But Hallback and the city may have erred during the same meeting when they selected Stracek's interim replacement — and bypassed the department's two commanders — during closed session, without any open discussion.
"It's like your last warning, time to figure out and make changes or succumb," added Matteen, who is helping promote prediabetes prevention programs in the region as part of Healthy Northland. "And we really don't want people to succumb." Foss-Tietz frames prediabetes as "an opportunity" to prevent or delay the onset of diabetes, which is recognized as one of the leading causes of death and disability in the United States.
This year, he said some parents approached him. He asked them to see where the other parents stood on the idea. "It was clear the vast majority of U-10, U-12 and returning varsity players support the decision to stay in single-A for the next two years," he said, adding that people had a chance to speak for or against the idea. "After that, I discussed it with the coaches and the administration and everyone was supportive."
Teachers often talk about the way DI blends STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) education with problem solving and social entrepreneurship. Others — mostly students — will tell you it's just plain fun. <
Former Cloquet Police Chief Wade Lamirande was Deputy Police Chief when Fritsinger was hired. "Brian is a true professional and one of the best public employees that I have ever served with," said Lamirande. "He is dedicated, often arriving at city hall hours before the office opened to the public and stayed hours after it was closed. He always had an open door policy for both the public city employees. He built positive working relationships with city staff and the business community."
It wasn't until the Carlton School District started examining its school facility options that the district discovered it doesn't officially own the 40-acre school forest adjacent to South Terrace Elementary School.
Stunts and tricks are part of both types of freestyle ski competitions: slopestyle, which features tricks off and on both jumps and rails and rail jam, which is all about the rails, but still includes plenty of flips and spins along with other tricks and style elements that are meticulously scored by judges. Learning all these tricks does come with a certain amount of risk. Tyler points to a scar above his eyebrow where he broke his skull in two places doing a backflip on the trampoline, which is where they train in the backyard in the summer months.