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.
I'm referring to a column by retired economist Ann Markusen, "Making sense of tax reform" in the Nov. 30 issue. How in the world can anyone "know" what the tax bill will do before it is passed? She must be able to see into the future. The reason I think this is a hate column is there is nothing but negativity in it. To claim "most economists" are skeptical is not true.
Learning how electronics work lets you be a creator, not just a user. Learning about electronics also sharpens your problem-solving skills, provides a foundation for STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields.
All Carlton County offices will be closed Friday, Dec. 22, and Monday, Dec. 25, in observance of the Christmas holiday. <
p>In her resignation letter to fellow commissioners and city staff, the 14-year veteran of the Planning Commission noted that the city needed "strong people in all city positions to make the right/fair/ethical decisions that need to be made." <
Musicians demonstrated their skills throughout the night led by enthusiastic longtime teacher and saxophone player, Rich Mowers. "One of my goals is to teach kids to enjoy making genuine music with their instruments and to have fun," Mowers said.