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The fact that the Army Corps of Engineers must still approve the school district’s wetland remediation plan for the .55 acres of wetland on the site could cause some issues with the site work, Scarbrough said, after explaining that the city, county and state has already approved the wetlands remediation plans.
Cloquet schools are back in session today, after having Wednesday off for snow and Thursday because of a malware attack on the district's computer system. The extra day off of...
On Wednesday, the weather forecast made closing schools a no brainer, but Cloquet also canceled school Thursday because the district is under seige ... by a computer virus known as...
“People think running lights are good enough, but that’s just your headlights, not your tail lights. A lot of accidents in these situations are rear-end accidents, where it’s too late by the time someone sees a car is stopped and the hit their brakes and slide and crash,” he added.
With a winter storm warning now predicting rain, ice and up to 14 inches of snow on Wednesday into Thursday, a number of area schools are already declaring Wednesday, March...
“There’s a name for people without beards … WOMEN.” Check out the full photo page of the Mahtowa Beard and Mustache Contest at TJ’s Country Corner in the printed version of the Pine Journal.
Local skiers and ski jumpers had a blast at the annual Cloquet City Ski and Jump Meet March 5. “It’s a unique hill,” said Patrick Kruegel, 48, a master ski jumper from Minneapolis, before proceeding to rattle off all the reasons for the unique nature of the jumps in Cloquet.
The mother of a neighboring family was abusing alcohol and drugs, and because of that substance abuse, she couldn’t feed her children. The kids would come to Lund’s house for conversation and food, and she would help them.
There was a time when putting a tablet or laptop computer in the hands of every secondary student sounded like science fiction or at least an expensive private school, but...
DeMenge had worked 15 years as an LPN, then she worked 15 years doing both ER and surgery nursing. In 2004, when the new emergency room and surgical suites were completed, she chose to work exclusively in surgery.