A home-based boxing gym in Cloquet was also the site of a felony drug arrest on Sunday. Drew Landon Angell, 21, faces three felony counts of possession and sale of drugs — including a fourth-degree felony for marijuana sales charge that could mean 15 years in prison and a $100,000 fine for a first offense. Authorities found nearly 2 pounds of the drug packaged for sale in the home.
A 23-year-old man originally from Kettle River died earlier this week from injuries sustained in a weekend rollover crash on Interstate 35 near Esko.
Having lived a difficult and complex life with autism and depression, Joseph Zak seemed to have settled into a suitable routine. He lived on a secluded 160-acre farm in Brookston situated a half-mile south of the St. Louis River and operated by the Duluth branch of Residential Services Inc.
For Cloquet’s Danielson, it was a long journey from service to being honored and credited for it. The pinning ceremony came 41 years after it was due and brought with it military benefits that had eluded Danielson all those years due to clerical omissions on his discharge paperwork. “My life was on hold,” said Danielson, sporting a stylish camouflage shirt trimmed in the colors of the Fond du Lac band of Lake Superior Chippewa. “I thought I was the only man in the military not able to get his medals.”
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Dave Leslie usually takes his motorcycle to work, but a quick check of the weather app on his phone a few weeks ago revealed fast-moving clouds and left him instead to hop into his automobile. The end of his drive from his home in Superior to his Wear-a-Knit custom knitwear company in Cloquet found it raining outside while trickling metallic sounds filled the manufacturing room floor.
Brett Arthur Berry, 48, faces two misdemeanor counts: assaulting a public safety dog and animal cruelty. Surveillance video from Black Bear Casino Resort, site of the training and where the alleged after-hours incident took place early on the morning on June 15, was used to determine probable cause. (View video footage online at www.pinejournal.com .)
MOOSE LAKE—Until the launch last month of a fundraising website, renowned photographer Craig Blacklock kept from public view his six-month story of survival and recovery. Burned badly on his hands, wrists and parts of his head and upper body by a freak sauna fire on the North Shore early last November, the intervening months have been a grueling and private challenge for the internationally respected nature photographer and his family.
Both drivers are dead following a two-vehicle crash Tuesday morning on Minnesota Highway 45 between Carlton and Scanlon. The Minnesota State Patrol reported that a 2014 Chevy Impala traveling south...
The fight to save a state-run all-female addiction and chemical dependency care center in Carlton is still going strong. Along with five other specialty facilities, Liberalis is part of a state-operated treatment network called Community Action Recovery Enterprise. In his 2015 budget proposal, Gov. Mark Dayton proposed bed reductions within the network to go from 174 potential admissions down to 70 among all facilities. Facilities throughout the network have seen caps placed on admissions, voluntary staff exits from people wary of the cuts and reductions in services to the most specialized cases, including treatment for pregnant women.