When Rob Mohelski of Rob’s Mahtowa Tavern came in to work around 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning, he could hardly believe his eyes. The entire parking lot next to the tavern and behind the adjoining TJ’s Country Store had essentially turned into a lake.
Roger Rentola and Bryan Dagel don't worry about waxing their old-time trucks. Instead, they proudly display their rusty (and quirky) vintage vehicles, lovingly pieced together out of several different trucks, vans and automobile, plus a couple beer kegs. Throw in a cow horn and an antique Boy Scout canteen, and Rentola's truck looks like it came straight out of the Disney-Pixar movie "Cars." Read all about Rat Rods in this week's Pine Journal, on newsstands Sept. 2.
ukkala will sing along with “Country Junction” from 5-9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 6, at TJ’s Country Corner in Mahtowa to open the annual Mahtowa Highway 61 Folks Festival weekend. In addition, TJ’s famous wurst and Salem Lutheran Church’s annual pie sale will be there to satisfy hungry music lovers. Beginning at 9 p.m. Friday, the bluegrass band, “One Fast Move,” will play at Rob’s Mahtowa Tavern.
It almost seemed like a slam dunk that members of the Carlton County Board would approve a conditional use permit to allow mining exploration in Mahtowa Township, but commissioners showed Tuesday that there is no such thing as a “done deal.”
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