They sat there — all 11 of them — solemn, stoic, determined. Some wore baseball hats with the name of their branch of the service on them. One proudly displayed the vest of a disabled American veteran. It would probably be safe to say that all of them were easily into their 70s, and it was apparent by the set of their shoulders that they were there for a reason.
Minnesota legislators approved a bill allowing in-home childcare providers — licensed and unlicensed — and personal care attendants that will allow for an election among providers if unions meet certain thresholds of support. If in-home childcare providers and personal care attendants (PCAs) decided to form a union, the union would have exclusive rights to negotiate on their behalf with the state.
Members of the Wrenshall Fire and Rescue Squad could hardly believe their eyes when they responded to a call along the Munger Bike Trail on Tuesday, May 7. They had received an emergency page from Dispatch around 6:45 p.m. saying a horse had fallen into a sinkhole along an unpaved stretch of the trail.
From Fall 1965 through the Spring 1974, I was a teacher at Cloquet Senior High School. During that period of time nearly 1,000 Cloquet students, from Susan Aalto (1966) through Rebecca Wise (1974), suffered through my typing and social studies classes.
Chub Lake homeowner Mike Aili had seen two golden retrievers run across the frozen lake and back on Sunday, May 12. It wasn’t until he was working out in his yard around 11 a.m. when he heard the two dogs barking frantically in the distance.
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