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SCSU Announces Keynote Speaker For Winter Institute

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12/24/2015 - 11:05 AM

SCSU Announces Keynote Speaker For Winter Institute

St. Cloud State University has announced the keynote speaker for their annual Winter Institute.

Civil engineer and transportation analyst David Levinson will address the institute at 2 p.m. on Thursday, February 19.

Levinson is an endowed chair at the University of Minnesota where he directs the Networks, Economics and Urban Systems Research Group. In addition, Levinson is a lead blogger for streets.mn, a blog about Minnesota land usage and transportation and he has authored and co-authored four books.

Levinson’s keynote address will wrap up the two day economic summit held at SCSU. The February 18 and 19 event is sponsored by the SCSU Department of Economics and the School of Public Affairs.

Minneapolis-Based Group Mixed Blood Theatre To Present Play African America

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01/21/2015 - 4:45 AM

Minneapolis-Based Group Mixed Blood Theatre To Present Play African America

St. Cloud State University’s Multicultural Student Services will be teaming with Minneapolis-based Mixed Blood Theatre to present the play African America Thursday afternoon at the Atwood Memorial Center.

The Drama written by Warren C. Bowles focuses on the appearance of a magical African who helps a biracial couple better understand the experiences of immigrants from Africa.

The free performance starts at 2 p.m. on Thursday, at the theater in the Atwood Memorial Center on the campus of St. Cloud State.
 

The College of Saint Benedict Overhauls Nursing Facility Through $2.5 Million Renovation

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01/20/2015 - 4:00 AM

The College of Saint Benedict is looking to help future nurses meet current and emerging health care demands with a $2.5 million renovation of their nursing facility.
 
Chair of the Nursing Department Carie Braun says the renovation will finally allow them to create a simulated learning space that is up-to-date and looks like a realistic working environment. Nursing students will be able to take advantage of a redesigned area with six simulation rooms that resemble actual patient care settings. The old setting resembled more of a hospital ward.
 
The renovated facility will be known as the Schoenecker Nursing Education Center and is expected to be completed by the start of fall semester, 2015.
 

 

The City Of St. Cloud Promotes Dog's Protection Law Enforcement

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01/19/2015 - 12:00 PM

The animal control division of the City of St. Cloud likes to updates people about dog’s protections.

News Director Mohammad Najafian has THIS AUDIO STORY.

Please click here for complete changes on the animal protection law since 1959. 

SCSU Alumnus Gives Generous Donation To Herberger Business School

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01/16/2015 - 11:20 AM

The St. Cloud State University Foundation received a generous gift of $25,000 from St. Cloud State alumni Byron “Bud” Bergren, for scholarships helping in the Herberger Business School.
 
Bergren graduated in the class of ’71 and majored in management at St. Cloud State. He spent most of his career in retail, most recently as the President and CEO of Bon-Ton Stores Inc., which operates more than 275 stores and owns chains including Herberger’s, Yonkers and others.
 
The Scholarship program will award one annual scholarship of $1,000 minimum, and also support junior and senior students in the Herberger Business School who show a financial need.
 

 

Three Vehicles Damaged In Accident at Washington Memorial Drive Tuesday Night

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01/16/2015 - 11:00 AM

Three cars were damaged as a result of a roll-over accident on the south side of St. Cloud Tuesday night.

St. Cloud Police Lieutenant Jeff Oxton says officers responded to a three car accident at the intersection of Washington Memorial Drive and University Drive South at 6:53 p.m. Oxton says the police investigation shows 50-year-old Debra Dee Jones of St. Cloud was driving her SUV eastbound on University Drive while making an attempt to turn onto northbound Washington Memorial Drive. Jones failed to yield and collided head on with a car attempting to pass the westbound intersection on University Drive on a green light.

As a result, the car driven by 39-year-old Anthony Wade Welvaert of St. Cloud rolled over on the right side of the vehicle and slid into another car stopped in the south lane of Washington Memorial Drive. Jones' car received severe damage, while Welvaert’s car had moderate damage. The third vehicle only had minor damage.

