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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.
A Cloquet man has been convicted of one felony count of receiving stolen property and sentenced to 15 months in prison. Darrin Robert Olson (also known as Gordon Lee Fairbanks,...
A long-time bookkeeper for Pine Ridge Homes in Cloquet has been granted a stay of imposition and sentenced to five years of supervised probation for writing some $88,000 in unauthorized checks to herself.
I was just fading back to sleep when I heard a heavy thump on the end of our bed, followed by stony silence. I moaned inwardly, knowing full well that the feeding onslaught had begun unusually early that day.
On the heels of the retirement of Sixth District Judge Dale Wolf after 26 years on the bench, Carlton County Court Administrator Judy Isaacson announced she, too, will retire April 30.
Highly successful Olympian and Duluth native Anna Ringsred visited the Barnum fifth-grade class on Wednesday, encouraging students to pursue their dreams and never give up in the face of challenges