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Uncle Fesler and Wednesday 
 (Photo: Joshua Akkerman, WJON)
Uncle Fesler and Wednesday (Photo: Joshua Akkerman, WJON)
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The Creepy and Kooky, Mysterious and Spooky Family Hits the Stage [AUDIO]

The Addams Family Musical hits the Paramount Theater stage this weekend. Join all of your favorite characters as Wednesday's new love interest, and his family come to dinner at the Addams Family house. This musical is full of laughter, and great music that teenagers and adults alike will be able to enjoy.

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Area shaded in pink included in the Freezing Rain Advisory. Image courtesy of the National Weather Service
Area shaded in pink included in the Freezing Rain Advisory. Image courtesy of the National Weather Service
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Freezing Rain Advisory until 6:00 a.m. Thursday

The National Weather Service has issued a Freezing Rain Advisory for all of our listening area until 6:00 a.m. tomorrow (Thursday). Ice accumulations of less than a tenth of an inch are possible. Untreated surfaces may become very slippery.

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Highway 23 Expansion Open House Draws Large Crowd

More than 160 people showed up to learn more about a plan to expand Highway 23 to four lanes between Paynesville and New London.

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Anthony Sather (Photo: Sherburne County Sheriffs Office)
Anthony Sather (Photo: Sherburne County Sheriffs Office)
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Dozens Protest At Hearing For Man Accused Of Dog Torture

Dozens of protesters have rallied outside a court appearance for a Minnesota man accused of videotaping himself as he tortured and killed his girlfriend's dog.

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Pete Nyblom
Pete Nyblom
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UPDATE: Inmate Testifies, Says Brian Fitch Asked Him to Kill Witnesses

Prosecutors continue to present their case in day five of the Brian Fitch Senior murder trial in St. Cloud. Fitch is charged with first degree murder in the shooting death of Mendota heights Police Officer Scott Patrick.

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Charity Modi, Photo courtesy of the Boys & Girls Club
Charity Modi, Photo courtesy of the Boys & Girls Club
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St. Cloud Tech Senior Named Boys & Girls Club ‘Youth of the Year”

A senior at St. Cloud Tech High School has been named the "Youth of the Year" for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Minnesota. Charity Modi gets a $2,000 scholarship, and will also participate in the state competition in April, with a chance to win a $10,000 scholarship.

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Sartell Sabres
Sartell Sabres
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Despite Complaints to State: Sartell to Start School After Late Labor Day [AUDIO]

Sartell is still planning to start school after Labor Day, despite district complaints to the state. The holiday won't be until September 7th this year, which is the latest day the holiday can land.

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Photo by WJON.com's Joshua Akkerman
Photo by WJON.com's Joshua Akkerman
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2 Hotels Planned for Area Next to Menard’s in Waite Park [AUDIO]

There's a hotel boom happening in Waite Park. Mayor Rick Miller says a developer is planning on building two hotels on a vacant lot next to Menards along Highway 23. The plan is for a 90-room Staybridge Suites extended-stay hotel and also a 120-room Holiday Inn, including a restaurant and bar. They're expecting to break ground on one of the hotels this spring.

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Getty Images
Getty Images
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Sartell District Approves Clay Target League For Students [AUDIO]

The Sartell School district has approved a proposal for a Minnesota State Clay Target League team for its students. Superintendent Jeff Schwiebert says students in the group will be able to practice in their free time at local shooting ranges.

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Dan DeBaun, WJON News
Dan DeBaun, WJON News
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Join The Club: Stunning Sound From the St. Cloud Area Singing Saints [VIDEO]

Formed in 1968, the St. Cloud Area Singing Saints Barbershop Chorus has become well known in the area, featuring their booming and stunning sound at local events. Club president Tom Veitch says the sound is also unique in that it features no band or background music.

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