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Frank is a sturdy gray tabby cat with a lot of purr-sonality that adopted the Frones family about four years ago. He helps keep the family from getting bored by going on his own adventures. He has a habit of jumping in vehicles when nobody is looking and going for a ride until he is discovered. The Frones family’s favorite “Frank story” happened when Sally Frones was headed to Kansas to go trail riding. When she got to her first stop in New Prague, Minn., the cat jumped out of the trailer! The farm owners from her first stop brought him to the Mall of America, as that was where the Frones’ neighbors were shopping and handed off Frank in the parking lot. Frank even has his own Facebook page.
Amber and Spencer Kadlee of Brookston, Minn., announce the birth of their daughter, Ava Lynn Kadlec, born at 1:44 p.m. Sunday, April 5, 2015, at Community Memorial Hospital in Cloquet, Minn. Ava weighed 5 pounds, 7 ounces. Grandparents are Teri Olesiak of Brookston, Len Lund of Cloquet, and Dale and Sharon Kadlec of Browerville, Minn.
A Chisholm man is facing one charge of drug possession and two charges of criminal vehicular operation after rear-ending another vehicle on Interstate 35. Cody Lee Elven, 30, appeared in Carlton County Court on April 2 and was charged on first-degree sale of a drug (methamphetamine) as well as two criminal vehicular operation charges for causing bodily harm.
Weather brings sun, rain, wind and fire To date this year there have been 37 fires in the Carlton County and southern St. Louis County, while in 2014 there were 24 fires total for the year.
A crowd of students and community members gathered at the Fond du Lac Ojibwe School gymnasium to watch a fun game of basketball between a team of current and past...
Spring time in Carlton County is a good time to get your pet in to the veterinarian for a yearly check up, and remember to get a pet license also.
Esko students will be able to see clearly now out of the new windows that have been installed in the Esko school buildings. The district is finishing up phase three of replacing old, inefficient windows at the school.
Quiet chatter filled the Council Chamber Tuesday as about 30 Cloquet residents filed in, united against a proposal that would have added sidewalks to their properties as part of a city sewer and street project. The affected properties are located on Eighth Street from a point 450 feet north of Washington Avenue to Sahlman Avenue and also Sahlman Avenue from Seventh Street to Ninth Street.