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If someone were to look through a magic looking glass at the city of Carlton 20 years from now, they would likely see a network of scenic outdoor trails meandering through virtually all areas of the city…. a park-like corridor connecting the central area of the city with the Thomson neighborhood to the east and on into Jay Cooke Park…. Thompson Lake Reservoir ringed by a rural trail system to allow hikers and bikers to enjoy its stunning beauty….and the streets of the scenic small town bustling with tourists, outdoor enthusiasts and a population of residents who embrace an active, healthy lifestyle.
The Letters to the Editor columns of our newspaper have been a-sizzle lately with the opinions of readers who are "madder than Hell and not going to take it any longer." They are lacing the editorial page with everything from school referendum debates, to comments on the disrespect of young people these days, to outrage over the rulings of the court system.
It's one thing to be missed, and quite another to be needed.
Carlton County commissioners agreed Tuesday to share a portion of the county’s borrowing capacity with a Moose Lake health care facility.
The measles outbreak that got its start in Disneyland — and has since spread throughout much of the country — has not yet reared its ugly head in Carlton County. But that doesn’t mean it won’t.
The repercussions of a fatal car crash in Cloquet Tuesday morning continued to resound in the hours that followed the tragedy.
As Sunday’s big Bowl game wound to a close, I found I was close to tears. Of course, that shouldn’t come as any real surprise.
Last Saturday’s Carlton Winterfest drew some 150 people, who attended throughout the afternoon and evening events.
The Pine Journal continued its winning tradition at last week’s Minnesota Newspaper Association (MNA) Convention in Bloomington, Minn.
With the Cloquet School District poised on the brink of next week’s referendum vote, and Carlton and Wrenshall in the thick of consolidation talks, the Moose Lake School District finds itself in the enviable position of figuring out just what its new school will look like.