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Rumors about dwindling wood supplies at area paper mills have been circulating throughout the region lately. Locally, all eyes are on Sappi's Cloquet mill.
It was all about the dogs at last Wednesday’s Beastie Bash at Black Bear Casino Resort.
County Transportation Director Mike Tardy proposed a solution to help fix the county's roads at Monday's meeting of the Carlton County Board.
Tuesday marked the 100th birthday of World War II veteran Arvid Carlson — fittingly enough, on Veterans Day.
Frank Bingham, 61, of Brainerd discovered the hard way just how helpful strangers can be.
For some, last week’s general election is already a fading memory. But for others, it remains an unfinished chapter.
Principal Billie Jo Steen graduated from Moose Lake High School in 1992. Now, her children go to Moose Lake schools as well. Steen has been around during all five of the District's failed referendums, so she knew what was at stake during yesterday's sixth referendum vote — the second within the past year.
It appeared that Enbridge faced yet another setback last week when the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission denied a motion by the North Dakota Pipeline Co. (NDPC), to reconsider an order to review one of several alternate pipeline routes for the company's proposed Sandpiper Pipeline.
Most years it’s a bittersweet time when the loons depart from our lake to head south for the winter. This year, I’m praying for it.
A couple of weeks ago, the Carlton School Board voted 6-0 in favor of hiring a consultant to lay out a plan for a potential merger between the Carlton and Wrenshall school districts. A week later, the Wrenshall School Board threw something of a curveball.