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St. Cloud and Rice to Hold Memorial September 11th Services

St. Cloud and Rice will be holding memorial services on Thursday to honor victims of the September 11th attacks 13 years ago.

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Photo courtesy of Coborn's Incorporated.
Photo courtesy of Coborn's Incorporated.
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Frozen in Time: First Coborn’s Store in Sauk Rapids [VIDEO]

What started off as a small feed store in Sauk Rapids in the 1800’s has morphed into a grocery staple in Central Minnesota and beyond.

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Dr. Lindquist talks about how the medical field has changed over his 40 plus years. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News).
Dr. Lindquist talks about how the medical field has changed over his 40 plus years. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News).
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St. Cloud Doctor Talks Medical Changes Over 41 Year Career [VIDEO]

A local physician is retiring after 41 years in practice and talks about how things have changed over his career.

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National Weather Service
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Rain, Cold Weather On The Way

A strong storm system will bring widespread rain across the area tonight into Wednesday. Locations in far southern and southeastern Minnesota into western Wisconsin have the highest risk of flooding, especially if more rain falls than is currently forecast.

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Grand Jury Indicts Demetreus McGinnis on First Degree Murder Charge

A St. Cloud man accused of shooting and killing a man outside the Sartell Sprint store last March will stand trial for first degree murder.

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CSB and SJU Ranked Among Nations Top 100 Liberal Arts Schools

The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University were once again highly ranked in national liberal arts colleges by U.S. News and World Report Magazines.

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born1945, Flickr
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Foley To Do Study to See Where Sidewalks and Pathways Are Needed

Foley city officials want to bridge the gap between downtown and other businesses.

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Photo By WJON.com's Josh Akkerman
Photo By WJON.com's Josh Akkerman
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Step Brothers, Qdoba Restaurants Close Their Doors

Two St. Cloud eateries have recently closed their doors. Step Brothers Wieners and More on Veterans Drive is closed. Also, Qdoba Mexican Grill on Division Street is closed.

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No One Hurt in Two Vehicle Crash in Todd County

Deputies responded to a two vehicle crash in Todd County Thursday.

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‘Granite City On Tap’ Beer Festival Allows Hard Cider Fans to Sample, Find Favorites

I'm looking forward to sampling a dozen hard ciders at the Granite City On Tap Beer Festival on Saturday. They're among the nearly 100 different beers and ciders at the festival.

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