10/08/2015 - 10:15 AM
A 35-year-old man died in a three-car collision in Benton County Monday afternoon.
Benton County Sheriff Troy Heck says deputies responded to an accident on Benton County Road 5 east of County Road 6 at about 5:20 p.m. The investigation shows 17-year-old Tessa Fussy of Oak Park was driving westbound on County Road 5 when she stopped for traffic waiting to make a left hand turn into a driveway.
Another car driven by Brandon Bellamy from Blaine collided with the back of her car. Bellamy swerved into the eastbound lane and hit head-on with another car driven by 52-year-old Joan Novak of Foley. Bellamy died at the scene due to serious injuries. Novak and her 11-year-old passenger were taken to the St. Cloud Hospital for treatment of serious injuries.
Fussy was treated for minor injuries at the scene. The cause of the accident is under investigation.
10/08/2015 - 10:10 AM
The deadline for agriculture and businesses in Stearns County to pay the second half of property taxes is just around the corner.
The last day to pay the 2015 real estate tax without penalty is Thursday, October 15. The Agricultural Property tax is due November 16.
There are several ways to pay the tax including in person, online or by mail. The payment options are available on the Stearns County website.
10/08/2015 - 10:00 AM
A Cold Spring man was taken to the hospital after being trapped in a corn bin Tuesday night.
Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner says deputies received a report of a man being trapped in a corn bin in St. Joseph just after 10 p.m. Deputies, St. Joseph Fire and Rescue Department as well as Gold Cross Ambulance were sent to the area to help the victim.
53-year-old Douglas Fuchs was rescued and taken to the St. Cloud Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. The sheriff’s office is investigating the cause of the incident.
10/08/2015 - 10:00 AM
The public is invited to learn about neandertals and homo sapiens at a biology seminar Monday.
Dr. Silvana Condemi is a research director at a French university and will present "Neandertals and Homo Sapiens In Europe" at St. Cloud State University. The seminar provides people with a chance to learn about who these ancient humans were, where they lived and what caused their disappearance.
The seminar will be held Monday at noon in the Wick Science Building.
10/07/2015 - 11:50 AM
A commercial printing company from St. Cloud has produced and distributed a Christmas catalog that features gifts most of us can only dream of receiving.
Nahan Printing began working with luxury retailer Neiman Marcus last February. On Tuesday, the Christmas catalog was distributed across the country. It has some unique gifts including a $95,000 limited edition Mustang convertible and a $400,000 dream trip to India.
Nahan Printing has been doing business with Neiman Marcus for about a decade. But, this year is the first time the company of 350 employees has been commissioned to oversee production and distribution of the catalog.
Nahan sales representative Jenean Hendersen says Neiman Marcus has strict conditions to keep the catalog's contents secret. Any wasted paper used to make the catalog had to be immediately shredded.
10/07/2015 - 10:00 AM
Drivers traveling on Highway 10 north of Sartell should be aware that both directions will have parts of the highway reduced to a single lane starting today.
The road is being resurfaced from County Road 33, north of Sartell, to County Road 40, north of Rice. Crews will be working from 5:30 a.m. to sunset, Mondays through Saturdays.
Anyone planning to use the highway should expect additional travel time. The crews will begin with westbound Highway 10, and should be done with the work by early November.
10/06/2015 - 10:50 AM
St. Cloud State University will host the fourth annual Survive & Thrive Conference Thursday, October 22.
The conference will be a two-day event with festival activities and opportunities for people to get involved. It aims at continuing education in health, humanities and narrative as medicine, encouraging artistic expression and seeking emotion through participant testimonies.
Founder of Survive & Thrive and cardiac arrest survivor, Professor Rex Veeder (pictured left), says the purpose of the conference is to improve the conversation of our own relationship with art and medicine. The conference allows people to redeem their self-depth and embrace their emotional being.
The event will take place at St. Cloud State University’s Atwood Memorial Center. It will begin Thursday, October 22 and finish Friday, October 23.
10/06/2015 - 9:10 AM
The Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office has identified the body of the man who was found floating in the water in the Quarry Park Nature Preserve Sunday morning.
Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner says the body is that of 30-year-old Philip Royal Miller of St. Cloud who had been missing since August 6th. Authorities and Miller's family believe he committed suicide. His cause of death was listed as fresh water drowning.
The family reported he suffered from severe depression. Quarry 8 at the nature preserve had been partially drained in August and divers attempted to locate Miller at that time.
10/05/2015 - 12:00 PM
St. Cloud Area School District 742 has started its absentee voting process for the bond referendum for Election Day on November 3rd.
Director of Community Engagement and Communications, Tami Deland, says people don’t need to give a reason why they want to use absentee ballot. District 742 Superintendent, Willie Jett, adds authorities like to make sure that everyone ages 18 or older can vote.
Those who like to vote through the absentee process don’t need to be registered. Officials will send absentee ballot documents to people if they request it. People can absentee vote in person at Apollo High School during business hours from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. They can also vote from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. October 31st.
Voters are reminded to deliver their ballots by 3 p.m. on Tuesday, November 3rd.
10/05/2015 - 11:30 AM
A new graduate program at St. Cloud State University is capturing the attention and support of the U.S Department of Education.
The Rehabilitation and Addiction Counseling program at St. Cloud State received a $1 million grant from the Rehabilitation Services Administration’s Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services of the U.S. Department of Education.
The grant will provide $200,000 per year for tuition assistance and professional development stipends from 2015-2020.
This is the first time a long-term grant has been awarded to a program that focuses on both rehabilitation counseling and addictions. Only two programs like this exist in the United States.
10/05/2015 - 10:30 AM
St. Cloud State University and Wells Fargo are making it easier for students and alumni to get career and employment information.
Wells Fargo donated $10,000 to St. Cloud State to help upgrade its Career Services Center and to support the academic programs of Multicultural Students Services. The donation was mainly used to upgrade the computer systems in the Career Services Center.
A ribbon cutting ceremony for the upgrades will be held at noon Monday in the lobby of the Career Services Center located on the 2nd floor of Centennial Hall.
Wells Fargo and SCSU have been in partnership for more than 10 years.
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