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Regarding the voucher, after much thought, Penney and her husband, Del Prevot, said they plan to use the voucher to go to Mahtowa 50 times.
“We didn’t have any individual qualifiers in the girls but we have a pretty young team so we’re hoping to see improvement next season,” Zimny said. “We are down on the numbers on both sides but this group is the nicest group of kids you could want.
A copy of the meeting notice and a copy of the redlined version of the Zoning Ordinance showing proposed deletions and additions can be downloaded from the city’s website at www.ci.cloquet.mn.us .
The medallion has been found! The winners, John, Carrie and Savannah, found the groundhog medallion about 9 a.m. on Friday, February 5 at Spafford Park. They are pictured here with...
With only five and a half staff members in the office, including two full-time writers, every single issue of the Pine Journal is built on the backs of community members along with our employees. So, citizens of Carlton County and the numerous Pine Journal contributors, we dedicate this issue of the Pine Journal and our General Excellence award to you.
The caller stated she was in the bedroom of the home with her boyfriend, and they could hear the sounds of someone moving around inside the residence and the sound of what they described as “dishes being broken.”
With smoke present on both floors of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College in Cloquet this morning, all students and staff were evacuated from the building for nearly an...
“I’m trying to talk, you do not have the floor. I’m tired of these meetings becoming a joke because of outbursts from people like you in the audience,” he said, noting that the board had other business to take care of in addition to trying to solve the tax issue. “It’s a huge problem,” Buytaert added about the miscalculation. “I can’t speak for everyone else, but I lose sleep over it just as much as you guys do. I don’t know what the right answer is, but a lot of negativity and being called a joke doesn’t help me solve that issue.”
A presentation and public meeting about the Highway 33 corridor through Cloquet quickly turned into a brainstorming session Thursday, with residents and business owners weighing in on a number of...
A new traveling exhibit, “Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations,” is coming to Cloquet. Developed in partnership by the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council, the Minnesota Humanities...