You can learn more about U.S.-China relations tonight (Thursday) with a "China Town Hall". The event is at St. Cloud Cathedral's Holy Angels Auditorium. It starts at 6:00 p.m. with a live webcast hosted by former President Jimmy Carter.
St. Cloud's Anne Schleper will begin her Olympic career this weekend. The opening ceremonies for the Sochi Olympics are tomorrow (Friday) at 11:00 a.m. our time. Then, the U.S. Women's Hockey team will see their first action.
The St. Cloud Cathedral baseball team lost their state semi final game this (Friday) afternoon. The Crusaders fell to Kasson-Mantorville 2-0 at Dick Putz Field in St. Cloud in the Class 2A State Semi Finals.
Dick McMorrow, a St. Cloud Cathedral teacher is being selected as a recipient of a J. William Fulbright Scholarship. He will travel to China to learn more about the county's history, culture, society and economy.
St. Cloud students are traveling to Minneapolis tomorrow for an international event. Students from St. Cloud area schools will be participating in the launch of a project aimed at inspiring civic engagement among youth.
The Cathedral boys soccer team lost 2-1 to St. Paul Academy and Summit School Monday afternoon at the Metrodome. Myles Hagen tied the game at 1 apiece at the 63:01 mark of the 2nd half before Peter Wood scored the game-winner for St. Paul Academy and Summit School.
The nation's largest pediatrician group says it's safe for healthy children and teenage athletes to play sports in hot, steamy weather as long as precautions are taken. St. Cloud Cathedral Activities Director Emmett Keenan says they educate their coaches and athletic trainers on the importance of staying hydrated and signs of heat exhaustion.
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