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New Deli Style-Pizza Spot “Sliced on College Avenue” Planned For St. Joseph

A new deli style-pizza shop is being planned in St. Joseph. Sliced on College Avenue will serve pizza and deli style American contemporary food. The project includes a late night pizza by the slice service window

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St. Joseph Considering Buying Former Kennedy Building for Community Center

The St. Joseph city council had a closed discussion on Monday night to discuss possibly buying the Colts Academy building for a community center. The former Kennedy School is at 124 1st Avenue Southeast. No action to was taken by the council during the closed meeting

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Residents speak their thoughts on a proposed outdoor aquatic center project in St. Joseph. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
Residents speak their thoughts on a proposed outdoor aquatic center project in St. Joseph. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
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Mixed Emotions Voiced on Proposed $6.1 Million St. Joseph Aquatic Center

A jam-packed room of people voiced their thoughts and opinions on a proposed $6.1 million outdoor aquatic center in St. Joseph. The proposed aquatic center includes a lazy river, lap pool, splash pool, zero depth entry pool, climbing wall and a zip line.

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Chantel and Cole Hawkins (and their daughters) enjoy the 1 millionth book delivered from the Imagination Library. (Photo: Dan DeBaun)
Chantel and Cole Hawkins (and their daughters) enjoy the 1 millionth book delivered from the Imagination Library. (Photo: Dan DeBaun)
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United Way Inspires Kids to Read 1 Million Times Over [VIDEO]

A St. Joseph family had a story book ending yesterday (Thursday) after receiving a special gift. It's always hard to put a good book down. United Way of Central Minnesota Imagination Library has been putting books in the hands of kids in the area since 2005.

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UPDATE: St. Joseph Police Identify Boy Killed in Alleged Hit and Run

Police have identified the five-year-old boy who was killed in an apparent hit and run in St. Joseph on Monday. Police were called to the 300 block of 1st Avenue Northwest just after 2:30 p.m. on Monday.

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ShyAnn Jamison and LisaMarie Thomas being honored before the city council meeting. (Submitted photo-city of St. Joseph)
ShyAnn Jamison and LisaMarie Thomas being honored before the city council meeting. (Submitted photo-city of St. Joseph)
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St. Joseph City Officials: 4-Year-Old Girl Saved Apartment Building

St. Joseph recognized a four-year-old girl who they say saved an apartment from being burned down.The incident happened back on February 24th. St. Joseph Police Chief Joel Klein says a grease fire started in the apartment with 4-year-old ShyAnn Jamison inside.

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Submitted Photo-Aaron Rieland
Submitted Photo-Aaron Rieland
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New Brewery Coming to Downtown St. Joseph

A new brewery is coming to downtown St. Joseph. Bad Habit Brewing Company will be moving into the Mill Stream Shops building at 15 East Minnesota Street.

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Potential St. Joseph Aquatic Center (City of St. Joseph)
Potential St. Joseph Aquatic Center (City of St. Joseph)
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St. Joseph Takes Step Towards $6.1 Million Aquatic Center Project

St. Joseph is taking the next step towards a proposed $6.1 million outdoor aquatic center project. The proposed project includes a lazy river, lap pool, splash pool, zero depth entry pool, climbing wall and a zip line.

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Crews work to remove the Welcome to St. Joseph sign. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
Crews work to remove the Welcome to St. Joseph sign. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
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Welcome to St. Joseph Sign Removed, Put Into Storage

The Welcome to St. Joseph sign was removed on Thursday afternoon. In December, a request was sent to the city by property owner Mike Deutz to remove the sign.

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Dan DeBaun, WJON News
Dan DeBaun, WJON News
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St. Joseph Approves Financing for New Credit Union Building

St. Joseph has approved financing for a new Central Minnesota Credit Union office building. City administrator Judy Weyrens says the council approved $125,000 in tax financing to help fill a shortage in the project on Monday night.

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