CentraCare has released a statement addressing a recent rumor that hundreds of St. Cloud Hospital crucifixes have been damaged by Muslim families. The Facebook/blog post has been circulating claims that hundreds of crucifixes have been defaced at St. Cloud Hospital.
With temps forecast to be in the 90's the next few days, health experts are reminding us to drink plenty of water, avoid the sun if possible and take numerous breaks. Always wear sunscreen, wear light-colored clothing and consider wearing a wide-brimmed hat.
Gerry Keymer is no stranger to volunteering besides hosting bingo nights at Ridgeview Place in Sauk Rapids and helping out with a children's reading program at the Eastside Boys and Girls Club. He is also a Step Force Volunteer at the St. Cloud Hospital.
A report by the Minnesota Department of Health says accidents and errors led to one death and 10 serious injuries at St. Cloud Hospital during a one year period ending in October. St. Cloud Hospital reported 20 adverse health events, 10 of which involved serious injury, from October 2014-October 201…
A community leader is speaking out saying most Somali Muslims and people of other faiths have no issue with crucifixes and religious signs in St. Cloud Hospital. The story detailed how St. Cloud Hospital will take down crucifixes from patient rooms if it's requested.