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Royalton Voters Approve $26.1 Million School Bond Referendum [AUDIO]

Royalton voters have agreed to raise their property taxes for $26.1 million in school updates and a new childhood and kindergarten center.

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Cathedral High School Hosts Virtual Class Day Due to Cold [AUDIO]

St. Cloud Cathedral High School students were able to do their classwork at home again for a virtual class day. With school cancelled on Wednesday due to the extreme cold, Cathedral teachers posted their lesson plans online for students to access from home.

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Sartell-St. Stephen School Board Elects New Chair [AUDIO]

The Sartell-St. Stephen school board has elected a new chair for 2015. Krista Durrwachter was elected chair on Monday night and has served on the board since 2013.

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Sartell Sabers
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Sartell-St. Stephen District Frustrated With Late Labor Day Start [AUDIO]

The Sartell-St. Stephen School district is frustrated with a state requirement to start school after Labor Day. The Holiday won't be until September 7th this year, the latest day it can land.

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SCSU President Earl H. Potter III giving his convocation address. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
SCSU President Earl H. Potter III giving his convocation address. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
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St. Cloud State University Faces Challenges in 2015 [AUDIO]

Despite drops in enrollment, a budget deficit and staff shortages, St. Cloud State University remains optimistic moving into 2015. SCSU President Earl H. Potter III gave his convocation address on Tuesday morning, saying the University had many successes and challenges last year.

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Dennis Whipple at the board reorganization meeting. (Dan DeBaun, WJON News)
Dennis Whipple at the board reorganization meeting. (Dan DeBaun, WJON News)
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St. Cloud School District Plans For Crucial 2015 [AUDIO]

The St. Cloud area school district is preparing to make important decisions in 2015.

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iPad being used by students at North Junior High. (Dan DeBaun, WJON News)
iPad being used by students at North Junior High. (Dan DeBaun, WJON News)
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Students Find Challenges, Benefits With New iPads in Class [VIDEO]

With school resuming after winter break, area middle school students continue to adjust to more technology in the classroom.

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The remains of the Roosevelt School after the fire last year. (Dan DeBaun, WJON News)
The remains of the Roosevelt School after the fire last year. (Dan DeBaun, WJON News)
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Top 10 of 2014: #1 Roosevelt School Destroyed by Fire [AUDIO]

We finish our countdown of the Top 10 Local news stories of 2014 today with our #1 story of the year. The historic Roosevelt Early Childhood Center building was destroyed by a fire that started late on June 14th.

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(Photo: Jim Maurice, WJON)
(Photo: Jim Maurice, WJON)
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Sauk Rapids-Rice High School Honored For Culinary Programs [AUDIO]

Sauk Rapids-Rice High School is being recognized for its cooking and baking programs.

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Photo courtesy of the St. Cloud Technical and Community College
Photo courtesy of the St. Cloud Technical and Community College
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SCTCC Helps Finish Toys For Less Fortunate Children

The St. Cloud Technical and Community College carpentry program helped a local toy company finish hundreds of toys for less fortunate children this holiday season.

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