You wish to hear about the big fire? Seated comfortably in your easy-chairs you want to partake of those horrible experiences that are seared in words of fire in the memories of the survivors? Well then, listen to the tale of one who was in the very midst of that inferno and only by the mercy of God came through alive. ----------------
The St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center, the Depot, is celebrating President’s Day on Monday February 19, 2018 with a showing of the popular winter dog sled epic Iron Will. The feature length film will be shown in the Depot Theatre at 10AM and again at 2PM on Monday and is free with regular Depot Admission .
The Carlton County Historical Society will host a book reception for its new 1918 fire book "Fire Speaks Our Words" at 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18, at the museum in Cloquet. The recently published book is a collection of original meditations on the fires of 1918. The reception Sunday will include an acknowledgement of authors who contributed to this book by presenting them with a book and honorarium.
MEN'S BASKETBALL Saturday, Feb. 10 FDLTCC 92, Hibbing 82 FDLTCC — Raymond White 29, Eric Grant 16, Saivon Parker 14, Dwayne Saunders 13, Jessie Ellerbe 11, Alex Walther 7, Tristan Snow 2. 3-point goals - White 6, Grant 3, Ellerby 1, Walther 1, Saunders 1, Parker 1.
JUNIOR HOCKEY Friday, Feb. 9 MN Wilderness 2, Janesville Jets 1 (SO) First period - No scoring. Second period - 1. JJ, Jack Vincent (Matt Hanewall, Matt Barbolini) 4:02. Third period - 2. MNW, Eric Gotz (Nicholas Michel) 17:07. Overtime - No scoring. Shootout Janesville: Sam Renlund - no goal; Jakov Novak - no goal; Matt Hanewall - no goal; Brenden MacLaren - no goal. Shootout Wilderness: Eric Gotz - no goal; Edward Lindelow - no goal; Gino Lucia - no goal; Luke Dow - goal.
GIRLS HOCKEY Thursday, Feb. 8 Section 7A Quarterfinals Hibbing-Chisholm 1, Cloquet-Esko-Carlton 0 First period — No scoring. Second period — No scoring. Third period — No scoring. First overtime — No scoring. Second overtime — No scoring. Third overtime — No scoring. Fourth overtime — 1. Allie Bussey (Emma Lundell, Courtney Anderson), 1:30. Saves — Abby Edstrom, HC, 37; Elise Lund, CEC, 36. International Falls 3, Moose Lake Area 1
GIRLS BASKETBALL Thursday, Feb. 8 Hibbing 55, Cloquet 40 Cloquet — Carmen Foss 10, Abbey Collins 2, Kendra Kelley 9, Vanna Kelley 3, Allie Wojtysiak 12, Olivia Diver 4. 3-point goal — K. Kelley. Cromwell-Wright 48, Floodwood 45 CW — Shaily Hakamaki 16, Teana Hakamaki 22, Liz Risacher 6, Amber Lehti 4. 3-point goals — S. Hakamaki 2, T. Hakamaki 6, Risacher 2. Barnum 73, Moose Lake-Willow River 60
BOYS HOCKEY Friday, Feb. 9 Southwest Christian 6, Moose Lake Area 0 First period — No scoring. Second period — 1. Nic Gustafson (Cullen O'Connell, Caleb Carlson), 3:41 (pp). Third period — 2. Gustafson, 0:24; 3. Josh Anderson, 2:12; 4. Carlson (Kyle Baker, Jeremiah Konkel), 6:20; 5. Mason Hardacre (Anderson), 15:33; 6. Konkel (Hardacre, Jack Velasco), 16:13. Saves — Lukas Haugen, SWC, 15; Danny Whited, MLA, 43. Saturday, Feb. 10
He loves being around other kitties and would do well in any home. He is quite the social butterfly and is always looking for someone to love him.