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When the club lacrosse teams in Duluth, Proctor and Hermantown decided to upgrade to high school programs at their respective schools, it was good news for the Twin Ports lacrosse...
University of Minnesota “wasp watcher” coordinator Jennifer Schultz will explain how local residents can help with the early detection of emerald ash borer at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, at the Carlton County Transportation Building, 1630 County Road 61, Carlton. The class fee is being waived to encourage participation of this beneficial program. Questions? Call the Extension Office at 218-384-3511. If you can’t make the meeting but would still like information, contact Schultz at 612-301-8310 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
On Jan. 6, Joe became the first Carlton County Drug Court graduate in a celebration that had people laughing and crying in the fourth floor courtroom. It was the first success story, and drug court team members are certain there are many more to come.
Superintendent Ken Scarbrough updated the board on the latest legal advice regarding the Springsted mistake during the work session, and again in the formal meeting at the urging of audience members.
“I personally would like to get community reaction before I make a decision whether to move forward or not,” board member Dave Battaglia said, when Scarbrough mentioned that the company wanted to work with community members if/after the board approves the proposal.
“Cold snow is slow snow,” Sorenson said. “It’s a slower race, the glide isn’t as good, your skis squeak a little and you know you aren’t moving like you can. Warm snow is the same way, so you like to be between 10 and 20 degrees.”
“You’ll be surprised at what an old man can build on his days off,” said Roger Tillman with a chuckle, adding that he got help building his giant snowman from a friend at the beginning and the very end.
Whether it’s alcohol, marijuana or another drug, Alano Society Board member Paul Carpenter says it isn’t really about which drug a person uses and abuses. It’s more about changing the thought process, regardless of which drug. The empathy and camaraderie a person finds at Alcoholics Anonymous, or Narcotic Anonymous meetings helps a lot with that.
The Carlton County Board of Commissioners spent its first meeting of the new year getting organized. Tom Proulx, District 3 commissioner, was elected chairperson of the board at its annual...
That’s simply unacceptable. Springsted needs to more than offer free advice to the school district. While the finance company wasn’t paid for creating the tax calculator, it did make $62,950 in fees for selling nearly $45.5 million in General Obligation School Building Bonds for the Cloquet School District. That money should go toward offsetting its mistake.