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How Work Mentors Can Make A Difference For Central MN Businesses
Do you have a work mentor? Some may say yes, while others have no idea what I'm referring to. Gail Cruikshank is the Talent Director for the Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation.
St. John’s Basketball Working On Another Memorable Season
St. John's basketball captured another MIAC regular season title by finishing the conference regular season 18-2. The Johnnies hold a 20-5 overall record as they get set to play Hamline in the MIAC tournament semifinals in Collegeville Thursday night at 7 p.m.
St. Cloud Area Will Be Well Represented at State Gymnastics Meet
Both the St. Cloud Crush and Melrose Area have qualified for the team gymnastics state meet. The team competition starts Friday with individuals Saturday. The Crush consists of Tech, Apollo, Cathedral and Sauk Rapids-Rice students.
St. Ben’s Basketball Marches On in MIAC Playoffs
The St. Ben's basketball team won at Bethel 72-69 in the MIAC women's basketball tournament quarterfinals Tuesday night. The Bennies were led by Carla Meyer with 22 points and Megan Morgan added 18 points for St. Ben's.
Boys Hockey Upsets; High School Sports Results 2/20
Boys Hockey: Section 8AA Quarterfinals St. Cloud 2, Roseau 1 (The Crush were outshot 43-10. St. Cloud improves to 11-14-1 and will play at Buffalo Saturday in the Section Semifinals) Buffalo-Annandale 2, Sartell-St. Stephen 0 (Sartell's season ends with an 18-7-1 record) Moorhead 4, Brainerd 1 Elk River-Zimmerman 3, Bemidji 1 Section 5A Quarterfinals Cathedral 10, Becker-Big Lake 0 (Cole Hwang ha
Car Dealerships Revisited; Sauk Rapids Edition
Oakland Pontiac was located at 2 Broadway Avenue North in Sauk Rapids. Broadway Avenue is now Benton Drive. Oakland Pontiac was located where Lost Times Tavern is now. Grabinski says that location used to be many things after it was a car dealership.
Sartell Boys Hockey Has Sights Set on a Section Title
The Sartell-St. Stephen boys hockey team has won 3 straight Central Lakes Conference championships and has their sights set on winning the Section 8-2-A title in 2024.
High School Sports Schedule Tuesday February 20
Boys Hockey: Section 8AA Quarterfinals #6 Buffalo-Annandale at #3 Sartell-St. Stephen #7 St. Cloud at #2 Roseau #8 Brainerd at #1 Moorhead #5 Bemidji at #4 Elk River-Zimmerman Section 5A Quarterfinals #8 Becker-Big Lake at #1 Cathedral #7 Sauk Rapids-Rice at #2 Monticello #5 Pine City at #4 River Lakes #6 Princeton at #3 Little Falls Boys Basketball: Sartell-St...
St. Cloud Area Car Dealerships Revisited; Part Two
In part I of WJON's St. Cloud area car dealership history tour we focused on downtown St. Cloud. We covered many but didn't get to all of them. This feature will look at more downtown St. Cloud dealerships. Local Historian Jim Grabinski joined me on WJON.
High School Sports Results Thursday February 15
Cathedral-Sartell finished 13th in the 2-day Nordic Ski State Event in Biwabik. A team from Cathedral-Sartell finished 11th out of 24 teams in the Sprint Relay race at the State Nordic Ski meet. Boys Hockey: Coon Rapids 5, St. Cloud 2 ...