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Read the longer version of the interview with Ward 3 candidate Dakota Koski.
Read the longer version of the interview with Ward 3 candidate Randy Flynn.
Read the longer version of the interview that appeared in the Aug. 2 issue of the Pine Journal.
Read the longer version of the interview published in the Aug. 2 issue of the Pine Journal.
Read the longer version of the interview that ran in the Aug. 2 issue of the Pine Journal.
Read the longer version of the interviews that appeared in the Aug. 2 issue of the Pine Journal.
The forum is 7-9 p.m. at Cloquet City Hall. The only local candidate forum in advance of the primary, it will include candidates for three Cloquet races — mayor, Ward 3 councilor and At Large councilor — as well as the District 4 county commissioner race.
p>MC: I was curriculum director in Duluth when I was approached and told there was an opening. I didn't know I was going to apply — it was an interesting opportunity. So I started asking people (who lived or worked in Cloquet) what they thought of the schools and the community. I kept getting kind of the same repetitive glowing response: The schools were great, that the community was highly supportive, that it was just a great place to live and work and go to school.
"We come up with new ideas and build on last year's project," explained Weisz. "If we look at how a species reacts to ibuprofen one year, we're like what would happen with multiple species or how can we remove the contamination. "It was a really good ending point because we've been documenting the problem for so long and now we found a solution to it." <
Despite the morning rain, the Cloquet Fourth of July festivities will go on as planned. According to the National Weather Service, the worst if it will be over well in advance of the 11 am start time for the parade. The 10:30 am race downtown is also happening as scheduled “This is Minnesota; we get rain,” said July Fourth committee member Jana Peterson. “People just need to dress accordingly. And, of course, go inside a car or building if it turns into more than that. We have a whole days worth of events planned so we can wait out a storm.”