"This walk has been an important focus and connection for me," said Jo Angell, a mother who lost her son to suicide and who has been involved with the local Carlton County Suicide Prevention Task Force since its beginning. "It has been very helpful to have a special day where people come together, supporting each other and walking in remembrance of our loved ones; publicly stating the seriousness of suicide. We're all there for the same reason."
. She walks nicely on a leash and doesn't make too many mistakes in her kennel. She would do well in a home with children of all ages and other dogs, but a meet-and-greet with your current dog(s) is required before adoption.
The school boards are just thinking of themselves and mostly the power and pride that goes with it all, instead of what the kids really need and want.
The first period was back and forth for the two teams but ended at 0-0. The Wilderness out chanced the Bruins 7-5 with both goalies having their fair share of action.
He has a lot of energy and will do pretty much anything for a treat. He can sit and lay down and loves belly rubs and butt scratches.
They both had employment in town, and ran a beef farm in order to maintain a rural landscape, allowing them to raise their family on a farm, instilling in them a good work ethic and appreciation for the environment.
Thumbs up to the students and staff at the Cloquet Area Alternative Education Program and their partners in Restorative Practices. They really are changing the world with their circles: teaching kids how to own their mistakes and move on, how to relate to one another and their teachers, how to discuss problems and issues in a civil manner (even when they end up agreeing to disagree). Now think of the way these tiny circles of people will keep affecting other people as they grow up and move on.
. "It was still a hot and muggy run for people, but it was a successful day." It was certainly a great day for the overall 5K winner, Sam Jacobson of Cloquet, who led for most of the race and finished in 19:27. Jacobson is two-for-two this month.
p>Cloquet (4-0) will seek to continue its perfect start to the fall, but gritty Grand Rapids (2-2) will have something to say about that, having won the past two meetings between these schools.
The County Seat Theater Company is celebrating 30 years of community theater, producing over 100 shows during those that time. During this anniversary, CST is remaking just a few of its favorites, including Noel Coward's comedy "Blithe Spirit," which was originally produced in 2001 under the direction of Cheryl Kramer-Milder. This time around the show is being directed by Andy Roemhildt, who is making his directing debut at the same theater that got him started.