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Councilors and the Mayor are sending a message that the recession is over and it’s time to invest in the city again.
Writer, poet, playwright, performer and columnist Jim Northrup appears to be the Fond du Lac Band’s de facto cultural ambassador. Want to meet him? Northrup will be be at the Pine Journal office from 10-11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 19 for a book signing. The Pine Journal office is located in West End Cloquet at 122 Avenue C.
Since Cloquet resident Pete Radosevich requested that the city investigate train quiet zones, City Planner Al Cottingham and the members of the Planning Commission have been busy doing exactly that.
.Reading this week’s story about Cloquet resident Stephen James Smith, it feels like Smith got a “buy one, get two free” sentence for his crimes.
A Cloquet investment and insurance advisor pleaded guilty last week to insurance fraud and theft by misrepresentation and agreed to pay $110,000 in restitution to the client he is accused of defrauding.
School began for most Cloquet students last Wednesday, and principals reported the new school is off to a good start at Monday’s Cloquet School Board meeting.
Cloquet City Councilors and Mayor Bruce Ahlgren will likely vote on a preliminary city budget and property tax levy at the 7 p.m. Sept. 16 City Council meeting.
It may have taken 68 years, but Paul Pohlman finally got to Minnesota to visit his Army buddy, Lewis Klejewski, in Cloquet.
Even Mother Nature joined in Cloquet’s first “Light Up the Night” 5K Run/Walk, brightening the sky with far-away lightning while walkers and runners found other ways to make themselves glow in the dark.
Rural Cloquet residents Dorin Langley and David Olson left Tuesday’s Cloquet City Council work session much happier than when they arrived.