Page [ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 >> ]
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