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 By Jennie K. Hanson    News    April 9, 2021 

Wright/Cromwell news

There will be a special memorial remembrance for Siiri Peterson at Bethany in Cromwell April 11, at the 10:30 worship service. Coffee and cake will be served in the Fellowship Hall, and all are...

 

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The Farmers Co-op board of directors welcomes Carol Hutar as its newest member. Carol is finishing the term of Birdie Harrington, who recently resigned from the board. The board meetings are at 6...

 

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I am still doing some subbing at Floodwood school and I want everyone to know how great the students are there. You can be very proud of your students, educators and the whole staff for doing a great...

 

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The Tri-Community Food Shelf will once again be participating in the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign. This year's campaign runs through April 11. It is the largest food-and-funds drive in the...

 

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The City of Cromwell will be holding a public meeting to inform the community about the DNR outdoor recreation grant application to improve the Cromwell Pavilion Park. The meeting is set for 5:30...

 

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Congratulations to Glenn and Fran Solomon on being chosen the king and queen at the Cardinal Court/Villa Vista’s recent annual Valentine’s Day celebration. Glenn and Fran are recent residents,...

 

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The residents of the Villa Vista and Cardinal Court got their second Covid vaccine shots last week. Let’s hope this opens things up so the residents can receive more visitors soon. It’s been a...

 

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Cromwell mayor Sharon Zelazny asked me to pass along information about the Highway 210 project. The timeline for the project has changed. Testing in the area last fall revealed the need for some...

 

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I recently found a painting my great uncle Dave Larson did of his wife back in the 1940s, but it has an opaque coating of some kind that has made the painting difficult to enjoy to its best. So, I...

 

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I have received several thank-yous for keeping my readers informed during these past 11 months of the stay-at-home pandemic. It seems that every week when I sit down to type this column, I don’t hav...

 

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Sue Walli Shelerud has retired after 31 years of teaching nursing at Lake Superior College in Duluth. She graduated from the St. Luke’s School of Nursing in 1980. She worked on the surgical unit at...

 

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Wasn't the frost on the trees beautiful on Saturday? I couldn't resist taking a few photos of the white evergreens and the brilliant blue sky. It surely was a winter wonderland. Congratulations to...

 

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Have you ever thought about all the time we waste? Well, I heard a great story about wasting time and what not to do to avoid it. First, try to not wait in line for anything. Plan ahead and you will...

 

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As we come to the end of another year, I am longing for better times in the coming new year. I am also reminded of how much I am missing my closest relatives and friends who have passed away. I’m al...

 

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Our sympathy to the family of Jacob Fredrick Bok, 97, of Meadowlands who passed away Dec. 10. He was born in Holland and at the age of 6 his family moved to a farm in South Dakota. At the age of 10...

 

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The women’s basketball team from the University of Minnesota Duluth stepped off the court to help with a good cause last weekend. The team assisted in collecting toys for the Duluth Salvation Army o...

 

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Congratulations to Katy Hakala on the shot of a lifetime when she recently bagged a huge buck Nov. 14 near their home. Her husband Matt helped her track the deer and she was glad he was there when...

 

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We are saddened to hear of the death of our dear friend Elaine Rose Huhta, 86, longtime Cromwell resident. She passed away Nov. 13, the 64th birthday of her only child, Kevin Hamre. She taught in a...

 

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The lucky winner of this year’s quilt made by the Cromwell Area Cardinal Quilters, a patriotic “Quilt of Valor,” is Glenn Solomon, who now lives at Cardinal Court. Congrats to him, and thanks...

 

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My husband, Bob, came home last week after being gone for six weeks, after a stay in the hospital and five weeks at North Shore Estates in West Duluth. He could hardly wait to get back home, and I...

 

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Important news for Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Wright: The church council decided to hold in-person worship services only on the first Sunday of the month, due to recent low attendance, the...

 

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Sympathy goes to the family of Brian A. Holte, 40, of Anoka, who passed away Oct. 14 at his home. The preliminary autopsy showed that Brian had an enlarged heart. Send condolences to his mother, Judy...

 

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Lisa Donelson, former Cromwell-Wright teacher, author, and former resident of Floodwood will present a program, “Signs of Encouragement,” at the Floodwood Baptist church at 7 p.m. Oct. 17. Many...

 

Wright/Cromwell news

The 2021 Carlton County Historical Society’s barn calendars are available at the Pine Knot News office in Cloquet, Widdes Farm and Feed in Esko, and TJ’s in Mahtowa. You can also call Barb Dahl...

 

Villa Vista/Cardinal Court birthday news

There are lots of birthdays this month at Villa Vista and Cardinal Court in Cromwell. Roy Miller, formerly of Meadowlands, marked his 100th birthday on Oct. 8. He is living at the Cardinal Court and... Full story

 

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