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A Cloquet man is facing second-degree controlled substance charges after he was found to be in possession of methamphetamines.
Sometimes you have to disconnect from the rest of the world in order to reconnect with yourself.
The few recent days of early spring thaw have given us a taste of what lies ahead — dry roads, melting ice, budding trees and dog poop.
A much-delayed land exchange between the Fond du Lac Band and Carlton County had to go all the way to the President of the United States in order to gain approval.
It’s official — Sixth Judicial Court Judge Dale Wolf will retire next month, signaling the end of an era in Carlton County.
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A plan is in the works to restore wild, free-roaming elk to parts of east-central and Northeastern Minnesota for the first time since they were extirpated from the region 125 years ago.
For the first time since federal courts affirmed the treaty rights of American Indians in Minnesota and Wisconsin in the 1980s, tribal spearing of walleyes may take place on lakes in Northeastern Minnesota.
There’s nothing more humbling than a hospital gown. Not only is it sadly lacking in style points (as well as adequate snaps to protect your you-know-what), but there’s always the little matter of whether to fasten it in the front or the back….
A Cloquet man who fled police in his car and on foot last Tuesday was found to be in possession of methamphetamine.