Even Heroes Need Help: St. Cloud Hosts Inaugural Conference to Support First Responders

Even Heroes Need Help: St. Cloud Hosts Inaugural Conference to Support First Responders

The risks of being a first responder seem obvious: running towards danger is the job. Yet in 2018, more police and firefighters died at their own hands than in the line of duty. PTSD and depression rates among police and firefighters are up to five times higher than...
NEIGHBOR TO KNOW: Why Graham Litterst Loves Teaching in St. Cloud

NEIGHBOR TO KNOW: Why Graham Litterst Loves Teaching in St. Cloud

Graham Litterst, English language teacher at South Junior High School, wanted to stay as far away from teaching as he could. Both his parents were professors. His mother taught at St. Cloud State University and his father at the College of St. Benedict. Growing up, he...
St. Cloud Shines!

St. Cloud Shines!

By Sonja Gidlow Sonja Gidlow is the Investor Relations and Communications Director at the Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation. Those of us who live here already know about our region’s high quality of life – for individuals, families, businesses – for all....
ONLY IN ST. CLOUD: Grey Face Rescue Opens Area’s First Indoor Dog Park

ONLY IN ST. CLOUD: Grey Face Rescue Opens Area’s First Indoor Dog Park

They often say the best businesses are those created to solve one’s own problem. That was not only the case one time, but two times for 28-year-old, St. Cloud native Bethann Gondeck, or “Bethie” as she prefers. In early December, Bethie opened the area’s first private...