Paul Shea graduated from Brown College in 2013 with an Associate's of Applied Science degree in broadcasting. Before arriving in St. Cloud, he had stops in Faribault, Albert Lea, and in the Twin Cities. Paul enjoys snowmobiling when we have enough snow, and Twins baseball. Feel free to add him on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram
This Hibbing Tavern Doesn’t Have Time For Your Mediocre Chicken Wings
More businesses should hold their suppliers accountable and not serve food that doesn't meet their standards.
Minnesota Attraction Just Rated The 5th Best History Museum In The US
We are excited to announce that Mill City Museum has been selected as USA TODAY's 5th Best History Museum in the U.S.
What We Know About The Public Memorial Service For Burnsville’s Heroes
A public memorial service will be held in Eden Prairie for Burnsville Officers Paul Elmstrand and Matthew Ruge and Firefighter/Paramedic Adam Finseth.
Don’t Forget To Belly Up To Marge’s Pub & Grub In Brook Park
Marge's slogan is right to the point: Great Food, Cold Beer and Good Company
Touching Statement From Wife Of MN Firefighter Killed In Burnsville
You can feel Tara's pain and emotion as you read her statement about the loss of her husband and soulmate Adam.
Sisters Win Kids Invention Contest, Heading To Austria This Summer
The girls' idea was "a Smart Watch, specifically designed for hearing implant users."
The Dirty MN Secret Behind All Those Lilac Bushes ‘In The Country’
There are two MAIN reasons we see so many lilacs growing 'out in the country'.
Saints Will Keep Fans Covered As They Will Extend Nets Stadium Wide
"While that protection currently stretches to the ends of both dugouts, the Saints are making sure more fans are protected beginning in 2024"
This St. Cloud Restaurant Pulled Their Tip Jar ‘Due To Theft’
A picture of a note taped to the counter at Jet's Pizza downtown says that 'due to theft' the tip jar won't be displayed on the counter anymore.
Popular MN-Made Cereal Found To Have ‘Infertility’ Chemical In It!
According to the report that People Magazine shared 80% of Americans have been exposed to the chemical known as Chlormequat.