Townsquare Media St. Cloud News Reporter Jeff McMahon is a native of Niagara, North Dakota, and graduate of Minnesota State University – Moorhead. In addition to growing up on, and managing the family farm for more than four decades, he’s been around local radio since 1990. A coach at heart, he’s dabbled in high school and community theater directing, teaching, and (shudder) behind-the-wheel driving instruction. Jeff was named to “Who’s Who in American Agriculture” in 2011 and completed The Executive Program for Agricultural Producers (Austin, TX), the Lafayette Agricultural Trading Academy (Wayzata, MN), and the Emerging Digital Academy (Fargo, ND).
WATCH!! Wayzata Hockey Standout Suspended For Year
A Wayzata High School hockey standout has been suspended for the rest of the season after a fight Saturday night.
New Bill Would Ban Service Fees in Restaurants
A bill introduced to the Minnesota House would crack down on businesses that don’t advertise the complete price of the goods or services before a customer gets their bill.
New Survey Delivered to Minnesota Farmers
The annual pesticide and fertilizer survey focuses on best management practices for corn and soybean farmers.
Fire on SCSU Campus Sunday
St. Cloud Fire Department officials say they responded to a report of fire alarms sounding and the sprinkler system in operation in the basement of the building at 577 1st Avenue South.
Kwik Trip in Becker Breaks Ground
Located on Rolling Ridge Road just off Highway 10, officials say construction began February 19th.
St. Cloud Teacher Named Among Social Studies Best
Autumn Heitzman is the Minnesota Council for the Social Studies 2024 Middle School Teacher of the Year.
“MyPillow” CEO Loses $5 Million Bet
A federal judge in St. Paul has ordered Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, to pay software engineer Robert Zeidman $5 million for winning the businessman’s “Prove Me Wrong Challenge”.
New Minnesota Delivery Fee Begins July 1st.
A Retail Delivery Fee of $0.50 will be applied to certain retail delivery transactions starting July 1st.
St. Cloud School District Approves New Teacher Contract
The mediated settlement, approved by the school board at Wednesday night’s meeting, includes a four percent increase in year one teacher pay, along with step increases for all eligible teachers.
UPDATE: St. Cloud Shooting Suspect Arrested
Authorities have released more information on an exchange of gunfire outside the Great River Regional Library in St. Cloud on Saturday afternoon.