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Two SCSU Students and Two Non-Students Were Robbed Sunday Morning

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09/17/2018 - 8:30 AM

Police are searching for two men after several people were robbed near St. Cloud State University early Sunday morning.

St Cloud State Spokeswoman Jennifer Super says at 5:30 a.m. two SCSU students and two non-students were walking in the 600 block of 5th Avenue South. Two men in all black with their faces covered approached the group and showed handguns. It is unknown what the men took from the victims.

Two of the victims suffered minor injuries from the robbery. Police are still searching for the men and the investigation remains active.

Young Girl In Critical Condition After Nearly Drowning At Quarry Park

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09/17/2018 - 8:00 AM

Young Girl In Critical Condition After Nearly Drowning At Quarry Park

A young girl is in critical condition after nearly drowning at Quarry Park Saturday afternoon.

Stearns County Sheriff Don Gudmundson says just after 4 p.m. four-year-old Hazel Dobbs began to drown. Dobbs was not wearing a life jacket. When mother 29-year-old Earnestine Williams realized she was drowning and called for help, Nathan Sisk of Foley ordered everyone out of the water. Sisk asked strong swimmers to look for Dobbs and several people went under to help.

Eventually swimmer Jason Weber found Dobbs about 10-15 feet under the water and brought her to the surface. An unidentified woman then began to perform CPR. Three people continued to perform CPR until the Gold Cross Ambulance arrived.

Dobbs eventually regained a pulse, and was taken to the St. Cloud Hospital where she is in critical condition.

DNR to Review Pike Regulations

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09/17/2018 - 3:45 AM

The Department of Natural Resources will be holding a meeting to gather public input on experimental fishing regulations for northern pike.

The regulations were put into place on East and West Lake Sylvia in Wright County in 2009. Under the experimental order, all northern pike between 24-36 inches must immediately be released, and one over 36 inches is allowed to be kept with a limit of three.

Since the regulations were put into place, the average size of northern pike has gone down from 22-inches to 19-inches with the percentage of pike between 24 and 30 inches also decreasing.

The fisheries data has shown applying these experimental rules would benefit northern pike populations statewide.


The meeting will be held on Thursday, October 4th from 6-8 p.m. at the Southside Township Hall in Annandale.

Apollo High School Cleared To Re-Open Classrooms

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09/14/2018 - 11:30 AM

Apollo High School Cleared To Re-Open Classrooms

While not completely returned to normal, the classrooms at Apollo High School have been cleared to open.

St. Cloud Area School District 742 says that there will be no school on Friday, September 21 to allow staff to get the school ready for every student to return.

The classrooms were closed after they were damaged by a fire on July 11.

The high school had been using an alternating schedule for students due to the lack of available classrooms. Grades 9-10 and 11-12 would alternate weekdays in which they attend the school. For each day, they would only have three classes, either the odd or even numbered classes on their schedule.

The return of all students will take place on Monday, September 24. Additional rooms should be re-opening in the near future.

St. Cloud Pride Weekend Returning For Ninth Time

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09/14/2018 - 10:45 AM

St. Cloud will be hosting its ninth Pride Weekend starting on Friday.

The St. Cloud Downtown Council says that there will be several family-friendly events during the weekend.

The first event will be a burlesque show by the Vendetta Vixens and Nakita's Kittens on Friday night at the Red Carpet in downtown St. Cloud. Features of the show will include modern dance, acrobatics, and comedy. The show will begin at 10 p.m. and the cost of the event is $10 plus a $1.49 fee.

Saturday will kick off with Pride in the Park, which will provide games, booths, food vendors, music, and more. This will take place at Lake George from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Coming up later on Saturday will be the St. Cloud Pride Drag Show at the River's Edge Convention Center. The show will feature comedy by Bonnie the Barfly and there will be six performers. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m., with general admission beginning at 7 p.m. 

No events have been announced for Sunday.

Over 50 businesses will be supporting Pride Weekend.

Woman Hit By Semi-Truck After Crossing Highway 10

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09/13/2018 - 8:45 AM

A woman was hit by a semi-truck near Haven Township after running across the road.

Minnesota State Patrol Sergeant Jesse Grabow says just after 3 p.m. Wednesday, 65-year-old Bruce Coufal of Frazee was driving his semi-truck west on Highway 10 near 60th Street. Then, 44-year-old Tracy Radey of Clear Lake ran across the road and was hit by Coufal.

Radey was taken to North Memorial Hospital for her life-threatening injuries. The extent of her injuries is unknown.

Deputy Hit By Bow And Arrow

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09/13/2018 - 5:00 AM

Deputy Hit By Bow And Arrow

An incident involving a stolen vehicle ended with a deputy with an arrow in his arm.

Stearns County Sheriff Don Gudmundson says just after 10:00 a.m., a 31 year-old man from the Osakis/Alexandria area stole a truck in Osakis, which he drove to Sauk Centre to a John Deere store, crashing into the building. He then drove through several backyards and into parked cars before crashing into a garage on 10th Street. The suspect ran into the house through an unlocked door and appeared with a compound bow on the second floor. The bow belonged to the homeowner.

The suspect shot the bow and hit Stearns County Deputy Paul Orvis through the forearm. Officers shot at the suspect and hit him three times in the shoulder, buttocks, and his hand. Officers and a negotiator started talking to the man, where he told them his injuries.

After nearly two hours, the man appeared from the upstairs, where officers tasered him and took him into custody just before 1:00 p.m. He was taken by helicopter to a St. Cloud hospital for further treatment. Deputy Paul Orvis went into surgery to remove the shaft of the arrow and a possible broken arm. He is listed in good condition by the hospital.

Homes in the area of the incident were evacuated and Sauk Centre Schools went into lockdown.

