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Free Heart Healthy Eating Presentation

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07/15/2009 - 12:40 PM

Free Heart Healthy Eating Presentation

The Saint Benedict's Senior Community in Monticello will host the "Heart Healthy Eating" presentation for seniors Thursday, July 16th from 2-3 PM. Registered Dietitian and Director of Nutrition Services at St. Benedict's Senior Community in Saint Cloud Kim Dodds-Thompson will present this free event. The Saint Benedict's Senior Community in Monticello is located at 1305 East 7th Street, and the presentation will be held in The Village.

This is part of a series of health care presentations for seniors being held at 2 PM on the third Thursday of each month at The Village. The August 20th topic is "Diabetes Management" by Laurie Barlett, who is the director of Home Care Services at St. Benedict's Senior Community in Monticello.

Space for these presentations is limited. To resevere your spot call (763)295-4051.

 

Local Road Closures

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07/15/2009 - 12:00 PM

Local Road Closures

The south side of 7th Avenue and Highway 23 will be closed beginning Wednesday, July 15th to facilitate the planned construction of an intersection. St. Cloud's Engineer's office did not indicate how long the road would be closed.

The intersection of 5th Avenue and Highway 23 will open and remain open throughout the remainder of the project.

Fire Simulations Held This Week at SCSU

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07/14/2009 - 10:00 AM

Fire Simulations Held This Week at SCSU

Saint Cloud State students, if you see fire trucks and firefighters outside Holes Hall this week, it’s probably not a real emergency. The Saint Cloud Fire Department will be conducting “high rise” training in the nine-story building on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday of this week.

Firefighters will receive hands-on training in various firefighting scenarios. SCSU has hosted such training sessions in the past and is participating again this year to give the fire department an opportunity to practice on one of the tallest buildings in the area.

DEED Grantee Visits

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07/13/2009 - 1:45 AM

DEED Grantee Visits

The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic development, also known as DEED, is taking a state tour later this month. They'll visit 10 Minnesota cities to talk about the shape of our economy, what happened in the legislature this year and how stimulus money will be spent across the state. DEED officials will also talk about ways businesses and communities can use the department's programs. They'll make a stop in the area on August 13th from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the St. Cloud Public Library. For more details about the road show, visit www.positivelyminnesota.com

Man Steals Drugs From Pharmacy

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07/13/2009 - 1:30 AM

Man Steals Drugs From Pharmacy

A St. Cloud man robbed a pharmacy and took over a hundred tablets of Adderall Friday evening. St. Cloud Police arrived at Cub Foods East in St. Cloud at about 6:30 pm for the reported burglary. Police say the suspect, 40 year old Harold Anderson, went up to the pharmacy and told pharmacists he had a gun and demanded drugs.

Anderson fled the scene with 140 tablets of Adderall, a stimulant drug. Anderson was found on near the 500 block of 16th Avenue North where he was identified. He was taken to the Benton County Jail where he is held for court on charges of aggravated robbery and gross misdemeanor theft.

Police Looking for Stolen Electronics

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07/13/2009 - 1:30 AM

St. Cloud police are looking for someone who broke into a house this weekend and stole 15-hundred dollars worth of electronics. It happeend sometime between Friday through Sunday in the 600 block of 7th avenue south. Police say both a 42" Vizeo T-V and Dell laptop with a Justin Morneau sticker were the items taken. Anyone with information should call St. Cloud police at 251-1200

Arrest Made After Choking Incident

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07/13/2009 - 1:30 AM

A 20-year-old Waite Park man was arrested at his home Sunday morning for allegedly choking his girlfriend. Police say it happened on the 600 block of Pinewood Court just before midnight Saturday night. The 20-year-old female victim told Waite Park Police she was attacked by Dylan Monroe.

 

 

Road Construction Updates

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07/13/2009 - 10:00 AM

Road Construction Updates

KVSC has a couple of construction updates for drivers in St. Cloud and Waite Park.

3rd Street North in Waite Park will be closed starting at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, and the entire intersection at Waite Avenue will stay closed until 3:00 p.m. From Tuesday afternoon through Thursday the first 500 feet of eastbound 3rd Street North east of Waite Avenue will be closed. Drivers should expect delays and plan for alternate routes.

