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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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Carlson & Stewart Refrigeration
Carlson & Stewart Refrigeration
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Sauk Rapids Refrigeration Company Moving into Former ‘Closet Logic’ Building

A Sauk Rapids refrigeration company is moving this week into a bigger building, with plans to expand. Carlson & Stewart Refrigeration is moving from their current location on 9th Avenue South to a building at 189 Industrial Boulevard. Operations Manager Cory Schreifels says they're hoping to have the move completed by this Friday.

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County Board Leadership Picked For 2015

New leaders have been chosen to lead their respective county board of commissioners in 2015.

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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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How Cold Is Too Cold For School? Sauk Rapids-Rice Superintendent Explains

The National Weather Service has already posted a Wind Chill Warning for all of Minnesota for overnight tonight and through tomorrow (Wednesday) morning. And, that has a lot of parents wondering about what that means for school start times. Sauk Rapids-Rice Superintendent Dan Bittman says the school districts here in central Minnesota don't have a specific temperature or wind chill reading that they use to delay or cancel classes.

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Dan DeBaun, WJON News
Dan DeBaun, WJON News
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Welcome to St. Joseph Sign Could be Removed

The Welcome to St. Joseph sign could be removed in the near future.

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Foley City Council Discusses Possibility of New Pawn Shop [AUDIO]

Foley city council will be discussing the possibility of a Pawn Shop coming to town during tonight's (Tuesday) city council meeting. City Administrator Robert Barbian says he's been collecting information on what regulations are needed for a Pawn Shop to set up in the city.

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Rebecca Elliott  
(Photo: Joshua Akkerman, WJON)
Rebecca Elliott (Photo: Joshua Akkerman, WJON)
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Flute Player turned Conductor Rebecca Elliott is the All-Star Student of the Week [VIDEO]

Rebecca Elliott has been involved with music all of her life. Recently she decided to pursue a career in music, and now is getting a jump start in her education. As part of an independent study she helps conduct the Sartell High School Ninth Grade Band.

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(PHOTO: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
(PHOTO: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Waite Park To Add Planning and Community Development Director [AUDIO]

Waite Park will soon be taking applications for a new staff position. During this (Monday) evening's city council meeting the board unanimously approved the addition of a Planning and Community Development director.

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Lupine Brewing Company, Facebook
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Lupine Brewing Company Gets Approval from St. Cloud City Council

Another microbrewery is opening in St. Cloud. Last (Monday) night the city council gave their approval to amend the General Development Plan to allow the operation of a brewery, tap room, and off-sale liquor sales in the former O'Hara's location. The amendment was necessary because the new Lupine Brewing Company will not be serving food like the former O'Hara's did.

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