Human remains were found Friday in the ruins of a home that burned the previous night along Minnesota Highway 33 north of Cloquet. It was the second fire fatality in the area on Thursday; one person died in a fire earlier in the day in Hermantown. The Thursday night fire destroyed a home and garage at 3912 Highway 33, the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release. Multiple fire departments responded to reports of the home fully engulfed in flames just after 8 p.m. Thursday.
All in all, the entire field of seven games features numerous college prospects and great northeastern Minnesota high school programs.
A 54-year-old Hermantown man died after his vehicle collided with a pickup truck near Esko on Thursday afternoon. The Carlton County Sheriff’s Office reported that the man was transported via ambulance from the scene on North Cloquet Road East near Ikola Road to Community Memorial Hospital in Cloquet, where he later died. The man’s name wasn’t released Thursday night pending notification of his family.
“Someone who adopted an animal from our shelter thought so much of her experience that she sought out this opportunity to nominate us,” said Parmeter. “That’s as good as it gets!”
“Christmas trees, like yard waste, are banned from landfills in Minnesota. Dispose of your trees properly by bringing them to a conveniently located Treecycling site,” said Karola Dalen, Carlton County resource and recycling coordinator, adding that collected trees can be reused as fuel or mulch.
Only two Cloquet players scored in the girls game: junior center Carmen Foss put up 18 points and speedy sophomore guard Kendra Kelly scored 13, including three 3-point shots. The Lumberjacks girls team ultimately fell to Hermantown 58-31.
While blizzards are not predicted for Carlton County, the National Weather Service office in Duluth has issued a winter storm warning for much of Northeast Minnesota, including Carlton County, St...
Most local polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Voters who are in line by 8 p.m. can vote even if they don’t reach the front of the line until after 8 p.m.
“The conditions were wet but the temperatures were nice so it was very enjoyable weather for runners,” Krohn said. He added that next year’s race will feature a “Lost Forester” race option, and promised more details next summer.
Authorities on Monday released the name of a woman killed in a one-vehicle crash Saturday in Esko. Robin Lee Bergquist, 41, of Saginaw, died in the crash that happened at...