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3 Hurt in Crash Near Royalton

Three people are injured after a two-vehicle crash this (Wed) morning near Royalton.

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Dick's Sporting Goods and a grocery store is expected to reside in the former K-Mart Building. (Photo: Isaac Schweer, WJON)
Dick's Sporting Goods and a grocery store is expected to reside in the former K-Mart Building. (Photo: Isaac Schweer, WJON)
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Dick’s Sporting Goods, Grocery Store To Occupy Former K-Mart Building

We have a better idea as to what will occupy the former K-mart building. Dick's Sporting Goods headlines one of three facilities that will utilize the building. The other two will be a grocery store and some sort of retail building.

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Sauk River Regional Park (Photo: Isaac Schweer, WJON)
Sauk River Regional Park (Photo: Isaac Schweer, WJON)
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Sartell Considers Land Purchase Near Sauk River Regional Park

Sartell officials are considering to acquire some land near the Sauk River Regional Park. The city is looking at purchasing roughly 5 acres adjacent to the current park boundary at County Road 136 and County Road 120.

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Isaac Schweer, WJON
Isaac Schweer, WJON
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Foot Golf Course Coming to St. Joseph Park

St. Joseph is looking to add a foot golf course to a city park in the near future. The city park board is looking to add a six hole course to Northland Park, which is north of County Road 75.

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Individuals take the oath to swear in as a United States Citizen (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON)
Individuals take the oath to swear in as a United States Citizen (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON)
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112 Immigrants Live Out Their Dream, Swear In As United States Citizens [VIDEO]

A dream many immigrants chase for was achieved this (Wednesday) morning at the River's Edge Convention Center. A Naturalization Ceremony, presented by the U.S. District Court, swore in 112 individuals from 28 countries to make them full legal citizens.

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King Banaian, photo courtesy of St. Cloud State University
King Banaian, photo courtesy of St. Cloud State University
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Banaian: Job Growth Slowed by Higher Minimum Wage

Minnesota's minimum wage goes up by a buck to $9 an hour on Saturday. It was a year ago on August 1st that the state's minimum wage was raised to $8 an hour. King Banaian is the Dean of the School of Public Affairs at St. Cloud State University.

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Authorities Searching for Stearns County Runaway

Authorities are asking for your help as they search for a missing teen. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says 17-year-old Brianna Hoppe left her rural Stearns County home at about 10:15 p.m. on July 18th.

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Sartell Police, Facebook
Sartell Police, Facebook
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Sartell Police: Two Garages Broken Into During Last Couple Days

Sartell Police are reminding you to lock your garage door after a couple of burglaries over the last two days. Both incidents happened in the early morning in the 1100 block of 10th Avenue North in Sartell. In both instances, someone entered the garage attached to the home.

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Granite City Sports Podcast- Tuesday, July 28th

Granite City Sports airs Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 3 PM on AM 1390 The Fan with Jay Caldwell, John Holler, Lee Voss and Dave Overlund. The podcast is also available on iTunes.

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Category: Audio, Sports
Jeremiah James Korfe 
 (Photo used with permission from Jeremiah Korfe)
Jeremiah James Korfe (Photo used with permission from Jeremiah Korfe)
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Jeremiah Korfe Talks Summertime by George & His New Music [AUDIO]

Jeremiah James Korfe will be taking the stage tonight at 6:30 p.m. He says he will be playing his new single "Work" as well as some songs from his upcoming album. Todd Hurst and his band "The Whiskey Three" will be opening the show starting at 5:00 p.m.

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