Oxton says Jones was cited for failing to yield at the right way, while Welvaert was cited for driving with a revoked license. Jones went to the St. Cloud hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

St. Joseph To Host The 23rd Annual Ice Bowl Tournament

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01/16/2015 - 10:00 AM

The 23rd Annual Ice Bowl Tournament is happening in Mill Stream Park in St. Joseph on Saturday.

A member of St. Cloud Disc Golf Club Cody Parson says participants play in harsh conditions for a great cause.

The registration for the event will start at 10:30 and end at 11:30 Saturday morning. The tournament is sponsored by Disc Golf Club. 

News director Mohammad Najafian has this AUDIO STORY.Participants who have taken part in the tournament in the past.

St. Cloud State University To Hold A Breakfast Honoring Martin Luther King

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01/14/2015 - 12:00 PM

The St. Cloud State University is holding a breakfast on the commemoration of Martin Luther King on January 19 at the Atwood Center.

The event features the keynote speaker Vernon Jordan and gospel singer Yolanda Adam. Community Anti Racism leadership team member Debra Leigh comments about the event.

News director Mohammad Najafian has this AUDIO STORY. 

 

 

Visual Artist Trevor Paglen To Visit St. Cloud State University

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01/13/2015 - 1:00 AM

Trevor Paglen, a visual artist and author will be visiting St. Cloud State University to discuss his works at the Atwood Memorial Center Theatre.

Paglen’s work focuses on blurring the lines between science, contemporary art and other disciplines to construct an unfamiliar, yet meticulously researched, ways to see and interpret the world.
 
His works have been exhibited in many places around the world including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Tate Modern in London and the Walker Arts Center in Minneapolis.
 
Trevor Paglen's presentation will be in the Atwood Memorial Center Theatre on Monday, January 26th at 7 p.m.   
 
 

Award Winning Storyteller Returns To SCSU To Perform As Charles Darwin

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01/13/2015 - 12:30 PM

Award winning storyteller Brian “Fox” Ellis will return to St. Cloud State University in early February to help celebrate Charles Darwin’s birthday.

Ellis will perform “Charles Darwin and His Revolutionary Idea” the performance will see Ellis recreate an evening at London’s Royal Geological Society with Darwin shortly after the naturalist’s famous journey on the HMS Beagle.

Ellis has been touring the world telling stories and researching his subjects since 1980. In October Ellis performed as Edgar Allen Poe to a standing-room only crowd in the Miller Center Library.
 
“Charles Darwin and His Revolutionary Idea” will be performed at the Miller Center Library on the SCSU campus February 11 at 4:30 p.m. and February 12 at 7 p.m.
 

St. Cloud Bridge Was Temporarily Closed After Multi-Vehicle Accident

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01/13/2015 - 12:00 PM

A series of 10 vehicle accidents closed the Highway 23 Bridge in St. Cloud Tuesday morning.

St. Cloud Police Lieutenant Jeff Oxton says officers responded to a multiple car accident near the center of Granite City Crossing Bridge at 6:53 a.m.

Their investigation shows 25-year-old Alberto Zamora of St. Cloud was driving a pickup heading westbound across the bridge and lost the control of his vehicle, crossed the median and hit a sedan driven by 55-year-old Lynn Marie Kampa of St. Cloud. Both were taken to St. Cloud Hospital.

Two other vehicles traveling eastbound struck each other as a result of the first accident. One of the drivers, 24-year-old Kelli Ann Mrozek of Waite Park, received serious injuries and was taken to the St. Cloud Hospital.

Oxton says another six other cars were involved in separate accidents due to the initial crash on the bridge. No injuries were reported in any of the other accidents. He adds the road conditions were very slippery at the time.

Oxton says Zamora was cited under a state law which requires every driver to be responsible and aware of the actual and potential hazards then existing on the highway and must use due care in operating a vehicle.

