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Patrol: Bicyclist Hit by Car in Little Falls
A bicyclist is hurt after being hit by a car in Little Falls.
Sheriff: Shots Fired at Dump Truck in Sauk Centre
Shots were fired at a dump truck earlier this week in Sauk Centre and authorities are searching for a van that might have been involved.
Rain Doesn’t Deter Visitors for Art in the Gardens [GALLERY]
Despite the rainy weather several still came out to Thursday's Art in the Gardens event at the Munsinger Clemens Gardens in St. Cloud. The annual event attracts local artists, crafters, food vendors and more.
UPDATE: Crews Restore Power in St. Cloud
Xcel Energy has restored the power to several customers in the St. Cloud metro area.
Baker’s HobbyTown to Get RadioShack Products
A hobby and toy store in Waite Park will soon be selling a new but familiar product.
Munsinger Clemens Gardens to Host Annual Art Fair
You can check out some artwork and enjoy the beautiful scenery at the Munsinger Clemens Gardens, Thursday in St. Cloud.
Sherburne County Fair Kicks off Thursday
Now that several of the area town festivals have come and gone, it's time to gear up for the county fair season.
Cosmetologist Raises Funds for Public Sunscreen Dispenser
A cosmetologist at a Sauk Rapids salon is reaching her goals by giving the public a tool to help prevent skin cancer.
St. Cloud Public Library Hosting ‘Library 101′ Course
From using a card catalog to switching to an online database, using library resources has changed drastically over the years.
Boys and Girls Clubs Hosting School Supply Drive
The new school year is just around the corner and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Minnesota are asking for your help with getting kids the tools they need to succeed.