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Powerboat P1 Racing

SAINT CLOUD- Powerboat P1 Racing returns to St. Cloud's East Lake Tohopekaliga May 20, featuring the AquaX Amateur Florida Championship and the first race of the 2017 Spectre P1 SuperStock USA

City to Hold Charity

SAINT CLOUD- The Public Services Department will hold its third annual Charitable Golf Tournament June 10, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Royal St. Cloud Golf Links, 5310 Michigan Avenue, to benefit We

Who Shall Rise Again?

by Donna Olmstead, Contributing Journalist (Photos Credit: Donna Olmstead) The North won on Saturday. The South won on Sunday. In the 24th annual reenactment of the 1864 Battle of Narcoossee

March For Meals 5K Hits

SAINT CLOUD- The Osceola Council on Aging "Meals on Wheels" program, which provides hot and cold meals to frail, elderly and younger disabled residents throughout Osceola County, including St. Cloud,

Three Local High Schools

SAINT CLOUD- The Parks and Recreation Department is working with Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and the School District of Osceola County to present the Harmony High School,

St. Cloud Library to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Like cracking the cover of a new book, the St. Cloud Veterans Memorial library, located at 810 13th Street, will host its Grand Reopening February 4, at 10

St. Cloud Main Street,

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- St. Cloud Main Street, Inc. is offering a "Southern" good time at its 10th Annual Redneck Gala Fundraiser January 28, on Kissimmee Park Road from 5 p.m. to

Alumni From St. Cloud &

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- For the class of 2007 from St. Cloud and Harmony High Schools, there is an extra incentive to stick with those new year resolutions- the 10th Year High

Hospital Kicks Off New

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- New Year's resolutions often center around improving health and lifestyles. The St. Cloud Regional Medical Center is offering assistance by providing its

Blue Santas Bring Early

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Christmas came early for 46 children in St. Cloud who really did get to tell Santa what they wanted. In this case, the Santas were dressed in blue. The

Downtown Preparations

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Staff from the city and St. Cloud Main Street, Inc. are wrapping up preparations for the December 31 inaugural debut of Rockin' the Cloud, a New Year's Eve

Firefighters &

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Some arrived leaning on canes, walkers and the steady arm of assistants dressed as elves. Others, like retired Navy veteran George Dobbs, 92, scooted through

Downtown to Host New

 by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The City is teaming with St. Cloud Main Street and the St. Cloud Citizen's Foundation to host the first "Rocking the Cloud" New Year's Eve

Fire Department Spreads

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Santa isn't the only one in a bulky suit spreading Christmas cheer. The St. Cloud Fire Rescue Department can claim a lot of credit for the good will and

Council on Aging to Host

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The Osceola Council on Aging, located at 700 Generation Point in Kissimmee, with the help of staff and volunteers, will be serving over 400 seniors and

Osceola Council on Aging

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- On Veterans Day the Osceola Council on Aging and Team Depot, the Home Depot's associate-led volunteer force, will honor a local veteran by making

Veterans Salute to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- St. Cloud Main Street is hosting a steak dinner and Soldier City's Veterans Salute November 11 at the Marina Building, located at 1104 Lakeshore Boulevard.

Walking A Mile in Her

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- It takes a big pair of high heel shoes to fit men like City Council Member Dave Askew, Osceola County Commissioner Fred Hawkins Jr. and Lead Child Advocate

Teams Push Back Against

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- If cancer could be conquered by a tug-a-war, than the teams competing Saturday in the Pink Fire Truck Pull would have eradicated the disease by brute

St. Cloud to Host 13

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- St.  Cloud will host the International Shuffleboard Association's 35th World Championship October 25th - 28th.  Thirteen countries will be represented

Mayor Hosts Last 'Coffee

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Mayor Rebecca Borders hosted her last "Coffee & Conversation With the Mayor" event Saturday, October 1 with a mini health-fair at the St. Cloud Community

Celebrity Chef to Judge

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Celebrity chef winner Emanuel "Manny" Washington Jr, also known as "Chef Manny FD" will be in The Cloud next month to judge local cooks.  Washington, 29,

Volunteers Spruce Up

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Last week the downtown area, from 10th Street to 13th Street, received a little TLC when volunteers came together for a Cleanup Day. *Click here to sign

Team of Volunteers to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- in a joint effort, the Osceola Council on Aging, The Home Depot Foundation, Team Depot and Meals on Wheels America will provide renovations to the home of a

Police to Host

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The St. Cloud Police Department is at it again- putting on a charity event to help the local community. All proceeds from the family-fun event will go

Fire Department to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- As the first Pink Heals Chapter in Osceola County, St. Cloud Fire Rescue will hold a Reveal/Dedication of the city's first Pink Heals fire truck Saturday,

PegHorn Park to Host

***Masquerade in the Park has been postponed until further notice.*** SAINT CLOUD- For those looking for a little nighttime magic, or at least dancing under the stars, the St. Cloud Citizens

