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Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Sauk Rapids Treatment Facility Fined After Baby’s Death

The state has fined a Sauk Rapids residential treatment facility after a baby died there in 2011.

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Getty Images
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Sauk Rapids-Rice School District Receives $134k Technology Grant [AUDIO]

Students at Sauk Rapids-Rice High School will have access to laptops and tablets next school year. It's part of the school board's strategic plan to increase digital literacy.

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Benton County Jail Photo
Benton County Jail Photo
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Sauk Rapids Man Arrested for Alleged DWI and Hit and Run

A Sauk Rapids man was arrested on Saturday for allegedly driving while intoxicated and striking a vehicle.

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Dan DeBaun, WJON News
Dan DeBaun, WJON News
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Canoeists Seeking to Break Mississippi River Speed Record Go Through Central Minnesota [VIDEO]

Four men from Michigan were in the Sauk Rapids-St. Cloud area on Thursday attempting to break the all time speed record for paddling the Mississippi River by canoe.

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Sauk Rapids Police Asking For Help From the Public With Recent Break-Ins

The Sauk Rapids Police Department is asking for help from the public in regards to a recent string of break-ins in the area.

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Sauk Rapids Police Arrest Suspicious Person After Chase

Sauk Rapids Police arrested a man on Thursday morning after a caller reported a suspicious person in an area where several unsolved burglaries have recently happened.

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Sauk Rapids Shamrock Shuffle
Dan DeBaun, WJON News
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Runners Dress Up in Green to Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day During Shamrock Shuffle [VIDEO]

There was no shortage of green in Sauk Rapids on Saturday as runners decked out in Saint Patrick's Day gear raced in the annual Shamrock Shuffle.

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The ladder inside the Sauk Rapids water tower that leads 170 feet up to the top. (PHOTO: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
The ladder inside the Sauk Rapids water tower that leads 170 feet up to the top. (PHOTO: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Behind the Scenes: Thousands of Gallons Stored in City Water Towers [VIDEO]

Standing anywhere from 150 to 200 feet tall, the water towers in the area provide water pressure for the cities they serve.

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(PHOTO: Youtube)
(PHOTO: Youtube)
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Sauk Rapids Man Claims Win Over National Security Agency

Federal authorities have dropped an attempt to block a Minnesota man from marketing merchandise poking fun at the National Security Agency for its surveillance of citizens.

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D. Overlund
D. Overlund
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Local Boys Hockey Section Playoff Matchups Announced

Local boys hockey teams learned their playoff fates on Wednesday afternoon.

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