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Q-and-A with 'The Wayves'

Cloquet High School grads Riley Into and Landon Langenbrunner are aiming to make it big in the music world, but they aren't taking what many consider the traditional route. They aren't playing bars... Full story

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    November 1, 2019

Cloquet district financials in good shape

As a result of making close to $600,000 in cuts this past year and better than expected state aid, the Cloquet school board got some good news Monday following its annual audit. Instead of ending the... Full story

 

Art tour goes on a 'Roundabout'

No matter which exit you take, next week's Roundabout: North Carlton County Art Tour offers a different artistic experience at each of its seven stops: A theater. A museum. Two grand historic homes. A... Full story

 

Runners stake claim on State

Great cross country runners are built. While genetics probably helps, it's the miles and miles of running that really makes the difference. But a little strategy helps as well, first-year Cloquet... Full story

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    November 1, 2019

Ward 3 council primary set for Tuesday

Three candidates — Uriah Wilkinson, Ray Schow and Chris Swanson — are running for the Ward 3 Cloquet city council seat vacated by Dakota Koski in July when he moved out of his ward. The special primary election for Cloquet Ward 3 councilor is Tue... Full story

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    October 25, 2019

Shooting shocks funeral gatherers

The man allegedly responsible for the shooting Friday that shut down many of the buildings at the heart of the Fond du Lac Reservation was charged in Sixth District Carlton County Court Monday....

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    October 25, 2019

The 'Haunted' show goes on

Not many nonprofit organizations would boast about making people pee their pants. Then again, the folks at the Haunted Shack are not your typical community volunteers - they're in the business of... Full story

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    October 25, 2019

Art meets the realities of life

In a bit of fortuitous timing, the Fond du Lac Head Start building got the gift of communal art right after it was the center of a dramatic shooting incident last week. Artist Karen Savage-Blue had...

 

Area runners on a race toward State meet

It's been a banner year so far for many Carlton County cross country runners, and it's all coming down to the line this week at the Cloquet Country Club. The Section 7 cross country meet will take...

 

Esko mourns loss of athlete Jackson Pfister

When Esko football player Jackson Pfister collapsed during a varsity game last week and died of heart failure, it shocked and saddened people across the school district, the township, nearby towns... Full story

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    October 18, 2019

Walkers remember loved ones who died by suicide

Last Saturday morning marked the fourth time in five years that the Borske family — mom Samantha, daughters Dallas, Makayla and Alexis — and their friends and family made their way to Carlton for... Full story

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    October 18, 2019

Man shoots another at funeral, others grab him until police arrive

A shooting during a funeral in the Fond du Lac reservation community center gymnasium today left one victim with a gunshot wound to the head and the suspect in custody. Immediately after the shooting... Full story

 

Catch the "Music Circus" at the Chief

The second floor of Cloquet’s historic Chief Theatre is marking its grand opening with lots of music and good clean fun as the “Music Circus” tour comes to town. In keeping with the... Full story

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    October 18, 2019

Cloquet school district seeks input to plan for the future

Cloquet school district officials want you. Or rather, they want your opinion and input on a new strategic plan for the school district, in exchange for a light dinner and the promise of continuing to educate our young people. Superintendent Michael...

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    October 11, 2019

Making ice in aging 'Barn' challenging, expensive

News that the ice plant in “The Barn” — the city’s oldest hockey arena — had leaked as much as 5,000 pounds of R-22 refrigerant came as a shock to Cloquet city officials earlier this month....

 

Suicide Awareness Walk is Saturday in Carlton

How does a friend, a loved one, a co-worker or a classmate cope in the aftermath of a completed suicide? Jo Angell says that going on a walk — specifically, the annual Suicide Awareness Memorial... Full story

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    October 11, 2019

Updated: Esko student athlete dies after cardiac event during football game

Esko High School sophomore Jackson Pfister died Friday following a cardiac event that occurred during Friday’s varsity football game. According to a message sent out electronically to Esko school district families from school administration on... Full story

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    October 4, 2019

Former middle school is transformed

The Dusty Boots Tour of Cloquet's newest affordable apartments was as much a walk down memory lane as it was an apartment showing. Carlie and Jim Nynas recalled their courtship in high school, when... Full story

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    October 4, 2019

It was a real zoo down at the pet chip clinic

Cloquet's Dunlap Island was Pet Central Saturday, when the Cloquet police department and Carlton County sheriff's office teamed up with Northern Lakes Rescue to offer a free microchipping clinic for...

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    October 4, 2019

Technology has passed by Thomson Township laws

A lot of things have changed since 1999, the last time Thomson Township approved a comprehensive plan, and technology and the internet is at the top of the list. There were no iPhones — they...

 

City changes public comment rule

Starting with the next Cloquet city council meeting on Oct. 15, residents will be heard before the council conducts its business, rather than at the end of the meeting after all the votes have been...

 

i'll take a frosty mug

Remember when what is now the Family Tradition Restaurant was an A&W, complete with frosty mugs and waitresses on roller skates? This photo of the old A&W on Highway 33 North was taken in 1969 ...

 

Cloquet's health care twins make merger official

Community Memorial Hospital and Raiter Clinic are joining forces, with the goal of keeping independent local health care thriving in the Cloquet area. The merger came as a surprise for many, some who... Full story

 

Board expects minimal school tax bump

The Cloquet school board approved its preliminary tax levy increase to a maximum of 0.2 percent over last year’s levy during Monday’s meeting. However, unless something changes at the state level...

 

Legislators tour prime areas for bonding

Two buses filled with state legislators wound their way through the Northland earlier this month. Members of the House Capital Investment Committee visited Carlton first on Sept. 17, then continued...

 

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