A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Mr. White American Man
Greetings! I have an exciting article today featuring parades, modeling, and being on stage. But first, I want to let you all know that my book/eBook project, New Plateaus in China, was accepted and n... Posted on 5/12/12 at 9:15 AM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Flatbread: All-Purpose, All Delicious
While vacationing in Arizona a couple of weeks ago, I attended a cooking class at Sweet Basil Gourmetware and Cooking School in Scottsdale. My friend, Pat Sinclair, and I pulled into the parking lot o... Posted on 3/18/12 at 3:13 PM
The Mariners completed the regular season with a record of 6-2 after defeating Northeast Range 48-0. It was another easy win in the opening round of the Section 7 Nine-man playoffs as the team whipped Wrenshall 59-6 Tuesday.
Faced with staggering increases in health insurance premiums and a significant delay in state funding during the year ahead, the Cloquet School Board is keeping a closer-than-ever eye on the ebb and flow of the district’s revenue and expenses.
In good times, public service is all-consuming and difficult. In tough times, it’s that times 10. Cloquet Schools Superintendent Ken Scarbrough took a few moments to thank the school board members for their service at Monday’s meeting in honor of “School Board Recognition Week.”
Last week’s icy roads delayed the Cloquet School Board’s regular meeting to Tuesday this week, and it also allowed time for some rays of good news to enter the bleak financial spreadsheets of the district.
Excited Queen of Peace students in Ramona Diehl’s third- and fourth-grade combined classroom hit the floor in record time Tuesday afternoon. Cloquet artist Terry Anderson had just spread out a shiny array of small stones on the carpet and told the kids they could each choose five or six to keep.
For the next 10 minutes, the students were thoroughly distracted from the news that their Catholic school in Cloquet will close permanently at the end of the school year.
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