The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency says the recent stretch of warm, calm weather has brought good conditions for blue-green algae in lakes. This year the heavy rains in May and June washed a large amount of nutrients into Minesota lakes and streams.
About two months after a lightning strike and fire, clean-up of the former Roosevelt school site in St. Cloud has begun. District 742 Business Manager Kevin Januszewski says the clean-up process officially started today (Friday).
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