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St. Cloud Middle School Students Get iPads

All middle school students in the St. Cloud area school district now have iPads to use in and outside of the classroom.

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Area Girl Scouts Going Digital For Cookie Sales [AUDIO]

Some area Girl Scouts are planning to go digital to sell you cookies in a few months.

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(Photo: Jim Maurice, WJON)
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Laptops Given to All Sauk Rapids-Rice High School Students [AUDIO]

Every student at the Sauk Rapids-Rice High School now has a laptop to use for their classwork.

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Sauk Rapids-Rice High School Giving Each Student Laptop by December

Sauk Rapids-Rice High School is in the process of giving each of its students a laptop to use for class.

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St. Cloud State Visitors Can Now Pay for Parking on Smartphone [AUDIO]

St. Cloud State students and visitors have the option to pay for parking with their mobile phone this year.

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Sauk Rapids School District to Discuss Proposed Tech Fee [AUDIO]

The Sauk Rapids-Rice School District has scheduled a public hearing on Monday night to discuss a proposed technology fee.

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Great River Regional Library. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Great River Regional Library. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Survey Shows Importance of Computers at Great River Regional Library

A recent impact survey conducted at the Great River Regional Library in April shows that library tecnology services are a key public access point for information.

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PCs For People Gives Away Free Computers to Low-Income Families in St. Cloud [VIDEO]

A Minnesota non-profit group PCs For People gave away free computers to low-income families in St. Cloud on Friday.

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Books being sorted by "Wally" (Dan DeBaun, WJON News)
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Behind The Scenes – Technology and Staff Combine to Serve The Public at St. Cloud Library [VIDEO]

When you return an item to the St. Cloud Library you probably don’t think too much about how it makes it back on to the shelves, but a large amount of technology and work goes on behind the scenes to ensure the library is running at its best.

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Sartell middle school student shows off her class project. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Sartell middle school student shows off her class project. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Sartell Students Demonstrate Class Technology Projects To Community [VIDEO]

Sartell Middle School students became the teachers for the community last night (Tuesday) with the Education Done Differently event.

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