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It’s been a month now since a new ordinance went into effect banning the use of tobacco products in government buildings or vehicles on the Fond du Lac Reservation. According to Chairwoman Karen Diver, things have been going seamlessly.
For a night at least, it appeared that the Carlton and Wrenshall school districts were throwing down the olive branch and taking steps toward furthering their talks about consolidation. It...
The “For Sale” (and “For Rent”) signs are out there — count ’em, nine or 10 of them, all within a concentrated stretch of a mile or two of Highway...
I understood that it was the way of things, but it always bothered me — from the first time I first saw the photo of a lion dragging down a fleeing zebra in "National Geographic" to the time I discovered the dismembered body of a rabbit out in the woods, with bits of fur flung far and wide across the forest floor.
Lately Washington Elementary students are “haunted by waters,” in the words of well-known author Norman Maclean of “A River Runs Through It” fame.
Two Duluth residents face felony charges in relation to the December burglary of a house on Valley View Drive in Cloquet.
One Cloquet gas and convenience store has closed its doors for good, and an entire chain of them will soon change hands.
Schools in Carlton County have requested the county consider an increase in family school support workers, particularly in the area of children’s mental health.
As our Journal proofreader for four years, John Buytaert taught me more about the English language than I'd learned all through high school and four years of college.
The Carlton and Wrenshall school districts have been trying to mitigate wounds lately that have been administered from a number of different blows: open enrollment, diminishing state aid, increasing state mandates, aging facilities and dwindling numbers, to name just a few.