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Alex Svejkovsky

St. Cloud has always been a second home to me. After growing up in the town of Paynesville, I moved to Sartell to begin my college career at St. Cloud State University, majoring in Mass Communications. In my time there I mostly focused on the television side of things, spending most of my time with the campus television station UTVS. While at UTVS I did many roles such as news anchor, reporter and sports anchor for our many live newscasts. I even did play by play for the football and basketball games that we had televised. However, I didn’t just limit myself to television. While putting myself through school I worked with Leighton Broadcasting in their sports department, doing many things behind the scenes and over the air. Upon my graduation from St. Cloud State in 2012, I began to find that first opportunity to enter the broadcast journalism world and to my excitement landed here at WJON as a field reporter/news anchor. I love what I do and can honestly say that I never think of my job as work. Outside of the news room my pastimes include sports, music, hanging with my family and just enjoying the great Minnesota weather.
Watoto Children's Choir from Africa performed for an audience at Sartell. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Watoto Children's Choir from Africa performed for an audience at Sartell. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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African Children’s Choir Stops in Sartell on U.S. Tour [VIDEO]

Since January, the Watoto Children's Choir of Africa have been stopping at churches throughout the the United States as part of their six month tour.

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St. Cloud Police Investigating Gun Complaints

St. Cloud police are investing a pair of gun complaints reported over the weekend. Officers responded to the area 28th Avenue North and 4 1/2 Street North at about 5:30 p.m on Friday, after a woman called police saying she saw three males walking in the area. One of them was carrying a handgun.

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WJON News On-Demand – Monday, 6/2/14 – Midday News

Good afternoon, here’s today’s headlines on WJON:

- We've had over 2 inches of rain since Friday
- St. Cloud man facing assault charges after threatening people with a gun
- St. Cloud man arrested for indecent exposure
- State health officials call the flu season "very average"
- This is is the 75th anniversary of "The Wizard of Oz"

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Adam Dullinger spent three months turning five Metrodome chairs into a bench now sitting in the Sartell High School lobby. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Adam Dullinger spent three months turning five Metrodome chairs into a bench now sitting in the Sartell High School lobby. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Sartell Student Brings Part of Metrodome to High School [VIDEO]

As graduation approaches, many seniors want to leave a lasting impression. Adam Dullinger is a senior at Sartell High School, and his name won't be forgotten.

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