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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.

Thomson Township will hold a public hearing for residents to ask questions about the proposed increase in sewer rates.
Fire Chief Jesse Buhs presented his recommendation to end the search for the district administrative director position and instead search internally for an assistant fire chief to carry out the needed duties.
After approving the application for a grant for police body cameras earlier this month, the city is now giving the public the opportunity to submit comments on the project.
The first preliminary budget for the Wrenshall School District shows a $385,000 deficit, but the number could be lower if enrollment trends continue to increase.
During a special committee of the whole meeting, county board members had questions about how inflation could affect the estimated $77 million project.
The second phase of the improvement project on 14th street is scheduled to be underway Monday.
A total of 123 graduates received their degrees during the college's first in-person commencement in two years.
Katie and Jon Beck spoke at the Cloquet Public Library about their "Journey with Lilly," and the process of raising their daughter who has cochlear implants.
The Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment tests showed the continued effects of the pandemic's learning gap on Wrenshall students, officials said.
In order to standardize the public hearing rules across all committees, the Carlton County Board of Commissioners adopted new rules, including that anyone who wishes to speak needs to sign in and comments are limited to four minutes.