The Metro Bus had a bus on site to provide a warm place for people involved in the accidents during the hour-long investigation and clean up.

Cold Weather Is Heading Out, For Now

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01/13/2015 - 11:00 AM

The coldest temperature of this winter hit the central Minnesota Tuesday morning.

The St. Cloud area reported temperatures in the -20 degree range, the coldest reading since March of 2014. St. Cloud State University meteorology professor Bob Weisman is sharing good news however.

He says the temperature will rise quickly throughout the rest of this week. Weisman says the temperature will continue to warm up reaching highs from 30 to 35 degrees on Thursday and Friday with lots of sunshine in the weekend forecast.

St. Cloud Woman Faces Charges of Selling Marijuana

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01/09/2015 - 2:10 AM

A St. Cloud woman was arrested for allegedly selling marijuana on the south side of St. Cloud on Wednesday.

The Central Minnesota Violent Offender Task Force apprehended 37-year-old Tuanita Jones after undercover drug buys. On several occasions they were able to purchase marijuana at 3501 8th Street North from Jones.  That led the task force to get a search warrant in which they discovered more marijuana at the apartment where the she lives.

Jones is facing charges of 5th degree sale of a controlled substance. She was taken to the Stearns County Jail where she was booked and released. At the time of her arrest, two children were present and were taken to a relative residing in the nearby area.

The St. Cloud Police Department patrol unit assisted the task force in the arrest.

Organic Farmers Gather in St. Cloud for Conference

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01/09/2015 - 10:10 AM

ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) - Hundreds of organic farmers in Minnesota are gathering to network and learn about the latest trends in their industry.

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says the majority of organic producers in the state live in Stearns County, so St. Cloud will again host the state's organic conference Friday and Saturday.

About 650 Minnesota farmers were certified organic in 2010. Agricultural officials say the popularity of organic food has grown steadily and that's attracted more producers.

Conference coordinator Cassie Dahl tells the St. Cloud Times some of the conference workshops will cater to new farmers hoping to break into the industry. She says established producers can learn more about pest control methods, organic food processing or tax and market planning.  

Two St. Cloud Men Arrested And Face Charges of Distributing Crack Cocaine

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01/08/2015 - 2:00 AM

Two St. Cloud Men Arrested And Face Charges of Distributing Crack Cocaine

Two St. Cloud men were arrested on charges of distributing crack cocaine in St. Cloud on Tuesday.

The Central Minnesota Violent Offender Task Force arrested 22-year-old Martell Burson and 22-year-old Darius Jackson of St. Cloud in connection with the distribution of crack cocaine. A media release from the task force says they received information about Burson selling drugs at the Coborn's store located on Cooper Avenue South.

Undercover investigators set up an active surveillance of Burson and observed him conducting a sale. They saw him arriving at the store and selling a certain amount of the drug. He then got into a vehicle and left the scene, but investigators and a uniformed officer stopped the vehicle at the intersection of University Drive and Roosevelt Road. Five individuals were inside the vehicle at the time, all of whom were temporarily detained.

Burson was arrested on charges of 3rd degree sale of crack cocaine. Officers also detained Jackson under previous charges of possession of controlled substance. Both Burson and Jackson were booked to the Stearns County Jail. In addition to crack cocaine found in the vehicle, officers found a bag of crack cocaine hidden in the cavities of Burson’s body upon his arrival at the jail. He took out the bag and threw it striking the correctional officer. Police say Jackson also had crack cocaine on his body and faces additional charges of introducing contraband to a correctional facility.

Additional charges of 4th degree assault against a correctional officer, 1st degree possession of controlled substances and possible charges of bringing illegal drug to a correctional facility are expected against Burson. Jackson is facing charges of 3rd degree possession with purpose of selling crack cocaine and possible charges of introducing illegal drug to a correctional facility.

The St. Cloud Police Department K-9 unit assisted the Central Minnesota Violent Offender Task Force.

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