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“Based on the investigation, it is believed the sales of these drugs included high-school-aged people in our community,” the Cloquet Police Department said in a news release.
All are invited to enjoy a Swedish meatball and lefse dinner (along with mashed potatoes, vegetable, coffee and dessert) from 4-7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 22, at the Cloquet VFW, 210 Arch St. The Cloquet VFW Auxiliary is sponsoring the dinner, which will cost $10 a plate.
The park is free and there are bathrooms in the warming house. Hours are 4-8 p.m. Monday through Friday, noon to 8 p.m. Saturdays and noon to 6 p.m. Sundays.
On Tuesday, Nov. 7, voters in the Cromwell-Wright School District will vote “yes” or “no” on a $5.08 million building referendum for school facility improvements. The proposal includes a new industrial arts addition, dedicated band and choir space, updated auditorium, gymnasium addition, dedicated weight room space and parking lot improvements and expansion.
According to a Cloquet Police Department press release, the officers found a 2014 Ford F-150 was traveling west on Carlton Avenue when it struck parked vehicles and rolled, partially ejecting the victim.
The truck was driving on Highway 45 under I-35, at the Scanlon exit, when the dump bed hit the bridge and ripped off the truck, becoming lodged in the bridge mount, the State Patrol told the Pine Journal.
He said if he is performing and even the crickets leave the room, it is a humbling experience, but after watching his favorite comedian he realized it happens.
The Avenue C bar and restaurant is holding a block party to raise funds for the Cloquet Educational Foundation, inside the First National Plaza building in West End Cloquet. Five bands will play from 2 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Aug. 26, including Whiskey Trails, Brody Olson, Nick Glass and Company, and two others. Cover charge is $10 and includes one free beer.
During the program, popcorn and punch will be available and a door prize drawing will be held during intermission.
A Duluth man pleaded guilty Friday to a charge of second-degree murder, admitting in court that he was the one who fatally shot a man at a home in Cloquet last December. Wayne Joseph Bosto, 34, faces more than 35 years in prison after entering the guilty plea Friday afternoon in State District Court in Carlton in the fatal shooting of 36-year-old John Francis Korby.