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Named after Saint Cloud France Saint Cloud MN is located 65 miles from Minneapolis-St. Paul. The Winnebago Native American tribe originally inhabited Saint Cloud. The Mississippi River flows through the city, which also encompasses 95 parks. Some scenes from the movie The Mighty Ducks were filmed in the city as well. Attractions in the city include The Paramount Theater and Visual Arts Center, originally constructed in 1921, and the St. Cloud Central Business District, a Nationally Registered Historic Place.
Local Newspapers: The St. Cloud Times Courier
Local Sports Teams: The Huskies (Division I Hockey)
Local Colleges: State UniversitySaint Cloud State University, Rasmussen College
Zip Codes associated with saint cloud, minnesota: 56301, 56303, 56304, 56338
Towns/Cities near saint cloud, minnesota : Waite Park, Sauk Rapids, Sartell, Clearwater, St Joseph
On Tuesday morning, federal agents with the US Fish and Wildlife service entered a restaurant in St Cloud, Minnesota, and arrested Yiwei Zheng, 42, a philosophy professor at St Cloud State University. Zheng, a naturalized US citizen who grew up in Shanghai, is being charged with smuggling elephant ivory and rhinoceros horn out of the US and into China from 2006 to at least 2011, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports.Youth winner shows 'uncommon maturity,' drive to help
Youth winner shows 'uncommon maturity,' drive to help Charity Modi loves to work with kids, learn new things and nurture her Sudanese heritage Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/2015/03/30/youth-winner-shows-uncommon-maturity-drive-help/70691084/ Charity Modi smiles outside the Southside Boys and Girls Club on March 6 in St. Cloud. Modi was named Youth of the Year by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Minnesota.Brew Review: Beaver Island Brewing 'Union Suit'
The taproom is now open at Beaver Island Brewing Co ! In the spirit of drinking local and supporting businesses here in the St. Cloud community, I went over Friday for an end of the week brew and to check out the new location. It's awesome.Mediation could be key to curbing school suspensions
Mediation could be key to curbing school suspensions Conflict Resolution Center pilot program at South Junior High School gets underway Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/2015/03/29/mediation-key-curbing-school-suspensions/70644734/ Callie Schroeder discusses a conflict mediation session March 23 before students arrive in the South Junior High School office. Schroeder, right, and fellow St. Cloud State University volunteers from the Conflict Resolution Center, Marissa Martin, center, and Britta Brolin, back, are all seniors studying relational communication studies.Somali elders learn mediation to integrate community
Somali elders learn mediation to integrate community Group ended training the same week as Tech protests - a problem they hope to prevent Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/2015/03/28/somali-elders-learn-mediation-integrate-community/70606176/ Karmit Bulmar, executive director of the Conflict Resolution Center in Minneapolis, and Jeff Ringer, chair of the Communications Department at St. Cloud State University, do a role-playing exercise with Bashir Budul during a mediator training session at SCSU on March 21. In three chairs - one in the middle, two facing each other - sit a middle-aged Somali man playing a 20-something college student, a St. Cloud State communications professor playing an elderly neighbor and a Conflict Resolution Center director playing a mediator.Big D Named New APD/Morning Show Personality At KPLV
Big D will join KPLV-FM from CHR KDWB -FM/Minneapolis, where he will continue to serve as an evening personality until a replacement is hired. He will also continue on-air duties at other iHeartMedia stations across the country including WZEE -FM/Madison, KAJA -FM/San Antonio and WQEN -FM/Birmingham.Roosevelt University names new president
Roosevelt University's board of trustees Thursday elected Ali R. Malekzadeh, dean of the College of Business Administration at Kansas State University, as Roosevelt's sixth president. Malekzadeh will succeed Charles R. Middleton, who's retiring June 30 after 50 years in higher education, including 13 years as Roosevelt's president.People make their way through a jobs fair for the East African...
St. Cloud business leaders learn about Somali workforce The Language Bank's Abdul Kulane addressed the business community about Somali culture Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/money/2015/03/26/st-cloud-business-leaders-learn-somali-workforce/70500756/ People make their way through a jobs fair for the East African community Thursday at the Tuscan Center in St. Cloud. Members of the St. Cloud business community had the opportunity to learn about Somali culture and workforce at Thursday's East African Presentation and Job Fair.Stearns, MPCA settle lawsuit over stormwater
Stearns, MPCA settle lawsuit over stormwater Neither the county nor the contractor admits any wrongdoing Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/2015/03/26/stearns-mpca-settle-lawsuit-stormwater/70508990/ The 2011 construction project on the Veterans Drive project near the Sauk River was the subject of a lawsuit between Stearns County and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency over stormwater runoff. Stearns County has agreed to settle a lengthy lawsuit with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency over charges that it failed to protect the Sauk River from polluted stormwater during a major road project.The Weekender: Steve-O, Adrian Washington, C. Willi Myles, and More
The Weekender is full of comedians. Steve-O, Adrian Washington, and C. Willi Myles will all be performing this Saturday in St. Cloud.State: Drug-making St. Cloud teen sets house ablaze, says 'I just killed my grandma'
Police in St. Cloud say a house fire in late November that claimed the life of an 85-year-old resident is tied to marijuana wax production, and her grandson bears much of the blame. It's called marijuana wax, among other things on the street, and authorities are blaming this increasingly popular and highly concentrated form of the drug for the fiery death of a great-grandmother in St. Cloud and nonfatal overdoses in Duluth.Illegal for now, gun suppressors stay contentious
Illegal for now, gun suppressors stay contentious The debate is about safety, money, hearing or murder - depending on perspective Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/2015/03/25/illegal-now-gun-suppressors-stay-contentious/70459038/ Andrew Rothman, president of the Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance, holds up a gun suppressor March 12 before a House Public Safety committee in St. Paul. The bill faces stiff opposition in the state Senate and governor's office, according to the Minnesota Sheriffs' Association.St. Cloud: Woman's fire death blamed on 'marijuana wax' operation
House Ways and Means Committee chair Jim Knoblach explains the House Republican budget proposal Tuesday, March 24, 2015, as House Speaker Kurt Daudt and House Majority Leader Joyce Peppin look on. Their spending targets unveiled Tuesday for the 2016-17 budget are about $600 million more than the 2014-15 budget, with some areas increased significantly and others trimmed.15-year-old Accused of Shooting St. Cloud Man, Complaint says
A 15-year-boy is believed to have shot St. Cloud man found dead in Onamia March 2, according to court documents in Milles Lacs County District Court. The 15-year-boy, who is not named because of his age, and two adults are suspected in the death of Jason Carl Stoltz, 39, of St. Cloud.GOP pushes plan to fund roads without raising gas tax
GOP pushes plan to fund roads without raising gas tax The GOP plan would spend $7 billion on roads and bridges in the next 10 years Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/2015/03/23/gop-pushes-plan-fund-roads-without-raising-gas-tax/70341294/ Sen. John Pederson, Republican lead on the Senate transportation committee, and Rep. Jeff Howe unveiled the Republicans' $7 billion road and bridge plan Monday at Spee-Dee Delivery Services Inc. in St. Cloud. Republican legislators unveiled their transportation plan Monday, which would spend $7 billion on roads and bridges in the next 10 years but doesn't raise the gas tax.Next 25 Articles
ST. CLOUD, Minn. - Tensions remain high in St. Cloud following a walkout and protest by Somali students alleging a pattern of bullying and discrimination against them.