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Photo: Ashli Gerdes
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Cold Spring City Council Wants To Close The Book On Police Chief Situation [AUDIO]

The Cold Spring Police Chief situation continues to be a consistent topic discussed at the city council meetings.

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Cold Spring Offers Top Cop Position To Minneota Police Chief [AUDIO]

The Cold Spring City Council unanimously selected their new police chief at last night's (Wednesday) meeting.

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Photo by Dan DeBaun-WJON News
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Foley Makes Interim Police Chief Permanent

The Foley City Council officially made Katie Lang their police chief yesterday.

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Cold Spring Offers Police Chief Settlement Deal

The Cold Spring City Council voted unanimously to strike a settlement deal with current Cold Spring-Richmond Police Chief, Phil Jones at Tuesday night's meeting.

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Chief, Big Lake Reach Resignation Settlement

The Sherburne County community of Big Lake will pay its police chief $160,000 to resign. Chief Sean Rifenberick's settlement includes a $143,000 payment, unused vacation time, his salary until June and full retirement benefits in several years.

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City of St. Cloud website
City of St. Cloud website
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St. Cloud Mayor Announces Police Chief Search Committee

St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis has announced the formation of a selection committee for the city's new police chief. The 13-member board will help recruit and select the finalists for the position left vacant by the retirement of Chief Dennis Ballantine.

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City of St. Cloud website
City of St. Cloud website
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Ballantine Gives Exit Interview on WJON

After 10 years of heading up the St. Cloud Police Department, Police Chief Dennis Ballantine calls it a career next week. Ballantine will retire as the Chief of Police Friday.

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St. Cloud Mayor Names Interim Police Chief

A 21-year veteran of the St. Cloud Police Department will take over as interim Police Chief later this month when current chief Dennis Ballantine retires.

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City of St. Cloud website
City of St. Cloud website
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St. Cloud Police Chief, Civic Facilities Director to Retire

St. Cloud is losing two of its department heads in the next two months. Police Chief Dennis Ballantine and Civic Facilities Director Lyle Mathiasen has announced he is retiring.

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Police Chief Reminds Parents Of Seniors About Social Host Ordinance

The Police Chief in St. Cloud wants to remind parents and guardians about St. Cloud's social host ordinance. The law, which was passed last year, makes it illegal for you to allow a gathering where underage people are drinking alcohol.

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