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I find myself poised on the brink of the second to the last big transition in life — retirement. Just as that first day of school, or that trip down the aisle, it signals a step away from something dear and familiar and a leap into something unknown, exciting and a bit scary.
There's nothing like a school referendum or other local hot button issue to bring otherwise docile, home-loving folks out of their comfortable living rooms (or their comfortable states of apathy).
The city of Moose Lake appears to be brimming with economic development activity this spring, and Augustana Mercy Care Center (AMCC) is hoping to jump on the bandwagon.
After a year’s hiatus, Carlton’s Winterfest will be back in full force this weekend — just in time to keep cabin fever at bay.
Moose Lake is moving a whole lot of dirt these days. The dust had barely settled on the city’s newly reconstructed hospital and the McDonald’s restaurant when news came out regarding several new business moves that should have significant economic development implications, primarily for the Highway 73 corridor in the city’s south end.
The winter has been kinder to some of us than others, but in the animal world, the snow and precipitation could make all the difference between surviving and thriving.
The commons area at Wrenshall School was packed to the rafters on Monday night as residents, board members and staff of Wrenshall and Carlton schools got a sneak peek at what could someday be their future.
January, February and March in Minnesota are exactly what drives a lucky few to go south for the winter — and the rest of us into a raging case of Cabin Fever.
Cloquet resident Brent Lunde and his wife thought they'd enjoy a fun night at the University of Minnesota-Duluth (UMD) Bulldog hockey game last Friday. Little did they know that they'd come home $50,000 richer.
A 23-year-old Carlton native, who holds a physician's certification from Colorado stating that marijuana use could help alleviate symptoms of his long-standing issues with irritable bowel syndrome, finds his life is still very much on hold.