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  • ksdk.com
  • KARE 11
  • St. Cloud Times
  • Indianapolis Star

Past articles by Kate:

They're twins, but born 17 days apart

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They're twins, but born 17 days apart

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Foley school bus driver passes 50 years on road

Don Beehler has seen introduction of two-way radios, bigger buses, multiple generations → Read More

What's Making Us Happy? 'Parks & Rec'

Reporter Kate Kompas shares her love for NBC show, idealistic main character Leslie Knope → Read More

Celebrated filmmaker to visit Paramount, SCSU

Godfrey Reggio directed 'Visitors,' famed Qatsi trilogy → Read More

Sauk Rapids choir to sing with professional group

Music will include American folk songs, spirituals, classics → Read More

GREAT tells Anne Frank's story

Focus is on giving the young girl's story historical context → Read More

Church of Cash pays tribute to Man in Black

Great River Arts in Little Falls booked 2nd show due to demand → Read More

St. John's alumnus releases 2nd book in series

Notes on writers, authors and Minnesota-based books. R.J. Hinkemeyer has released the second book in his Minnesota Mystery series, "Snow Cover." The book takes place in 1970s and is about retiring Sheriff Jake Meyer, who was wounded in World War II. Meyer has one last mystery to solve regarding a man who saved his life in the war, and he has to confront whether it's worth exposing the truth.… → Read More

About 200 tackle snowy obstacle course

SAUK RAPIDS — On a weekend in which winter storms slammed the East Coast, about 200 people tackled a snowy obstacle course Saturday at Granite City Speedway. The runners trudged up a massive snow pile, carried 30-pound bricks and scaled walls as part of the Iceman Extreme Obstacle Course 5K — and many of them were even smiling while doing so. Most of them drove long distances to put themselves… → Read More

Anton Gaetz of Anton's restaurant dies at age 85

Restaurant is 1 of the best known in Central Minnesota → Read More

CTAD Podcast: Talking "Mary Poppins" with GREAT Theatre

Jake, Kate and Abby visit GREAT Theatre HQ to talk about "Mary Poppins" with director Aimee Miron. → Read More

'The Whole Ninth Floor' offers throwback comedy

Play takes place at a talent agency in 1960s New York → Read More

So-bad-they're-good celeb autobiographies get spotlight

Library staffers will read some unintentionally funny passages → Read More

St. Cloud musician has a song in the movie 'Joy'

Louisiana transplant Willie West has blues in his soul, has played with the greats → Read More

3,000 sample brews at St. Cloud Craft Beer Tour

Steve Nusbaum said he's had chances to go to the St. Cloud Craft Beer Tour in years past, but he had to pass it up. "I can't believe I did that," he said Saturday from at the event. "This is like the Woodstock of craft beer." Nusbaum, who was there with his friend and fellow St. Cloud resident Mark Merchlewicz, came prepared: The two had plastic baggies stuffed with crackers and pretzels hanging… → Read More

North Crest dancers put on 'F.A.M.E.' performances

Show is tribute to Frank Sinatra, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley → Read More

2 local artists' work will be part of Vikings stadium

They can't say much yet beyond that they're contributing shields, but they're pumped → Read More

Expert/Critic, pal get their veggies at Quarks

Restaurant is designed around making healthy, clean eating easy (and fast) → Read More

Area stores keep up with Powerball demand

Seemingly everyone is vying for a piece of the $1.5 billion pie → Read More