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Why internships are important

Internships have become increasingly important and sought after in the last decade or so. At universities, most majors require them to graduate. They offer hands-on experience in their field of... Full story


School supply drive at Northern Lights

Northern Lights Community Action is holding a Back to School supply drive through Aug. 13. Needed items include pencils, paper, backpacks, calculators, rulers, pens, staplers, tape, glue, colored... Full story


Call for submissions: Bringing Joy

United States Poet Laureate Joy Harjo will visit the Northland Oct. 18, 2021. Through a grant from the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council, the Bringing Joy Committee will create an e-book dedicated to... Full story

 By Pine Knot News    News    August 6, 2021

Unemployed in 2021? Get low-cost insurance

Minnesotans who received unemployment income at any time in 2021 now have access to extremely low-cost health insurance through MNsure. The new benefits were implemented as part of the American Rescue Plan legislation enacted earlier this year. New... Full story


Carlton County DFL activists honored by state DFL

I always marvel over the magic of potluck dinners. Without comparing notes, everyone brings a homemade dish and, abracadabra, there's a variety of tasty foods representing the main food groups,... Full story


Wright/Cromwell News

The Carlton County Fair is fast approaching and I am looking for volunteers to work at the Little Red School Aug. 19-22 Please call me at 808-366-6582 or 218-357-2385 if you can spare a couple of...


Scientist look for clues to Lake Superior algae blooms

Three weekends ago, Cody Sheik was at a friend's wedding on Duluth's Park Point, sipping champagne on the Lake Superior beach, when he spotted something unusual in the normally crystal clear water....  Website

 By Ruth Reeves    Outdoors    August 6, 2021

Nature's Path: Plan to stay safe in and around water

Soapbox please. I am about to preach my annual sermon on water safety. Thousands of times, I have gushed with pride while spouting off about the abundance of water recreation that our great state...

 By MinnPOST    News    August 6, 2021

Are extreme summers the new normal in Minnesota?

By Yasmine Askari / MinnPost Minnesotans are just now emerging from a week that some have described as "apocalyptic." When northern winds brought in gray skies full of pollution from Canadian...  Website


Letter: Thomson Township Comp plan imperfect

I strongly encourage all community members to attend the Thomson Township public comment meeting on the proposed comprehensive plan 6-8 p.m. Monday, Aug. 9. This plan will affect residents for the next 20 years. The public comment session will be... Full story


Republicans to hold Veterans Appreciation day Thursday

The Carlton County Republicans are holding a Veterans Appreciation Day from 5-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 12 at Veterans Park in Cloquet. A homeless veterans advocate will be there. Call Tony Sheda for more information at 218-384-4734. The date for... Full story

 By Jana Peterson    News    August 6, 2021

At least one dead after car plunges into river

At least one person died after a vehicle went off an Interstate 35 bridge near Scanlon and ended up in the St. Louis River. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, the crash happened at 12:03 p.m.... Full story


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