Community Volunteers

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- In a joint effort Wednesday, the St. Cloud Police Department teamed with the Osceola Council on Aging and the St. Cloud Home Depot to improve the quality of

Volunteers Plan Workday

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The good samaritans are at it again! Osceola Council on Aging (OCOA), volunteers from Team Depot (The St. Cloud Home Depot’s associate-led volunteer

Volunteers team up to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- In a joint community effort, the Osceola Council on Aging (OCOA) and volunteers from The Home Depot's St. Cloud store plan to construct a wheel chair ramp,

Wife of Late Artist to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- This month's "Coffee and Conversation with the Mayor," will feature guest speaker, Joyce Vebert, who will discuss the work of her late husband, St. Cloud

Food Pantry Raffles to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Those who give are in need of receiving; the St. Cloud Community Pantry is on a fund raising drive to generate $25,000 for the purchase of a walk-in

Lakefront to Anchor 4th

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The Lakefront will come alive once more Monday, July 4th as the St. Cloud Chamber of Commerce hosts the annual Independence Day celebration from 3 p.m. to 10

Participants Revel in

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Saturday's Robo Mud Run was a sloppy success. Around 900 participants slogged through the three-to-five mile extreme obstacle course designed to test

City Teams With Charity

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- City workers teamed up with two charitable organizations Thursday, June 23 to distribute fresh produce and other food near the Civic Center during a mobile

Portions of Mud Run to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Saturday's ROBO MUD Run, put on by the St. Cloud Police Department at Peghorn Nature Park, 2101 Peghorn Way, will benefit local families and victims affected

Town Comes Together in

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Rain and lightning may have driven the crowd that gathered in front of City Hall inside the building Tuesday night, but the weather did not dampen nor wash

St. Cloud Welcomes

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Once again St. Cloud will attempt to make the record books.  For the sixth year the city's Parks and Recreation's aquatics staff will welcome the public-

Mud Run Discount

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- For mud runners, tomorrow is the last day to take advantage of the entry discount for the annual Robo Mud Run at Peghorn Park, 2101 Peghorn Way, June 25,

Cemetery to Hold

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3227 will host a Memorial Day service at  Mt. Peace Cemetery, 755 E. 10th Street, May 30 at 10 a.m. The ceremony is open

Feeding Local Hunger

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- In an effort to feed local hunger, the Alter St. Cloud Vineyard coordinated a Food Mobile Drop Event Thursday, May 12, at the St. Cloud Civic

'Coffee & Conversation'

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD-  May's "Coffee and Conversation with the Mayor" event will feature a free, public Health and Wellness mini-fair Friday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at

Pre-vet Students to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Sometimes doctoring animals is sweaty, hard work. A group of about 50 pre-veterinarian students from UCF will take part in a work day Saturday, April 30,

Council Candidate Hosts

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- When Amanda Taormino arrived in St. Cloud two years ago, the Pennsylvania native wasted little time getting involved in her adopted community's politics.

Sworn Run

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- It started with a rumble as motorcycle units from the Osceola County Sheriff's Office, the Kissimmee Police Department, and the St. Cloud Police Department

Cops On the Run

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The officers pounding the pavement tomorrow may be running, but they're not chasing bad guys. Employees from the Osceola County Sheriff's Office, Kissimmee

Lakefront to Ring in

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- April will arrive with a party hat.  Or at least in a festive mood.  This is true for the crowd expected to show up at the St. Cloud Lakefront during the

City Hall Hangs Local Art

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Starting April 1, City Hall will begin displaying work by local artist during the 4th Annual St. Cloud Art in Public Places (SCAPP) exhibition. Mayor Rebecca

Battle Between Brothers;

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- This weekend, March 19 & 20, for the 23rd year in a row, Ralph Chisholm Park, on the shores of East Lake Tohopekaliga, will be besieged by opposing

Park Prepares For Picnic

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The normally quiet and serene grounds of the PegHorn Nature Park and Trail, 2101 PegHorn Way, will come alive Saturday, March 19, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., during

Fore! For A Good Cause

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The City of St. Cloud Public Services will host its 2nd annual Charity Golf tournament May 28, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Royal St. Cloud Golf Links; 5310 Michigan

Flag Drops For Special

by Elesha Jones, field reporter SAINT CLOUD- Children with special needs can feel the thrill of racing along an open road during an upcoming soap box derby competition. Super Kids Classic is coming

City Employees Stock

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- For the staff at St. Cloud Parks and Recreation, caring for the community is not always about leisure. City employees donated time, personal items,

Coffee With Care- Mayor

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Sitting at a table over coffee, St. Cloud Mayor Rebecca Borders and Rotary Club of St. Cloud guest Bobby Heplen discussed opportunities and upcoming

Hung by City Hall-

By Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Nothing speaks of community pride like local artwork.  St. Cloud City Hall recognizes this, and is accepting applications from local artists of all ages to
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