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There is one form of vandalism that defies description, and it is perhaps the most pointless, most disrespectful and most despicable of all — cemetery vandalism.
When the filing period for elective positions came to a close in the county last week, there was one post that remained wide open — coroner.
A 17-year-old Cromwell man pleaded guilty to two felony counts of second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon on Monday after being certified as an adult in Carlton County Court.
It was the sort of moment that never grows old — when a prospective pet owner lays eyes on his or her "forever friend" for the very first time.
There was only one race at stake in Tuesday’s general election on the Fond du Lac Reservation this week — District II (Sawyer) representative — with incumbent David Tiessen Jr. edging out challenger Brenda Shabiash by just 14 votes.
You know that the summer festival season is officially underway when Barnum Spring Fever Days rolls around, and this year the action is already heating up.
Just as he does every year, Cloquet resident and retired teacher Don Kronemann ordered three cemetery baskets for the graves of his wife, Helen, and two other ladies who were close family friends.
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As the filing period for Carton County and the city of Cloquet elections came to a close Tuesday night, there were few real surprises, but a number of interesting races are shaping up nonetheless.
Carlton County's Long Term Recovery Manager Drew Digby told commissioners that basically 90-95 percent of repairs incurred from the June 2012 flooding have been completed in the county.