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Hallgren has traveled to many countries in the past eight years through Thrivent Builds Worldwide, including China, Budapest, Portugal and Cape Town, among others. The experiences are transformative for the volunteers. <
No one was injured when a Cloquet kitchen caught fire around midnight Sunday, Nov. 25, according to Cloquet Area Fire Investigator Jason Maki.
Sevilleja said the youth came from all over the United States and from a variety of diverse backgrounds and experiences. Sevilleja is half Native American and half Filipino. The majority of students at her school are of European descent. The event was focused on discussions of concerns and decisions youth make everyday. <
Nora came into the world May 6, 2017, at 5 pounds and 17 inches long. At 9 days old, she had her first heart surgery to make a few temporary fixes until she gained enough weight to have the main surgery. "That night was one of the scariest days of my life," Shawn said. Nora also had her diaphragm repaired and a gastrostomy tube (g-tube) inserted into her stomach to make sure she was getting the nutrition she needed.
According to the Secretary of State website, during the Nov. 6 election, Zmyslony received 1,889 votes, or 49.63 percent, and Mark Thell received 1,905 votes, or 50.05 percent.
"It is important to know that the utilities values are given to the county as an order by the state DOR," Holmes said. To date, four of the eight companies have settled. Carlton County Treasurer Paul Gassert wrote a check to Minnesota Energy Resources Corporation earlier this year for $338,000. The process of appeals took several years. The compounded interest over the years added up to $39,868 for just MERC.
After much back-and-forth discussion over several months, the Carlton County Board of Commissioners has accepted the Carlton County Historical Society's offer to purchase the historic Shaw Memorial Library building in Cloquet.
Cloquet High School's musical performance of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" transports audiences back to 15th-century Paris with a love story complete with colorful costumes and lively dancing.
The Power Lunch Reading Program seeks volunteers to share the joy of reading with children in the Cloquet School District. Volunteers are partnered with first- and second-grade students at Churchill and Washington schools and read with them one hour per week. Power Lunch begins in mid-October and concludes in March. Volunteers each receive a free lunch. Regular weekly readers and substitute readers are needed. For more information, contact 879-3308 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
“Aaniin” is an Ojibwe word used to greet people. The service will be offered to about 1,800 households. It will be available to both band members and non-members living in roughly a 120-square-mile service area.