Even after he retired, Yetka continued his legal work, sitting on the bench each Friday at Carlton County Sixth District Court handling hearings on forfeitures, conciliations and other "junk," as he called it. He wanted to keep his mind sharp, and relieve the other judges of some of their caseloads.
Jeff has proven to me and other members of the Cloquet City Council that he deserves this.
Anyone who is concerned about the direction they are heading needs to show up there en force. Each resident will be allowed to speak, but your time will be limited. If you are concerned about this board not following the directive of the taxpayers, this is your last chance. Bring signs or just show up, not everyone will be able to present.
These levies can occur without voter approval under use categories such as "health and safety" and "abatement." Now that the Aug. 8 $26 million referendum failed, the majority of the school board will likely seek to take some this money from the taxpayers forcibly. None of this funding goes to academics, athletics or curriculum. Strictly facilities.
Drew is a 15-week-old female terrier who was rescued from Texas with her three siblings.
. Nearly 5,000 U.S. locations will be collecting gift-filled shoeboxes for children in need around the world. During the project's national collection week, Nov. 13-20, Carlton County residents will transform empty shoeboxes into gifts of hope filled with school supplies, hygiene items and toys.
Mary Lukkarila is passionate about the library and the many ways it serves the public. She worked hard to raise awareness in the community about the many contributions libraries make to society, and in particular, how the Cloquet Public Library has been important to the growth, prosperity, and social life of the community dating back to its early lumbering days.
But recent discoveries in the field of positive psychology have shown that this formula is actually backward: Happiness fuels success, not the other way around." We are in a position to facilitate change with the influence of millennials and make a shift from "bleeding red" with the high turnover rates to a more sustainable level by addressing the field's current culture. <
p>Regarding taxes, I have seen claims that our "voter-approved levies" have dropped slightly. This is true; however, the writer failed to mention that the "other local levies," which includes the levies our school board can set, have gone up significantly — way more than doubling in the last four years and have now surpassed what I pay for voter-approved levies.
Five age group records were broken. "We didn't have rain during the race in the first 11 years we have been holding the Pumpkin Run & Walk," said Tom Urbanski, director of public information at FDLTCC and race director. "I guess we were overdue to have less-than-perfect weather, but it didn't seem to bother our race participants. Conditions were great for racing." <