The south side of 7th Avenue and Division Street in St. Cloud will be closed Wednesday, July 15. At that time, 5th Avenue will open to traffic and drivers can use the intersection at 5th Avenue for the remainder of the project.

 

 

 

 

St. Cloud Mugging

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07/13/2009 - 10:00 AM

A St. Cloud man was allegedly assaulted by two men while walking home from the downtown St. Cloud bar area Sunday morning around 1:40 am. Police say the 22 year old St. Cloud man was hit several times in the chest and had his money demanded from him by one of the men. The other man then grabbed his wallet and both of the suspects fled from the scene, knocking the glasses of the victim. The victim received only minor injuries and did not need medical attention.

The first suspect is described as 21 year old white man about five feet, nine inches tall, with a medium build and short spiky blonde hair. The other suspect is described as 20 year old black man about five feet, seven inches tall, medium build and very short black hair. The St. Cloud Police Department reminds residents to walk in groups and stay in well lit areas.

New Stearns Park

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07/13/2009 - 10:00 AM

Stearns County leaders are thrilled to open the county's newest park. A grand opening will be held Tuesday at 1:00 at the brand new Two Rivers Lake Park. The 56-acre park is off County Road 10 in Albany, a half mile from the Lake Wobegon Trail.

The park has a shelter, hiking paths, picnic facilities, a bike campsite, and a fishing pier. Tuesday's ribbon cutting ceremony will last until 3:00 p.m. and refreshments will be provided. More information about the park can be found on the Stearns County website.

 

 

 

Monticello Bridge Replacement

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07/13/2009 - 10:00 AM

Monticello Bridge Replacement

Drivers in Monticello will encounter occasional lane closures or shifts starting Monday, July 20th. That's when workers will begin replacing a bridge at Wright County Highway 75 and Interstate 94. Construction is expect to last until November of 2010. I-94 drivers will not be affected by this $11 million project.

Residents Escape Fire

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07/09/2009 - 9:33 AM

Four residents can be thankful for the fact that their fire alarms were working in St. Cloud.  Shortly after 12:30am Thursday a fire broke out at a home on the 200 block of 20th Avenue North.  St. Cloud fire and police officials learned when they arrived on the scene the four residents and their dog escaped the fire without any injuries.

The residents are getting help from the local Red Cross and the fire is under investigation.  The fire department reminds all residents to ensure their smoke and fire alarms are working properly.

Free Health Fair

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07/09/2009 - 9:00 AM

Free Health Fair

The Southside Boys and Girls Club in St. Cloud is hosting a free Health Fair from 6-8p.m. Friday night.  Create CommUnity is supporting the project aimed at addressing the gap in health care access for communities of color.

If you attend, you'll learn about community health resources, promote preventative health and other vendors to serve diverse community members. 

The Health Fair was created with the Community Health Worker project to promote effective awareness and access for many in the Somali community and health professionals.

Historic Aircraft Visits St. Cloud

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07/09/2009 - 3:50 AM

Historic Aircraft Visits St. Cloud

This weekend, central Minnesotans can get an up close glimpse or even take a ride on the “single most historic piece of aircraft in the nation.” That’s according to B-17 Flying Fortress pilot Dan Boland. The remarkable World War II bomber will be at the Saint Cloud Regional Airport Friday through Sunday. Each day, flight tours are offered from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and ground tours are from 2:00 to 5:00 pm. The cost for a flight tour is $385 for EAA members and $425 for non members. Ground tours are $5 per person or $15 per family. Children under 8 and all active military or veterans receive free ground tours. KVSC took an exclusive flight on Thursday afternoon. Stay tuned for continued coverage of this incredible aviation experience.

National Night Out

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07/09/2009 - 3:30 AM

Saint Cloud will join 15-thousand communities across the country on August 4th for National Night Out. It's a program that connects neighborhoods with police to help cut crime and send a message to criminals. Cookouts, block parties and contests will be going on in neighborhoods throughout the area. Events start at about 6:00 p.m. and go until 10:00 p.m.  Police and firefighters from around the area will stop in and visit with residents during the night.

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