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Nov 15, 2019

Zebra Mussels Found in Pimushe Lake

A Beltrami County invasive species specialist has confirmed that zebra mussels have made their way into Pimushe Lake. The Minnesota DNR says that the staffer discovered one zebra mussel on a settlement sampler hanging on a dock and reported the incident to the DNR. Settlement samplers are placed in the water so that people can […]

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Nov 15, 2019

New Location Set for Panel Discussion on Bias and Hate Crimes In St. Cloud

A new location has been secured for a panel discussion on bias in hate crimes in St. Cloud. The St. Cloud Human Rights Commission is sponsoring an open forum entitled “Acknowledging Bias: Offering Support in our Community.” The program will be held at St. Cloud State University’s Miller Center Auditorium on Wednesday, November 20 starting […]

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Nov 14, 2019

Little Falls Weyerhaeuser Museum Temporarily Closed for Mobile Shelving Installation

The Weyerhaeuser Museum in Little Falls is closing temporarily. Executive Director Mary Warner reports the Morrison County Historical Society is installing high-density mobile shelving in its Archives. The project will start the week of November 18. Warner says following the installation, museum staff will need several weeks to rehouse archival materials on the new shelving. […]

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Nov 14, 2019

Deadline for Property Taxes is Tomorrow

The final day to submit second half property tax forms for agricultural property and mobile homes is tomorrow. Stearns County has announced that there are several different payment options for those who have yet to fill out property tax forms.  Minnesota property taxes can be paid online with an e-check or credit card. Residents can […]

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Nov 13, 2019

Searle’s on Fifth Re-opening Soon

A Historic piece of Downtown St. Cloud will be getting a fresh breath of air coming soon. Bar and restaurant, Searle’s on Fifth Ave, formerly D.B. Searle’s, is coming back to life after being closed since March 30th of 2018.   The historic D.B. Searle’s building has been around since 1883, and the new upgrades to the […]

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Nov 13, 2019

British Playwright Caryl Churchill Comes to St. Cloud State

Great British playwright Caryl Churchill will be presenting “Far Away” from today through Sunday at the Center Stage in the Performing Arts Center at St. Cloud State University.  Shows through Saturday will start at 7:30 pm and a Sunday matinee will start at 2:00 pm.  Tickets will be available at the door 30 minutes prior […]

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Nov 12, 2019

MN Representative Kunesh-Podein to Speak at St. Cloud State

St. Cloud State’s Women Center will be hosting ‘Uncovering the Truth on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’ Wednesday at 12 pm in the Atwood Theater, as a part of their Women on Wednesday series. This week’s presenter is Minnesota State Representative Mary Kunesh-Podein, who represents district 41B, which is a suburb of Minneapolis and St. […]

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Nov 8, 2019

Veterans Day in Central Minnesota

The city of St. Cloud will be observing Veterans Day with a number of programs and activities sponsored by the City and the St. Cloud Area School District. Local schools will be hosting their own unique styles of honoring our veterans on the 11th of November. The city of St. Cloud will be hosting the […]

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Nov 6, 2019

Stearns County Looking for Ski Patrol Volunteers

The Stearns county park department has opened registration for anyone wanting to volunteer to be the “eyes and ears” of the county park trails.   The volunteers patrol the trails December through February. Duties include reporting on the conditions of the trail that include any damages, problems or concerns of the park.   Ski patrol volunteers are needed […]

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Nov 6, 2019

Little Falls Family Still Searching for Answers in Homicide

The family of a hunter who was fatally shot in Morrison County three years ago and sheriff’s officials have created a video asking for help in solving the homicide.   Terry Brisk was killed Nov. 7, 2016 while deer hunting on his parents’ land east of Little Falls. Investigators say Brisk’s own weapon was used […]

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Nov 6, 2019

Two Stearns County Parks to Close for Deer Hunt

Two Stearns County Parks will be closed to accommodate special deer hunting opportunities for people with physical disabilities. Both Rockville County Park & Nature Preserve and Spring Hill County Park will be closed beginning Saturday, November 9 through November 17.  Spring Hill County Park will close again for hunting from November 30 through December 15. […]

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Nov 5, 2019

Fire at South Junior High School Shuts Down Classes

A small fire broke out at South Junior High School in St. Cloud at the end of the school day today. The St. Cloud Area School District says that the small fire started in the woodshop area of the building where the St. Cloud Fire Department would take over the situation. The School District has […]

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