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“I was so impressed with how hardy northern Minnesotans are!” said organizer and phy ed teacher Patty Rothamel, noting that a total of 218 kids and adults participated in the annual event at the Cloquet High School track.
The State Patrol accident report obtained by the Pine Journal said Padgett’s autopsy report showed a blood [alcohol] level of .060 at the time of his death, and all other drug screens came back negative. The crash summary says the crash happened “due to the fact that Joshua Padgett was driving inattentively while under the influence of alcohol.”
On Thursday, May 19, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell will deliver the commencement address at the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College 2016 Commencement Ceremony. Secretary Jewell...
Other grants helped with things such as the Lego robotics program, the Power Lunch reading program, GeoBee, Link Crew, Knowledge Bowl, Do It Right Club, Inventor’s Congress, science fair research projects, graphing calculators for students in need, Destination Imagination, after school programming for at-risk kids and more.
CLOQUET PLANNING COMMISSION *** More than 40 residents crowded into the Cloquet Council Chambers Tuesday for hearings on three different projects, but saved all their comments for the 70-unit mostly...
The Minnesota Wilderness junior hockey team announced Wednesday that head coach Corey Millen and assistant coach Josh Petrich will not return next season. Millen, a Cloquet native who played for...
The Cloquet Planning Commission will have an action-packed meeting Tuesday evening, with two proposed apartment buildings on the agenda, as well as a Friends of Animals request that would allow...
A public information meeting on the possible development of a Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) landfill at the current SKB Environmental/Shamrock industrial landfill site in the city of Cloquet is set for 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 10, at the Carlton County Transportation Building at 1630 County Road 61, Carlton. MSW landfills contain the kind of household garbage that residents roll out to the curb each week.
“He stated that he was disappointed he didn’t see any movement on the value,” Moreland reported, explaining that Schultz thought the two sides had agreed to further reduce the assessed value for 2016. “But it was my impression that we were setting it at $47.6 million and that was going to be our value going forward.” Moreland said Schultz said he expected the 2016 value to split the difference between the $47.6 million and the $41.8 million number that Sappi would like to see, reducing the assessed value by another $2.9 million.
“Overall it was a great experience for everyone to see what the World Robotic Tournament was like,” said team member and official photographer Tyler Northey.