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Inside Pine Journal

Cloquet High School freshmen Isaac Boedigheimer (Bib 5) took second overall in Saturday’s Fitger’s 5K run, while John Waltjer (Bib 2025) took 10th place. Classmate Anja Maijala (Bib 1200) took second place in the women’s race. Photo courtesy of Grandma’s Marathon

When asked, “What if orange juice didn’t exist?” Cloquet’s Isaac Boedigheimer admitted his life would be a little bit sad.

Moose Lake High School student Ana Medina’s Media Arts piece titled “How Do You Eat Your Apple?” received a Best of Show award at the 2014 MSHSL Visual Arts Festival. The piece will be on display at the 2014 Judge’s Choice Spotlight on the Arts at Perpich Center for Arts Education. Contributed Photo

Fourteen Moose Lake High School students submitted 16 pieces to the MSHSL Visual Arts Festival competition at South Ridge High School on Feb. 9 and they received a lot of ...

Mary Halbur of Carlton receives an award of excellence for “Best Paper in U.S. History, 1920 to the Present” for her research titled “Giving Voice to the Jobless: The Unemployed Councils of Philadelphia in the 1930s” at the Phi Alpha Theta Pennsylvania East Regional Conference. Contributed Photo

Mary Halbur of Carlton, a senior history major at Widener University in Chester, Penn., attended the eastern regional conference of Phi Alpha Theta, History Honors Society, held at Shippensburg University ...

Barnum fourth-graders Brooke Doran and kayelea Poirier received second place in the Grade 4 category for their project “Got Plastic?” at the school’s annual science fair. Contributed Photo

Barnum Elementary School’s Annual Science Fair was held March 19 for students in Grades 4-6. Adult judges — elementary principal, high school principal, and a school board member — chose ...

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