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NWS: Snowstorm May Affect Your Christmas Travel Plans

After a cloudy and dreary weekend, an active weather pattern is forecast to unfold for next week. A slow moving low pressure system will bring rain to the area late Sunday night and Monday, followed by a transition to mainly snow Monday night and Tuesday.

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(Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
(Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Top 10 of 2014: #9 Summer Shootings In St. Cloud

Today (Saturday) The WJON news team continues our countdown of the Top 10 local news stories of 2014. Coming in at number nine is the string of summertime shootings in St. Cloud. The summer of 2014 will go down as one of the more violent ones in St. Cloud's history.

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Northstar Rail Line Has New Refund Offer in January

The organization which runs the Northstar Commuter Rail Line is offering an on-time guarantee in an effort to get disgruntled riders back.

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Photo by Isaac Schweer, WJON
Photo by Isaac Schweer, WJON
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Food Drive A Fun, Rewarding Experience for Sauk Rapids-Rice Middle School Students [VIDEO]

Students at Sauk Rapids Middle School took part in their annual food drive - a schoolwide competition that collects food for Catholic Charities. The food drive is headed by the middle school's student council, including presidents Staci Meyer and Chase Christensen.

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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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The Invisible You, image courtesy of page-ed.org
The Invisible You, image courtesy of page-ed.org
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News @ Noon: Alan Page Has Written A New Children’s Book [AUDIO]

Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page and his daughter have written a new children's book to benefit his foundation, which tackles barriers to higher education for young people of color.

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Potential location for new school (Photo: Stearns County)
Potential location for new school (Photo: Stearns County)
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Kleis: City of St. Cloud, District 742 Land Swap Moving Forward

Now that the St. Cloud Area School Board has voted to formally move forward with a plan to build a new Tech High School, a plan to swap some land with the city can also move forward.

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St. Cloud Big Lots (Dan DeBaun, WJON News)
St. Cloud Big Lots (Dan DeBaun, WJON News)
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St. Cloud Big Lots Closing Soon

The St. Cloud Big Lots located on Division Street will be closing soon.

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Granite City Sports Podcast- Thursday, December 18th

Thursday's guests included John Tuvey of TheHuddle.com, Mick Hatten and Tom Elliott of the St. Cloud Times, Pat Dolan from St. Cloud State baseball, Sam Zwiener of the Granite City Lumberjacks and Mat Harrison of LeagueSafe.com.

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Nicholas David (Getty Images)
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The Weekender: Music, More Music, and A Christmas Show

This weekend features a lot of music. A singer from NBC's The Voice will be in town, as well as a few other performances in the area. There is also an extra show added for a local dinner theater. Check out The Weekender to learn more.

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