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SCSU Forum On White Nationalism

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04/16/2018 - 12:08 PM

Students and community members are encouraged to join the St. Cloud State University Faculty Association and other departments in a panel to discuss white nationalism.

In response to posters and fliers promoting white culture, "White Nationalism or What could be Wrong With 'White Pride'" will be a panel to discuss concerns and questions of the students. Panelists include professors and students hear at SCSU.

The panel will be on Tuesday, April 17, from 11-12:15 P.M. in the Atwood Voyageurs room.

New Men's Hockey Coach at St. Cloud State University Named Today

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04/13/2018 - 9:40 AM

St. Cloud State University Intercollegiate Athletics will announce its new men’s hockey coach today at 2 p.m.  Athletic Media Relations Director Tom Nelson says there will be a press conference in the Husky Den of the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. 

The new coach and SCSU Director of Athletics Heather Weems be available for questions and answers at this time—and KVSC will have this event covered.

Former head coach Bob Motzko accepted the head coaching job at the University of Minnesota last month after helming the men’s hockey program at SCSU for 13 years.

St. Cloud School District 742 Continues To Negotiate Contracts

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04/12/2018 - 9:20 AM

St. Cloud Area School District 742 is still in negotiations for some of their employee contracts.

Spokeswoman Tami DeLand says the district has 12 employee groups, of those groups only two have not agreed to their terms. The Principal’s Association and the Clerical and Nutritional Services Units haven’t come to an agreement. The principal’s negotiations are ongoing and a session is scheduled next week.

The Clerical and Nutritional Services are in contract mediation with their representatives, which would mean negotiations for 58 full-time equivalents and 72 full and part-time employees.

The district says it will continue to move towards a settlement for both groups.

Former SCSU Student Arrested For Terrorist Threats

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04/12/2018 - 8:16 AM

A former St. Cloud State University student, who made alleged bomb threats to St. Cloud City Hall on Facebook, was arrested on campus Wednesday morning.

St. Cloud Police say 25-year-old Abdalle Ahmed Ege of St. Cloud had made threats saying "I have a bag somewhere in city hall saint cloud". Officers found the bag belonging to Ege outside City Hall. The bag was checked and found to have no explosives inside.

Police and the FBI were able to find Ege at the Atwood Center on campus. He was arrested without incident and the building was searched with no explosives found.

Ege was taken to the Stearns County Jail on charges of making terroristic threats and authorities say there is no threat to the public.

Authorities Close Case Of Cold Spring Officer Who Was Killed

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04/11/2018 - 8:51 AM

COLD SPRING, Minn. (AP) - The criminal investigation into the 2012 killing of a Cold Spring police officer is being closed.

Officer Thomas Decker was shot and killed on Nov. 29, 2012 after he was called to check on someone. Ryan Larson was arrested hours later, but was never charged.

Authorities later questioned Eric Thomes as a person of interest, but Thomes committed suicide. The shotgun linked to Decker's death was found on property Thomes could access.

Stearns County Chief Deputy Sheriff Jon Lentz tells the St. Cloud Times that Thomes was the focus of the investigation, and it's time to close the case. Larson has sued Stearns County and others, alleging his rights were violated.

His attorney says closing the case will help Larson's civil claim, and is essentially an admission that Larson's innocent.

Spring Powwow Comes to St. Cloud Saturday

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04/11/2018 - 10:30 AM

A celebration of Native American culture is coming to St. Cloud this Saturday.

St. Cloud School District 742 Communications Director Tami DeLand says District 742 is working with the St. Cloud State University American Indian Center and St. Cloud Technical and Community College to put on the 25th Annual Spring Powwow. Some of the activities will include food, dancing, and a hand drum contest.

The Powwow will begin with a Grand Entry at 1 p.m. at Apollo High School. A feast will be offered at 5 p.m. and there will be another Grand Entry after that at 7 p.m.

This event is free and open to the public.

This Week Is Severe Weather Awareness Week

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04/10/2018 - 10:00 AM

This Week Is Severe Weather Awareness Week

Would you be prepared if severe weather came into your area?

Emergency Management Director for Stearns County Erin Hausauer says this week is Severe Weather Awareness Week. There is usually a severe weather threat from March until November, so it is best to recognize what will happen and how to protect yourself.

Monday was weather alerts and warnings day, Tuesday is severe storms, lighting and hail awareness, Wednesday is floods and flash floods awareness day, Thursday will have a statewide tornado drill and Friday will highlight the dangers of heat waves.

It is always important to plan, for more tips on emergency planning visit

SCSU Announces Drug Drop Box For Old Medication

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04/10/2018 - 10:00 AM

St. Cloud State University will be a little safer after the recent announcement of a drug drop box. 

