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5-year-Old Missing for a Week – on ‘This Date In Central Minnesota History’

Tommy was from Montana. He and his family were visiting O’Rourke relatives in Foley, Minnesota in the fall of 1890. On Saturday, September 27th, the men of his family were harvesting some fields near the O’Rourke home.

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Stearns History Museum archives
Stearns History Museum archives
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Minnesota Amateur Baseball Museum Opened – on ‘This Date In Central Minnesota History’

On this date in 1992, the Minnesota Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame Museum opened, allowing its guests to experience the sport that has been a large part of our culture from the beginning.

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Abby Faulkner
Abby Faulkner
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How Much are your Antiques Worth? Find Out Tonight in Melrose

The very popular Antique Treasure Roadshow is back. The Stearns History Museum and Melrose Area Historical Society will host the event tonight (Monday) beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the basement of the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Melrose.

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Abby Faulkner
Abby Faulkner
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National Magazine Sponsoring Free Admission to Stearns History Museum Tomorrow

Subscribers to Smithsonian magazine can go to the Stearns History Museum for free tomorrow.

It's "Museum Day" at museums all over the country, sponsored by Smithsonian Magazine, and the Stearns History Museum is participating.

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Everett School (Stearns History Museum)
Everett School (Stearns History Museum)
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St. Cloud’s First Public School Opened – On ‘This Date In Central Minnesota History’

The first public school was opened in this building on Monday, September 20, 1858, with M.P. Noel as teacher. Thirty-three students enrolled and the school was supported entirely by taxes levied on residents of St. Cloud.

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SCSU's Old Main building in 1908 (Stearns History Museum)
SCSU's Old Main building in 1908 (Stearns History Museum)
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St. Cloud Normal School Opens on This Date in Central Minnesota History

The Third State Normal School -- the St. Cloud Normal School (preceded by schools in Winona and Mankato) opened on this day, September 13th, 1869.

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Stearns History Museum archives
Stearns History Museum archives
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Reker Sisters Went Missing – On ‘This Date In Central Minnesota History’

Susanne and Mary Reker went missing; they were found 26 days later murdered in Quarry Park. Today, police still don’t know who murdered these two girls. They believe the killer or killers may be from the local area.

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St. Cloud Area Had A Good Summer For Tourism [AUDIO]

With this being the Labor Day Holiday weekend, the summer tourism season is coming to an end. Julie Lunning is the Executive Director of the St. Cloud Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. She says overall it was a good summer for tourism in the area.

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Stearns County Courthouse (Stearns History Museum)
Stearns County Courthouse (Stearns History Museum)
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Stearns County Courthouse Dedicated – On ‘This Date In Central Minnesota History’

On September 1, 1922, St. Cloud’s new architectural masterpiece was ready to open as “A Landmark of Civic Progress and a Memorial to Sturdy Pioneers.”

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Dedication Ceremony in 1973 (Stearns History Museum)
Dedication Ceremony in 1973 (Stearns History Museum)
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The Large Granite Boulders In Downtown St. Cloud Were Dedicated – On ‘This Date In Central Minnesota History’

We have all seen the three large boulders on St. Germain Street in front of Herberger’s store. Have you stopped to admire this piece of art and wondered what the story is behind it? This 32 ton sculpture is called “Granite Trio” and was dedicated on this day back in 1973.

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