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OUR VIEW: Where do residents’ rights fit in landfill debate?
18 hours 19 min ago
Commission votes favor landfill
January 14, 2017 - 3:43pm
The Cloquet High School madrigals choir sings at Monday's school board meeting. The board voted against a possible cut to music hours at Washington Elementary School during the subsequent meeting. Jana Peterson/jpeterson@pinejournal.com
Board debates staffing changes for next school year
January 13, 2017 - 10:21am
Emergency vehicles respond to a car/truck accident on North Cloquet Road in Esko Thursday, which resulted in minor injuries of the driver of the truck and killed the driver of the car. Jamie Lund/jlund@pinejournal.com
One dead after North Cloquet Road accident
January 12, 2017 - 12:39pm
‘Collectibles and more’ sale at museum
January 12, 2017 - 11:59am
FDLTCC, drug court, partner on ‘Life Beyond Addiction’ program
January 6, 2017 - 3:46pm
Man dies in crash near Esko
January 5, 2017 - 5:54pm
Pet of the Week: Nadia
January 5, 2017 - 10:49am
Friday shooting leaves one dead, suspect in custody
December 29, 2016 - 5:59pm
Top Carlton County stories of the year
December 31, 2016 - 8:49am
New wellness center now open in Carlton
January 1, 2017 - 7:01am
Toni Hubbell of Sunnyside Health Care Center (from left), resident Doris Raun, high school students Makalaeh Kneisel and Sophia Krikava, and Ken Schloer gather around the table during a recent iPad class at the center. Krikava and Kneisel are teaching the seniors how to use the Facebook app to keep in touch with family and friends. Jamie Lund/jlund@pinejournal.com
Teens teach elders to keep in contact with family one keystroke at a time
December 24, 2016 - 9:30am
Man in serious condition following crash in Scanlon
December 29, 2016 - 11:29am
Changing weather conditions creating unpredictable and unsafe ice
December 27, 2016 - 9:05am
Man dies from accident injuries
December 23, 2016 - 12:34pm

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Toni Hubbell of Sunnyside Health Care Center (from left), resident Doris Raun, high school students Makalaeh Kneisel and Sophia Krikava, and Ken Schloer gather around the table during a recent iPad class at the center. Krikava and Kneisel are teaching the seniors how to use the Facebook app to keep in touch with family and friends. Jamie Lund/jlund@pinejournal.com

Besides learning Facebook, the seniors will be learning other apps, how to use the internet and possibly Skype. Raun is excited about getting the cribbage app. She had enjoyed playing ...

“In some places local government works because they communicate and don’t have political barriers,” Lee said. “They collectively own the problem and want to fix it. We’re a good size ...

Barnum alumnus Donald Long stands outside the base where he was stationed — Kaneohe Bay Naval Air Station — when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor and Kaneohe base across the island of Oahu on Dec. 7, 1941. Long was part of a group of Pearl Harbor survivors who went back to Hawaii earlier this month to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the attack. John Riedy/The Greatest Generation Foundation

“I remember seeing little water fountains shoot up as the machine gun bullets went through the bottom of the plane,” he said. “They hit the wing tanks, too, and almost ...

There are programs available at the wellness center that promote working with a buddy or one that helps teach people how to shop more healthily for groceries as well as ...

Les Hovis, owner of Cloquet Laundromat for 28 years, stands by his commercial washing machines. Hovis recently closed to the public and only does commercial business now. Jamie Lund/jlund@pinejournal.com

Hovis sold all of his dry cleaning services, and now there are none left in Carlton County. He attributes two big changes for the slow decline of the dry cleaning ...

Mid-November is a time when we observe many changes in the natural happenings. In the landscape of bare trees and a daily schedule that includes very early sunsets, it ...

This is the saga of Duluth & Northeastern Railroad engine No. 16, which spanned a useful career of more than 50 years and now sits in a place of ...

Terry Bloomquist rides with the Patriot Guard motorcycle escort for a World War II veteran. Contributed Photo

Terry Bloomquist, 67, was drafted, courtesy of Richard Nixon in 1970. The lifelong Cloquet native took a detour into the U.S. Army, ending up at Fort Knox for basic ...

Dave Johnson, 53, grew up in Bovey, Minn., and graduated from high school in 1981.

“Back in the ’80s the mines were closing down and there weren't any ...

Pine Journal columnist Parnell Thill, after years of readers wondering when he was going to come through with the goods, has published his first book, “Killing the Devil and Other ...

Fran White graduated from high school in May 1969 and went from her foster home into the U.S. Army in September with a few friends.

According to White, ...

Fond du Lac Honor Guard members Fran White (from left), Rick Yeazle, Sheryle McCreary, Billie DeFoe-Robinson and Marvin Pellerin salute a Congressional Gold Medal presented to the Band for its involvement with the code talkers program during World War II. Band member Lex Porter took part in the program, in which Native Americans transmitted coded messages using their native languages. Steve Kuchera/Forum News Service

Richard Yeazle chose to enlist in the military before he got drafted in 1970.

He followed in the footsteps of his sister, Fran White, and joined the Army ...

CAFD educator Sarah Buhs demonstrates how to use a portable defibrillator to the community CPR class last Wednesday night. Jamie Lund/jlund@pinejournal.com

Science shows that heart attack victims who receive early CPR and defibrillation have a better chance of surviving. As well, according to a report from the AHA, bystander CPR is ...

Stu Morrison holds the 1974 Regionals MVP trophy. Contributed Photo

Morrison also pitched for other powerhouse teams Perkins and Mr. D’s.
Towards the end of a playing career that was cut short due to knee injuries, Morrison gave back ...

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