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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.
A Cloquet man with previous felony convictions was sentenced in Carlton County Court last Wednesday for illegally possessing a firearm.
If anyone would have told Cloquet native Elizabeth “Biz” Harmala (now Robbins) that she’d one day be teaching school aboard a floating logging camp in Ketchikan, Alaska, she would probably have laughed, thinking it the furthest thing from her protected Midwest upbringing.
A Cloquet man whose case has been pending for two and a half years pleaded guilty on Monday to one felony count of possession of pictorial representation of minors. Five other counts on the same charge were dismissed as part of a plea agreement.
Sigrid Arnott, surveying Jay Cooke State Park for what she calls "cultural resources" on a contract with the Minnesota Department of Transportation, found a stretch of trail used centuries ago by fur traders traveling between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River on what was known as the Northwest Trail.
Lately, my husband has been complaining about "dishpan hands."
A Fridley man charged with selling meth from a room at Black Bear Casino Resort, and then re-offending while out on bail, failed to appear for a scheduled court hearing in Carlton County on Tuesday and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.
A resident of the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) has been sentenced to prison after stabbing a fellow MSOP client in the neck.
The flu virus rears its ugly head around this time every year, and this winter is no exception in Carlton County. In fact, it could be even a little worse than usual.
The ambient glow of the streetlights outside the window and the bluish-green cast emanating from some glow-in-the-dark figure across the room (which looked a little like Darth Vadar) reminded me that my husband and I were sleeping in our grandson’s room.