"Our expert, Thaddeus McCamant, says we have approximately 15,000 pounds of berries this year," said Jason Amundsen, co-owner of the farm.
The original circulation desk that once greeted library patrons at the old Shaw Memorial Library is now back in its home place, greeting visitors as they enter the museum. When the Shaw Memorial Library building was built in 1919, after the 1918 fire destroyed the first library building on the same spot, the new building featured quarter-sawn white-oak woodwork, library shelves and a 16-foot-long front desk.
He loves to be petted and receive lots of attention. His absolute favorite thing to do is sleep under blankets.
Collin Trout, son of Kellie and Phillip Trout of Barnum, has been named to the dean's list for the 2017 spring semester at Saint John's University. Trout is a first-year chemistry major at SJU. To be included on the dean's list, students must have a semester grade-point average of at least 3.80. Olivia Rengo, daughter of Todd and Sandy Rengo of Esko, has been named to the dean's list for the 2017 spring semester at the College of Saint Benedict. Rengo is a first-year nursing major at CSB. Students must have a semester grade-point average of at least 3.80 to be recognized.
The Star Tribune's Top Workplaces recognizes the best companies in Minnesota based on employee opinions measuring engagement, organizational health, and job satisfaction.
It was a terrific day of golf and fun, raising funds to support the Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys hockey team with new equipment, meeting travel needs and promoting good sportsmanship for players and fans.
They, the women of our fighting men, need the acknowledgement of a damn good job through thick and thin, and even war. Our women stood tall and proud — so give them an "atta girl."
The video highlights significant maintenance problems with the existing Carlton school facilities, and the secondary school in particular. While the facilities are clearly a problem, the Aug. 8 referendum narrowly defines the nature of the complex problems in the district, and offers the wrong solution.
Pulla, also known as cardamom bread, nisu or Finnish biscuit, is a braided sweet bread served in many Scandinavian homes. It was one of Emma Olson's favorite breads to bake for the Carlton County Farmers Market, and one of the most popular with her customers. Emma, a founding member of the Market, was always willing to share her baking and preserving knowledge.
"This is our 20th year in business," said Barbara Higton, who owns the campground with her husband, Bill, and her mother-in-law, Linde. "The campground is 20 acres, but only 12 acres are developed. That leaves lots of grassy area for activities and sports."