The attack is still under investigation.

Stand off in Sauk Center Leads to Officer Shot With an Arrow

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09/13/2018 - 4:30 AM

A Stearns County Sheriff's deputy has been shot with an arrow in a standoff in Sauk Center.

Stearns County Sheriff Don Gudmonson says deputy Paul Orvis began pursuing a stolen vehicle that was driving erratically. The 31-year-old suspect then crashed his car into a garage and ran inside the house. Once inside the suspect found a compact bow that he used to shoot the deputy in the forearm. Authorities stayed outside the house for another two hours. One of the other responding agencies had an officer open fire and struck the suspect grazing his shoulder and hand.

Both deputy Orvis and the suspect are currently in the hospital, charges are pending.

Prince Charles Meets St. Cloud Students During Visit To Alnwick Castle

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09/13/2018 - 3:30 AM

Prince Charles Meets St. Cloud Students During Visit To Alnwick Castle

St. Cloud State students had an opportunity to speak with royalty on Thursday while studying abroad.

Anna Kurth of St. Cloud State University Communications says that Prince Charles, the oldest son of Queen Elizabeth II, spoke to St. Cloud State students when he visited Alnwick Castle in Northumberland.

Six students were able to speak to the Prince of Wales: Kendal Theisen of St. Cloud, Kaylie Abbott of Carver, Abigail Barr of Ramsey, Austin Barsness of Brandon, McKenna Klaphake of Blaine, and Gabriel Legierski of Ham Lake. 

The prince was visiting Alnwick Castle as part of a charity visit to Northumberland. The students are studying communication studies and British history and culture while occupying the 11th century castle. 

St. Cloud State Meteorology Professor Among Creators Of Wildfire Prediction Tool

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09/13/2018 - 2:15 AM

St. Cloud State Meteorology Professor Among Creators Of Wildfire Prediction Tool

A tool that can help wildfire forecasting has been created by several researchers, including a St. Cloud State meteorology professor.

The U.S Forest Service says the Hot-Dry-Windy Index (HDW) would help fire managers anticipate conditions that have the potential to cause wildfires. The HDW predicts fires based on three variables: temperature, moisture, and wind.

St. Cloud State meteorology professor Alan Srock is the lead author of a study of the HDW. The science journal Atmosphere has published the study.

While the options for the tool have expanded, it's not expected to be used on an operational basis until more tests have been run.

St. Cloud Places In The Top 10 For Best Minnesota Town

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09/12/2018 - 5:00 AM

Minnesota Monthly released their submissions for their Best MN Town search and St. Cloud is a top-10 finalist.

Mayor Dave Kleis said about the city of St. Cloud: “If you’re seeking a city that is “Best in Minnesota”, than look no further than St. Cloud. As the 8th largest city in Minnesota, we deliver urban perks in a welcoming college-town setting along the mighty Mississippi River.”

The magazine received 24 finalists and the winner will be chosen by a panel of notable Minnesotans, the magazine’s editor, and the people of Minnesota. The criteria for each town will come from a questionnaire, qualitative and quantitative research, and a popular vote.

Voters can vote up to ten times per email address at until Friday, October 12th at 11:59 p.m.

The winner of the showcase will receive a media campaign in a multi-page editorial valued at over $50,000, and a party will be thrown in honor of the town. 

All Aboard Minnesota To Host Forum

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09/12/2018 - 3:55 AM

All Aboard Minnesota is encouraging the community to attend a forum to learn more about additional train services through St. Cloud.

All Aboard President Brian Nelson said, “We will focus on how those in and around St. Cloud will benefit personally, the advantages of adding more long distance rail passenger service, and what citizens can do to make these plans happen.” The proposed additions would be connecting St. Cloud to Fargo, the Twin Cities, and Chicago.

All Aboard Minnesota will be hosting a forum on Wednesday, September 26th from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. at the Great River Regional Library.

Treasurer Adds New Locations For Absentee Ballots

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09/11/2018 - 2:30 AM

Voters in the upcoming election can go to two new locations in Stearns County.

The county says that absentee ballots for the 2018 General Election can be filled out at the Stearns County Service Center at 3301 County Road 138 in Waite Park and the Melrose Area Community Service Center at 114 1st Avenue SW in Melrose.

There are now three locations for absentee balloting in Stearns County. The Stearns County Administration Center was initially the only place to file ballots.

Stearns County Auditor-Treasurer Randy Schreifels added the new locations so there would be more absentee voters while also accommodating for voter location.

Absentee voting will begin on Friday, September 21. The general election will be held on Tuesday, November 6.

Two Vehicle Crash in Albany Sends Sisters To Hospital

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09/11/2018 - 1:15 AM

A crash in Albany resulted in two people being sent to the hospital Saturday evening.

The Stearns County Sheriff’s Office says just before 8 p.m., 18-year-old Katharine Kalthoff was waiting to turn into her driveway on County Road 10 near 330th Street when 29-year-old Neil Osendorf struck her from behind. Kalthoff had her younger sister in the vehicle.

Both were taken to St. Cloud Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Osendorf was medically released at the scene. The crash is still under investigation.

St. Cloud Veteran Gets New Home

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09/11/2018 - 12:50 PM

A local veteran and their family will be getting a new home this month thanks to Habitat for Humanity.

Executive director Rev. Richard Nelson says they are inviting the whole community to come to next week’s ground breaking ceremony. Nelson says this house is special to him because it is providing affordable housing to those who have served our country through the military. Sponsors for the build include MidCounty Bank, Jacobs Financial, network manufacturing, and local EMS.

The ground breaking will take place on Monday, September 17th starting at Noon. Food, beverages and greetings from local veterans and sponsor representatives will also at the ground breaking.

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