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"They do not see themselves as victims," Haffield said. "A lot of times, they refer to the trafficker as their boyfriend and they believe he is their boyfriend." She said there was an isolated incident at Cloquet Middle School last year where an older high school student was trying to recruit younger female students for sex trafficking.
"I would get up and walk around and the pain would go away," Neil Mayo said. The pain came and went for a few months. One night in January 2015 the pain did not go away and persisted throughout the work day. Mayo scheduled a doctor appointment and within 30 minutes of leaving received a call back from the doctor. The 33 year old was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer.
The sixth annual Food for Thought fundraiser Thursday, Jan. 17, at Cloquet's Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College drew 300 attendees to sample fare from 18 local vendors.
According to Executive Director and Founder Lyn Sahar, Ruby's Pantry will provide free vouchers for federal workers not receiving a paycheck. Some type of proof such as the most recent pay stub will be required. People should bring their proof when they sign up Wednesday at the Armory and the $20 fee will be waived.
A group of 54 enthusiastic skiers descended on Cloquet last weekend.
Hockey isn't just a game – it's a way of life for some.
This winter's first storm dropped 12.5 inches of snow in Cloquet on Thursday, Dec. 27.
Carlton County has a new attorney for the first time in over a decade.
The 2019 proposed levy increase dropped to 2.98 percent due to a change in the Carlton County employee's health insurance costs.
The money collected from the kettles stays in Carlton County and helps residents with emergency assistance such as energy, rent and gas vouchers, as well as the food shelf. "We understand that things happen. Most people live paycheck to paycheck; they don't have a buffer," Westerberg said.