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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.
Sheldon Thompson faces life in prison if convicted of the deaths of Jackie Defoe, Kevin Shabaiash Jr. and an unborn child.
Trip leaders, camp staff and outdoor enthusiasts find value in a course that deals with what to do when things go wrong in the field.
The second phase of the improvement project on 14th street is scheduled to be underway Monday.

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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.
To submit an event to the community calendar, email news@pinejournal.com.
"What I think is super cool about music is we can all hear the same song and think of different things and feel different emotions," Lea told a class of fourth graders at Churchill Elementary on Tuesday.
Jan Sherman, of Kettle River, aims to be a licensed drug and alcohol counselor.
The 7,600-square-foot facility includes primary family medicine, obstetrics, imaging and radiology, telehealth access, urgent care and a laboratory. Plans for the clinic were announced in August 2019.

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Cloquet’s Pokornowski proves you can excel but it’s not without challenges.
Former News Tribune football player of the year is also gifted at baseball.
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources report for the week of May 2, 2022.

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