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A Moose Lake man faces charges after breaking in to a residential home and throwing a punch at one of the residents, breaking his jaw.
It was possibly the best-kept secret ever, but when Carlton County Commissioners approved an economic development loan Tuesday in support of a major new retailer in the Esko Light Industrial/Commercial Business Park, the cat was out of the bag.
When Agenda Item XI-7, “Consider approval of a resolution approving a facilities plan,” came up near the end of the Cloquet School Board’s fairly streamlined agenda Monday night, not a word was spoken except a unanimous chorus of “ayes” from the board members in attendance
This year’s battle against the outbreak of the pesky pests has gone from the sketchy guerilla warfare of a couple of weeks ago to full-out “shock and awe.”
Esko resident and real estate business woman Ruth Janke will give new meaning to the words “Come on down!” next Monday.
Cloquet Police reported that last Friday morning they responded to multiple reports of damage to property on Carlton Avenue in Cloquet.
A Cloquet man is facing charges of second-degree assault, terroristic threats and obstructing the legal process after allegedly hitting and punching a man and then going after him with a knife.
When a turbulent storm kicked up in the Knife Lake area of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) last Thursday, Carlton resident Phillip Anderson and his brother Christopher happened to be in the right place at the right time.
The Cloquet Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating the person or persons responsible for two major theft/burglary cases that occurred in the Cloquet area over the weekend.
The woods and trails around our rural family home became dearly familiar to me over those many years — and have remained even more so since I left.