We're barely going to get a full spring this year, and now it looks like Minnesota is going to miss the abnormally hot summer the rest of the U.S. is expected to get. Depending who you are, this could be good or bad news.
With expected highs well into the 90s and even 100s this weekend there are plenty of ways to stay cool around Central Minnesota. Whether you live in St. Cloud, Sartell, Waite Park, Foley or Sauk Rapids, there are several ways you and your family can enjoy some water filled fun.
Foley schools are doing their part to make sure no kids go hungry with their free summer food program. The program feeds any kids 18 and under, and is held Monday through Thursday at Foley Intermediate School.