The Becker city council is shaking things up at the Pebble Creek Golf Course, if an effort to turn things around at the city-owned course. Councilwoman Lori Keller was on WJON today (Friday), giving a different viewpoint from Becker Mayor Lefty Kleis, who was on WJON last week.
A former printing plant building in east St. Cloud has a new owner, and now they're trying to attract a new tenant. A St. Cloud area partnership group known as Bocal LLC bought the former Quad/Graphics building at 660 Mayhew Lake Road.
A St. Cloud man is facing charges after an allegedly threatening another man with a knife. St. Cloud police say the incident happened just before 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday in the 10 block of 20th Avenue South.
Despite all of our recent rains the U.S. Drought Monitor says much of Minnesota is still in a drought. The northern parts of Stearns and Benton counties, and a large area north of us are listed as in a "moderate drought".
The battle over education for four-year-olds has both sides digging in their heals. Governor Mark Dayton has vetoed the Education bill, because it didn't include funding for statewide all-day Pre-K. Republican Jim Knoblach is the chair of the House Ways and Means Committee. He says that's just not going to happen.
A northern Minnesota city council member is dreaming big. Proctor councilman Travis White wants to attract an NFL franchise to the Twin Ports area. White introduced two resolutions during last (Monday) night's Proctor city council meeting, one asked for city support for the idea and the other is for city support for building an outdoor stadium in the region.
St. Cloud area lawmakers react to the just-ended 2015 State Legislative Session. State lawmakers are waiting to see if Governor Mark Dayton follows through with his threat to veto the education funding bill.
The National Weather Service has issued a Frost Advisory for much of central Minnesota early Wednesday morning. The Advisory will be in effect from 1:00 a.m. until 7:00 a.m. and includes: Stearns, Benton, Sherburn, Morrison and Todd Counties.
Residents of the Northeast St. Cloud neighborhood have been asking for a Railroad Quiet Zone for years, and now they're one step closer to getting their wish.
The St. Cloud City Council approved a Quiet Zone this (Monday) evening for the crossing at 4 1/2 Street Northeast.
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