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Former Cloquet Schools Superintendent Russ Smith still remembers when he and Dick Brenner started the Cloquet Educational Foundation (and its mission of providing funds for additional learning opportunities for Cloquet...
Board member Hawk Huard responded that he thought taxpayers just want the district to be open and up front with them, to “make sure they know as much as we do,” Huard said.
“The dog will chase the invention around and you get to have fun with your remote controlled car,” said Johnson, who owns both a cat and a dog and spoke with the voice of experience. “Your dog gets some exercise and you don’t have to pick up that slimy toy and throw it over and over again. Also people with disabilities who can’t physically throw a toy for the dog can use it, or people who are elderly who can’t take their dogs out for a walk.”
In 2010, Carlton County child protection workers took 689 calls about possible child abuse or neglect. Five years later, in 2015, the number of calls had increased to 1,833. Now...
“The students gave the performance of their high school careers, but East Central's "The Fifth Sun" took first and advanced to the State Festival this Thursday at St. Kate’s,” Lilly said, adding that the tea cup and cake stayed on the Cat in the Hat's hat, the blue-haired Things flew kites around the stage, and the irritable fish survived the whole traumatic ordeal.
Regarding the voucher, after much thought, Penney and her husband, Del Prevot, said they plan to use the voucher to go to Mahtowa 50 times.
“We didn’t have any individual qualifiers in the girls but we have a pretty young team so we’re hoping to see improvement next season,” Zimny said. “We are down on the numbers on both sides but this group is the nicest group of kids you could want.
A copy of the meeting notice and a copy of the redlined version of the Zoning Ordinance showing proposed deletions and additions can be downloaded from the city’s website at www.ci.cloquet.mn.us .
The medallion has been found! The winners, John, Carrie and Savannah, found the groundhog medallion about 9 a.m. on Friday, February 5 at Spafford Park. They are pictured here with...
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