Cloquet High School sophomore Claire Taubman and her project, "Daphnia magna ingestion of microplastics (avoidance vs. consumption)," as well as juniors Morgan Smith and Jordin Weisz and their research project, "The effect of ibuprofen contaminated sediment on benthic community diversity and survival, reproduction, and avoidance of contaminated sediment in Boundary Waters sediment and Lake Superior water," were selected to attend the International Sustainable World (Energy, Engineering, & Environment) Project Olympiad (ISWEEEP) in Houston, Texas.
Mya Fairbanks and Pery Affias and their project, "What Effect do Salinity Levels have on Romaine Lettuce Growth using Hydroponics," was the only project selected in the nation for the first-place award.
We have so many great things happening in our county that we need to continue to promote, including schools, parks and recreational activities. I'd like to see the county look for ways to continue to improve the quality of life for our employees and citizens, including a goal of substantial health and economic benefits, now and in the future. <
> Moose Lake Elementary School and Winterquist Elementary in Esko participated in the evaluation and are featured in the report. <
I arrived to FOA as a stray and my family never came for me, so I am ready to find that very special forever home that I can retire to. I am around 8-10 years old, but don't let that fool you because I still act as if I were a teenager.
I feel fortunate to have lived in the days of great dance bands and dance halls.
After a slow start to the season (going 0-4 at the NAHL Showcase), the Wilderness have started to find the consistency they have been looking for with this year's group of players. With only five returning players, the Wilderness have started to see both veterans and first-year players emerge as leaders.
And even if the boys aren't as thrilled as they once were, they come with well mannered smiles, game to join in the annual family tradition. It's just what they do.
Hazel is a 1-1/2-year-old American pit-bull terrier mix who is calm and loving. A home where she is the only pet would be best. She does well on walks, but a fenced-in yard would be best because she'll chase things. She is crate trained and house-trained.
Kortney Johnson and Jason Calhoun of Barnum, Minn., announce the birth of their son, Braxton Allen Johnson, born at 2:23 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, at Community Memorial Hospital in Cloquet, Minn. Braxton weighed 9 pounds, 6 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Dan and Stacey Johnson of Barnum. Paternal grandparents are Charles and Diane Calhoun of Barnum.