Articles written by Lydia Stone

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 By Lydia Stone    News    August 5, 2022

Pep squad brings 'cheer' back to Cloquet

With new cheers, routines, and coaches, the Cloquet High School pep squad is ready to change the face and atmosphere of Cloquet spirit this coming season. Spinning off of the longstanding dance line,... Full story

 By Lydia Stone    News    February 25, 2022

A day in the life of Cloquet Ripsaw robotics

Build Season - a defined period of time, typically 6-8 weeks, between Kickoff and Competition that sparks excitement, fear, and urgency to all FIRST Robotics team members. Will we have enough time?... Full story


It's the highpoints he's after

Over the last year and a half, 2021 Cloquet grad Josh Sanders has discovered a new and unique hobby. With time on his hands due to distance learning during the pandemic, the athletic Sanders began... Full story

 By Lydia Stone    People    August 27, 2021

Students share thoughts on school days

Pine Knot News intern Lydia Stone spent last week asking fellow Cloquet schools attendees to share their thoughts on going back to the classroom in September. Here are their responses. “Online schoo... Full story

 By Lydia Stone    People    August 27, 2021

Going back to school takes the shape of a W

Going through high school while online learning was a big change, but the biggest change for me last year was not having any of my normal extracurricular activities. Almost everything I participated... Full story

 By Lydia Stone    News    August 6, 2021

Interns get a taste of the real world

Almost every morning for 10 weeks, college student Emma Waugh has risen out of bed and logged onto her computer in her Cloquet bedroom to start work on a project for NASA. With specialized computer... Full story

 By Lydia Stone    People    August 6, 2021

Neighbors build community with National Night Out

Upon arrival at the gathering on Cloquet's White Pine Drive, laughter and conversations echo down the block. Children jump in a bouncy house while firefighters attentively give tours of the giant...


Festivals roll on during freedom summer

Although August is just around the corner, the summer festival season isn't slowing down. Carlton County will be bustling with activity for the next week-and-a-half with Esko Fun Days, the Honey Bee...


Summer fun... right here at home

Whether you're looking for a way to while away an afternoon or plan an entire week's worth of activities - staycation style - there's plenty to do in Carlton County. Now that summer has taken hold,... Full story

 By Lydia Stone    People    July 9, 2021

From Carlton County to world's forests

After 42 countries, one bear fight, and two attempted coups d'etat, Cloquet resident Roy Hagen has a resume to make any forester jealous. He has spent the majority of his forestry career in Africa... Full story


The Big Question

Pine Knot News reporter Lydia Stone hit the sand at Cloquet's Pinehurst Beach to ask people's opinions on the new beach rule - all children age 12 and under are required to wear a lifejacket while in... Full story

 By Lydia Stone    Sports    June 25, 2021

Finding silver linings after crushing injury

Ilei Benson was sprinting down a soccer field this spring, headed toward the goal. Then she felt a painful pop. Her knee hyperextended. It buckled beneath her. "Then I'm on the ground," Benson said.... Full story

 By Lydia Stone    Sports    June 18, 2021

It's a trifecta sweep for Jameson

Although most athletes hope to make it to the Minnesota track and field state tournament in just one event, Olivia Jameson managed to earn a spot in three during last week's girls Section 7AA... Full story


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