Did Governor Walz Admit Emergency Powers Did Nothing To Protect People?
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz said there is "no correlation" between his use of emergency powers and protecting people during the pandemic Wednesday when asked whether or not he plans to use emergency powers in an attempt to curb what the state says is an 'alarming' rise in COVID cases.
Christmas Decorations Are Going Up In St. Cloud Wednesday
We are still over a week away from Thanksgiving but that isn't stopping the City of St. Cloud from putting up its Christmas decorations in the downtown area on Wednesday.
GLOW Holiday Festival Lights Up Minnesota State Fairgrounds [GALLERY]
Tis the season for the Minnesota State Fairgrounds to transform into a winter wonderland for the annual GLOW Holiday Festival. The event features over a million Christmas lights spread out over a large chunk of the expansive grounds, along with other winter-themed attractions.
Minnesota Town Bans Kids From Using Chalk On Sidewalks
The town of Anoka has passed an ordinance that makes it illegal for kids to draw on city sidewalks with chalk. According to the Star Tribune, any kid who dares to draw a hopscotch board is now breaking the law.
[OPINION] What Is The Point Of The Extra Lane Between Clearwater And Nowhere?
No matter how many lanes you add to the road, there will still be a guy going 71 in the far left lane. There will still be the person who needs to weave all three lanes to go 97 mph, there will still be the two trucks blocking two lanes going the exact same speed.
SCSU Men’s Basketball Set To Open At Home Friday
The St. Cloud State University men's basketball team will open its season Friday night at home against Ouachita University. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. The Huskies finished an abbreviated 2020-21 season with an 8-9 overall record and made the NSIC Tournament...