Here's a WJON FlashBriefing for June 23, 2017.

 

DUMP TRUCK CRASH -- A Howard Lake man was airlifted to a Twin Cities hospital after police say he ran a stop sign and crashed into a dump truck. 23-year-old Lucas Klages, taken to North Memorial in Robbinsdale.

MORE: http://wjon.com/man-airlifted-to-hospital-after-crash-involving-dump-truck/

 

CAMP RIPLEY CRASH -- Two military vehicles crashed Thursday night at Camp Ripley sending two people to the hospital. A military humvee veered into the other lane and struck a military supply truck. Two people in the humvee, taken to St. Gabriel's Hospital with unknown injuries.

MORE: http://wjon.com/two-hurt-in-crash-at-camp-ripley/

 

DOWNTOWN RECONSTRUCTION -- As the saying goes, "it'll be nice when it's finished." But for businesses in downtown St. Cloud's bar and entertainment district, a reconstruction project starting Monday will be challenging. Crews are closing 5th Avenue South from Division to St. Germain for amajor utility and road construction project through mid-September. You'll still be able to get to downtown businesses by foot.

MORE: http://wjon.com/downtown-st-cloud-street-to-close-until-autumn/

 

DAYTA MARKETING -- It's back to downtown St. Cloud for DAYTA Marketing. After spending three years in Waite Park, the company's setting-up shop at Henkemeyer Corners near Mathew Hall Lumber.

MORE: http://wjon.com/dayta-marketing-to-move-back-to-downtown-st-cloud/

 

FOOD FEST -- Twenty-three vendors are getting ready to feed thousands of people in Sauk Rapids' Municipal Park Saturday. Setting up for this year's Rapids River Days Food Fest. Saturday, 11-to-8.

MORE: http://wjon.com/around-the-town-sauk-rapids-gears-up-for-food-fest-video/