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The investigation began Nov. 29, 2013, when DNR Conservation Officer Luke Coatt of Wealthwood received a Turn-In-Poachers (TIP) complaint of several deer taken illegally during the 2013 firearm deer season. Croatt and an Aitkin County deputy familiar with the individuals involved began conducting interviews and discovered a pattern of illegal behavior.
Gary “Hawk” Huard almost lost his position as Cloquet School Board chair Tuesday, but then — as did his opponent, Duane Buytaert — he voted for himself.
While the larger Boldt Company is celebrating its 126th year in business, the local office was born out of the Potlatch Mill expansion, a three-year project which began in 1978.
A crowd of about 80 people got a much different tour than a new student might at Cloquet Middle School Tuesday night.
The mission? Figure out and test science experiments to be conducted in microgravity on the International Space station … oh, and make sure everything is small enough to fit in a device about the size of a six-inch-long straw.
A recent lake sturgeon population study in Lake of the Woods and the Rainy River illustrates the slow, steady sturgeon population recovery owing to cleaner water, effective fishing regulations and...
A power outage in northern Carlton County this morning was widespread but brief.
On varsity since her freshman year, Kaylee Parks is a proven Nordic skier, but with this winter’s weather, it seems the Cloquet senior has been on the road more than...
Voters will have a chance to witness exactly why the Cloquet School Board and administrators want a new middle school next week.
Cloquet’s Premiere Theatres made the news over the holidays for owner Rick Stowell’s decision to show Sony’s controversial film, “The Interview.”