Stephanie Dickrell, St. Cloud Times

Stephanie Dickrell

St. Cloud Times

St. Cloud, MN, United States

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Past articles by Stephanie:

Shutdown could impact food access, housing, domestic violence and sexual assault victims

As the federal government shutdown drags on, more and more programs could be impacted → Read More

Fountains at Clemens Gardens vandalized; group asks for funding to restore damage

St. Cloud police said rough estimates to repair or replace the damage are around $20,000 → Read More

Integrated mental health services help Minnesota kids

The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention estimates one in six U.S. children ages 2-8 have a diagnosed mental, behavioral or developmental disorder. → Read More

Paynesville officer arrested for alleged domestic assault

Nathan Johnson will be held in custody pending a court appearance Monday. → Read More

After just 2 years, VA director leaves after focusing on respect, improvement

Stephen Black only joined the St. Cloud VA in April 2017, but family has motivated a move closer to home → Read More

MN woman donates kidney to ex-husband: 'We both really changed'

She came to his aid 20 years after the divorce. → Read More

How 'Optimistic Prime' — and integrated mental health services — can help your child

Sartell Pediatrics and other providers are integrating mental health care into primary care clinics. Here's why that's a good idea. → Read More

Santa delivers adapted Christmas gifts for kids with disabilities

UCP ensures kids have access to the basic needs of life, and also access to fun with adapted Christmas toys. → Read More

St. Cloud gets a white Christmas — just a day late

St. Cloud is well below normal for snowfall this time of year, with only 1.1 inches of snow in December so far. Normally, the area sees 7.2 inches. → Read More

The mother lode: Family Birthing Center baby boom sees 30 staff have 31 babies in 2018

Staff working in the St. Cloud Family Birthing Center saw a big baby boom in 2018 → Read More

St. Cloud State economic event to take on immigration, feature grad as Federal Reserve head

The Winter Institute to have economic outlook from James Bullard, St. Cloud State grad and Federal Reserve bank president → Read More

Think before you spit: At-home DNA kits can be fun, but can cause trouble

There are emotional, medical and privacy implications you should consider before sending your DNA in to be tested → Read More

St. Cloud man pleads guilty to sexually assaulting 10-year-old boy in Sauk Rapids

Edward Krasky was charged with two felony counts of criminal sexual conduct in the first degree and will be sentenced in February → Read More

A Christmas miracle: 8 women to get a safe home away from sex trafficking

A last-minute donation and fundraising push from United Way of Central Minnesota helped make it happen in time for the holidays → Read More

The most blunder-full time of the year: The surprising injuries common at Christmas

Sledding, decorations and even sitting on Santa's lap can be dangerous, according to study → Read More

What Minnesota's Somali population looks like: young, Minnesota-born and working

An updated economic report by the state demographer's office shows how the group is succeeding and struggling → Read More

Higher deductibles become more common as health costs increase

With employers reluctant to contribute more to insurance premiums, rising costs are being absorbed by employees in total out-of-pocket costs → Read More

Leaving a 'big hole': No meal at Charlie's Pizza in Little Falls on Christmas this year

Owner Charlie Peterka has been in the hospital for months, and isn't able to organize the annual event, which has become a Central Minnesota tradition → Read More

St. Cloud schools in top 12 percent in Minnesota for kids living in poverty

Recently released estimates show about 2,300 school-age children live in poverty within St. Cloud school district boundaries. → Read More

Giving the gift of DNA? At-home DNA kits can be fun, but can cause trouble

Heather Zierhut, associate director of the Genetic Counseling Graduate Program at the University of Minnesota, advises people to pause before gifting that DNA test. → Read More