A 15-year-old girl died in a rollover crash on Interstate 35 in Carlton County on Saturday afternoon. The Minnesota State Patrol reported Sunday that Heather Rose Doucette of Zimmerman, Minn., was a passenger in a 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer that was traveling north on I-35 when the driver lost control of the vehicle, causing the it to go into the median and roll multiple times.
With the creation of a regional newsroom and a larger reporting pool as goals, Publisher Neal Ronquist has announced that the Pine Journal’s office in Cloquet will close permanently Friday, Jan. 19, at 4 p.m. Ronquist emphasized that all of the Pine Journal’s employees will continue publishing the weekly newspaper with news and sports stories from Cloquet and elsewhere in Carlton County — and that readers will not experience any changes or interruptions to their paper or its delivery.
A 66-year-old Cloquet woman died Sunday after she was hit by a vehicle. Cloquet authorities responded to a report of a crash at the intersection of 20th Street and Washington Avenue just after 9 a.m., the Cloquet Police Department said in a news release. An off-duty Cloquet firefighter performed CPR on the victim, but the woman died from her injuries, police said.
One of the dogs — a pit bull named Princess — had blood on her nose and paw, the complaint states. The other dogs were a German shepherd/pit bull mix named Bandit, and a pit bull named Obie. The dogs were surrendered to Friends of Animals Humane Society. Cloquet police Cmdr. Derek Randall said Tuesday that the dogs face potential euthanization. <
A 50-year-old Woodbury, Minn., man was seriously injured in an all-terrain vehicle rollover crash Friday in Carlton County. The Carlton County Sheriff's Office reported that deputies were called to the...
A 49-year-old Cromwell man died from injuries suffered when the car he was driving struck a horse on Minnesota Highway 210 in Carlton County on Sunday night. The accident was...
While it won't be a crippling storm, the snow will have the potential to complicate travel in the region leading up to Christmas.