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Talahi Students Sing For Hip-Hop Album [AUDIO]

St. Cloud -- For the second year in a row a group of local students are featured in a song by a St. Cloud hip-hop group. Tammy Calhoun's 6th grade music class at Talahi Community School are lending their voic

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Sartell – St. Stephen Schools Leading the Way in Healthy Food Options [AUDIO]

The Sartell - St. Stephen school district implemented the NuVal Nutritional Scoring System one year ago to provide health information to students.

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St. Cloud Superintendent Candidates Announced

The final six candidates for the open superintendent position for St. Cloud area have been named.

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St. Cloud Immersion Programs Are A Growing Success [AUDIO]

Local language immersion programs at Madison and Clearview Elementary schools are growing in popularity.

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Bruce Watkins
Bruce Watkins
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Public Meetings Announced For Superintendent Search

St. Cloud -- St. Cloud area school officials are beginning to narrow down the candidates for the next superintendent. A special board meeting will be held tonight (Tuesday) to select candidates to be interviewed for the open position

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New Social Studies Standards Face Criticism

ST. CLOUD-- Social Studies standards for Minnesota's schools are being revised, but not without controversy. The proposed standards for kindergarten through 12th grade education are being criticized by both the political left and right

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SCSU to Invest Nearly $5-Million in High Definition TV Studio Upgrades

St. Cloud State University is set to invest nearly $5 million in their Mass Communications Department.

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Image by MDGovpics
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MN Gets Passing Grade in K-12 Educational Parent Power

The K-12 Educational System in the Land of 10,000 Lakes is one of the leaders in the country when it comes to how much input, influence and interest parents of students have exercised.

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Michelle Meyer Selected New Sartell-St. Stephen School Board Chair [AUDIO]

2012 was a tough year for the Sartell-St. Stephen school board, rife with turnover and decisive issues, but Michelle Meyer plans to get things back on track.

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Canoeist Peter Marshall with a trip photo (Photo by Abby Faulkner)
Canoeist Peter Marshall with a trip photo (Photo by Abby Faulkner)
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Cathedral Graduates Share Memories of 2,600 Mile Canoe Trip [AUDIO]

Not many people can claim they've paddled a canoe 2,600 miles across North America, but a group of Cathedral High School graduates spent the past summer doing just that.

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