A Cloquet resident had an eye-opening experience as he drove to work early one recent morning. "I was headed towards Scanlon on Carlton Avenue on my way to work," said Andy Haga. "I heard a loud bang and didn't know what happened until I saw the window. I'm glad the windows are tinted so glass didn't go flying everywhere." Haga's passenger side window had been shot with either a BB or a pellet gun as he sat at the stop sign on Carlton Avenue at 4:10 a.m. Monday, July 31.
"This will bring us into the 21st century. Our communities have always been behind the times with non-Indian communities," said Secretary/treasurer Ferdinand Martineau. Sawyer District II Representative Bruce Savage talked business. "I have been a small-business man in this community for over 20 years and within the community of Sawyer I can name a minimum of eight tribal members who also have small businesses in this community," Savage said. "In today's competitive world for business, this is a huge movement towards letting them have access." He added that he has been paying outrageous internet fees that don't work.
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"Two towns are incredible: Moose Lake and Sturgeon Lake are very ATV friendly," said Sloan. "While we do have some trails, the counties around us are unrestricted and would like to see us be the same."
> Wuollet was nervous during the recording. He had to sit in a soundproof room and listen to background music while singing instead of playing his own guitar. "It's tough, I have never recorded into a mic like that before," said Wuollet. "I had to try to hear myself sing. It's difficult!" Wuollet said he had a mild stroke several years ago and sometimes has problems remembering words to songs. The men listened to several bands during Wuollet's visit. "The talent down there was unbelievable," said Wuollet with awe.
"If they haven't braked before the bridge, they won't have another chance before the intersection if the road is icy," said a concerned audience member. "There is no second chances if they are over the bridge." "That's poor driving because they will have passed advanced signage," said Larson. "If you are still going that fast driving in icy conditions that is behavior... we can't design something perfect for that type of behavior."
. New this year is "jazz at the historical Oldenburg House" and school referendum meetings as well as tours of the two city schools. A lot of running goes on during Carlton Daze, which features children's races, a 5K and a 50-mile race.
> Come enjoy the final hot summer night with Jillian Rae — a multi-talented violinist, vocalist and songwriter — as she wraps up the 2017 series from 7-9 p.m. tonight (Thursday, July 27).
One vegetable that will not be found in the garden is beets. "The only time I have had a problem with deer is with beets," said Kalenda. "When the beets were just ready to be harvested and made into beet pickles, the deer would come pull them all up and eat the bottoms and tops."
The new vests are superior to the standard soft vests (which basically protect against pistols) provided by most law enforcement agencies. The Shield616 vests can go over the soft vests to protect against bullets fired from rifles.