Jonathan Wong works in human rights and board chair of Jugaad leadership program for minority community.

Inspired Conversations on Race & Equity: St. Cloud's Jonathan Wong

Instead of moving to a more diverse city as many St. Cloud State graduates seem to do, Wong put down roots.
St. Cloud State coach Brett Larson has compiled a 63-32-9 record in three seasons with the Huskies.
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St. Cloud State men's hockey coach Larson gets 7-year contract extension

June 15
Frmer Minnesota Duluth assistant Brett Larson led the Huskies to their first NCAA Division I championship game in April. The extension runs through 2028.
No Good Candy will stock snacks popular in Chicago but hard to find in St. Cloud, such as Vitner’s chips and Kool-Aid pickles.

Chicago natives bring candy store, soul food truck to St. Cloud

June 10
The store is opening this summer on the ground floor of Radio City Music Mall downtown.
Alise Willoughby celebrates winning a silver medal in the women’s BMX at the 2016 Summer Olympics.

St. Cloud's Willoughby makes Olympic biking team; Bacon falls short

June 11
Thursday was a busy day for several Minnesota athletes trying to reach the Tokyo Olympics, with Alise Willoughby providing the highlight in BMX racing.
A memorial sits at the site in south St. Cloud where Keisa Marie Lange’s deceased body was found on June 3.

Four St. Cloud residents face second-degree murder charges

June 11
Officials say it is still unclear whether Keisa Marie Lange's death is related to another homicide.
Former President Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando on Feb. 28, 2021. A St. Cloud law firm is in turmoil a
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St. Cloud law firm targeted pro-Trump employees for firing, suit says

June 9
After the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, the lawsuit alleges, the law firm's president sought to fire employees he believed had made pro-Trump posts on social media.

Former corrections officer gets 120 days in jail for sexually assaulting inmate

June 9
The Foley man was also sentenced to seven years probation and must register as a sex offender.

Central Minnesota bars open despite owner's fight over pandemic restrictions

June 3
The Stearns County bar owner was one of 12 sued by the state for planning to open during the shutdown — and one of five with lawsuits still ongoing.

Second body in two days in St. Cloud declared a homicide

June 4
Authorities are investigating whether the death is connected to Wednesday's homicide.