This weekend's CHS production of "Pride and Prejudice" offers plenty of wit, misunderstanding and romantic love from all directions, as the story is centered around a family with five daughters — all of them old enough to marry. The Bennet sisters, including the strong-willed, witty and clever Elizabeth, have been advised by their mother that there is only one goal worth attaining in life: Marry rich! <
The music swelled and receded, stopped and started and swirled around the clumps of students and teacher/clinicians in the audience in the brand new Moose Lake Schools auditorium Essentially, Moose Lake Schools put on a jazz festival Friday, but only for musicians.
Police received multiple reports of "a threat of violence" on social media Monday evening. According to a press release issued at 10:38 a.m. Tuesday, officers immediately began an investigation and search for the suspect. Early Tuesday morning, officers from the Fond du Lac and Cloquet police departments and the Carlton County Sheriff's Office located the suspect in a home on the Fond du Lac Reservation, just outside the city of Cloquet. After a brief confrontation with the residents in the house, he was taken into custody. Officers did not locate any weapons with the suspect when he was arrested.
The Cloquet School District robocalled parents Tuesday morning to inform them that doors at all schools would be locked and students kept inside because of a “general threat.”
There's a hidden motive behind the upcoming Crafters' Overstock Supply Sale, and it's not to declutter one's home.
Maijala explained that a girl fell during the mass start featuring dozens of skiers, and it caused a chain reaction. Skinnyski.com photos of the race at Soldier Hollow Nordic Center in Midway, Utah, show Maijala picking herself off the top of another skier while others do the same. The crash put Maijala and several other girls at the back of the pack.
Gail Marie Thompson, 64, was charged March 5 in Sixth District Carlton County Court with first and third-degree drug sale plus second- and fifth-degree drug possession — all felonies — as well as child endangerment, a gross misdemeanor.
The reaction from councilors and Mayor Dave Hallback was mixed. "This is a big change," Ward 2 Councilor David Bjerkness said. "When we make quick decisions, they're usually not very good." At Large Councilor Adam Bailey said his biggest concern was timing, as Cloquet residents and businesses are now paying taxes for a new middle school, and looking at a possible $14 million fire hall if the state Legislature approves the Cloquet Area Fire District request in a bonding bill during this session.
If Gov. Mark Dayton gets his wish, the "Land of 10,000 Lakes" could someday claim to be the "Land of 10,000 Clean Lakes and great drinking water." But not now. That's because more than 40 percent of Minnesota's waters are currently listed as impaired or polluted, and more and more rural drinking water systems are having to deal with nitrate contamination and other issues.
Cloquet School Board members voted unanimously to approve a contract with Cary, who is currently director of curriculum and instruction for Duluth Public Schools. Board Chair Ted Lammi said there was a lot of "back and forth negotiations" with Cary, and the final contract was a compromise. "He'd done a lot of research," Lammi said. "We did too. By the end, everyone's numbers [worked out]."