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New Law Soon To Require Farmers To Add 50-Foot Buffer Between Crops and Public Lakes

A new state law is waiting for Governor Dayton's approval which will require farmers to install a 50-foot buffer between their crops and public lakes, streams and ditches. A conservation buffer is an area of permanent vegetation that helps control pollutants and manage other environmental concerns before they hit the water.

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Endurance Shop manager Paul Greenwood explains the difference between running shoes. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON)
Endurance Shop manager Paul Greenwood explains the difference between running shoes. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON)
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Fitness Friday: Finding The Right Fit For Your Running Needs [VIDEO]

This week in our "Fitness Friday" series on WJON, we lace up our running shoes at the Endurance Shop. With the Spring and Summer weather upon us, we see more runners on our streets and trails. However, there is a few things new runners should think about before starting out.

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St. Cloud School Board Looks to Fill Open Seat Left by Harner

The St. Cloud area school board is starting the process of filling an empty seat left by Cindy Harner. Harner was arrested on May 13th on suspicion of 4th degree DWI and 3rd Degree Test Refusal. There will be an open application process for the open seat.

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St. Cloud School District Approves 2015-2016 Budget

The St. Cloud Area School District approved their 2015-2016 budget on Thursday night. The overall budget, including food services, community services, building construction, debt service and dental and health insurance, totals $185 million for 2015-2016.

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St. Cloud School Board Approves 5-Cent Increase on School Lunches

School lunch prices will be slightly more expensive starting in the 2015-2016 school year. Lunches will cost 5-cents more. Elementary lunches will cost $2.55, secondary lunches would go up to $2.75 and Adult lunches will be $3.90. State and Federal law requires schools to charge a minimum weighted average price for paid lunches.

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James Anderle and Eric Sargent-Lupine Brewing Co. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
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Lupine Brewing Expanding, Opening Taproom in Delano

The Lupine Brewing Company in St. Cloud is expanding its reach by opening a taproom in Delano this summer. Lupine started operating late last year and brews out of the former O'Hara's building at 3310 Third Street North. Their beers are available at local bars and restaurants.

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