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." <
p>Tatianna Zimmerman was named to the MCAC Volleyball All-Northern Division second team. Zimmerman, a sophomore on the FDLTCC volleyball team, was an outside hitter and previously named Defensive Player of the Week in the MCAC Northern Division during Week Five. She is a graduate of South Ridge High School.
Enbridge is proposing a new oil pipeline that would run through Minnesota, including the headwaters of the Mississippi, Native American ricing lands, the Red River, Lake Superior watersheds, pristine lake country, 192 surface waters and hundreds of wetland acres. We should be concerned.
Property owners in Cloquet, however, should only see an increase of 5.63 percent in the fire district portion of their taxes (or $1.86 on a property valued at $100,000), provided their valuation didn't increase.
Adopt a senior cat. He has a gorgeous gray coat of fur. He is usually pretty mellow and enjoys a nice lap to keep warm. He gets along well with other kitties and would also do great with children.
However, there are 10 local entrants in Cloquet, which means it’s time to hop in the car and drive around in order to do the required field research.
> I think Superintendent Scarbrough should pay the citizens for all the bad decisions he has passed on to the board and it's time for voters to elect new board members. The present board may have gone on to higher education, but I think the common citizen could make better decisions.
What was the school administration thinking to state they would rent space in the old middle school for district offices? It shows poor planning on their part, plus a waste of money since they remodeled Garfield for their administrative use in recent years.
Anna and Nathaniel Schulz of Lowell, Mich., announce the birth of their son, William Ellis Schulz, born at 5:38 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, at Spectrum Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids, Mich. William weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces and was 22 inches long.