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There was not only an elephant in the room at Tuesday’s Carlton County Board meeting, but there were a whole lot of visitors who never said a word about it.
A little creature not quite four inches long could virtually disable much of summer construction and logging activity in Carlton County.
Come next fall, Wrenshall will have an onsite college preparatory program available to juniors and seniors that could put them on track for an associate in arts degree with Lake Superior College by the time they graduate from high school.
It seems as though this long-awaited spring is suddenly bursting forth from all directions — including one that was not nearly so welcome….
When Dr. Vicki Anderson first came to Cloquet, it was like moving back home.
Being the parents of grown children can be challenging these days. Though we no longer worry about grades in school, the reputation of prospective prom dates, drug use or unexpected pregnancies, the toughest challenge is simply being able to get ahold of them.
A new program may change the way the people of Carlton County dispose of residential food waste.
Call it “wintry mix,” “freezing rain,” or “slushy snow,” it’s all pretty much the same.
Sometimes the wheels of justice turn slowly. Sometimes they turn not at all.
You might say a Cloquet man was in the right place at the right time, but unfortunately, the circumstances were life-threatening and terrifyingly real.