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Sauk Rapids-Rice School Lunches Could See Five Cent Increase

Lunches for students in Sauk Rapids-Rice schools could cost five cents more next school year. State and Federal law requires schools to charge a minimum weighted average price for paid lunches.

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UPDATE: St. Joseph Police Identify Boy Killed in Alleged Hit and Run

Police have identified the five-year-old boy who was killed in an apparent hit and run in St. Joseph on Monday. Police were called to the 300 block of 1st Avenue Northwest just after 2:30 p.m. on Monday.

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(Photo: Joshua Akkerman, WJON)
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Paramount Theater Seats Up For Sale

With new seats going into the Paramount Theater, you now have the opportunity to bring a part of the Paramount Theater home with you. A limited number of the old seats are being made available for purchase. The seats are from the balcony section.

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Coborn’s Inc. Buys 4 Western Wisconsin Grocery Stores

Coborn's is expanding into Wisconsin. The grocery store chain has announced the acquisition of four Marketplace Foods stores. The stores are located in Hayward, Menomonie, Rice Lake, and St. Croix Falls.

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Ethan receiving the Charlotte Bacon Act of Kindness Medalist Award. (Photo Courtesy: Christie Zink)
Ethan receiving the Charlotte Bacon Act of Kindness Medalist Award. (Photo Courtesy: Christie Zink)
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Acts of Kindness, Ethan Zink Is An All-Star Student [VIDEO]

This week's All-Star Student is known for being energetic, and has a love for helping other people. Second Grader Ethan Zink ran with his mom in last year's Time to Fly 5K raising money for EB research. His efforts earned him a nomination for the Charlotte Bacon Act of Kindness Award.

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Letters and Revelation, The Saint John’s Bible Apostles Edition, Photo by David Huff © 2015
Letters and Revelation, The Saint John’s Bible Apostles Edition, Photo by David Huff © 2015
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SJU Representatives to Present Pope Francis Saint John’s Bible

A small group of representatives from Saint John's University will present the final volume of The Saint John's Bible to Pope Francis on Friday. Saint John's University President Michael Hemesath will be a part of the group and says it will be one of the highlights of his life.

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Open field site for potential parking lot expansion. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Open field site for potential parking lot expansion. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Potential Parking Lot Expansion Near Bernicks Arena Brought For Discussion

Concerns over limited parking near Bernicks Arena has led to a discussion of a possible expansion. During tonight's (Monday) city council meeting the board looked at the possibility of adding an additional parking lot to Pinecone Regional Park.

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Photo courtesy of the Minnesota National Guard
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Sartell Talks About Adding A Solar Garden To City

Sartell officials are contemplating the idea of adding a solar garden within the city. A presentation was giving during tonight's (Monday) city council meeting by representatives of SolarStone to discuss the possibility of leasing city owned property for the use of the solar garden.

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Pinecone Road roundabout design (Photo: Sartell City Hall)
Pinecone Road roundabout design (Photo: Sartell City Hall)
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Plans and Bids Approved For Phase 1 of Pinecone Road Improvements

The final approval has been passed in the upcoming Pinecone Road Improvements set to begin this summer. Plans and bids for Phase 1 of the project were approved by the Sartell city council tonight (Monday) by a 4-1 vote.

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One Person Hurt in 3 Vehicle Crash on Highway 10 in Elk River

Three vehicles were involved in a chain reaction crash on Highway 10 near Elk River. The State Patrol says the incident happened at about 6:20 p.m. this (Monday) evening.

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