The rules and basic concepts come from golf. Add an easy-to-use Frisbee. What happens? Well, the result is one of Carlton County’s increasingly popular games, of course. “Frisbee golf or...
The sidewalks in Cloquet have been buzzing lately with more residents out and about than usual. People hold their phones out in front of them, as if the device leads...
“Extremely competitive ... and fun.” That’s how event chairperson Mary Soyring described the seventh annual Cloquet Croquet Invitational. And although some teams may take the game very seriously, Soyring says the event is “extremely on the lighthearted side.” “There’s a lot of bantering and trash talking as each round goes forward,” she said, laughing.
Standing with their toes on the yellow striped line, the archers drew back their bows and took a deep breath. For a second, everything was still and silent as they...
When people think of summer, they often think of warm days, swimming at the lake, and grilling outside for dinner. What they don’t think of, however, is reading. Yet, the benefits of summer reading are so great that they will have people thinking again.
The newly-restored home located right across from the Cloquet Middle School may look like any other house to passers-by, but it’s not. In fact, the home contains years worth of history, as it was Cloquet’s first maternity hospital, founded and operated by R.M. Eppard, M.D from 1942-1956, among other things.
Cars lined the street miles down from the Mash-Ka-Wisen powwow grounds in Sawyer last weekend, as hundreds of people came together for the 23rd Annual Veteran’s Powwow. The ground vibrated with music from the drums as people danced around and around the arena all weekend long.