Students at SCSU will be able to go to the drop box at Student Health Services in the pharmacy. A drop box is a place to get rid of unwanted or expired medications safely, to protect the environment and campus community. This will be a safe way to dispose of drugs and medications all year.

The box will open Monday, April 16 with a ceremony at noon at Student Health Services on campus. Everyone is invited, and light refreshments will be offered.

St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis Addresses

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04/09/2018 - 9:10 AM

St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis is presenting his review of and vision for the city at an open presentation Tuesday.

The Mayor's "State of the City" address is taking place Tuesday at City Hall during the lunch hour. Kleis's presentation begins at 12:30 p.m. and it's open for anyone to attend.

If you cannot attend in person you can watch on Charter-Spectrum channel 19 or 181 or watch it live on a Facebook live broadcast if you follow Mayor Dave Kleis.

Kleis has served as St. Cloud's Mayor since 2005.

St. Cloud Man Arrested After Alleged Knife Attack Against His Girlfriend

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04/09/2018 - 8:35 AM

St. Cloud Man Arrested After Alleged Knife Attack Against His Girlfriend

A woman was injured Friday night after an argument with her boyfriend.

St. Cloud Police say they were called to the 100 block of 4th Avenue Northeast just after 8 p.m. when 25-year-old Shawn Ronald Baker of St. Cloud allegedly assaulted his 20-year-old girlfriend with a knife. The girlfriend had non-life threatening injuries to her head and was taken to St. Cloud Hospital.

Baker had left the apartment and walked several blocks until police found him at the 600 block of 8th Avenue North. He was arrested and taken to the Benton County Jail where he is held on charges of felony domestic assault and 2nd degree assault.

Avon Officer From St. Cloud Mall Stabbing Being Honored

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04/05/2018 - 9:45 AM

ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) - An Avon police officer who shot and killed an attacker at a central Minnesota mall is being honored for bravery.

Officer Jason Falconer is set to receive a Congressional Badge of Bravery on Thursday in St. Cloud.

U.S. Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith and U.S. Rep. Tom Emmer will host the ceremony for Falconer at the St. Cloud Police Department.

Falconer, a firearms instructor and competitive shooter, was off-duty and shopping at Crossroads Center in St. Cloud in September 2016 when Dahir Adan, dressed in a security guard uniform, stabbed and injured 10 people at the mall. Falconer shot Adan after Adan lunged at him with a knife.

Congress passed the Law Enforcement Congressional Badge of Bravery Act in 2008 to honor exceptional acts of bravery from law enforcement.

Sherburne County Man Convicted With Criminal Vehicular Homicide of Big Lake Man

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04/05/2018 - 12:40 PM

 ELK RIVER, Minn. (AP) - Jurors have convicted a man of driving while high on drugs and causing a fatal crash in Sherburne County.

Thirty-seven-year-old Juan Garcia-Morales was found guilty Wednesday of criminal vehicular homicide in the death of 33-year-old Matthew Barthel, of Big Lake, on Feb. 22.
Barthel, a husband and father of two young children, was on his way to work at the Monticello School District when he was killed. Toxicology tests found methamphetamine and amphetamine in Garcia-Morales' blood at the time of the crash.
The Star Tribune says sentencing is scheduled June 18.

DNR Recomends Caution On Ice Covered Lakes

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04/05/2018 - 11:32 AM

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding anglers from being tricked by thin ice in at the end of the fishing season.

Public safety officials say that more than six people have fallen through the ice over the last week. Safety Outreach Coordinator Lisa Dugan says that a cold snap won't change the fact that ice has already started to melt.

The DNR says that most lakes are still covered with ice, but a full days worth of warm and sunny conditions could turn ice into open water.

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SCSU Will Host A Social Activist Speaker For Racial Equality

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04/04/2018 - 9:35 AM

St. Cloud State University will host a presentation on uprooting racism.

University Spokeswoman Anna Kurth says educator and author Paul Kivel will give a keynote address about how white people can work for racial justice. Kivel wants to give people in the community more tools to help end oppression and injustice to transform organizations and institutions.

Kivel will speak on Tuesday, April 10 in the Ritchse Auditorium from 6:30 - 8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

St. Martin Barn Fire A Total Loss, Animals Saved

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04/04/2018 - 9:00 AM

A barn fire in St. Martin Township Wednesday morning ended in a total loss.

Stearns County Sheriff Don Gudmundson says just before 4:30 a.m. Homeowners 53-year-old Daniel Kremers and 45-year-old Angela Kremers of St. Martin called authorities about their barn being on fire. Daniel noticed noisy cattle as he was getting ready for work and saw a red glow from a barn.

The Kremers tried to put out the barn that housed several goats, chickens and miscellaneous equipment. All the chickens and goats are believed to be saved.

The St. Martin Fire Department put out the fire, but the barn is believed to be a total loss. The homeowners think the fire started from a heat lamp inside of a goat hut.

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