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Freezin for a Reason: Polar Bear Plunge Brings in Thousands for Special Olympics

Posted: Feb. 17, 2018 11:46 PM
Updated: Feb. 17, 2018 11:58 PM

Over 100 volunteers made a splash while plunging into chilly waters to raise money for the Special Olympics at the 12th annual Polar Bear Plunge.

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St.Joseph Prepares for First Big Muddy Mini Maker Faire

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The Cheeseburger to be Banished from McDonald's Happy Meals

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FBI Says it Received Tip on Florida Shooter in January

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Royals Veteran Left-Hander Reportedly Heading to New York

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St. Joseph Man Donates 25 Years Worth of Change to Local Non-Profit

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Volunteers See Benefits from Children's Reading Program

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Race for Buchanan County Presiding Commissioner Begins

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Falkner Announces Candidacy for State House

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These are the victims of the Florida school shooting

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You can feel the horror of the Florida school shooting unfold in this text exchange between two sisters

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Google Chrome will now block annoying ads

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Standoff Ends Peacefully in North End of St. Joseph

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Dog food withdrawn from stores after euthanasia drug found in food

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School District Talks Safety After Deadly School Shooting in Florida

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SJSD Cuts Administrative Costs by $1 Million

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High School Shooting Suspect Makes First Court Appearance

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Florida School Shooter Charged with 17 Counts of Premeditated Murder

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Mosaic Life Care Hosting Blood Drive Today

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First Board of Education Candidate Forum Held

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Friends and Coworkers Remember Terra Welch Reents