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Frozen In Time: Good Earth Food Co-Op [AUDIO,VIDEO]

The Good Earth Food Cooperative began in the basement of the Newman Center on the campus of St. Cloud State University in 1971.

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Ashli Gerdes, WJON News
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Handyman Hardware Prepares For Winter Storm Rush [AUDIO,VIDEO]

As snow hits parts of central Minnesota tonight (Tuesday) local stores are preparing for the winter rush.

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Waite Park City Hall, photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Waite Park City Hall, photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Waite Park Council Reviews Quiet Zone Study Results [AUDIO]

The Waite Park City Council decided not to take action tonight (Monday) on the Quiet Zone project.

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Frozen In Time: Day Fish Company A Lutefisk Tradition [AUDIO,VIDEO]

The Day Fish Company in Braham is well-known throughout Minnesota and on a national level for supplying a Norwegian holiday tradition -- Lutefisk.

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Ashli Gerdes, WJON News
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Cathedral High Celebrates Grandparents Day With The Bishop [AUDIO,VIDEO]

Bishop Donald Kettler spent his birthday at Cathedral High School this morning (Tuesday) for their fifth annual Grandparents Day celebration.

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”Power On The Prairie’ Exhibit Comes To Stearns History Museum [VIDEO]

The Stearns History Museum has a new exhibit on display that highlights how electrification changed life in central Minnesota.

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SCSU Basketball Coach Kevin Schlagel 11/21 [AUDIO]

St. Cloud State University men's basketball coach Kevin Schlagel is in his last season at the helm of the Huskies bench. Schlagel joins the Granite City Cafe every Thursday at 1:30 to talk Husky Hoops.

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Heritage House Bed and Breakfast
Heritage House Bed and Breakfast
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Frozen In Time: Heritage House Bed And Breakfast [AUDIO,VIDEO]

The Heritage House Bed and Breakfast was built in 1904 as a Queen Ann style home. The unique style of architecture and historical connection to the community has landed the Victorian a spot on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Ashli Gerdes, WJON News
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State Receives $1.1 Million In Federal Grant Money For Toward Zero Death Initiative [AUDIO]

Minnesota will receive more than $1.1-million in federal grant money to help with the state's Toward Zero Death initiative.

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Organizations Partner To Match Up To $75k In Food Shelf Donations [AUDIO]

The community matching challenge kicks off again this year with hopes to top last year's record breaking numbers.

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