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When Commissioner Tom Proulx asked Lake where she suggested the money for the study come from, she said her department did not have the money in its budget. “I know it’s a lot of money, but we have to do something with our jail,” she said.
“I hired some retired ladies to make jackets; those were the first things we made under the K1 label,” Ketola said, revealing that the name was suggested by a fellow softball player during a post-game bar conversation.
“We are offering a free meal and childcare, because we want as much input as we can get, including and especially from people who are worried or concerned that the district may be headed in the wrong direction,” Carman said. “Their input is valid too.”
MnDOT urges drivers to use the 511 traveler information system website and phone app to plan their travel. The system provides road and winter driving conditions for the entire state and links to National Weather Service information. The system is available at www.511mn.org or by dialing 511. Motorists can also download the free 511 app on their smartphones and other mobile devices.
On top of her Christmas gift giving, Maki has a new goal. She wants to create a completely handicapped accessible home for sick, disabled, low-income individuals in the community, where they will have access to needed support services, along with a hot tub and sauna to help them battle their chronic illnesses. She has thought a lot about how her home would be different, and she knows there is a need.
The collision involving Nathan Gould was far from the only accident Friday, although it was the only one resulting in a fatality. Cloquet Area Fire District responded to six accidents in less than 10 minutes in a 1.5-mile stretch of Interstate-35 after the rains changed to snow late Friday morning.
Cloquet Schools Superintendent Ken Scarbrough explained during the Cloquet School Board meeting Monday that the new entry way will allow the school, after a certain time in the day, to route all traffic through the new, more secure entrance where they have to pass through the receptionist’s office and be cleared to gain entrance into the main school.
“From there we got him in a four-wheeler and transported him out to an ambulance,” Kolodge said, adding that the man was “very hypothermic” by that time. They packed him in heat packs and used warm intravenous fluids while still in the ambulance, and his condition improved on the way to St. Mary’s Essentia Hospital in Duluth, Kolodge said.
Northlanders, stay home if you can and enjoy the season's first snowstorm from inside or on foot, as slippery conditions are causing multiple accidents across the Northland, particularly on Interstate...
With line crews and equipment positioned across its service territory, Minnesota Power sent out a press release to assure customers that the power company is prepared for heavy, wet snow...