St. Cloud's Granite City Days kicks off tomorrow (Thursday) with the 42nd annual Lemonade Concert and Art Fair. Over 240 artists will be selling a wide variety of hand-made arts and crafts, a Little Lemon’s Art Park for children, local musical and theatre acts, and various food vendors.
Our two-time defending National Campion Husky wrestling team is being honored by the Minnesota Twins. The team will be recognized by the Twins during a pre-game ceremony at Target Field tomorrow (Thursday).
Around 80 area high school and middle school students are receiving first hand experience working in the healthcare profession this week. The first-ever Scrubs Camp in St. Cloud is providing students entering grades 6-12, an opportunity to explore the many careers within the medical field.
Funeral arrangements have been set for St. Cloud State University President Earl Potter. Family and friends are invited to an interfaith gathering from 3:00 until 5:00 p.m. tomorrow (Friday) in the lobby of Herb Brooks National Hockey Center.
The President of St. Cloud State University has been killed in a car crash. The university released a statement on their website and on their Facebook page earlier this (Tuesday) morning saying that President Earl Potter has been killed in a crash.
The demolition of Holes Hall at St. Cloud State University will be getting underway in earnest this week. Dan Pederson is the Director of Residential Life. He says they've been doing a lot of interior demo work over the past couple of weeks.
You can expect to be able to enjoy a cold beer at all St. Cloud State University home hockey games next season. State Representative Tama Theis of St. Cloud says her bill to allow beer sales at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center passed yesterday (Sunday) afternoon.
The St. Cloud State University baseball team took on Minot State University in a doubleheader yesterday (Saturday) afternoon. St. Cloud State (38-8, 23-8 NSIC) ended its regular season with a 6-11 loss in game one and a 19-14 win in game two against Minot State (10-32, 7-22 NSIC).
How classes are taught and the information instructors cover in classes could be changing in the MnSCU school system. MnSCU officials are considering developing a system similar to the K-12 common core curriculum.