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.
She is 3-5 years old and loves getting attention. She gets along very well with other cats and would do well in a home with other animals.
first Carlton opposes any discussion of consolidation with Wrenshall because they wanted to preserve their identity ...then approaches Cloquet about looking into consolidation? Something stinks here. Time to flush the school boards and actually vote in people actually willing to look at doing what is in the best interest of the students and residents rather than school administrators.
. "He made the commitment to leave high school hockey and further challenge himself for his senior year, and that commitment has quickly paid off.
"Wetland habitat conditions and wild rice lakes are in pretty good shape. Canada goose populations remain high as well, so there's lots of opportunity to hunt geese this fall."
. He is a very sweet, fun loving boy with lots of energy and a friendly disposition. A meet-and-greet with your dog(s) is required before adoption. Children are too much, so he'd need a home that is child free.
All announced candidates running for the DFL endorsement will join us at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, at Fond du Lac Community College. Our own State Representative, Mike Sundin, will moderate the forum.