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To the Editor: The Aug. 10 school board meeting agenda contained an item titled “Superintendent’s Contract.” It stated the school board’s “administration negotiation team” had negotiations with the superintendent to...
The Nelson sisters and Rubish spent the last week before the fair trying to train stubborn rabbits and goats to hold a pose, or trimming toenails to ensure they were as short as possible for the judging.
Kathy Bergstedt (from left), Butch Bergstedt, Jack Bergstedt (first owner), and John and Sara Kay Johnson (current owners) — past and present owners of A&W, which was later renamed Family Tradition — celebrate 60 years of the business owned by several generations of family members. “I was 23 years old when I bought the business, now I’m 83,” said Jack Bergstedt with a little chuckle. His niece, Sara Kay, is the current owner along with her husband, John. The husband/wife team met while working at the A&W in the early 1980s.
“It’s great entertainment and reasonably priced,” Palacios said. “Come be excited about the horse racing at the Carlton County Fair.” Another fun event will be the dog show at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, which will include tricks and costumes, and a group class as well as a puppy class. Also exciting on Saturday will be the first annual “Carlton County Fair’s ‘Got Talent’ Talent Show” at 3 p.m. in the Pavilion.
” Sometimes there is a little friendly rivalry during the race. Drew and Bridgette good naturedly teased each other after the race. They joked about Bridgette’s baby bump slowing her down. “It makes it a lot harder to run,” Zimney said to Drew, laughing. “You passed me right at the end.”
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One hapless kayaker found himself perched high and dry on a rock after coming down the rapids. After a bit of rocking, he was back in the race.
A record-setting 105 athletes showed up at the Northwoods Credit Union Arena hoping to impress the coach and be one of the final 25 or so chosen for the roster of the 2016-2017 Wilderness team. Players came from as far away as Arizona, Florida and New York, and others came around the world from countries like The Republic of Belarus, Slovakia, Switzerland and Germany.
About 40 people tried the virtual reality station which allowed moviegoers to view a documentary on a special headset that people to see the movie at 360 degrees.”
Jack and Betty (Juntunen) Bergstedt bought the original Cloquet A&W in 1956, unaware they were beginning a family tradition that would be passed down to several members over a 60-year span. At that time it was a little seasonal food stand and the inside walls were made of cardboard and painted white. The land where the mini golf is now was part of the original property and sold at a later date.