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Madison Elementary in St. Cloud (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
Madison Elementary in St. Cloud (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
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Madison Elementary School Could Be Renovated

Madison Elementary in St. Cloud could see renovations in the future. The updates are expected to cost around $1-million. The first phase would happen this summer and includes adding two new classrooms, two special education rooms and more space to the kitchen area.

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ShyAnn Jamison and LisaMarie Thomas being honored before the city council meeting. (Submitted photo-city of St. Joseph)
ShyAnn Jamison and LisaMarie Thomas being honored before the city council meeting. (Submitted photo-city of St. Joseph)
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St. Joseph City Officials: 4-Year-Old Girl Saved Apartment Building

St. Joseph recognized a four-year-old girl who they say saved an apartment from being burned down.The incident happened back on February 24th. St. Joseph Police Chief Joel Klein says a grease fire started in the apartment with 4-year-old ShyAnn Jamison inside.

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Photo by WJON.com's Joshua Akkerman
Photo by WJON.com's Joshua Akkerman
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Longtime Sauk Rapids Herald Owner/Editor Dies

The longtime owner of the Sauk Rapids Herald has died. Roland "Rollie" Doroff died unexpectedly at his home on Easter Sunday at the age of 81.

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Bingo Grows In Popularity Despite The Smoking Ban And The Recession
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UPDATE: St. Cloud Bingo Emporium Closed, Looking for New Location

The Bingo Emporium in St. Cloud has closed. The Bingo Emporium held their last bingo session at at 2820 1st Street South this past Saturday. Hall manager Bonnie Merkling says they lost their lease, because the building owner is taking over the space to expand his business.

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Cornelius Payton. Photo courtesy of the Stearns Couny Jail
Cornelius Payton. Photo courtesy of the Stearns Couny Jail
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Judge Convicts St. Cloud Man in Drug Deal Robbery

A St. Cloud man has been found guilty on all five felony counts against him after a drug sale robbery and shooting last July.

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Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images
Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images
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Granite City Sports Podcast- Tuesday, April 7th

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. Tuesday's guests included John Focke from the Minnesota Timberwolves and Andy Rennecke of the St. Cloud Times.

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Category: Audio, Sports
Residence have address concerns at the intersection of 4th Avenue and Dewey Street in downtown Foley. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Residence have address concerns at the intersection of 4th Avenue and Dewey Street in downtown Foley. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Foley Task Force To Draw Up Plans For Future of Downtown [VIDEO]

A task force group will meet tomorrow (Thursday) to come up with the framework on how to better shape downtown Foley. Early plans have begun to take shape at looking at the long range future of downtown Foley.

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Dan DeBaun, WJON
Dan DeBaun, WJON
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Join The Club: Watercolor Creations With Whitney Senior Center Silver Brushes Group

For several years now, a group of about a dozen watercolor painters have been meeting at the St. Cloud Whitney Senior Center to take part in the Silver Brushes group. Sandy Piano is one of the founders of the group and says painting in a group keeps it much more social and fun.

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Photo by Dan DeBaun-WJON News
Photo by Dan DeBaun-WJON News
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Foley City Council Approves PUD On Kampa Meadows Development

A Foley housing development has received final approval to better accommodate housing on some vacant lots. Kampa Meadows has been looking to convert its 6 twin home lots into 3 single family lots to make the area more marketable.

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Andre Kidd, Benjamin Lenoir, Stearns County Jail
Andre Kidd, Benjamin Lenoir, Stearns County Jail
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Co-Defendant in St. Cloud Home Invasion Reaches Plea Deal

The jury trial for a man accused in a home break-in, robbery and assault has been canceled after he agreed to a plea agreement.

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