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It all began when Cloquet City Administrator Brian Fritsinger noticed cracks in the tile floor by the pillars at City Hall. He wondered if one day he would find himself going through the floor and into the basement. Fritsinger said he was relieved to find it was just cracked tiles and nothing structural, but it got him thinking about the rest of the building.
The Hudspiths are looking forward to celebrating their 61st wedding anniversary in June with their family, which has grown to include 11 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.
Dawn Marie Seaman, 45, was sentenced April 22 to the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Shakopee for 58 months for second-degree possession of methamphetamine. According to the criminal complaint, on Oct. 3, 2014, a Cloquet Police Department detective received a call from a confidential reliable informant (CRI) who advised him that he could purchase methamphetamine from an individual identified as Dawn Marie Seaman.
Although the H5N2 bird flu virus has had a devastating effect in Minnesota, there have not been any cases in the northern part of the state. Even so, it is having a ripple effect on local people who raise, sell or show birds.
What an amazing roller coaster ride the Minnesota Wilderness have treated us to this season! I am one of several dedicated Wilderness hockey fans. When I was asked by a mom to volunteer to photograph the fledgling Minnesota Wilderness team at the team’s first exhibition game (when it was in the Canadian league), I was hooked. As a seasoned hockey mom of three kids, including a goalie, it was a natural fit and worked well as I was also working as a freelance photographer for the Pine Journal.
Shortly before the Cloquet City Council meeting began Tuesday, the council chambers filled with the family and friends of six Cloquet police officers. Cloquet Police Chief Steve Stracek welcomed Carey Ferrell and Derek Randall to their promoted positions as patrol commander and investigative/administrative commander, respectively.
More than 3,000 Minnesota 4-H members who planned to show birds at county fairs face a new lesson this year. Although the H5N2 bird flu virus has had a devastating effect in Minnesota, there have not been any cases in the northern part of the state. Even so, it is having a ripple effect on local people who raise, sell or show birds.
The Carlton County Mounted Posse took part in its annual sensory training drills on a beautiful sunny morning to take part in a variety of tests, including obstacles such as ramps and tires. See the photo page in the May 7 issue of the Pine Journal.
The high school students chatted excitedly as they carried various props into the building before the 21st Annual Area Envirothon began on a beautiful Monday morning. There were 165 students...
2014 Carlton County Statistics from the Minnesota State Patrol Total accidents ― 973 Property damage, no injuries ― 469 Personal injury ― 87 In ditches ― 206 Property damage, hit and run ― 97 Animal involved — 113