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Cathedral Pumpkin Carving
Cathedral Art Club Students Carve Their Pumpkins (Dan DeBaun, WJON News)
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Cathedral Art Club Students Carve Up Unique Pumpkins [VIDEO]

Dozens of art club students at Cathedral High School got into the Halloween Spirit by carving up some unique pumpkins today.

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Kids Speak; 11th Graders at Cathedral High School [AUDIO]

WJON's Kids Speak segment this week focused on current events and random questions of St. Cloud Cathedral 11th graders. Jay Caldwell talked with the Juniors. Listen to the conversations below.

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Four Cathedral Students To Audition For ‘America’s Got Talent’ [Audio, Video]

Four Cathedral High School students will be on their way to Chicago this weekend (Jan. 8th) to audition for the well-known television show, 'America's Got Talent Season Eight.'

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Kids Speak on WJON [AUDIO]

WJON's "Kids Speak" program aired on the "Morning Newswatch" Wednesday January 9. Jay Caldwell spoke with 7th and 8th grade students at Cathedral High School.

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Canoeist Peter Marshall with a trip photo (Photo by Abby Faulkner)
Canoeist Peter Marshall with a trip photo (Photo by Abby Faulkner)
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Cathedral Graduates Share Memories of 2,600 Mile Canoe Trip [AUDIO]

Not many people can claim they've paddled a canoe 2,600 miles across North America, but a group of Cathedral High School graduates spent the past summer doing just that.

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Cathedral’s Burt to Play Basketball at Augustana

Cathedral senior point guard Joe Burt has signed his national letter of intent to play college basketball at Augustana College in the NSIC. The ceremony took play at Cathedral High School today where Burt signed his letter of intent and track and cross country star Gretz Danielson was honored about signing her letter of intent to attend North Dakota State.

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Photos by WJON.com's Lee Voss
Photos by WJON.com's Lee Voss
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Apollo Grads Received Diplomas Last Night; Tech, Cathedral Get Theirs Tonight

The 2011 graduates from St. Cloud Apollo High School went through their commencement ceremonies last (Thursday) night at the St. Cloud Civic Center. Tonight, the seniors from St. Cloud Technical High School get their diplomas at the Civic Center. St. Cloud's Cathedral High School also has their commencement tonight at their high school.

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Stars Of Cathedral High School’s “Guys and Dolls” Sing For WJON

Cathedral High schoolers are preparing for the opening night of "Guys and Dolls," and a few of them sang a few numbers in the WJON newsroom this morning.

The show kicks off this Friday, April 1st at 7pm, with shows on Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2pm

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