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I now know all the words to “Let it Go,” the infectious theme song from “Frozen.” They stick in my mind by day and haunt my dreams by night.
An Aug. 12 primary will be held for partisan races where more than one person has filed, or for non-partisan races where more than two people filed for one position.
Next Tuesday, July 29, marks the opening of filing for Carlton County’s municipal and school district elections for which a primary is not necessary.
The Fond du Lac Reservation and the Minnesota Department of Health are working together to discover the source of a suspected E.coli outbreak that may have affected up to two dozen people.
The action will be nearly non-stop this weekend as the busy little city of Carlton tackles an ambitious agenda of fun with its annual Carlton Daze celebration.
The Cromwell United Methodist Church is pleased to announce its worship leaders for August. Richard Gist will lead on Aug. 3; Dave Nelson will be there on Aug 10; Richard...
The city of Cloquet is in the midst of significant change right now.
I was just putting away the breakfast things when 4-year-old Maia came walking down the stairs. She was garbed in a bright, pink “princess dress,” tiara and heels from the dress-up box I’d put together for the girls, and she was wearing a full complement of eyeshadow and blush.
Steve Stracek, Cloquet’s newly appointed chief of police, said applying for the high profile position “seemed like a logical step in my career.”
Early on in life, Cloquet native Teri (Smith) Pleinis learned to tackle challenges head on.