She may prefer to be the only cat in your home. She is sweet and very affectionate, loves laps and would do well with children of all ages.
Now is the time to let Carlton School Board members know what the best path forward is for the district. Attend the next school board meeting and speak during the public comment period, send them an email (see carlton.k12.mn.us/boe/people for email addresses), or reach out to them in some other way.
. Both are very cute, tiny black kittens who didn't have the best start to life and would love to be shown what being spoiled is all about!
> For those who are shocked or disappointed, let that feeling sink in for a moment, because this is what would exist every day in a city without a newspaper.
Thumbs down to the "you're either with us or against us" attitude. Life is more complicated than that, and just because we report unflattering yet verified information about the Cloquet Police Department, doesn't mean we're "against" the police department or its officers. And just because someone doesn't think it's a good idea to build a new (or remodeled) school, doesn't mean they're against the students or even education in general.
A big fenced-in area is almost a must because she loves to explore and has lots of energy. She might even be a great hunting dog with the proper training.
But yet those same folks spent more than $100,000 (by the Pine Journal's rough estimate) on the chief's suspension and investigation, and that doesn't include the process for hiring a new police chief. Is that a good expenditure of taxpayer money?
Local runners, big and small, kicked off the long weekend with races on Friday night.
In 2016 Wrenshall School District scored 52.7 percent in math proficiency (a slight improvement over the last few years) while the state average was 59.5 percent. Our reading proficiency for all grades was 50.6 percent (consistently declining over the last several years) compared with 59.9 percent statewide. And our science proficiency was 43.1 percent (very slight improvement) while the state overall was 55 percent. <
We do realize renovations for the South Terrace facility are necessary to proceed with a new building structure and we also stand in support of that. At this time, we are opposing any consolidation plans associated or arising with Wrenshall School District 100 for our American Indian students.