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ESKO -- Ashley Bergerson admitted she doesn't stand on her tippy toes to make herself look any taller than she is. That's because at a slender 5-foot-10, the Esko junior forward is already the tallest player on her basketball team. Girls basketball for the Eskomos will look different this season without the presence of Minnesota's tallest-ever prep player -- 6-foot-9 Savanna Trapp. However, Bergerson and her teammates return to ensure the results won't change. Esko has had to change their entire starting five, due to graduation, including the towering Trapp, now at UCLA.
Ezra Szczyrbak sang at his high school choir concert Monday evening, but it's the 6-foot-5, 240-pound Moose Lake senior's voice that's best heard from the football field. Szczyrbak is in the field of 10 Mr. Football finalists to be honored Sunday, Dec. 8, at the Doubletree Hotel in St.
MOOSE LAKE -- Survival mode. Along the sports spectrum, it's on the opposite end from Beast Mode. Survival mode is where the Moose Lake Area's boys hockey team found itself last season. The team endured one lopsided loss after another. They opened the campaign with just nine players. A school-hall recruiting effort bolstered the roster with former youth hockey players, some years removed from their last ice time, and even football players, who joined the fray out of devotion to school and classmates.
CLOQUET -- When she was growing up, Claudia Turner can vividly remember dribbling a basketball down in her family's basement. Her father, Keith, only allowed her to use her left hand. Last summer, faced with her decision on where to play women's collegiate basketball, Claudia chose Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, where Keith can once again give her a helping hand. Both father and daughter are intricate parts to the Thunder, as freshman Claudia is the team's starting point guard, while Keith -- also the school's fourth-year athletic director and football coach -- serves as the team
It's been nearly 14 months since the deaths of Carlton County Highway Department workers Mitch Lingren and Zachary Gamache and the arrest of Vanessa Brigan, who was charged with two counts of criminal vehicular homicide and accused of driving under the influence of methadone in the accident that took the men's lives. Since then, the topic of methadone, its efficacy, and the way the synthetic opioid is employed in the treatment of opioid dependency has remained an active one in local and regional media.
The following cases were heard in Carlton County Court on November 1, 2013: NELSON, MATTHEW DUANE Birth Date: 08/24/1995 2147 County Road 3 Wrenshall ,MN 55797 Carlton County Sheriff's Office 09-VB-13-2714 Citation: 0900011327101 Badge #: 62229 1 09/28/2013 Traffic-Inattentive Driving (Misdemeanor) 169.14.1 169141 Offense: Cloquet Plea 11/01/2013 Guilty Disposition 11/01/2013 Convicted Court Decision 11/01/2013 Payable without appearance Fees - Adult (Grand Total $125.00) Due 11/1/2013 Fine: $40.00 Fees: (Fees Total: $85.00) Criminal Surcharge: $75.00 Law Library:
The following cases were heard in Carlton County Court on October 31, 2013: ASPERHEIM, LENA MARIE Age 34 2635 County Road 35 Barnum, MN 55707 Carlton County Sheriff's Office Citation: 000700001444 Badge #: 2229 1 01/05/2013 Domestic Assault-Misdemeanor-Intentionally Inflicts/Attempts to Inflict Bodily Harm (Misdemeanor) 609.2242.1(2) 609224212 Offense: Barnum Plea 01/24/2013 Not guilty Disposition 10/31/2013 Dismissed ASPERHEIM, LENA MARIE Age 34 2635 County Road 35 Barnum, MN 55707 Carlton County Sheriff's Office 09-CR-13-504 Citation: 090000001022 Badge #
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church will host their Annual Turkey Bingo on Saturday, Nov. 23, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Cromwell Park Pavilion (note new location). Lunch will be served. Community members are welcome. The Sno-Gohpers still have some pasties left so if you'd like some, call Tina Johnson at the bank, Dawn Lippo or Kenny Koivisto to get some while they last. Yearbooks are now on sale. The price for the yearbook is $50 per book. If you buy on or before Dec.
I have a friend who wondered out loud on Facebook whether it was weird for her to be excited about the purchase of a new vacuum cleaner. There can be only one answer to an outrageous question like this: H-E-double toothpicks, no! A vacuum is worthy of a fair amount of hoopla. It is a nearly-essential household appliance, albeit not a major one, but in a similar position of importance as a crockpot or coffee maker.
To the Editor: I am a volunteer for over 35 years at the Carlton Nursing Home/Inter-Faith Care Center. In 2008, I received the adult Volunteer of the Year award from the Care Providers of Minnesota for my work there. I still go there twice a week to volunteer because I care. I am writing because I feel that Inter-Faith Care Center has changed. The atmosphere doesn't feel as warm and friendly as it was -- there seems to be tension in the air. I've heard claims that the staff members are overworked and short-handed.