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 By Kerry Rodd    Sports    March 12, 2021

Bombers fly past Wrens

The Bombers jumped on the back of Rayna Klejeski to an impressive 50-34 girls basketball win over the Wrens in Wrenshall on Friday night. Barnum sprinted out to a 33-13 halftime lead and continued to... Full story

 
 By Kerry Rodd    Sports    March 12, 2021

Panthers come through in double overtime

One can only imagine how loud the South Ridge gym was by the end of regulation Monday night in an incredibly close game against Barnum. With his team trailing by three points and time winding down, th... Full story

 
 By Kerry Rodd    Sports    March 12, 2021

Cardinals beat Cloquet with last-minute shot

It isn't very often that larger schools play smaller schools in Minnesota high school basketball, but with Covid, things have changed out of necessity. On Thursday night, the Cromwell-Wright girls... Full story

 
 By Kerry Rodd    Sports    March 12, 2021

Lumberjacks tie East, beat Denfeld

After one period in Thursday night's hockey game against Duluth East, Cloquet-Esko-Carlton hockey coach Shea Walters might have thought, "here we go again." But - after falling twice to the... Full story

 
 By Anne Dugan    News    March 12, 2021

Spring in Wrenshall

This month is feeling a lot more like a new year to me than January did. Social media is filled with posts from folks remembering their last public event before lockdown measures swept the country,...

 

Wright/Cromwell news

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...

 
 By Chris Hill    People    March 12, 2021

On Faith: We need to break down the walls of bias

I find myself saddened by a painful change in our community: It is harder to listen to each other and to understand each other. That difficulty then makes it harder for us to care for each other. As... Full story

 
 By Dan Reed    COVID-19    March 12, 2021

Mass vaccinations are rolling in Barnum

It has been a whole year since this plague of Covid-19 first crept into the Northland, and the days of mass vaccination have finally arrived. It is new, and yet not so new to me. I was a product of a... Full story

 

Calling for vaccinations

For two weeks in a row now, Carlton County has put out alerts letting people know there are openings for vaccinations at their weekly vaccine clinics and asking them to call 218-499-6310 to register for an appointment. Public information officer... Full story

 
 By Dan Saletel    News    March 12, 2021

Carlton Homecoming Royals

Carlton High School's 2021 homecoming king Seth Mlodozyniec and queen Jayna LeBrasseur take a stroll around the coronation court during Friday night's homecoming ceremony in Carlton. Enjoy this and... Full story

 

Vaccines available at CMH for more groups

Covid-19 vaccines are now available for the following essential frontline workers at Community Memorial Hospital in Cloquet. You do not need to be a CMH patient to receive the vaccine. That group... Full story

 

Obituaries: Geraldine "Gerry" A. Nynas

Geraldine “Gerry” A. Nynas, 86 of Cloquet, passed away on Saturday, March 13, 2021 at Bayshore Residence and Rehabilitation Center in Duluth. She was proud to have lived longer than any other... Full story

 

Obituaries: Bill Radosevich

Bill Radosevich, 58, of south Minneapolis died at home on March 9, 2021. Bill was a brilliant, funny, kindhearted scientist whose curiosity and intellect guided him through a life of fun, adventure,... Full story

 

Obituaries: Genevieve Lorene Thompson

Entering into Heaven with a marble board, a deck of cards, and dice in her hands, Genevieve Lorene Thompson of Carlton, Minnesota, left this earth on March 14, 2021 at the young age of 90. Greeting... Full story

 

Obituaries: Raymond William Tan

Raymond William Tan, 57, of Esko, died Wednesday, March 10, 2021. He was born in Cloquet, the son of Richard and Ruth Tan. Raymond was a graduate of Esko High School, received a degree in auto... Full story

 

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