Friends and family members strained to catch sight of the soldiers and patiently watched their bored little tots. Soon cheering and clapping erupted downstairs near the luggage carousel and seconds later the soldiers ran across the airport and up the stairs to their loved ones. After they fell into formation there was a very short official speech and they were released to eager families. Chaos ensued as the crowd cheered and raced towards their loved ones.
The Cloquet Economic Development Authority (EDA) has been looking for ideas to help the city of Cloquet grow by attracting new businesses and would like to see some type of brewery, brew pub or similar business come to town. "It's a draw, they create a destination," Cloquet Community Development Director Holly Hansen explained. "They bring a unique flavor to the city."
/p> "It's been a good ride and I've enjoyed every minute of it," said Fritsinger. "It's been a great home for us and I would like to thank everyone including the council and the community."
A Jan. 8 post on the Esko team's Facebook page noted the following: "As a young team we are always looking for ways to expand our knowledge base. ... Tonight we gathered together to watch some of the live updates and Q&A's from Snow Problem, Robot In 3 Days and Ri3d Indiana. Thank you so much to all of the teams for providing all of us in FRC with such a good way to kick off our season. Your expertise is invaluable!"
D's was a dry cleaning business from 1966-1995 behind the Frank Lloyd Wright gas station. Les Hovis purchased D's Fabric Care in 1990, which included the dry cleaning side of the business. He stopped dry cleaning in 1994 and bought the physical building in 1997.<
In the shadow of a of World War II P-38 fighter plane, people of all ages danced the night away Saturday to music played by the Esko High School jazz band.
The FOA plans to move sometime in April, beginning with the administrative part of the shelter, followed by supplies and finally the animals. While a few people have already volunteered to help with the move, more help is needed. Anybody interested in signing up can visit www.foaonline.org and find the "click here to help" button toward the top of the home page.
A witness allegedly saw Bosto shoot Korby in the head after shooting him three times in the legs and once in the arm, according to the criminal complaint. Korby died in the hospital a short time later and Bosto was picked up walking down a nearby road with the pistol still stuck in the waistband of his pants.
Brian Saaristo considers July 2, 2006 his "alive date" because that's the day the 53-year-old Cloquet native received a second chance at life. On that date in the city of Kirkuk, Iraq, Sergeant Saaristo and four others were riding in a Humvee down a city street with their convoy. The Iraqi skies were black from burning oil wells. The stench filled the air, mixed with the odor of garbage everywhere.
At Tuesday night's regular City Council meeting, Cloquet City Administrator Brian Fritsinger announced that he is resigning from the position effective March 17. He recommended to the council that they consider hiring a consultant such as Labor Relations Associates to help with the search and keep the hiring process on schedule.