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Dylan Sherman

Reporter

Dylan covers the local governments of Cloquet and Carlton County, as well as the Esko and Wrenshall school boards for the Cloquet Pine Journal.

He is a graduate of the University of Missouri's Journalism School. His previous experience includes covering local governments in Columbia, Missouri, and Tomball and Magnolia, Texas. He also worked as a legislative reporting intern in Bismarck, North Dakota.

You can reach him at dsherman@pinejournal.com or 218-723-5258.

A total of 106 residents signed a petition against Loving Earth Memorial Gardens, a new green cemetery located in Blackhoof Township.
The school board set the levy at the maximum amount allowed on Monday.
The county's preliminary levy was approved at $32,286,408 for 2023, an increase of $2 million compared to 2022.
Cindy Bourn, Debra Washenesky and Jack Eudy answered questions about the district's budget and items they felt were hot-button issues. The event Thursday came on the heels of a candidate forum hosted by Education Minnesota Wrenshall in which the incumbents declined to participate.
The approved tax levy for 2023 incorporates the recommended cost allocation between fire and ambulance services in the district.
The Cloquet Police Department will use the grant to cover the salary and benefits for a driving while impaired enforcement officer for one year.
Four candidates vying for seats on the Wrenshall School Board introduced themselves to community members and answered questions at a candidate forum hosted by Education Minnesota Wrenshall Tuesday, Sept. 20.
The 40-year-old man was working at a Northland Construction gravel pit in Industrial Township.
During the open forum portion of the meeting Monday, speakers requested more transparency and action on the district's budget.
Commissioners approved spending up to $5,000 to fund additional mailers to be sent to registered voting households with information about the local option sales tax vote in November.