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Detours Will Direct Voters To Sauk Rapids Government Center On Election Day Aug. 9

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07/29/2016 - 5:10 PM

Benton County folks planning to vote in the Primary Election may need to plan for detours to the Sauk Rapids Government Center.

The City of Sauk Rapids says the center is open to precincts 1 and 5, but may be difficult to access due to the Benton County CSAH project.

Detours will direct drivers from the 2nd Street and 9th Avenue intersection to Summit Avenue.

The Government Center is located at 250 Summit Avenue North. Polls are open on Election Day, August 9, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Questions can be directed to Project Manager Joe MacPherson at (320) 968-5051.

St. Cloud Tech High School's Varsity Dance Team Volunteers At Local Elementary School

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07/28/2016 - 11:00 AM

St. Cloud Tech High School's Varsity Dance Team Volunteers At Local Elementary School
St. Cloud Tech student athletes will be helping out at a local elementary school for the next two weeks.
The Tigerettes Varsity Dance Team will be at Oak Hill Elementary School to assist 3rd and 4th grade students and participate in KinderCamp, a camp for future Kindergartners to help get comfortable with their new school.
The Tigerette volunteers are working to join the National Honor Society at Tech High School.


Minn. DNR Is Conducting A Drawdown To Lower The Water Level Of A Sartell Lake

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07/28/2016 - 10:10 AM

The Department of Natural Resources is lowering the water level of a lake in Sartell to get rid of its algae-blooming habitat.

The DNR says Little Rock Lake has been listed as impaired water by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency because of large amounts of phosphorus. The high concentrations have contributed to algae blooms.

By lowering the water level, the DNR expects to improve water quality by stabilizing shoreline, removing excess nutrients and encouraging natural plant growth.

The process is called a drawdown, and is proposed to last through the end of August.

Shallow levels could affect recreation on the Mississippi River since it’s connected to the lake.

St. Cloud Police To Recognize 33rd Annual National Night Out

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07/25/2016 - 3:30 PM

St. Cloud Police To Recognize 33rd Annual National Night Out

Neighborhoods across St. Cloud will be participating with the 33rd annual National Night Out next Tuesday, August 2nd.

Assistant police chief Jeff Oxton says local officers and firefighters will meet with neighborhood gatherings and encourage people to get to know each other, and be aware of crime.

Oxton says the night is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, get support for anti-crime efforts, strengthen police and neighbor relationships and send criminals a message to let them know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.

National Night Out will run from 6 to 9 p.m and St. Cloud residents are asked to lock their doors, turn on outside lights and spend the night with neighbors.

If you're interested in registering your neighborhood activities with law enforcement so they can visit, call (320) 345-4182 or visit the St. Cloud Police Department's website