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On Monday, the Carlton County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to suspend the search for Lee’s replacement — which had gotten through one round of interviews, but not the second — and rehire Lee, who had worked for the county for more than 16 years and been PHHS director for 11.
Down the road from Veterans Park, the Northeastern Bar will host its annual car show from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July Fourth. At 4 p.m., across Cloquet Avenue from the park, the Carlton County Historical Society will hold an accordion concert inside at 4 p.m. The Beach will hold a “pool party” from noon to 3 p.m., and the Cloquet American Legion is hosting a Smear Tournament with all entry fees ($5 each) to be given back as prizes. People can also rent canoes at Spafford Park from Swiftwater Adventures and go for a paddle on the St. Louis River between noon and 5 p.m.
“The decision to relocate the house was a very difficult one for us. The house has been in our family for over 60 years and our son, David, grew up there. The three of us believe this solution is best for the long-term survival of the house,” Peter said in a statement provided to media earlier this month.
Carlton County Commissioner Dick Brenner called Moreland, her staff, the other counties and Moreland’s post-flood efforts “a godsend.” “She coordinated not only her office, but all the assessors who came to help,” he said. “Otherwise we probably never would have gotten all that done.”
PJ: We hear you'll play Veterans Park on the Fourth of July ... what would you tell people who aren't already fans about why they should get off the couch or leave the cabin to come see you? Dedric: Maybe they'll find the love of their life at the show. Maybe they'll realize they've been in a toxic relationship and that in fact it is none other than Boyd, the drummer, who they truly need in their lives, and not their current significant other. Maybe it's his gnarled patch of straw-like hair they want grazing their shoulder on a cold winter night. Maybe it's his rhythm they want to pass on to their children.
On Wednesday, Pallin will give two free 90-minute presentations on his trip at 3 and 5 p.m. in the auditorium at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College. He will talk about studying humpback whales, life at Palmer Station, and the various projects he worked on. The presentation will include short videos and photos of his time there. There will be a time for questions after the presentation.
Up to this point, most Cloquet residents have been unaware that eLogger even exists, unless they stumbled upon the business looking for the old Alamo Gun and Pawn Shop. Now tastefully remodeled, the eLogger building sits tucked away along Eighth Street, between Cloquet Avenue and Avenue B. “I can’t tell you how many pawn customers came in and we’d have to tell them, ‘Sorry, you can’t get a gun here,’” said Lingren, laughing.
Thumbs up to the city of Cloquet and all the people who worked on the park plans for the new and improved Pinehurst Park. While Pinehurst has always been the...
But will the Army National Guard’s motto — “Always Ready, Always There” — still hold true when the armory in Cloquet is vacated, as is proposed in a Readiness Center Transformation Master Plan (RCTMP) completed in January? Minnesota Army National Guard Colonel Larry Herke answered with an emphatic “Yes.”
Ever wanted to get a taste of ski jumping, pickleball and climbing, all within the same two-hour time frame and at absolutely no cost? Then head to Cloquet’s Pinehurst Park...