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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,

Local Urologist First in

Submitted by St. Cloud Regional Medical Center SAINT CLOUD- Axel Anderson, M.D. of Urology Associates of St. Cloud, located at 2900 17th Street, is the first Urologist in Osceola County to

Parks & Rec Now Offering

SAINT CLOUD – Online registration is now available for some of the city's Parks and Recreation activities and programs including rentals, camps, classes and facility reservations. *Subscribe for

Give Your Valentine the

submitted by St. Cloud Regional Medical Center, guest editorial SAINT CLOUD- This year, Americans will spend approximately $2 billion on candy gifts for the special Valentines in their lives.

St. Cloud Wheel

SAINT CLOUD- The St. Cloud Wheel Park playground at the Extreme Sports Complex, located at 2401 Peghorn Way, will be closed for resurfacing January 23-30. *Subscribe for FREE to receive the

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

City Unveils Ideas for

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Consultants hired by the City of St. Cloud unveiled possible visions for a City-Wide Trails Master Plan at a public workshop November 9th. *Click here to

Chisholm Park Becomes

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The "Battle at Narcoossee Mill," in which civil war re-enactors wage skirmishes against each other, may happen every year in March at Ralph Chisholm Park.

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

City to Hold Public

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- In a continuing effort to garner public input and involvement in the Citywide Trials Master Plan, the city of St. Cloud Parks and Recreation Department will

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

Coffee & Conversation

Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Mayor Rebecca Borders will host “Coffee and Conversation with the Mayor” Oct. 1, from 10 a.m.-12 p.m., at the St. Cloud Community Center, 3101

Samantha Completes 6

by Donna Olmstead, Contributing Journalist (Note: This is the sixth in a series of articles following Samantha, who had been being treated for ADD until her Now-I'm-10 Checkup. That's when her

Regular Prostate Cancer

by: Axel Anderson IV, MD Every three minutes a man in the United States is diagnosed with prostate cancer. Although the cause of prostate cancer is still unclear, regular testing can detect the

PegHorn Park's Trails

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The trails portion of PegHorn Nature Park and Trail, 2101 PegHorn Way, has been temporarily closed for maintenance.  The trails are tentatively scheduled to

Public Workshop Maps Out

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- About 50 people turned out July 20 at the St. Cloud Community Center to go over two new initiatives presented by the city during a public workshop. *Click

City to Hold Public

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The Great Outdoors is calling and the City of St. Cloud intends to answer.  But first officials seek input from residents on two new initiatives that are

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

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

Samantha's Vision

by Donna Olmstead, contributing journalist This is the fifth article in a series about vision problems being mistaken for dyslexia, ADD or ADHD. It is estimated that as many as one in four

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,

St. Cloud Earns An 'A'

By Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The "Soldier City" has a playful side.  For the second year in a row, St. Cloud has been named as a Playful City USA Community. *Click here to sign up

'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

Life's Just One Big

And so the journal entries begin... by Donna Olmstead May 1, The right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing. First off, if you knew how hard it is to write this... Not hard

Correcting Vision

This is the fourth in a series of articles about 10-year-old Samantha who has been diagnosed with vision problems that for three years caused a misdiagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder. by Donna

Samantha Has Her First

by Donna Olmstead, contributing journalist Note: This is the third in a series about the possibility that vision problems may result in a misdiagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder. This article

Doctors Confirm

by Donna Olmstead, contributing journalist (Note: This is the second article in a series following Samantha, who had been being treated for ADD until at her 'Now-I'm-10' Checkup. That's when her

Seeing the Problem;

by Donna J. Olmstead, contributing journalist (This is the first in a series about Children's Vision) Our granddaughter Samantha, 10, was grinning when she left her eye doctor appointment

City's Parks and

By Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- As director of St. Cloud Parks and Recreation since 2011, Stephanie Holtkamp has kept herself busy. In addition to overseeing the Chris Lyle Aquatic Center,

Revised Guidelines for

By Merrell Palmer, editor The medical community is updating recommendations for adolescent vaccines this year: *Meningitis vaccines, which deal with a very specific family of bacteria, have

These Trails Were Made

By Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- With a respite from the recent rains, the wetlands and trails within PegHorn Park and Nature Trail are again accessible to outdoorsman and nature lovers
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