As someone who retired from the Department of State after 37 years of service, and as a former resident of Cloquet, I am proud to have been a member of the U.S. Foreign Service. However, I'm sometimes surprised at how little is generally known about America's diplomats. We serve at 270 posts around the world, often in hard and sometimes dangerous places, working to protect America's people, interests and values.
The airport in Minneapolis was closed and the Winnipeg Jets of the NHL sat for hours on the tarmac in Duluth. It was also spaghetti feed fundraising day for the Aurora Nights chapter of the Christian Motorcyclists Association. And they were praying.
If "guns don't kill people ..." it stands to reason that they don't save people, either, because, as the National Rifle Association says, they're inanimate objects. > A while back, the NRA said: "Obama is going to take your guns!" It didn't happen, but it sure sold a lot of guns for the NRA's biggest constituents (gun manufacturers).
My name is Chase and I am a 1-year-old Labrador/boxer mix who just arrived all the way from Texas, where I was found sitting beside the road by my lonesome.
> All of the firefighters are teachers of home, vehicle, fire, work and play safety, and in the event of an emergency, firefighters, paramedics and emergency medical technicians.
The flames looked as if they reached the sky, and it roared like thunder. I cannot tell how terrible it looked out on the west side. Mothers with children in their arms all burned together. Car after car all along the road were burned and Moose Lake is under military rule. It is just covered with tents — soldiers guarding everywhere. You have to get a pass to go in and out of town. They caught one man robbing the dead — they held a little trial and took him out and shot him. All we got is what we had on, three cows and one crippled horse. Two horses burned right in the barn.
Moose Lake Area Historical Society Board member Natalie Frohrip's surname was misspelled in the story "Fire rains death, devastation on southern Carlton County" in the April 19 issue of the Pine Journal. We apologize for the error.
I am a 3- to 4-year-old Japanese chin. I am just the happiest little guy who loves to snuggle up on people's laps.
BASEBALL: April 19 – Cloquet 10, Duluth Denfeld 0
Anglers who catch and release northern pike can earn state records through an expansion of a Minnesota Department of Natural Resources record fish program that previously included only lake sturgeon, muskellunge and flathead catfish in the catch-and-release category.