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Lake George will be open for ice skating on Friday. Its warming shelter, at 425 East Lake Blvd., will also open Friday.
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HealthPartners is recognizing several clinics in the St. Cloud area with Performance Awards as part of the HealthPartners' Partners in Excellence program.
While the area's recent snow storm has subsided there's still danger lurking on Central Minnesota roads.
Each year, Junior Achievement in the St. Cloud area partners with community volunteers to deliver programs to more than 28 local schools in 275 classrooms.
ST. CLOUD, Minn. - An effort to clear a national backlog of veterans benefits claims is making things worse in Minnesota.
A 19-year-old college student is in critical condition after being found unconscious and suffering from hypothermia on the porch of a Duluth home.
"One of my earliest memories," he said, "is of performing at state fair talent shows with my little sister.
Stacy Pederson and Jennifer Walker spoke to the St. Cloud Kiwanis Club about the services provided by the Supportive Housing for Youth Program .
On Nov. 22, LEAF presented a check for $18,876 to District 742 from the Fund-A-Need auction of the 2013 Learning Renaissance.
A few of the need-to-have items inside a school classroom include desks, whiteboards, lighting and most recently, wireless Internet.
After decades of service as a nursing home and more recently converted an assisted living facility, the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society -Lafayette will close its doors at the end of December.
St. Cloud's River's Edge Convention Center once again turned into one of the largest kennels in the city as the Granite City Kennel Club hosted its annual dog show Saturday and Sunday.
I am responding to the Monday Times Writers Group column "Wealthy people holding up beneficial Coldspring plans."
The Dec. 1 front-page Times news report "Pay isn't driving force for Central Minnesota's firefighters" not only highlighted the dedication of paid, on-call firefighters, but more importantly it reiterates a well-known challenge facing the metro communities that rely on these professionals.
Good morning, St. Cloud area. The Minnesota Supreme Court delivered some good news last week with a ruling permanently allowing cameras and other electronic equipment in courtrooms for certain civil proceedings.