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A Cloquet woman charged in Carlton County Court Jan. 8 with attempted murder in the first degree in the shooting of her estranged husband will have her omnibus hearing Jan. 30 instead of Jan. 16. Marie Margaret Majerle, 36, is accused of going to the Cloquet home of her husband, Richard Alan Majerle, 38, Jan. 6 and, after they had spent some time together, confronting him in the sauna with a semi-automatic rifle. Richard Majerle was listed in serious condition at Essentia Health-St.
Not many people have their family name in the Urban Dictionary, a web-based dictionary of slang words and phrases mostly provided by readers. Faye Henagin does. In the Urban Dictionary, "Henagin" is defined verbatim as "the massively, enormous family native to central minnesota. generally related to everyone some way or another. product of one ancester having a hundred dayum kids. Of Irish descent. Holy shenanigans, that girl is a Henagin, Watch out for her family, man!" Although she isn't certain, Henagin figures there's a good chance that definition was written about her family.
Slow down and increase the distance between your vehicle and others on the road today, because it's slick out there. According to the Duluth State Patrol District, between 6 and 11:50 a.m.
Duluth may boast a group of highway intersections known as the "can of worms," but Cloquet has its own "hornets' nest." That's what Cloquet City Engineer Jim Prusak called the intersection of Highway 33, Doddridge Avenue and Big Lake Road in a presentation to the Cloquet City Council Tuesday night.
A Sandstone man was charged Tuesday in Carlton County Court with making terroristic threats. Forrest Michael St. John, 20, faces a total of six charges, including two counts of felony terroristic threats (defined in this case as "threatening to commit a crime of violence with the purpose of terrorizing another"), two misdemeanor fifth-degree assault charges, underage consumption and obstructing the legal process. According to the criminal complaint: Cloquet police officers were dispatched to a Cloquet fast food restaurant at approximately midnight Jan.
Some financially savvy folks may be wondering why their sales tax receipts in Cloquet are not showing an additional half percent sales tax yet. Don't worry, it's coming. Cloquet City Councilors and Mayor Bruce Ahlgren passed an ordinance at last week's Cloquet City Council meeting amending the city code as it relates to special taxes - in this case the Local Option Sales Tax approved by voters in November - a move that will allow the Minnesota Department of Revenue to begin collecting the half-percent sales tax in April. Cloquet voters approved the creation of a local option sales tax by a
In addition to cancelling schools around the region (see list at bottom of this story), Cloquet has also cancelled three events this evening: the high school wrestling meet scheduled against Aitkin as well as a girls varsity basketball game against Proctor. The boys hockey game against Eden Prairie set for tonight in Cloquet is also cancelled. As well, the Esko basketball game vs. Floodwood has been postponed due to weather. New game time and date is Tuesday February 5, 2013 at Floodwood at 7:15 p.m. The National Weather Service issued a freezing rain advisory for Northeast Minnesota.
A Cloquet woman was charged in Carlton County Court Tuesday with attempted murder in the first degree in the shooting of her estranged husband. Marie Margaret Majerle, 36, is accused of going to the Cloquet home of her husband, Richard Alan Majerle, 38, early Sunday and, after they had spent some time together, confronting him in the sauna with a semi-automatic rifle. Marie Majerle is also charged with removing or altering a serial number on a firearm. Richard Majerle was listed in serious condition at Essentia Health-St. Mary's Medical Center on Monday.
The Cloquet-Esko-Carlton Nordic Ski team has a home meet today at Pine Valley, starting at 11 a.m. with boys varsity, then girls varsity, then the junior varsity races. Support the ski team in beautiful Pine Valley.
The problem is the people who absolutely will not give an inch. Whether you're talking about the fiscal cliff fiasco in Congress, the abortion versus choice debate or gun control, 90 percent of the population would be willing to compromise in the name of common sense. But the 10 percent are always trying to scare you. A woman's right to choose [to have an abortion] should be absolute, the letters from the National Organization for Women (NOW) told me in my 20s, urging me to send letters to my elected representatives in Congress. I think I did send a couple; then I got too busy with life to